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    2. Got it. He could also be talking about utilizing you. I hope this helps you understand. :)

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    2. @Ri-na I don't know what a two hour meter is. A meter is a device that measures something. So, they will change the 2 hour meters to give customers 3 hour meters. These will be more useful to customers. Three hour meters are better for customers.

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    2. "Harness" is a verb, while "utilization" is a noun. Examples of both in sentences are: "I will harness all of my power." "His utilization of his power is extraordinary." If you were to change "utilization" to "utilize", it would mean the same as "harness" (in this context, at least). Don't worry too much though, this is rarely used in daily life. Hope this helps!

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    2. So far the PCR kit can only be applied to the XXXX test in our case, which means low utilization and high cost. You were close.

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    2. 1. "Mi" should be "my" 2. Saying "I agree entirely" after the phrase "in my opinion" is unnecessary repetition. Instead you should go straight to your argument. "In my opinion, playing video games is a waste of time.." 3. "Should not be permitted to play them for several reasons" 4. "We do not yet know the possible side effects that these kinds of things (or this kind of thing" 5. It would sound better if instead of saying "ADHD because of playing video games" you stated the reason why it's a possibility. Ex. "Because of the ... which is caused by excessive gaming" 6. "We also must take into account that many of these games on sale" 7. Try to avoid starting your sentences with "so" 8. "Especially if they are too young" 9. "Let's just remember" is grammatically correct but it would sound more formal if you said something like "it is important to remember" 10. "In the pursuit of" 11. "One thousand aliens, employing" 13. "Why would they not take on similar attitudes" 14. "Another thing that could be a subject of worry" 15. "Abilities to socialize with their peers and the discontinuation of doing activities that..." 16. "Previous generations did" 17. Avoid starting sentences with "and" 18. "Diseases" 19. "Population" 20. "Suffer from mental health issues" 22. "Becomes more and more" 23. "Side effects" there is no need for the word "of" 24. "We must never forget". Avoid starting sentences with "so" Good luck!

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    2. please change difficult words in this text on more simple synonyms and grammer What are the differences between well developed and less developed countries? -The first economic category is developed nations, which can generally be categorized as countries that are more industrialized and have higher per capital income levels. In addition to having high per capita income and to stable population growth rates, developed nations are also characterized by their use of resources. In developed countries, people consume large amounts of natural resources per person and are estimated to consume almost 88% of the world's resources. The second economic category is developing nations, which is a broad term that includes countries that are less industrialized and have less per capita income levels. The countries which are independent and properous are known as Developed countries. The countries which are facing the beginning of industrialization are called Developing countries. In developed countries the literacy rate is high, but in the developing countries ill-literacy rate is high. Developed countries have good infrastructure and a better environment, in terms of health and safety, that are absent in developing countries. Developed countries generate revenue from the industrial sector. conversely, Developing countries generate revenue from the service sector. In developed countries, the standard of living of people is high, which is moderate in Developing countries. Resources are effectively and efficiently utilized in Developed countries. On the other hand proper utilization of resources is not done in Developing countries. In Developed countries, the birth rate and death rate are low, whereas in Developing countries both of the rates are high.

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