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    2. This is similar to saying "recommended commentator." Someone has said it would be a good idea for this person to be a commentator.

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    2. Propose = Suggest (“I propose we do this,” more often used in a business/formal setting) Present = Show (“I’m going to present this gourmet food,” a neutral statement that does not usually suggest or imply anything on its own) This was for the present tense, but you can definitely still apply it to the past tense (presented, proposed).

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    2. the only unnatural parts in my opinion were "Golf course and park cover a large area" it should be "A golf course and a park cover a large area" also "western bank of the river, and is in short distance from" should be "western bank of the river and is only a short distance from the" if I was being really picky "and removed from most city areas" should say "and is removed from most city areas" :)

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    2. Firstly, please understand, your English is very good and on the whole each sentence is entirely correct however at your level of English you are not just trying to speak in English but communicate and in this case convince someone. Simply, you want them to get rid of the modern art space or exhibit. You want to sound smooth and to the point; you want the person who reads this to say “Quick! get rid of that modern art exhibit now”. This passage as a whole sounds clunky, heavy. As a result it becomes confusing to understand and why it's happening. When I read this I am more confused by the way it is written than the English. It sounds like a native English 14-year-old is writing a school project. You mention the word “plan” in various forms too many times, and you get current and proposed mixed up sometimes. I have redone the section with the grammar changes in "parenthesis". I include my explanations in brackets of why I have changed some things. I recommend you copy this into word and delete the sections in brackets so you can read it through more easily. The second passage is a change in style of writing, there are bits in this which you need to add detail (theses are in brackets). First Passage: The “two” diagrams illustrate the layout transformation of “the ground” (I think is what you mean) floor “of the” (this is because you are talking about a specific museum not any museum) museum, between “the” current plan and proposed plan. It can be clearly seen that the “entrance” which was located “on” Patterson Street in the proposed plan has been changed “to be on” Spring Street in the current plan (in front of would be understood but it doesn't quite make sense, we would use on). Firstly, the most noticeable point is that Modern art which was planned to be placed to the left of toilets is cancelled in the current plan “because of” this change, there “is” more “floor space”. Another noticeable “change” is that places of several “exhibits” (works implies a several pieces of artwork, not necessarily related. You are talking about a group which are related “exhibits” would be more commonly used) are changed. The works related to Gemstones were planned to be next to “the” Design works' place in “the” proposed plan “but” (you shouldn’t generaly place a joining word (but or however) after a full stop) in the current plan, the place of them is planned to be farther from the Design works' place. Although Craft works were planned to be placed in front of the spring street in the proposal plan, they are planned to be next to Design works. The place of store room is also changed. In the proposal plan, the room was placed next to stairs “however”, the place is planned to be used for Marine life works, instead of that store room is planned to be placed between Craft and Gemstones in the current plan. The formation of Lifts has a little change in order to secure the walk way. To sum up, in the “proposed” plan there “is” more space than in “current” plan by changing the layout and “removing” (demolishing sounds like you will blown it up, it’s a little strong and sounds odd) the Modern art space. Second Passage: The proposed plan aims to (Now say the key reason only why the plan helps them e.g. “improve visitor numbers to the museum” this needs to be short and to the point). This can be achieved by moving the entrance and increasing the amount of floor space. To do this we will remove the Modern Art exhibit. The two layouts, current and proposed, illustrate the transformation created by the increased floor space of the museum. As you can see, the entrance now opens onto Springer Street this (again say what is better e.g. “improves peoples access to the museum as Springer Street is a main road with more foot fall). The Crafts section is much better placed next to the Design exhibit as (again say what is better, why do you think crafts should be next to design?). As Crafts and Gemstones (tell them why placing the stores between them is better e.g. "are not related we will take advantage of this and place the stores inbetween them". In summary, changing the layout we free up space. By doing this we will make the museum more open, it will feel more comfortable for people to wander through the exhibits which will now be more related to each other. This will improve how our space is experienced, and in turn improve the number of people who want to come. (The last two sentances were a complete ad lib, you need to realy explain all the advantages and why people should do what you want) Comments: In your original article, you tell them what is happening in the diagram, this is what the diagram is for! What you need to do is tell them why the new diagram is better, because the diagram can’t do that only you can. Please understand, your english is very good but what I don't want is that people don't understand you not becuase of the english but becuase of how you write. That would be a real shame. I hope this helps, if you don't understand something please tell me.

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    2. “Proposed” is the past tense for the verb “propose”. This sentence means that the documents are summarizing changes that have been proposed

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    2. It means that it “irritated” or “annoyed” the people who advocated for the deal of the helipad.

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    2. The grammar is slightly wrong. It should say "nowhere near enough votes to override" or "nowhere near the votes needed to override."

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