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    2. Shakespeare's English is very different to modern English, high school students study his plays and have difficulty understanding them too. In these lines, Shakespeare is basically saying love is better than a summer's day. This website is good if you're interested in understanding Shakespeare: https://www.sparknotes.com/nofear/shakespeare/sonnets/sonnet_18/

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    2. Korea has temperate climates during the fall time.

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    2. 'What is the temperature today?' would probably be better

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    2. "The wife hoped that her husband was drinking in moderation." Or "The wife hoped that her husband wasn't drinking excessively."

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    2. "So The Eden project consists of 2 giant greenhouses shaped like grapefruit halves, and outdoor area." - 1. If this is the beginning of an explanation, you can just say "The Eden Project...", starting with "so" in what seems to be a formal piece of writing feels unnatural. 2. The capitalisation of words suggests that your topic is on "The Eden". If it is on "The Eden Project", then Project will need to be capitalised as well (ignore if this is not the case :) ). 3. If this is a formal piece of writing, I would avoid using numbers like 2 or 3. If it is a small amount, just use the words themselves (two, three, ten). 4. Is there any reason that the greenhouses are shaped like 'grapefruit halves' as opposed to domes? 5. The comma in "grapefruit halves, and outdoor area" is unnecessary, and it would be "an outdoor area". "These are called biomes." - I think it would be better to link this into your first sentence instead of it being on its own "They recreate the natural environments of 3 differents climates found around the world : The Humid tropical biome who recreates the natural environment of the world’s hottest region like jungles of South America or Africa." 1. "three different climates" 2. No need to capitalise "the" or "humid" unless it's the title of the biome, in which case capitalise all the words in the title of the biome 3. "tropical biome recreates" is fine, "who" is for people 4. If S. America / Africa can be the hottest region, then it will be "world's hottest regions" 5. Try to link the biome list into one sentence if you are going to use a colon, otherwise it looks like you are going to list many things, but you end it at one "We have also The warm Temperate Biome where you can travel to California or South Africa". 1. "We also have" 2. Capitalisation of the biomes "Finally we have the roofless Biome, an open outdoor area with plants from the temperate Cornwall area." 1. Capitalisation of "roofless biome" 2. Personally I would use 'temperate' for areas with more tropical weather, I don't think anyone would describe any part of the UK as temperate :l "It tells the story of plants that have changed the world and which could change your future." 1. Is 'it' the roofless biome, or the Eden Project? 2. "changed the world, and (that) could..." "The ecological ideas are a very important aspect of the project." 1. What ecological ideas? "In addition to the environment programmes, many activities are undertaken in the project area in order to make it function in accordance with sustainable development principles." 1. Are the environment programmes the Eden Project? If I were to attempt to rewrite it... "The Eden Project consists of three biomes; two giant dome greenhouses and an outdoor area. The biomes recreate the natural environments of three climates from around the world. Firstly, the humid Tropical Biome recreates the environments found in the world's hottest regions such as the jungles of South America or Africa. Next, the warm Temperate Biome will replicate California or South Africa. Finally, the Roofless Biome - an open, outdoor area with plants from temperate areas, telling the story of plants that have changed the world and could change the future. The ecological themes are a very important aspect of the project. In addition to the environment programmes, several activities are undertaken in the project area so it can exist in accordance with sustainable development principles." Your piece was written very well, and I enjoyed reading it :).There was the occasional inconsistency with capitalisation, or certain words going missing/being swapped around, but it was still very good. :)

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