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    #1

    don't get rid of highlights

    When you give comments to students' writing by email and you don't want your students not to get rid of your highlighted comments, what do you say?
    Can I say that

    When you return your email, leave the highlighted parts.

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    #2

    re: don't get rid of highlights

    I'd say:

    Do not change the highlighted sentences when responding back by email.



    By the way: your question was a double negative
    you don't want your students not to get rid of your highlighted comments,

    I am sure you meant, you don't want your students to get rid of your highlighted comments.


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    #3

    re: don't get rid of highlights

    Say:
    When you return your email, leave the highlighted parts intact.

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