Hi Teachers,

Are the following directions correct?

According to the previous page complete the following paragraphs in order to do the next exercise.

Thanks in advance
Thinking SpainAre the following directions correct?
It seems pretty confusing but without the context of the actual test it's impossible to say for sure.
Hi MalRey,

Well, that's because you don't have the pages and it will be too long to explain you the whole thing. My doubt is only about the last part, 'to do the exercise'. Shouldn't it be 'to make the exercise'.

Thanks
Students: We have free audio pronunciation exercises.
Thinking SpainMy doubt is only about the last part
Don't take this the wrong way but since no one on these forums is a mind reader it would behoove you to ask your questions with as much specificity and clarity as possible.
Thinking Spain Shouldn't it be 'to make the exercise'.
That definitely sounds wrong. In the context of a test "do the exercise" is correct. You could also say "complete the exercise" if that fits (if, for example, it's a fill in the blanks exercise) but "do the exercise" is always correct.
Hi MalRey,
MalReybut since no one on these forums is a mind reader it would behoove you to ask your questions with as much specificity and clarity as possible.
No problem at all. You can ask me any necessary questions that you consider to.Emotion: nodding

Thanks lot.

Best,

TS