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What do you have to do if you want make the bee land on the flower? (situation: On a page, there is a flower on the left side. Thereis a bee on the right side. There is a thick verticle line between them.)

I will try to cut the line.
I will fold the page.
I will look at the flower more closely.
I will try to pour honey on the flower.
I will put a female bee on the flower if the bee is male.
I will make a pole in the thick line so that the bee can come through it.
I will erase the line with a special eraser. Then the bee can get to the flower.
I will cut the part of the paper containing the bee. then I will put the piece of bee paper on the flower with paste.

(Would you look at the sentences? Could you correct them,please?)

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    I will make a pole in the thick line so that the bee can come through it. = could you mean "hole" rather than "pole" so the bee can get through?

    Sra

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