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    brainstorming sheet

    Can you help me to express the following sentences naturally in English?

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    Once you have briainstormed your ideas on a blank paper, I want you to hand in the brainstormed paper to me.

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    Re: brainstorming sheet

    I would just say "the paper" in your sentence. It's clear which paper is being talked about.

    In any event, the paper is not "brainstormed paper." If you want to be specific, something like "Hand in the paper with your brainstorming ideas on it."

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    Re: brainstorming sheet

    Write all the ideas from your brainstorming session on a blank piece of paper, then bring the paper to me.
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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