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    Each question has two parts

    Hi teachers,

    Is "Attempt any eight questions. Each question has two parts." correct?

    I'm giving an example to make myself clearer.

    Q 1: Solve the following.
    (a) XXX
    (b) XXX

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    Re: Each question has two parts

    If you mean grammatically correct, then yes it's correct.

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    Re: Each question has two parts

    Unless each question is actually a puzzle, I wouldn't use "solve". That's usually used with mathematical problems or logic problems. If they are English questions (grammar, spelling, punctuation etc), I would say "1. Answer the following."
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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