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Hello! 

I'm studying English at univesity and I have to write a logbook of many presentations. I do that but I'd like someone with a good English level to correct my work. 

I think that there are some tense and grammar mistakes. Furthermore, the logbook has to be written with a formal academic writing, I don't know if my work is correct for that.

Thank you in advance.

 

 

Here is my work 

 

Summary:

Members of this group talked about neuro-marketing. They all worked for a leading brand. They were invited to a conference on marketing techniques. They began their presentation with the logos game in which we had to find the brands represented by the different logos. When a group found the right answer, they would score get one point et one candy. The group with the most points won the pack of candies.

 

Explanation:

Delegates from each brand presented their marketing techniques. To take Ikea as an example, there is no clock in this store. This allows to lose track of time and stay longer in the store.

 

Conclusion:

It was interesting to approach psychology from a marketing perspective. In fact, it has allowed us to understand some of the techniques used by stores we all know. Although the presentation was very interesting, it would have been nice to interact more with the students.

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Bonjour,

Tu en as encore beaucoup en réserve ? :unsure:

Here is my work 

Summary:

Members of this group talked about neuro-marketing. They all worked for a leading brand. They were invited to a conference on marketing techniques. They began their presentation with the logos game in which we had to find the brands represented by the various/different logos. When a group found the right answer, they would score/get one point et one candy. The group with the most points won the pack of candies.

 Explanation:

Delegates from each brand presented their marketing techniques. To take Ikea as an example, there is no clock in this store. This allows entices customers/visitors to lose track of time and stay longer in the store. < Non, l'absence de pendule ne leur permet pas de rester plus longtemps, elle les y incite au moyen de ce subterfuge.

 Conclusion:

It was interesting to approach psychology from a marketing perspective. In fact, it has allowed us to understand some of the techniques used by stores we all know. Although the presentation was very interesting, it would have been nice to interact more with the students.

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