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    2. Just in time.

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    2. It is better to have broad knowledge of many academic subjects than to specialize in one specific subject. Use specific reasons and examples to support your answers I AGREE that is better to have specific knowledge in one specific area than IN A wide range of academic subjeCts. An example of this is when someone masters a technical field. This person would become extremely valuable when his college EDUCATION ends and he will PROBABLY not have to deal WITH harsh situations SUCH as unemployment. Also, IT IS ANNOYING when somebody SUPPOSEDLY knows about so many things: OFTEN he or she ACTUALLY knowS nothing. This happens because in order to become an expert we NEED TO focus ON only one thing at A time. TRYING to learn about many subjects at the same time only ALLOWS US TO absorb a few concepts. Another issue to consider is that many people claim broad knowledge of several topics but when they are required to apply this knowledge on real life, these people perform poorly. But the opposite also happens: if someone who has spent more than half of his career mastering A single topic, when the time COMES to show what he has learned, the work gets done in time and pretty easily. That is the main reason why specialists EARN BIGGER salaries than LESS qualified people. There is an author called Robert Greene who writes self-help books and says that we should find our path to mastery in only one field and this is only possible by exploring different activities. I mention this because ONE TIME WHEN the statements given above MAY NOT APPLY is when a person is IN the first semester of his college education and has OPTIONS OPEN TO HIM. It MAY BE desirable that the student take classes IN areas that are not related to his field of study. For example, let's say that the person studies engineering. HE or she should take acting or poetry courses with the purpose of finding his or her real vocation. -- Desafortundamente mi respuesta es una mezcla de correciónes y mejorias de estilo, pero, espero que se haya ayudado ;) Su párrafo es muy complicado (en una manera positiva) y un nivel muy muy alto. Es obvio que ha estudiado inglés mucho ;)

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    2. porque, normalmente cuando se usa el verbo DEJAR de (otro verbo), el ultimo verbo terminará con -ING. Otro ejemplo: Dejé de llorar hace 10 minutos. I stopped crying 10 minutes ago.

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    2. Is this correct?. Thanks guys - Hello. Excuse me Officer - Good evening. (We do not use good night as a greeting). What is wrong? (Since you are talking to an officer, ‘guys’ would be too informal) - Could you tell us where the cinema is? - Sure. The cinema is in the Shopping center - Great!… and how can we get there? - Just go straight ahead on this street, on the corner you’ll see the gas station, just cross the avenue and you will see the shopping center - Great. (That’s cool would imply that what the officer just told you is very interesting) Thanks Officer - No worries, when you arrive, just go up the escalators . [The cinema is to te bottom, I think on the third floor] This doesn’t quite make sense cause if you are going up the escalators, the cinema would be on the top. - This is so helpful. Thanks again Officer - No problem guys. Goodnight

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