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    Classroom English

    The last student in each row, please collect last night's homework for/of your row.
    Is the above sentence acceptable?

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    Re: Classroom English

    Quote Originally Posted by sitifan View Post
    The last student in each row, please collect last night's homework for/of your row.
    Is the above sentence acceptable?
    Hi sitifan,

    Yes, the sentence is OK. You might also hear it phrased as a question/request:
    Could the last student in each row please collect last night's homework for/of your row?

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