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    what is wrong with this statement?

    Chapter 1 will be taught.Hard words will be written on the black board, students will copy them in their notebooks.

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    Re: what is wrong with this statement?

    The comma splice is the only thing actually wrong.
    The use of passive makes it unnatural.

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    Re: what is wrong with this statement?

    I would suggest "difficult" instead of "hard".

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