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    In a play we have to recite our lines being in the character that has been alloted.

    In a play we have to recite our lines being in the character that has been alloted to us.

    We have to deliver our lines like how the charater would speak that has been alloted to us.

    We have to deliver our lines according to our characters.

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    Re: In a play we have to recite our lines being in the character that has been allote

    Quote Originally Posted by tufguy View Post
    In a play we have to recite our lines being in the character that has been alloted to us.

    We have to deliver our lines like how the charater would speak that has been alloted to us.

    We have to deliver our lines according to our characters.
    In a play, we have to deliver our lines in character. The phrase in character​ means "as the character we're enacting would behave."
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    Re: In a play we have to recite our lines being in the character that has been allote

    Quote Originally Posted by GoesStation View Post
    In a play, we have to deliver our lines in character. The phrase in character​ means "as the character we're enacting would behave."
    Are my sentences absolutly wrong? Can we say character that is alloted to us?

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    Re: In a play we have to recite our lines being in the character that has been allote

    Quote Originally Posted by tufguy View Post
    Are my sentences absolutly wrong? Can we say "character that is allotted to us"?
    It's not natural. You might say "the role we've been given."

    Please remember to enclose text that you're quoting within a sentence in quotation marks.
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    Re: In a play we have to recite our lines being in the character that has been allote

    Quote Originally Posted by tufguy View Post
    Are my sentences absolutely wrong? Can we say "character that is allotted to us"?
    Note the correct use of quotation marks.

    We tell you the natural way of saying

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