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Say : you write the names of your students on a piece of paper and move them to another room , leaving only one of them alone in the room to have a speaking exam with . You just finished the exam with the student To mean : who is next ? Any other ways to say this ? Who is next ? The next student , please. ( without "the" correct or not? ) Thanks
Oct 7, 2021 12:21 PM
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Let's say that you write the names of your students on a piece of paper and move them to another room, leaving only one of them alone in the room to have a speaking exam. You just finished the exam with the student. If you want to say: Who is next? Is there any other way to say this? Who is next? The next student, please. (Is it correct without "the"?) Thanks
Many times you will hear native speakers simply say, "Next." But it will be perfectly correct to say, "The next student, please." Also, I see that you put spaces between words and the punctuation marks like commas, periods, question marks, and colons. There shouldn't be any spaces between the words and punctuation marks. I hope that makes sense..
October 7, 2021
Say : you write the names of your students on a piece of paper and move them to another room , leaving only one of them alone in the room to have a speaking exam with . You just finished the exam with the student To mean : who is next ? Any other ways to say this ? Who is next ? The next student , please. ( without "the" correct or not? ) Thanks
If you have the list of names, won't you just go to the room where they are and ask for the next student? Otherwise how can they hear you? Or you ask the student you have just finished with to tell the next one to come in.
October 7, 2021
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