Aresearch paper on the barriers in language acquisition

This study was performed by computer scientists at CNRS, Inria Nancy-Grand Est, Inria Paris-Rocquencourt, Microsoft Research, Johns Hopkins University, University of Michigan, and the University of Pennsylvania: David Adrian , Karthikeyan Bhargavan , Zakir Durumeric , Pierrick Gaudry , Matthew Green , J. Alex Halderman , Nadia Heninger , Drew Springall , Emmanuel Thomé , Luke Valenta , Benjamin VanderSloot , Eric Wustrow , Santiago Zanella-Beguelin , and Paul Zimmermann . The team can be contacted at [email protected] .

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  1. Scientific writing must be accurate. Although writing instructors may tell you not to use the same word twice in a sentence, it's okay for scientific writing, which must be accurate. (A student who tried not to repeat the word "hamster" produced this confusing sentence: "When I put the hamster in a cage with the other animals, the little mammals began to play.")
  2. Make sure you say what you mean.
  3. Instead of: The rats were injected with the drug. (sounds like a syringe was filled with drug and ground-up rats and both were injected together)
    Write: I injected the drug into the rat.

    Aresearch paper on the barriers in language acquisition

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