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There are 10 English sentences. A person is asked to read all the sentences and translate them into Korean. He should read the first sentence and then he should translate into Korean. After that he should read the second sentence and then he should translate the second sentence into Korean. Like this, he should read and translate all the 10 sentences. Which directions can we use?

1. Read and translate each sentence into Korean.

2. Read each sentence and translate it one by one.

3. _________________________

(What is a suitable direction? Do you have some appropriate directions?)

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  1. Sentence 1 is very good. Sentence 2 is wordy; I wouldn't use it.

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