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    Question Are these sentences correct?

    Hi dear teachers!
    Are these sentences correct while instructing children in the classroom to write something.
    1. Write five naming words (nouns) to do with the kitchen.
    2. Write five naming words (nouns) to do with the garden.
    3. Write five naming words (nouns) to do with the playground.

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    Re: Are these sentences correct?

    Quote Originally Posted by dawoodusmani View Post
    Hi dear teachers!
    Are these sentences correct while instructing children in the classroom to write something.
    1. Write five naming words (nouns) to do with the kitchen.
    2. Write five naming words (nouns) to do with the garden.
    3. Write five naming words (nouns) to do with the playground.

    Dawood
    Yes, they are quite acceptable.

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    Question Re: Are these sentences correct?

    Quote Originally Posted by Mike the cool person View Post
    Yes, they are quite acceptable.
    Thanks. What is " to do with" in these sentences? Is this an expression or what?
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    Re: Are these sentences correct?

    Three related words for kitchen?-stove,food,vegetables.
    you are not clear.


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    Re: Are these sentences correct?

    'to do with' : = associated with

    also as in: "Have nothing to do with him! He's a bad character."

    but note:
    "I could do with a cup of tea." = I would like to have= really need ( to perk me up).

    How about:

    Write down five naming words (nouns) of things you would find in a kitchen.
    2. Write down five naming words (nouns) of things you would find in a garden.
    3. Write five naming words (nouns) of things you would find in a playground.

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    Re: Are these sentences correct?

    Quote Originally Posted by David L. View Post
    'to do with' : = associated with

    also as in: "Have nothing to do with him! He's a bad character."

    but note:
    "I could do with a cup of tea." = I would like to have= really need ( to perk me up).

    How about:

    Write down five naming words (nouns) of things you would find in a kitchen.
    2. Write down five naming words (nouns) of things you would find in a garden.
    3. Write five naming words (nouns) of things you would find in a playground.
    Thank you very very much. As always you've been very helpful.
    Regards!
    Dawood

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