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    #1

    miss things

    Is the verb miss right in the following sentence?

    To get a good grade, make (??)a study group. By studying together, you can learn thins you missed ( or you can catch up you missed) while you studying alone.

    I am looking for a ward that say -- don't understnad or overlook.

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    #2

    Re: miss things

    ... you can learn things you may have missed/overlooked if you studied alone.

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    #3

    Re: miss things

    As a footnote: you can "form a study group" or (more informally) "get together a study group".

    MrP

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