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I don't have time to express these ideas more clearly. I really rely on your help, Writeacher.

My sister's husband works as a journalist and therefore she and the children will probably accompany him to London for the Olympic Games and will be attending a summer course there.
She told me she would be happy to send them to your school next year.

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    Change "attending" to "taking" and everything is fine.

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