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I'll be reading a list of objects and you'll have to write them down in [the] correct order after I finish reading.

Is 'the' always required when it comes to the phrase "correct order"?

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I would include 'the', but I think it is not really mandatory. "Their" is another choice.
Hi,

I'll be reading a list of objects and you'll have to write them down in [the] correct order after I finish reading.

A small extra comment, about tense.

The 'after' makes it clear that you are speaking of two simple and separate activities one after the other (ie read, then write). Because of that, it would be better to write 'I'll read a list of objects. . '

Best wishes, Clive
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Is there a rule for this? It's something new to me. I see them as separate activities like you said and therefore, I don't see why one tense should follow the other's.

Thanks for the comment. I hope I'll get a bit more from you on that.
Hi,

Let's look at a simpler example.

Here are the instructions for the spelling test.

sentence version 1 I will be reading a word and then you will write it down.

sentence version 2 I will read a word and then you will write it down.

Which version is correct? Or do you think they are both the same?

Best wishes, Clive
I'll make your life easy and yes, #2 sounds better for whatever reason.

Thanks!
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