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    classroom instruction

    I wonder if the following sentences are ok. If you see any problems, can I have your comments?

    1. I think I gave you enough hingts. Now, can you give me a correct/or proper answer?

    2. If you have to pick out one answer from the four examples, which word do you think can fit best in this sentence?

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    Re: classroom instruction

    I'd use 'I think I've given you enough hints' if talking to the students.

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