Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Tract"

  • The meaning of "Tract" in various phrases and sentences

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    2. A large area of land

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    2. I think that is an expanse or area of land, water, etc.; region; stretch.

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    2. It is a house that is one of many similar houses built on an area of land.

  • Example sentences using "Tract"

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    2. Tract is mostly used as "digestive tract", just meaning a large expanse of something, like your stomach, small intestine, and large intestine are long when spread out.

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    2. They're very similar but a booklet tends to be larger and contain more detail whereas a brochure and pamphlet are usually smaller and contain more condensed information

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    2. the tract is something that transports things, so the for example the digestive tract transports food and the respiratory tract transports air to the lungs. Organs are parts with specific roles, for example heart, liver, lungs, kidneys are all organs.

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    2. ...extremely dangerous state. It is presumed that she was unconscious when...

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    2. 1 language mistake = an F?? 😧 Sounds pretty harsh. Here you go: There is no student who has been ill and has never had to decide about going to school the next day. If this happens to occur on a day with an English lesson, then you will not be present because of your condition. This has both pros and cons. The biggest advantage is that you will not have to do silly homework as punishment. This type of homework is a waste of time, and you are not going to learn anything from it in this way. Another benefit is your presence. You do not have to catch up on lessons, or get an excuse from a doctor. Thirdly, you will get to spend time with your teacher. It can sometimes be more beneficial and effective to be taught, rather than learn by yourself. Now, I will take the disadvantages into account. Firstly, your condition may get worse. Plenty of illnesses, especially inflammation of the urinary tract, is something that should not be ignored, because it can easily lead to further complications. Secondly, if you are able to learn, it is better for you to stay at home where contact with other people is limited and you have better studying conditions. Finally, imagine if you were to be having a test the next day. If you’re sick, you wouldn’t be able to do as well on that test, and therefore it wouldn’t be worth it to come if you’d only be distracted by your illness. In other words, you would get worse marks, but not because it’s your fault. To sum it all up, there are numerous benefits and drawbacks. In my opinion, everybody should answer honestly to themselves in terms of what would be more profitable in their own situation- especially when we are adults and protected by 47 Article of The RP’s Constitution. Best of luck to you! 😄

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