How would I rewrite this sentence to be sorter and grammatically correct?

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yeah you right asks:

Regardless of the fact that hockey has limited appeal, its fans think it has been ignored by the media, and a large number of hockey fans cannot understand why it is not more popular

Best answer:

Answer by Archassus
“Despite hockey’s limited appeal, fans believe it is ignored by the media and cannot understand why it is not more popular.”

Or in another sense:

“Despite hockey’s limited appeal, fans cannot discern its lack of fame and think the media ignores it.”

One thought on “How would I rewrite this sentence to be sorter and grammatically correct?

  1. Well that would be considered a “run on sentance” . This means that it is way to long to be grammatically correct.
    To make it two sentances you would write:

    Regardless of the fact that Hockey has limited appeal, many fans believe it has been ignored by the media. Large numbers of Hockey fans cannot understand why it is not as popular as other sports.

    If you wanted it to be one sentace you could write:

    Regardless of the fact that Hockey has a limited appeal, many fans do not understand why it has been ignored by the media allowing it to be not as popular as other televised sports.

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