LINGUISTICS & CULTURE
|Data:||26/NOV/2005 4:11 PM|
|Assunto:||systematic or systematical?|
My name is Carla and I've studied English for a long time but I have many questions. I've recently discovered this site and I think that you all are fantastic because you help people like me to find answers we can't find in dictionaries.
I have many questions and here are some of them. I am sure you can help me.
1) In the sentence: "Eu fiz uma revisão systemática no texto",should I say "systematic review" or "systematical review". I always have problems with "ic" and "ical". I know there is a difference, but to know it?Well, I'm not aware of the difference, but I'd choose for "systematic review". It seems to be more suitable on this context. I may be wrong though!
2) Concurso público (I mean the one you apply for in order to get a job in government organs). As far as I know, Carla, it's said "Public Exam", ok?
3) Prestação de contas sobre um serviço feito.
4) Receita federal and Ministério da Fazenda. Here, they are: Receita Federal - Internal Revenue Service(US) and finally Ministério da Fazenda - Department of the Treasury.
5) Is it correct to say Mr. John, Dr. Paul when I don't know the person's surname? I believe that the issue is not whether it is correct or not. It could be confusing if there were more people with the same name, right?
6) How could I say "desonerar" in English?
"Desonerar" is to exonerate.
I really appreciate your help.
No sweat, we're all here to help and learn with one another!!!!
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