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    It fits better if you are in a class but is it correct for online sessions?

    If I have to tell you about an online session. In which host wanted students to come forward and ask to speak or read. What should I say that host wanted students to volunteer or come forward or take the initiative?

    What does host need to say? I want you to come forward or say "yes" when I ask you to do something like reading. It fits better if you are in a class but is it correct for online sessions?

    Please help me.

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    Re: It fits better if you are in a class but is it correct for online sessions?

    Quote Originally Posted by tufguy View Post
    If I have want to talk tell you about an online session in which the host wanted students to come forward and ask to speak or read, what should I say that host wanted students to do-- volunteer, or come forward or take the initiative?

    What does the host need to say? I want you to come forward or say "yes" when I ask you to do something like reading. It fits better if you are in a class but is it correct for online sessions?

    Please help me.
    A teacher might say:
    Any volunteers?
    Who'd like to read/speak now?
    And if necessary:
    Come on; don't be shy! I'm still waiting.

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