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    #1

    Correct?

    I would like to ask native speakers of English whether my writing below are correct.

    #1 Please write your name below your address.

    #2 She is wearing contact lenses instead of glasses today.

    Is "is wearing" correct? Would you give me other verbs?

    Thank you very much.

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    #2

    Re: Correct?

    Both seem fine to me, although you could use "under" instead of "below".
    Can't think of an alternative to "is wearing" which doesn't lead to a more complicated sentence.


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    #3

    Re: Correct?

    Thank you very much, buggles

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