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    #1

    counsel

    Do the following sentences sound natural?

    1. Thank you for your counseling us on the performance of Reader Theater.
    2.
    It’s an eye-catching and pleasing poster which concisely conveys the clear theme and the main points of our script.
    3.
    It will impress the audience and judges most favorably.
    4.
    I’m sure our presentation will go well.

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    Re: counsel

    The only problem I can see is the "your" in no 1. Just have "Thank you for counseling us..."
    (not a teacher)

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