Re: [TechWhirl Forums] Authors who cannot write
This document is a mess.
Yes, write up what you guess it's saying. Ask whether you're right. You might even try to use tiny sentences and short words. I'll bet the original contains the words 'modality' and 'intercommunication'.
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