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    #1

    work on with

    In the following sentences, does work on with sound ok?

    (Teacher to students)

    As I said last time, today, I will ask you to work on with this reading test papers. There are fourty questions and you have to complete the test within 1 hour.

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    #2

    Re: work on with

    No. They are either working on the papers (filling them in as a test) or working with them (if they are some sort of study aid).

    It would be "these ... papers" not "this ... papers."

    And "forty" doesn't have a "u." I don't know why.

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    #3

    Re: work on with

    By the way, it's FORTY, not FOURTY.

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