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    Question open your books

    why do you say -open your books!- and not -open your book!- ?? when you ask your students?

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    Smile Re: open your books

    Quote Originally Posted by helenay View Post
    why do you say -open your books!- and not -open your book!- ?? when you ask your students?
    ♥♦♣♠ NOT A TEACHER ♥♦♣♠
    For you're asking your students (not only one student) - students have their own books.

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