# English

posted by Henry2

could you please check these sentences? Thank you.

1) Today we celebrated our son’s birthday. We had a delicious strawberry cake made by the hotel cook and we bought some drinks for his birthday party.
3) After the party the kids club’s entertainer organized a treasure hunt in the hotel.
3) My child had a lot of fun and was asked to hold a speech for his birthday.

1. Writeacher

1. comma needed

2. comma needed

3. OK

Good job! Do you see where the commas are needed?

2. Anonymous

write a birthday invitation card to a teacher you like

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