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    Hi there,

    If I want to ask the students sitting in the first rows to pass the note, can I just say like this?

    Pass the notes. OR
    Pass the notes to the back.

    pete

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    Re: pass

    Hi there,
    An amendment of the previous message.
    It should be:

    ...students sitting in the every front row...

    pete


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    Re: pass

    Quote Originally Posted by peter123 View Post
    Hi there,
    An amendment of the previous message.
    It should be:

    ...students sitting in the every front row...

    pete
    Sorry Pete, it is not obvious what you are trying to do here.

    Perhaps you have a traditional classroom setting with the students desks aligned in rows. We shall say there are 4 rows with 6 desks per row.

    So are you a teacher handing out notes to the class for the lesson that you will deliver to that class?

    If so, then you hand out enough sets of notes for each row to the first student in each row and say....

    "Please take one set of notes and pass the rest to the person behind you."
    Last edited by Naamplao; 29-Sep-2007 at 16:15.

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