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I hope you’ve learned to fix the chapter title…

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Our chapter read: “Bring along this advice when you go to work.”

But now you know that “bring” and “go” don’t comfortably fit in the same sentence. So we’ll fix it like this:

Take along this advice when you go to work.”

 

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