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I will distribute a piece of paper to each of you. Hand down the pieces of paper (In a line composed of two people in each row.). Pass them to the students back. Do you have a piece of paper? OK. Write down your name on the paper. Then take the paper attached to the double-edged tape. Then you can paste the paper on your left chest. Are you done? All right. Let's do the Introducing Game.
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Is my explanation grammatical?
Would you let me know more useful expression?

  • English expression -

    I'd delete the second sentence. The first and third sentences give all the needed instructions.

    Use "double-sided" instead of "double-edged" tape.

    Instead of "paste," the word "attach" is better.

    "Let's play..." -- not "Let's do..."

    Everything else looks good.

    =)

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