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June 27, 2015

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1. masses
2. amateur film-making
3. prove themselves
4. a host of other cost
5. funded
6. currently dominate
7. elderly inhabitants
8. age bracket
9. five-year cohort
10. gender differences

1. universities became accessible to the public
2. talented amateur film-makers
3. given the opportunity to prove themselves
4. a host of other costs
5. partly funded by government subsidies
6. foreign productions dominating the market
7. percentage of elderly inhabitants
8. each five-year age bracket
9. each five-year cohort
10. No significant gender differences can be seen

Hello Mr. Simon,

Here is 2 sentences in your "parental essay"

at the same time the rising cost of living has meant that both marriage partners usually need to work and save money before starting a family. Therefore, when couples have children, they may decide who works and who stays at home depending on the personal preference of each partner, or based on which partners earns the most money.

I think these two sentences are not connected or relevant to each other. Can you explain what you meant when you wrote this in more detail?

1. masses
2. amateur
3. prove
4. host
5. funded
6. that currently dominate
7. elderly
8. bracket
9. cohort
10. gender

public
amateur
prove
host
funded
currently dominate
elderly
bracket
cohort
gender

CORRECT ANSWERS FROM SIMON:

1. masses
2. amateur
3. prove
4. host
5. funded
6. dominate
7. elderly
8. bracket
9. cohort
10. gender

I do not know even one of them ::(

universities became accessible to the masses
talented amateur film-makers
given the opportunity to prove themselves
a host of other costs
partly funded by government subsidies
foreign productions dominate the market
percentage of elderly inhabitants
each five-year age
each five-year cohort
no significant gender differences

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