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respectively-LetPub英文科技论文写作杂谈之9

英文论文写作过程中,作者往往会有偏向性的经常使用某一个单词,而忽略了其是否使用正确,并且符合英语本身的表达习惯,LetPub结合多年服务于英文科技论文的编辑经验,搜集了一些中国作者在英文写作中经常出现的错误,列出最常见的“respectively”一词来举例,希望对您有所帮助。


Over-use of "respectively."

In American English the construction "apples have skins, peaches have fuzz, and bananas have peels" is more common than "apples, peaches, and bananas have skins, fuzz, and peels, respectively," though both of them are technically correct. "Solution was added to containers A, B, and C" does not need a "respectively" at the end.

Also, "respectively" ONLY applies to two lists with the same number of items. “P and Q were enrolled in the studies X, Y, and Z, respectively”-which belongs to which?

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