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Could you please, check if all the following writing is correct?- Separate the class into two groups = split the class into two groups = divide the class into two groups.- The first to find the answer will be the winner and get (or gets ?) a prize.- Free great maze samples.- Show one picture at a time- Spread the pictures all over the classroom.- He spreads all the photos in the classroom afterwards. - Let it with a different decoration style using cave painting pictures.- Ask them to give their invention a name and describe their usefulness.- David’s and Jen ‘s life (or lives ?)- Presents a summary of the evolution of the most popular modes of transportation around the world. Thank you! JC
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Hi,

I've made some edits.

Clive

Could you please, check if all the following writing is correct? - Separate the class into two groups = split the class into two groups = divide the class into two groups. - The first to find the answer will be the winner and will get a prize. - Great free maze samples. - Show one picture at a time - Spread the pictures all over the classroom. - He spreads all the photos in the classroom . - Let it with a different decoration style <<< what does all this mean? using cave painting pictures. - Ask them to give their invention a name and describe its usefulness. - David and Jen ‘s life (or lives) - Presents a summary of the evolution of the most popular modes of transportation around the world.
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Hello Clive,

Thanks for the corrections. Replying to your answer, my questions refer to parts of some classroom games. By the way when I wrote "David's and Jen's life (or lives ?), I was considering them as "strangers". So the correct grammatical form is: David's and Jen's life, isn't it?

Thanks again,

JC
Hi,

when I wrote "David's and Jen's life (or lives ?), I was considering them as "strangers". So the correct grammatical form is: David's and Jen's life, isn't it?

Context always helps.In that case, I'd say David's and Jen's lives

Clive
Thank you very much, Clive.

Best wishes,

JC
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