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1. Based on the above information, tell the class about your weekend house.

2. Based on the information above, introduce your weekend house to your classmates.

(Which one is grammatical? are both OK?)

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    Both are grammatically correct, but you introduce people or a topic, not a house. For your second sentence, you could write this:

    Based on the information above, describe your weekend house to your classmates.

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