I need to check whether these sentences are correct or not.
- Bring your laptop at (instead of ‘to’) the office.
- This test carries 15 marks from the annual mark.
- During our holiday we will visit the National Museum and see many other places of interest. (I used the verb ‘see’ because we are not going inside the places are I am referring to).
- I injured my leg.
You must use ‘to’ in this sentence. You should never use ‘bring at’ for anything.
The opposite would be ‘take from’ the office.
I’m not completely sure what you mean by this. I know in many parts of the world they use the word ‘mark’ in the same way that we use ‘grade’ here in the US.
However I think what you mean is ‘points’. Here are some examples.
This test is worth 15 points out of the total annual points.
This test is worth 15 points out of 100 total points for the year.
This test is worth 15% of the total points for the year.
This is fine. Note that when people use the word ‘see’ it means they will be going inside. If they mean it very literally that they will only see it from the outside, they will explain that.
This is fine.