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Homework Help: English

Posted by John on Thursday, October 23, 2008 at 3:35pm.

Sitting in groups, listening to the explanation of your friend, let's play the "Finding Your Seat' game.
For example, there are 6 students at the table. If the leader says,"Tom is between Bill and Sam.", they should change their seats. If Tom is sitting on another chair, he should stand up and go to the chair between Bill and Sam. The student who is sitting between Bill and Sam should move to another seat. The leader should use the following expressions:next to, across from, and between. By doing this activity, you should know how to use the three expressions. When you listen to the explanation of the leader, you should move quickly.

(Is the explanation above correct? Would yo check them, please?) I appreciate your help....With your help, I will become a better English speaker and writer.

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