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    #1

    achieve the task to a very high standard

    I was wondering if the phrase is correct.

    Also, could anyone please recommend some good websites where we can find a lot of phrases teachers use for commenting (e.g. on written works) ?

    THANKS A LOT

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    Re: achieve the task to a very high standard

    You don't say you achieve the task, you say you perform the task.
    You don't say you achieve to a very high standard, you say you achieve a high standard.


    He achieve a high standard in performing the task.

    not a teacher

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