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Good afternoon, dear teachers! I need help with this sentence. If you don't mind, I will ask you two questions that interest me. Thanks in advance!


Write your name (...) in the comments so that no one interrupts you.

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How to tell the person to write it something like this: D.A.N.I.E.L. I need to tell him to write EVERY letter like that. But I don't know how to write it.

I have such options: by letter (but doesn't that mean "write something in a letter"?) and spell/spelling (I think this option is more correct but:

a) doesn't that mean to speak (in speaking, not in writing);

b) if it's correct, how can I write this word in the sentence?)

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2) And please check the syntax of the sentence

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Do you mean this? eg If your name is John, please write it as JOHN.

say Please print your name in capital letters.

Do you want full name? eg JOHN SMITH

or just given name? eg JOHN

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red train 520write it something like this: D.A.N.I.E.L.

Write your name with Caps Lock on. Put a period after each letter.

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red train 520 so that no one interrupts you

What is this supposed to mean?

There is no way that I can write my name that will prevent others from interrupting me.

CJ

Comments  

I think you misunderstood my question a little.
I meant that each letter is separate, and the other person who reads this sentence should write like this - D.A.N.I.E.L., J.O.H.N.

Clivesay Please print your name in capital letters.

Then should I use this sentence?

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I don't understand. Why do you want a period after each letter?

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