English Expression
posted by John .
1. I'd like to videotape.
2. I'd like videotape your class.
3. Can I videotape your activities?
4. I videotaped the places.
5. I can videotape what I want.
Are all the expressions grammatical?
Can we use all the expressions?

The first one isn't very clear. The others are fine.
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