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Taking turns with your partner, talk about the things which you don't need to do on Sunday.

1. What don't you have to do on Sundays.

2. Let me know the things you don't have to do ons Sunday.

3. Would you say an activity you don't have to do on Sunday?

4. Will you say one thing which you don't have to do on Sunday.

5. Say one things you don't need to do on Sunday.

(Are they all grammatical? Correct any errors, please.)

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  1. 1. What don't you have to do on Sundays?

    2. Tell me what you don't have to do on Sunday.

    3. Would you tell about an activity you don't have to do on Sunday?

    4. Will you tell about one thing which you don't have to do on Sunday?

    5. Say one things you don't need to do on Sunday.

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