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    Smile Which is the most suitable word?

    Hello, Could you, please, help me to write a description of some exercises on a CD. Thank you!
    1. How should I say "CD script or CD scenario"
    2. Is the following sentence correct: "Your second try has been successful"
    3. Which one sounds better: "text with scroller or scrolling text"
    4. Is the following sentence grammatically correct:"You can now have a look at the correct answers"
    5.Does the following sentence sound OK in English: "After clicking on each of the units a drop down menu appears. For the content of the drop down menu see Screen one."

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    Re: Which is the most suitable word?

    Quote Originally Posted by snade17 View Post
    Hello, Could you, please, help me to write a description of some exercises on a CD. Thank you!
    1. How should I say "CD script or CD scenario"
    2. Is the following sentence correct: "Your second try has been successful"
    3. Which one sounds better: "text with scroller or scrolling text"
    4. Is the following sentence grammatically correct:"You can now have a look at the correct answers"
    5.Does the following sentence sound OK in English: "After clicking on each of the units a drop down menu appears. For the content of the drop down menu see Screen one."
    1. CD Contents
    2. Your second attempt was correct
    3 Scrolling text
    4. Yes, or You can now look at the correct answers
    5. Clicking on each of the drop down units causes a menu to appear. To see the content of each drop down menu refer to screen one

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    Smile Re: Which is the most suitable word?

    Thank you very much for your quick reply! It was most helpful to me!

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