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snoopya1984

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or "go on page 11"???


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Go to page 11. Or "open your book on page 11" (I believe this is also an acceptable option, although I'm not sure about it being natural).
 

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Or "open your book on page 11" (I believe this is also an acceptable option, although I'm not sure about it being natural).

This doesn't really work in BrE.
 

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I've learned here that we use 'at' when we want to instruct students to open their books:
'Open your books at page 3'
 

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I've learned here that we use 'at' when we want to instruct students to open their books:
'Open your books at page 3'

Yes, that's what we say in BrE.
 

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And "Open your book(s) to page 11" in BrE too.
 
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