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Hi, everyone.

Students will be able to identify the correct position of adverbs of manners, asking how a work is done; define collective nouns and tell what a reflextive pronoun is.

I want to use one subject and multiple verbs in the sentence. How can I do that using the correct punctuation marks?

Thanks!

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I want to use one subject and multiple verbs in the sentence. How can I do that using the correct punctuation marks?

eg Mary blushes, smiles and leaves.

Clive

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Students will be able to identify (the correct position of) adverbs of manner, ask how a work is done, define collective nouns and tell what a reflexive pronoun is.

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Thanks for your reply.

"...manners, asking how a work is done.." .

The phrase in bold is actually giving more information about "adverbs of manners". I didn't mean it to be a verb.

Now, how can I punctuate it correctly?

Students will be able to identify adverbs of manners(explaining how a work is done), define collective nouns and tell what a reflexive pronoun is.

I think "explain" seems more appropriate than "ask".

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