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Can I use multiple questions in a row to make a statement in a compare/contrast essay


danyele59 1 / -  
May 26, 2012   #1
For example...A person may ask, how do I know if I will like it? Will it make someone jealous? Will it make me happy? Is there a better way to write this?

Also how could I ask "Will it make me happy" in 3rd person?

Thanks,
Danielle

BaileyLeong - / 4  
May 29, 2012   #2
a better way you could write this would be:
"How do I know if I will like it? It might make someone jealous, but will it really make me happy?"

(after writing that,I'm not sure it really makes sense, but whatever, I hope it helps)

in third person, you would have to include the person's name (for example purposes, let's use the name "Sarah")
something like "Will it make Sarah happy?"

I hope I've helped you :)
inform 8 / 21  
May 30, 2012   #3
A series of questions might be confusing to the reader. So converting to a single sentence will make it easy.

A person may have numerous queries related to his feelings on whether he would like it , feel jealous or feel happy about it


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