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Please correct the following sentence for a daily oral language question:

we will see a play called cinderella on tuesday

I do not agree with how it was graded.

  • English -

    The first sentence needs 3 capital letters and correct end punctuation.

    The second sentences is fine.

  • English - PS -

    Better phrasing for the first sentence is to move "on Tuesday" to the very beginning of the sentence.

  • english -

    Cinderella also needs to be italicized or underlined.

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