|Review date :Jun 2 2016|
I wasn't very sure what the purpose my visit was yesterday, though I unhappily discovered what it was as the meeting unfolded. During the interview you appeared to be saying that your diagnosis of myself having Altsheimers disease rests on a grammatical structure embedded in a text you ask potential patients to look at. As a former translator & interpreter I am extremely and sometimes unnecessarily precise about language structures and usage. When I homed in to the relevant phrases in your text, I did so on the basis of grammatical structure of the phrase concerned. The word "that" which I pointed out could potentially be " which", depending on the slant you want to give to the phrase. Are you implying that all Altsheimers cases are grammatical analysts who see 2 meanings in a word?
|Review Score 3 out of 5|