preview and review
What is the best way to say preview and review in a natural way? Can I say like
If you want to get a good grade, you should always review class materials as a way to remember them better. Also, before class, you should preview class materials in advance as a way to enhance your understadning during class.
( If you see any problems in grammar or expression, let me have your comments. I want to hear how native speakers express this idea)
Re: preview and review
You should always review (look over the material so that you remember it). . .
Preview means to watch a movie or a play before it's released to the general public.
By bosun in forum Ask a Teacher
Last Post: 15-Apr-2007, 10:24
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