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    Could you proofread these directions?

    Could you proofread these directions?
    InEnglish some words can be either a noun (n.) or a verb (v.), for example ‘change’. Read the sentences below.Decide if the correct word is a noun or a verb. Then circle your answer.

    Thanks in advance.


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    #2

    Re: Could you proofread these directions?

    I would say
    Decide whether the correct word is a noun or a verb.
    All the best.
    Shan

    Quote Originally Posted by learning54 View Post
    Could you proofread these directions?
    InEnglish some words can be either a noun (n.) or a verb (v.), for example ‘change’. Read the sentences below.Decide if the correct word is a noun or a verb. Then circle your answer.

    Thanks in advance.

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    Re: Could you proofread these directions?

    Quote Originally Posted by shannico View Post
    I would say
    Decide whether the correct word is a noun or a verb.
    All the best.
    Shan
    Hi Shan,
    Thank you very much for your help.
    Best,
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    #4

    Re: Could you proofread these directions?

    In addition, leave a space between 'In' and 'English' and also before 'Decide'.

    Rover

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    Re: Could you proofread these directions?

    Quote Originally Posted by Rover_KE View Post
    In addition, leave a space between 'In' and 'English' and also before 'Decide'.

    Rover
    Hi Rover,
    Thank you for your comment. The thing is that every time I copy and paste here, some of the words get stick. Before the new design it never happened, but now it always does. Every time I post my questions, I have to edit it again and correct these things. This is one of the times I forgot to do it. Sorry about it.

    Best,L54

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    Re: Could you proofread these directions?

    Even when you copy and paste, you can edit the post before you hit "Submit" so if you go through and add all the requisite spaces, you won't need to go back in and Edit it after you've posted.

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    Re: Could you proofread these directions?

    Quote Originally Posted by emsr2d2 View Post
    Even when you copy and paste, you can edit the post before you hit "Submit" so if you go through and add all the requisite spaces, you won't need to go back in and Edit it after you've posted.
    Hi,
    Thank you for your advice. I haven't thought about it.

    Best,
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    Re: Could you proofread these directions?

    Quote Originally Posted by emsr2d2 View Post
    Even when you copy and paste, you can edit the post before you hit "Submit" so if you go through and add all the requisite spaces, you won't need to go back in and Edit it after you've posted.
    There are definitely problems cutting and pasting and then editing, post-design update, even if no one wants to believe it.

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    Re: Could you proofread these directions?

    Quote Originally Posted by BobSmith View Post
    There are definitely problems cutting and pasting and then editing, post-design update, even if no one wants to believe it.
    Fair enough. I must admit, I so rarely cut and paste in a post that perhaps I haven't noticed.

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    Re: Could you proofread these directions?

    Quote Originally Posted by shannico View Post
    I would say
    Decide whether the correct word is a noun or a verb.
    All the best.
    Shan
    Hi
    Sorry, but could you tell me what the problem with "if" is here? I think both are correct (whether/if).

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