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    Question construction with "swap"... reloaded!

    Hi again,

    With reference to my earlier "swap" constructions: someone suggested that I use:
    Swap tests with each other.
    instead of
    Swap your test with your partner/ partner's.

    Is the former sentence ok?

    Thanks,
    angela

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    Re: construction with "swap"... reloaded!

    Hi tangelatm

    Swap tests with each other.

    Swap your test with your partner/ partner's.
    Exchange (your test) papers (with your partner/partner's).

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