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September 19, 2014

Homework Help: English

Posted by Franco on Thursday, September 30, 2010 at 10:13am.

Can you check if these sentences are grammatically correct? Thank you.

1.The Elizabethan theatre was a wooden structure and had a rectangular or octagonal shape.
2.It consisted of three stages, i.e. the apron stage, the inner stage and the outer stage.
3.The apron stage projected into the yard, so that when the theatre was full the players were surrounded on three sides. The apron stage was protected by a roof. (can you say was roofed?). At the back of the apron stage, there was another stage, called inner stage, which was hidden (concealed) by a curtain and used for smaller scenes.
4. Over the back of the apron stage there was the upper stage, which was used to represent a balcony or the walls of a town.
5. At the back of the inner stage there was a tiring house, that is a place where the actors could change their attire.
6. The poorer spectators stood in the yard.
7.The girl has got a pony tail OR she wears her hair in a pony tail? She’s got shoulder-length, red dyed (?), wavy hair. She is wearing a zip-up black leather jacket with a fishnet (?) hood. She has a lot of bracelets on.

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