Posted by **rfvv** on Tuesday, June 22, 2010 at 4:43am.

I have three pictures. In Picture One, there are one green ball and one red ball. You can describe what you have in the picture using the phrase "one - the other." For example, I have two balls. One is green and the other is red. Can you make sentences like this containing the phrase 'one - the other"?

Suppose you have two brothers. One brother lives in New York, and the other brother lives in Seoul. How would you say? 'I have two brothers. One lives in New York, and the other lives in Seoul.' Good job.

(Would you check the passages above? Correct errors, please.)

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**Writeacher**, Tuesday, June 22, 2010 at 5:24am
No errors! Very nice!!

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