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    #1

    Am i writting the sentences correctly?

    1) When the beeping sound come on it means the dough is ready, so please keep your ear open for the beeping sound.
    2) Wait for the beeping sound to come on.


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    #2

    Re: Am i writting the sentences correctly?

    Quote Originally Posted by scott833 View Post
    1) When you hear the beeping sound it means the dough is ready, so please keep your ears open for the beeping sound.
    2) Wait for the beeping sound to start/commence.
    like this it's correct


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    #3

    Re: Am i writting the sentence correctly?

    I'm very pleased Richard Wright won the Turner Prize this year. It's been a long time since a painting won the Turner Prize. ( do i need to put (the) in it beauces it sound ok without?
    The Painting is very beautiful and Iím pretty impressive with the drawing and the painting skills do i need to put a (s) ?

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