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    #1

    put details /bully points on slides

    Hi,

    Question:
    Are my sentence correct?

    Sentence1:

    We should put as many details as possible on our PowerPoint slides.
    Sentence2:
    We should put only few bully points on our PowerPoint slides.


    Thanks


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    #2

    Re: put details /bully points on slides

    (Not a teacher)

    The first is fine.

    The second:

    We should put only a few bullet points on our PowerPoint slides.

    I'm not sure if it's a grammatical thing or just style, but it sounds 'better' as 'we should only put...'.

    Also, I would use 'in' a slide, rather than 'on', but again, it might be personal preference.

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