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Writing: Subordination and coordination — Basic example

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kangaroos can jump up to three times their height and they can't walk backward well the way that it's phrased right now is feels a little bit like a little bit weird because it's saying kangaroos can jump up to three times their height well that that's an impressive thing and then they're saying and they can't walk backward which is like okay there let's take another thing but this is more of a this is like a limitation because i won't most animals I've you don't know how to walk backwards very few can jump three times their height but most can walk backward so this actually kind of feels like it's it's it's it's a it's it's going it's listing something impressive but then they're saying but they can't do everything awesome that they're that they do have limitations so I don't like the the use of and here and kind of puts them as comparable things and and they're really not one is something impressive and then i would expect something like a but they can't do something that everyone else can do so I'm not liking no change let's see this one is kangaroos can jump up to three times their height meaning they can't walk backward well that doesn't make any sense at all because you jump three times your head doesn't mean you can't walk backwards kangaroos can jump up to three times their height but they can't walk backward well that that feels right because your listing something very impressive but then you're saying but look they can't do everything awesome but they can't walk back where they can't do what normal a lot of other animals can do let's look at this last one kangaroos can jump up to three times their height since they can't walk backward well walk not being able to walk backwards doesn't allow you to jump up high so this doesn't make any sense either