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I left out the following sentences. Thank you for your help. It's urgent

1) I must always bring all my books and exercise books to school (class?)
I must do (my) homework every day.
2) How can I get to the school (or to school?) from here?
Do you know how I can get to the school in Crown Street?
3) I'm not playing on my Nintendo DS these days.
What are you not playing on these days?
4) You must go straight to class, sit upright and be polite with (to ) your teachers.
5) Do you know the bank in (British English) Oxford street?
Is Oxford Street the road near the bank?
6) Yes, it is/ Yes, that's right (are they both possible. Which is the most probable answer?)
What about meeting at school (not at the school)?
7) I don't have to make breakfast, mow the grass or (not and) sweep the floor.
I'm going to Siciy with my parents.
Who are you going to Sicily with? and not Which people are you gomg to Sicily with?
8) You must pay attention at your teachers' explanations

  • English - ,

    1) I must always bring all my books and notebooks to school (class?) [<~~Either one works.]
    I must do my homework every day.

    2) How can I get to the school from here?
    Do you know how I can get to the school on Crown Street?

    3) OK

    4) You must go straight to class, sit upright and be polite to your teachers.

    5) Do you know the bank in (British English) Oxford street? [Yes, it's "on" in American English and "in" in British English.]
    Is Oxford Street the road near the bank?

    6) Yes, it is/ Yes, that's right (are they both possible. Which is the most probable answer?) [Usually, the shortest answer is most commonly used!]
    What about meeting at school (not at the school)? [Either is fine.]

    7) I don't have to make breakfast, mow the grass, or sweep the floor.
    I'm going to Siciy with my parents.
    Who are you going to Sicily with? [not "which people"]

    8) You must pay attention at your teachers' explanations. [correct - just add a period at the end.]

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