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Can "knowlege" (a variable in the research) demonstrate immediate effects?


PanPeter 1 / 1  
Sep 4, 2019   #1

verify this Sentence - is it correct?



Dear all,

I am not sure if the sentence below is reasonable.

Knowledge on items that involved traditional lecture demonstrated immediate effects.

Thank you for your help!!!
roswita116 16 / 37 17  
Sep 4, 2019   #2
Hi, there. I am here to give you my own opinion.

I agree your sentence is reasonable cause as I searched some studies, many of them have shown positive effects when engaging traditional lectures and it really helps to gain the knowledge.

Hope my answer can meet your inquiry.
OP PanPeter 1 / 1  
Sep 4, 2019   #3
effects

Thank you roswita116.
I am not talking about the meaning of the sentence,but kind of about collocation.
My question is that if the subject "knowledge" can "demonstrate immediate effects".


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