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    How can I make these sentences simple and understandable?

    Dear teacher,
    How can I make these sentences simple and understandable?

    "Mrs. Dr. Irinyi Tamás and Mr. Csaba Bányai taught our children how to play the piano, Ildikó Sass Mrs. Sandor taught them how to play on the flute. Irén Szathmáry and Anna Tóth Mrs Kadar taught them solfeggio. Borbála Őri educated the enamel and Gabriella Szűcs Mrs. Vastag made the children acquire the technique of the weaving. Mrs. József Keserű taught the folk dance."

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    rafael

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    Re: How can I make these sentences simple and understandable?

    Quote Originally Posted by rafaelxx View Post
    Dear teacher,
    How can I make these sentences simple and understandable?

    "Mrs. Dr. Irinyi Tamás and Mr. Csaba Bányai taught our children how to play the piano, Ildikó Sass Mrs. Sandor taught them how to play on the flute. Irén Szathmáry and Anna Tóth Mrs Kadar taught them solfeggio. Borbála Őri educated the enamel and Gabriella Szűcs Mrs. Vastag made the children acquire the technique of the weaving. Mrs. József Keserű taught the folk dance."

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    rafael
    Here are the teachers our children have had:
    Piano: Mrs. Dr. Irinyi Tamás and Mr. Csaba Bányai
    Flute: Ildikó Sass Mrs. Sandor
    Solfeggio: Irén Szathmáry and Anna Tóth Mrs Kadar
    Enamel (What is this?) :Borbála Őri
    Weaving: Gabriella Szűcs Mrs. Vastag
    Folk dance: Mrs. József Keserű .


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    Re: How can I make these sentences simple and understandable?

    Dear Teacher,
    Thanks.
    The enamel .....Let me expain and please help how you call it in English.
    The emamel should be a trade or profession. This technique already was used by the ancient Egyptians. It decorating goldsmith's work: the metal and the glass combination on high degree.
    Does it make sense? How do you call it in English?

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    rafael

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    Re: How can I make these sentences simple and understandable?

    That's called enamelling using vitreous or porcelain enamel, a very durable material.

    Vitreous enamel - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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