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    hi
    what is the sequence of(the student,slowly,at the signal,down the aisle,marched,in single file)

    thank you very much

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    Quote Originally Posted by mohammad
    hi
    what is the sequence of(the student,slowly,at the signal,down the aisle,marched,in single file)

    thank you very much
    Hello mohammad,

    I would say, you try it at first by yourself. We will correct it, if you make any mistake

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    Dany

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    Quote Originally Posted by mohammad
    hi
    what is the sequence of(the student,slowly,at the signal,down the aisle,marched,in single file)

    thank you very much
    Here's a hint:

    English is a Subject+Verb+Object language.

    #1 Find the verb (i.e., look for an action word) and its object.

    #2 Find the subject, and place it in front of the verb. Subjects are always nominal (i.e., look for a noun).

    #3 Anything left over is added information, so be on the look out for adverbs. They answer the questions When?, Where?, How?, and Why?, and they can occur before the verb or after the verb or at the end or beginning of the sentence.

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