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Hello everyone, there is a sentence i have no idea if it has been used correctly. please help me.
'if there were no quiz in school, students would hardly make progress in study because they don't know how well they have learned.'
I have no problem with the first half of the sentence, but i am not sure about the after BECAUSE part, i suppose 'they don't know how well they have learned.' shuould be written in subjunctive? so what will the whole sentence be?
Actually, it's from my friend's essay, I believe there is something wrong with that sentence.
***** NOT A TEACHER *****
Since I also love quizzes in class, may I suggest a possible answer to your sentence?
"If there were no quizzes at school, students would hardly makes progress in their studies because they would not
know how much they had learned."
It's seems likely IMO that test or exams should be used instead of quiz as it sounds like assessment.
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