Reply Sun 20 Sep, 2015 08:38 am
- If you__ the make-up class today, please email John for __ of getting back the second test paper.

1. Space 1: When this message was sent, the class had ended; so I think 'did not attend' is the only correct choice, and 'haven't attended' is wrong. Do you agree?

2. Space 2: Could I just use 'arrangement'? I think at least I need 'the', but even 'the arrangement' does not sound right to me. Do you think 'arrangement' simply without a/an/the is correct?

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Reply Sun 20 Sep, 2015 12:09 pm
# 1. did not
# 2 use "to arrange" . . .
please email John to arrange the return of your second test paper.

Reply Tue 22 Sep, 2015 07:24 am
Thank you for the reply. But do you agree with me that 'haven't attended' and 'for arrangement' are wrong?
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