This is from https://www.cincinnaticriminalattorney.com/criminal-cases-with-physical-dna-evidence/:
"Sometimes the lab where evidence is sent uses unreliable or inaccurate tests or stores the evidence incorrectly."
Thanks again for your time and patience, Iris. Now I can see the "how was it made" link again, and I had made a mistake in my previous message, so I have deleted it. To sum up, in my opinion these sentences are correct:
A lab is the place WHERE evidence is sent.
A lab is the place WHICH/THAT evidence is sent TO.
A lab is the place evidence is sent TO.
A lab is the place TO WHICH evidence is sent.
Since you aren't using WHERE in this worksheet, I would choose the second sentence for this worksheet, and I think the third sentence illustrates why I think TO is necessary when you are not using WHERE.
Tell me if you would rather I deleted this post from here, please. I wouldn't want you to think I'm giving away the answers to your worksheet here.
Hi JuanJoseCC, the sentence is OK, it is focusing on the verb SEND not on WHAT.
Another thing: in 1.c), didn't you miss TO?
... evidence is sent TO for analysis, or
to ... evidence is sent for analysis.
That's a great tip; thanks, I'll do it.
I love your worksheet, it is a great way to introduce this complex matter, with clear explanations and a short, simple exercise, it looks really motivating. Thanks for sharing it.
One tip: if you don't want an exercise to be cut in two parts at the end of a page, use zero top and bottom margin. The break is still there, but much smaller.
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