Could you please check these few other sentences? Thank you.

1) Can you refer to the most prominent episodes of the Second World War?
2) In what historical context did we mention the intervention of the Royal Force? Who was the Battle of England won by?
3)The eye is a recurrent physical trait in the authors we studied this year. Can you refer to the description of the Mariner as given by Coleridge in his Rime of the Ancient Mariner. How are the monster’s eyes described by Victor Frankenstein when the monster comes to life?

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  1. 2. ... By whom was the Battle of England won?

    3. "Can you refer to..." <~~That's a yes or no question. Better (more specific) phrasing is this: Describe the mariner in Coleridge's "Rime of the Ancient Mariner."

    Everything else is fine.

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