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Here is a listening passage, students. As it is your first time doing a test like this, I will give a heads-up. First, take a look at the questions and don't expect to hear the same words. I mean, the words used on the recording will always be different from the words on the passage. Can you please tell me if this composition makes sense and correct in terms of grammar? Thanks in advance
Feb 14, 2022 8:35 AM
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Here is a listening passage, students. As this is your first time taking/writing a test like this, I'm going to give you a tip. First, take a look at the questions, and don't expect to hear the same words. I mean, the words used in the recording will always be different from the words in the passage. Can you please tell me if this composition makes sense and correct in terms of grammar? Thanks in advance
Yes, good. "Heads-up" sounds a little too informal in this context, at least to me. But if you did use "heads-up" make sure to use "you": "I'm going to give you a heads-up".
Feb 15, 2022 5:46 PM
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