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    Take the written pages out of the note-book.

    Hi,

    1) "Take the written pages out of the note-book. We don't need them."

    2) "Tear the written pages out of the note-book. We don't need them."

    Are these sentences correct?

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    Re: Take the written pages out of the note-book.

    Quote Originally Posted by twilit1988 View Post
    Hi,

    1) "Take the written pages out of the notebook. We don't need them."

    2) "Tear the written pages out of the notebook. We don't need them."

    Are these sentences correct?
    They are both OK. Note that "notebook" is one word, not hyphenated.

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