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Hi, I am currently editing my essay. I personally feel that this sentence sounds ok to me but it may seem ambiguous to my lecturer. Can anyone tell me if it is grammatically correct?

Sentence: The activities were designed with the main aim of improving students’ receptive and productive skills, which in this lesson, reading and speaking respectively.
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Hi,

I am currently editing my essay. I personally feel that this sentence sounds ok to me but it may seem ambiguous to my lecturer. Can anyone tell me if it is grammatically correct?

Sentence: The activities were designed with the main aim of improving students’ receptive and productive skills, which in this lesson, reading and speaking respectively.

The activities were designed with the main aim of improving students’ receptive and productive skills, which in this lesson are reading and speaking ( respectively) .

I don't think you need to say 'respectively'. You are unlikely to be misunderstood without it.

Clive
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I see. Thank you!