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  Posted on October 28, 2016 00:15
franlkin
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If yes then help me with this, is here anything wrong? I used google translator and fixed some setences, is there anything else to change

"No Woman, No Cry" is the most recorded and acclaimed song in the reggae history, written by Bob Marley & The Wailers in 1974. The song is a contemplation of the joys, sorrows and complexity of life in the ghetto, at the same time that humanizes its residents as people with the same hopes and aspirations. The song also stands out for representing a woman as main character, resident of the ghetto, which is comforted and motivated with empathy, without sexual connotation."
  Posted on October 28, 2016 00:35
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Two things:

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"its residents" should be "it's residents"

2)
"a woman as main character" should be "a woman as a main character and resident of the ghetto; which is
  Posted on October 28, 2016 00:56
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avianhero wrote:
Two things:

1)
"its residents" should be "it's residents"

2)
"a woman as main character" should be "a woman as a main character and resident of the ghetto; which is
this
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  Posted on October 28, 2016 01:29
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Thx you both :)
  Posted on October 28, 2016 01:43
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"No Woman, No Cry" is the most recorded and acclaimed song of reggae history, written by Bob Marley & The Wailers in 1974. The song is a contemplation of the joy, sorrow and complexity of life in the ghetto, while humanizing the residents as people with ideals and aspirations. The song also stands out for representing a residing woman in the ghetto as the main character, which leads listeners to be comforted and motivated from empathy, without alluding to any sexual connotation.
  Posted on October 28, 2016 04:07
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avianhero wrote:
Two things:

1)
"its residents" should be "it's residents"

2)
"a woman as main character" should be "a woman as a main character and resident of the ghetto; which is

Its is actually the correct form here as it is supposed to.be a possevive pronoun, not a contraction of it is. (Though whole sentence is a bit off and better the way hiruzen wrote it)
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