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    write "on" or "in" alternative lines?

    Write "on" the alternative lines or write "in" the alternative lines ? Of the two expressions , whcih is the correct way of speaking? Any response will be much appreciated.Thank you all.

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    Re: write "on" or "in" alternative lines?

    Write on alternate lines.

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    Re: write "on" or "in" alternative lines?

    As an NES but not an English specialist/teacher:

    I would write "on" alternate lines (rather than "in") to leave space for a teacher to annotate any necessary corrections.

    Hope this helps
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    Re: write "on" or "in" alternative lines?

    Quote Originally Posted by Route21 View Post
    As an NES but not an English specialist/teacher:

    I would write "on" alternate lines (rather than "in") to leave space for a teacher to annotate any necessary corrections.

    Hope this helps
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    So would I.

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