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Please look at these sentences.

That day in my class I asked my students to keep quiet if not I would send them out of the class.

That day in my class I told my students to maintain the silence, if they don't/didn't I would send them out of the class.

That day in my class I asked him to keep quiet if he doesn't/didn't I would send him out of the class.


Now this is statement I have given to someone, on that Day I asked students to do as above. Which one is grammatically correct am I fully wrong please help me to correct these?

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That day in my class I asked my students to keep quiet if not I would send them out of the class.

No. Say it this way.

That day in my class I asked my students to keep quiet. I told them that if they didn't, I would send them out of the room.

Your other two examples need the same kind of change.

Clive

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Also,

I told my students to keep quiet or I'd throw them out of class.

CJ

(It's not literally throwing them of course.)

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Thanks for your replies, sometimes I think if you weren't here to help me, than what would happen to me
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Liton DasThat day in my class I asked my students to keep quiet if not I would send them out of the class.

You don't need the red part. When I was at school in England, teachers talked of sending students out.

Liton Das Thanks for your replies. Sometimes I think if you weren't here to help me, then what would happen to me?

You would find somebody else to help you, of course. Emotion: wink

CJ

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To threaten a student during the class saying to send him out or throw him out so that he doesn't get into any mischief, what similar phrases of sending someone out can I use?

You can dismiss him from the classroom.

But that's pretty formal.

CJ