1. Each of you brings the photograph taken during the summer vacation.
2.After pasting the picture on a piece of paper, write down an explanation about the picture in English in brief.
3. After gluing the pictures on a big piece of drawing paper, hold a group photo exhibition.
Are the directions above all grammatical?
Do I have to use 'picture' or 'photograph'?
Can I use 'have a group photo show' instead of 'hold a group photo exhibition'?
English - GuruBlue, Friday, August 29, 2008 at 3:52pm
A better way to phrase these would be:
Each of you will bring a photograph taken during summer vacation.
After pasting the photograph on a sheet of paper, write down a brief explanation in English.
We will glue all of these on a large sheet of drawing paper and hold a group
( You may use either show or exhibition.)