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    Talking a lecture is devided into what?

    Hi!I will be writing English lectures for students (I.e. record what the professor says and then type it on the computer and print it for students) but I came a cross a problem, when you say that we will be studying, grammar, vocabulary, texts, and excersises, do you say that the lecture is decided into four "sections" , and is there a better way to say this?Thanks a lot

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    Re: a lecture is devided into what?

    'Sections' is as good as anything. You could even use 'parts'.

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    Re: a lecture is devided into what?

    You came "across" a problem. One word.

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    Re: a lecture is devided into what?

    Also, spell 'exercises' correctly and pay attention to spacing around punctuation.

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    Re: a lecture is devided into what?

    Hi!(space)I will be writing English lectures for students (i.e. record what the professor says and then type it on the computer and print it for students) but I came across a problem.When you say that we will be studying (no comma) grammar, vocabulary, texts, and exercises, do you say that the lecture is divided into four "sections", and is there a better way to say this?(space)Thanks a lot.

    I doubt the professor will say that "we will be studying grammar..." if he is giving the lecture. "Covering" or "going into" would be more appropriate.
    I am not a teacher.

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