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    To show support to the people suffering from earthquake. The singers get together to hold a concert for donation in the open area with the citizen holding a candies.

    The singers in other countries appeared at the same time via video in that concert.

    What should I say this kind of concert?
    What should I say appeared at the same time via video in that concert?
    Shall I say the citizen holding a candies the supporters only?


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    Re: concert

    not a teacher


    To help people suffering because of the earthquake, the singers will get together and give a concert for donations, in the open area, with the citizens holding up candles to show their support.

    Singers in other countries will appear at the same time, via a video link.

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    Re: concert

    To help people suffering because of the earthquake, the singers will get together and give a concert for donations, in the open area, with the citizens holding up candles to show their support.

    Singers in other countries will appear at the same time, via a video link.
    JTRiff's version is fine, though not all the amendments are essential; I also assume that Ju's original sentences were about an event that had already taken place.

    So, this is possible.

    To show support to/for the people suffering
    because of the earthquake, the singers got together in the open area to hold a concert for donations, with the citizen holding candles.

    Singers in other countries appeared at the same time via a video link.

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    Re: concert

    Quote Originally Posted by Ju View Post
    What should I say this kind of concert?
    If you mean the name, you could cal, it something like the Japan Earthquake Benefit Concert.

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    Re: concert

    Quote Originally Posted by Tdol View Post
    If you mean the name, you could cal, it something like the Japan Earthquake Benefit Concert.


    What does it of you could cal?

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    Re: concert

    Quote Originally Posted by Ju View Post
    What does it of you could cal?

    Thank you.
    That's a typo for 'call'
    You could call it ...

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