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    Cool respectively

    Hello!

    Is this sentence correct, please? :

    "Our next private and group lessons are respectively next Friday at 10.30 and on Friday 24th June at 9.00".

    Thank you
    Will

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    Re: respectively

    Quote Originally Posted by Will17 View Post
    Hello!

    Is this sentence correct, please? :

    "Our next private and group lessons are respectively next Friday at 10.30 and on Friday 24th June at 9.00".

    Thank you
    Will
    It's better like this "Our next private and group lessons are next Friday at 10.30 and on Friday 24th June at 9.00" respectively.

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    Re: respectively

    Quote Originally Posted by Will17 View Post
    Hello!

    Is this sentence correct, please? :

    "Our next private and group lessons are respectively next Friday at 10.30 and on Friday 24th June at 9.00".
    Better to put 'respectively' at the end.

    Much better:

    Our next private (
    or: individual/ one-to-one ) lesson is next Friday at 10.30, and (next) group lesson on Friday 24th June at 9.00

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    Re: respectively

    Quote Originally Posted by fivejedjon View Post
    Better to put 'respectively' at the end.

    Much better:

    Our next private (
    or: individual/ one-to-one ) lesson is next Friday at 10.30, and (next) group lesson on Friday 24th June at 9.00
    Thank you .

    Is the term "private lesson" correct?

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    Re: respectively

    Quote Originally Posted by Will17 View Post
    Thank you .

    Is the term "private lesson" correct?
    A private lesson is generally one which a teacher has with a student by private arrangement for payment. The student may be, but often is not, taught by that teacher in a school or university.

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    Re: respectively

    http://www.gcisd-k12.org/17342093082...te/default.asp
    They are sixteen and fourteen years old, respectively.

    Haiti Orphan Appeal: kid brothers survive together — SOS Emergency Appeal
    But now we know that Jordan and Jordensten are six and seven years old, respectively.


    Do you put a comma before "respectively"?

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