[Grammar] )What does he need to sign up for the course?

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Does this sentence sound natural?
 

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It's fine, but what do you mean by it?
 

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It's fine, but what do you mean by it?


I meant what kinds of materials he need to register in the course.
 

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When you say "materials", what do you mean?
 

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When you say "materials", what do you mean?

It can be such as registering forms and etc.

Well.. how about "What does he need to do first for the registering?" then?
 

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Your first sentence is better.We simply needed to know exactly what you mean by your question.
 

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What does he need to do [in order] to sign up for the course?
What does he need to bring [in order] to sign up for the course?
What does he need [in order] to sign up for the course?
 
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