2nd World Congress on Antibiotics scheduled in London, UK during October 16-17, 2019 with the theme Improving World Health with Antibiotics . Antibiotics 2019 conference is organized to unite scientists, researchers, teachers, business delegates, students and research associates to communicate about their experience, knowledge and also about the on-going research.[…]
Tips on using negative sentences
As a rule of thumb, the use of double negatives (e.g., not + nobody and never) are grammatically incorrect. However, multiple negative words are sometimes used inadvertently in a sentence. This may impede the clarity since the readers have to grasp the technical topics, along with deciphering unnecessary negative terminologies. Here are some proofreading tips in this regard:
- State promptly and clearly all the main items involved, ones including your key words.
- Then, when referring to these items use “this / these / such,” and offer more than just the pronoun:
- Save words by adding data: “This extremely effective program/model.”
Never translate: Of course, use your own language to take notes and write outlines. But word-for-word translation into English means that anyone’s mother tongue causes interference. This will damage your English grammar and your vocabulary. Some Finns can rapidly write letters and stories in correct, charming English, but when they write a text first in Finnish and then translate it, the result is awkward, unclear, and full of errors. […]