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    "Would you mind registering my seminar score?" Is it correct?

    "Would you mind registering my seminar score?"

    Is it correct?

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    Re: "Would you mind registering my seminar score?" Is it correct?

    It's grammatical, but the meaning is unclear to me.

    What's the context?

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    Re: "Would you mind registering my seminar score?" Is it correct?

    for example, If I want to remind for my supervisor, about register my score.

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    Re: "Would you mind registering my seminar score?" Is it correct?

    Quote Originally Posted by MK22 View Post
    For example, ​if I want to remind for my supervisor (no comma here) about to register my score.
    See my corrections above. What do you mean by "register my score"?
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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    Re: "Would you mind registering my seminar score?" Is it correct?

    In university, we have a website that assistant and associate professors for
    every student enter a number between 0-20 based on their operation in courses.
    For example
    Mathematics ………………19
    Chemistry……………………18
    etc.
    I have done my project in last semester, but my supervisor forgot to enter my grade operation and I want to remind her for entering it.
    What is the correct sentence for writing about it?
    Last edited by MK22; 25-Oct-2017 at 07:15.

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    Re: "Would you mind registering my seminar score?" Is it correct?

    Quote Originally Posted by MK22 View Post
    In At university, we have a website that assistants and associated professors use. For every student, they enter a number between 0 and 20 based on their operation performance in lessons.

    For example:
    Mathematics ………………19
    Chemistry……………………18
    etc.

    I have done did/completed my a project in last semester, but my supervisor forgot to enter my grade operation and I want to remind her for to entering enter it.
    What is the correct sentence way for to writing write to her about it?
    Please see my corrections above.

    I would just write "Please enter my score for the project I did last semester". You might need to remind her what your project was in case she can't remember.
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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