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Hi teachers,
Are there any mistakes in my paragraph? Is it well constructed?
Title: Caroline's birthday. The whole thing happens in Wilton. It is just part of a reading.

Now Sharon is ringing the doorbell at the Wilsons’ house and Kate is with her. Sharon knows Caroline because she often travels to Wilton and Sharon’s aunt lives very near the Wilsons.

Thanks in advance.
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if this is actually your paraghrape it's good. but you should consider changing "the doorbell at the Wilsons’ house" with "the doorbell of the Wilsons’ house"
Hi,
Thank you for your reply.
Do I have to use 'of' just because I'm talking about the possession of two objects 'doorbell' and 'house'?

TS
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you should say "of" because you might want to clear that it's the doorbell belongs to the wilsons.
Ayadi Ghaityou should say "of" because you might want to clear that it's the doorbell belongs to the wilsons
Shouldn't it be, 'Because you might want to clear that it's the doorbell belongs to the Wilsons.
Hi,
Thank you for your reply.

Best,
TS
Yes you're right man! I'm sorry I didn't pay enough attention to what I wrote.
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Hi,
No worries. I make mistakes every single day! Thank you for your help.

Best,
TS