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Hi. Please tell me if the English articles are needed here.

1. (Describing a routine)

He brings water from wells/the wells everyday.

Then gathers the fruit and put it into boxes.

2. (Describing what he did yesterday)

He brought water from wells/the wells.

Then gathered the fruit and put it into boxes.

(I think if the person who gathers fruit owns a large glove that has many different types of fruit or is a seller of different fruits, it is OK (correct to say/write "Then gathers/gathered the fruits and put them into boxes.")

How about this as instructions? Should it be "the" or "a"?

You are a flight attendant on the/a Seoul-Tokyo flight in the second class cabin. Write what you would say to passengers when you first meet them on board?.
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1. (Describing a routine)
He brings water from the wells every day.
Then he gathers the fruit and puts it into boxes.

2. (Describing what he did yesterday)
He brought water from the wells.
Then he gathered the fruit and put it into boxes.

(I think if the person who gathers fruit owns a large grove that has many different types of fruit or is a seller of different fruits, it is OK (correct) to say/write "Then he gathers/gathered the fruits and puts/put them into boxes."-- Yes, but certainly not necessary. 'Fruit' is the plural in normal conversation.)

How about this as instructions? Should it be "the" or "a"? You are a flight attendant in the economy-class cabin on a Seoul-Tokyo flight. Write what you would say to the passengers when you first greet them.
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Thank you very much for all the corrections. I am sure they will help me a great deal. Would you say this is correct?

(as some sort of general warning)

You shouldn't bring water from wells.

Also please help me with this, too.

You corrected/wrote:

How about this as instructions? Should it be "the" or "a"? You are a flight attendant in the economy-class cabin on a Seoul-Tokyo flight. Write what you would say to the passengers when you first greet them.

In a thread named 'Tenses for subordinate clause starts with "when"', there was this sentence that was introduced as an example sentence (perhaps as the main example sentence):

When she tells you her good news, what would you say to her?

For this sentence, CalifJim said it was incorrect. Maybe you glossed over it, but please tell me if this sentence in the above quoted content is correct or not. (copied and pasted as you corrected it)

Write what you would say to the passengers when you first greet them.

If asked, I would write for the above:

I would first say to them, "Welcome on board!"

Then go on to say what a typical flight attendant might say in that situation.

Any help on this matter will be appreciated.
Would you say this is correct? (as some sort of general warning) You shouldn't use water from wells.-- Yes. And on a signboard: 'Don't use water from wells'.

When she tells you her good news, what would you say to her? For this sentence, CalifJim said it was incorrect.-- Did he tell you why?

You are a flight attendant in the economy-class cabin on a Seoul-Tokyo flight. Write what you would say to the passengers when you first greet them.-- This is mine. It is correct.

If asked, I would write for the above: I would first say to them, "Welcome on board! "Then go on to say what a typical flight attendant might say in that situation.Any help on this matter will be appreciated.-- I don't understand your problem.