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Could anybody please correct these two sentences for me?
(1) Your are a secondary student already how can you write / write out these type of unstandard sentences.


(2)The paper white(Use paper to express that the marbles is very white) marbles(?) make our classroom very welcome sight. (if the picture shows a classroom)

Many thanks in advance.
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(1) You are a secondary student. How can you write these types of non-standard sentences?

(2) I have no idea what you are trying to say in sentence #2.
Maybe this?
2) The white marbled wallpaper makes our classroom very attractive and pleasant to be in.
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Vctory Ong(2)The paper white(Use paper to express that the marbles is very white) marbles(?) make our classroom very welcome sight. (if the picture shows a classroom)
I interpret number 2 to be referring to the tile on the floor and stairs.
Thus: The paper-white tile makes our classroom a very welcome sight.

Please advise if you have another meaning in mind.
Thank you very much,
This is what I means.
Thank you
Thanks,
But why can we put "ed" after a noun.
The white marbled wallpaper makes our classroom very attractive and pleasant to be in.
Many thanks in advance.
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Thanks,
The paper-white tile makes our classroom a very welcome sight.
Use singular, is it because that it is a building material here?
Many thanks in advance.
Vctory OngThanks,

But why can we put "ed" after a noun.
The white marbled wallpaper makes our classroom very attractive and pleasant to be in.
Many thanks in advance.

marbled is an adjective, not a noun

Something that is marbled has a pattern or colouring like that of marble.
...green marbled soap...
Vctory OngThanks,

The paper-white tile makes our classroom a very welcome sight.
Use singular, is it because that it is a building material here?
Many thanks in advance.

I believe it should be '...tiles make...'
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