*  Good evening! Can somebody review my motivation letter and specify some mistakes?
... which significantly expanded my perception about engineering. Also, the crucial point was acquirement of precious experience in ... which significantly expanded my perception about engineering. Also, the crucial point was acquirement of precious experience in ...
https://www.usingenglish.com/forum/threads/218814-Good-evening
*  energy that accompanies this consciousness
... there is a flow of energy in addition to the conscious awareness/perceptions of the experience, and this energy can rip holes ...
https://www.usingenglish.com/forum/threads/127464-energy-that-accompanies-this-consciousness
*  General] visual aphasia
The review talks about plasticity of perception and describes an interesting case (that I didn't know of before but you ... The review talks about plasticity of perception and describes an interesting case (that I didn't know of before but you ...
https://www.usingenglish.com/forum/threads/145773-visual-aphasia
*  my perception as....
These elements shape my perception as a man. This could mean: a) These elements shape the way I perceive as a man. But could it ... Your perception is the way you use your senses. Thus, my perception cannot be someone else's perception of me. ... 1) These elements shape my perception as a man.. This could mean:. a) These elements shape the way I perceive as a man.. Yes.. ... 1) These elements shape my perception as a man.. This could mean:. a) These elements shape the way I perceive as a man.. But ...
https://www.usingenglish.com/forum/threads/223150-my-perception-as
*  given Turkey's perception
... given Turkey's perception that Germany had not taken the coup attempt seriously and Germany's concern about mass arrests and ... Re: given Turkey's perception Is there omitted words in the second part of the sentence? and what does the word 'perception' in ... Given Turkey's perception, there was 'no basis' for discussions.'. Here are the opinions of four famous grammarians.. 1. 'Given ... Re: given Turkey's perception 'Given' means 'considering'. The bold part is a noun phrase. ...
https://www.usingenglish.com/forum/threads/241826-given-Turkey-s-perception