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Thank you very much for your help.I need you to check these sentences, please.

1) He plays more sports than Keith.
Will you have to take a make-up exam at the end of Agust?
2) As our flight is due to land in London in the late evening, I wonder how far your hotel from the airport is.
3) Have you ever had to have lunch in the school canteen?
4) I taught English to my first-year students yesterday.
5) Have you ever flown in an airplane?
Have you been in that supermarket?
6) Have you ever gone windsurfing?
have lunch.

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  1. 1. Spelling of August

    2) better word order for #2 = I wonder how far from the airport your hotel is OR I wonder how far it is from your hotel to the airport.

    6) Why is "have lunch" at the end of the question?

    Sra

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