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    the first written exam or first written exam

    the first written exam or first written exam?

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    Re: the first written exam or first written exam

    I say "the first written exam" because ordinal numbers take "the" before them, and you mention a specific exam.

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    Re: the first written exam or first written exam

    I think it depends in which context it is .IF it's notes taken it should be 'first exam ' if you're talking about exams and ordering them you should use 'the first exam'.

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    thank you my collegues

    Ayşen ÷ğretmenim it is me From «EAŞ

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    Re: thank you my collegues

    Quote Originally Posted by rukiye View Post
    Ayşen ÷ğretmenim it is me From «EAŞ
    Honey,of course ı know it's you .ı was just trying to answer your question ı didn't expect you could see it so early ;anyway what ı think is that.

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