Is it correct to say:
- I marked the examinations of my students. There was one who made three mistakes, so he scored 97 out of 100?
Headmaster to one of his teachers: ‘You know that student has dysorthography, would you please take that into account when you mark his examination?’
“I marked my students’ examinations” would be more common.
Thanks Beeesneees, but I forgot to ask you one question. Is it common to say I drew off three marks? Or is it impossible?
Yes, I sounded strange to me too. One more thing: ‘I’ll take it into account is also correct?’
Can you say: You have 7 out of 10 for this exercise. You made three mistakes, so that’s minus three.
He’s, she’s, it’s
Is it correct to say to your students write the full form of these contracted forms/or write them in full.
1,550 these are numbers.
Is it correct to say to your students write these numbers in the full form/ or write them in full.
Is ‘I’ll take that into account natural’ or is there another expression?