# English

They are composed of five groups. Each group is going to act out a play in front of other people. What directions can we use for them?

1.It's time to act out the play.
2. As soon as the director says, "Ready. Action!", you have to act in the play.
3. Why don't you act the play out?
4. You have to start acting with your members.
5. Begin acting now.
6. ________________.

[Are the sentences available in a play? Do you have some more common directions?]

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1. I'd use #s 1 and 5, and maybe a variation of 2.

Start acting immediately after (or right after) the director says, "Ready. Action!"

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