RoverTim will not be joining us for dinner tonight. He is going to deliver a speech in English on stage and sit for an open examination next month. Those are two of the reasons why he needs to brush up hard in English.
1. For the above writing, should I say
parts of the reasonsb.
part of the reasonsc.
parts of the reasond. two of the reasons
2. Should I say
a. deliver/make a speech
b. present a speech
3. If there is more than one speech, should I say
a. two speeches
b. two speech
4. Are there any other mistakes I have made that I should take note of to make the sentences better?
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