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Make your homepage as follows.

1. On the first screen, write the title and insert pictures or photos.

2. On the second screen, referring to the content of the reading text, introduce yourself briefly.

3. Besides the contents above make your own homepages with your own pecurial ideas.
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The expressions above are about how to make a homepage. Would you let me know some incorrect expressions?

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    Make your homepage as follows.

    1. On the first screen, write the title and insert pictures or photos. "pictures" and "photos" usually mean the same thing; you should use one word or the other -- or use the term "graphics" which can include drawings, photos, etc.

    2. On the second screen, referring to the content of the reading text, introduce yourself briefly. I'm not sure what the phrase "referring...text" means. The wording "content of the reading text" is quite redundant; delete the words "of the reading text."

    3. Besides the contents above<~~insert comma make your own homepages<~~delete -s because it's singular, not plural with your own pecurial<~~I think you mean "particular" or "special" not "pecurial" ideas.

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