Guitar Covers
Read it starting from Chapter 4. Because you read chapter 3 last time. Read it from Chapter 4. Because you got to chapter 3 last time and you finished it. Take a look at them and please let me know if they are correct. Thanks
Feb 16, 2022 1:29 PM
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Read it starting from Chapter 4. Because you read chapter 3 last time. Read it from Chapter 4. Because you got to chapter 3 last time and you finished it. Take a look at them and please let me know if they are correct. Thanks
I assume "it" is a certain book here. If I were a teacher assigning some reading, I wouldn't say "read the book starting from chapter 4 if the student has already read chapter 3. Then the student isn't starting the book from chapter 4, because they started at the beginning, or at least from chapter 3. I would just say, "Since you've already finished Chapter 3, please read Chapter 4 [or Chapters 4 through 6] for next time." Or you could say, "Since you've finished Chapter 3, please continue reading from Chapter 4."
Feb 17, 2022 3:36 AM
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