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Hi teachers,

Are these intructions right? Where I have a doubt is on the preposition.

Before doing this exercises, see at the student writing support page 6.1.2.

Thanks in advance
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No. As you guessed, the word "at" is superfluous.
Thank you very much JasonMel.
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So I don't need any other preposition in the sentence, right? Without 'at' the sentence is fine, isn't it?
I would write your sentence the following way (probably even with the italics):

Before doing this exercise, see "Student Writing Support," page 6.1.2.
Thank you very much JasonMel. You have guessed what I was looking for.Emotion: wink
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Before doing this exercise, see "Student Writing Support," page 6.1.2.

One more JasonMel

If I want to add some information after ... page 6.1.2. and page 12.
Is it ok to write 'and' with a small leter?

Thanks
Before doing this exercise, see "Student Writing Support," pages 6.1.2 and 12.

You can write that, I guess, but I don't understand how it makes sense. That would mean there are two sections titled "Student Writing Support" found at two different places in the same document.

By the way, your original question contains the phrase "this exercises." That's incorrect. If there's more than one exercise, use "these exercises," otherwise use "this exercise." So you'll have to pick between:

Before doing this exercise, see "Student Writing Support," pages 6.1.2 and 12.

or

Before doing these exercises, see "Student Writing Support," pages 6.1.2 and 12.
JasonMelThat would mean there are two sections titled "Student Writing Support" found at two different places in the same document.
Yes. The 'Student Writin Support' contains 20 pages.
JasonMelBefore doing these exercises, see "Student Writing Support," pages 6.1.2 and 12.
you are wright. Because the page contains 5 different exercises. they have to change direct speech sentences to indirect ones. So it should be 'exercises'.

Am I right?

Thanks a lot gain.
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