I hope my comments help, and feel free to let me know if you have any questions about what Iwrote!Comments on Sadie Sutton's EIP:Edited by Mitchell Stokes:Sadie, great job! I really enjoyed reading your paper and learning about the truth behindunderage drinking. Being someone who abstains from alcohol myself, I really resonated with the paper that you wrote and feel that you have a great chance at connecting with people who do drink illegally. Ithought that telling how underage drinking has affected you personally was what really elevated your project to the next level.There was nothing in your paper that I wanted to change drastically, just a few grammar issueshere and there. Mostly, I just highlighted/made comments about what I thought needed to be changed.Watch those contractions! While they are fun, they should not be used in formal writing assignments(or so I was taught in high school). There really was not anything else that I was majorly concernedwith, except for your in-text citations. I double checked the MLA guide so that I knew what I wassaying, and you must provide a page number for each in-text citation. Here are some of the rules:2.If you direct quote → (Authors last name page #) → (Stokes 10)3.If you paraphrase w/o talking about the author(s) → see above4.If you say “Mitchell Stokes did a blah blah...” → (page #)I am pretty sure that those are the only ones that pertain to your paper. The last thing about citationsthat I have to say is that you should not end with a citation (again, what I was taught in high school).Basically, it is like throwing about a piece of evidence for the reader to think about, and then notfollowing up on it. If you add some writing, even 1 or 2 sentences, after the evidence that you are providing, it will enhance the validity of the evidence and the comprehension of what the evidencemeans for the reader.