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    #1

    Look At

    Dear Teachers,

    - What are you doing Peter?
    A. I'm watering the plants in the garden.
    B. I'm talking with my fiance on the phone.
    C. I'm looking at the stars and the moon.
    D. I'm preparing the lessons for teaching tomorrow.
    - Are these sentences grammatical?

    Thanks a million

    Namsteven

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    #2

    Re: Look At

    I'd remove 'teaching' from D.

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    Re: Look At

    Quote Originally Posted by Tdol View Post
    I'd remove 'teaching' from D.
    If you remove the word "teaching" nobody will know that he is a teacher. I also think that there is a mistake in the sentence. Maybe it'll be better to say "I'm preparing for my teaching practice tomorrow."

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