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?
# 1. did not
# 2 use "to arrange" . . .
please email John to arrange the return of your second test paper.
Thank you for the reply. But do you agree with me that 'haven't attended' and 'for arrangement' are wrong?