digis asked in Society & CultureLanguages · 3 weeks ago

Native speakers of English, could you help me with my English sentences?

I have to translate rules for kids with mental disabilities and these rules are classified into two groups - the way a child has to behave at school and outside of it, or the way he/she has to treat others. Did I translated the phrases in the way that English speakers would use them?

I WALK AT SCHOOL. / I CAN RUN OUTSIDE.

I SPEAK IN CALM VOICE AT SCHOOL. / I CAN SPEAK LOUDLY OUTSIDE.

I FOCUS ON MY TASKS DURING LESSONS. / I CAN PLAY AND REST DURING RECESS.

I GREET PEOPLE AND TREAT OTHERS WITH KINDNESS. / OTHERS GREET ME ALSO AND TREAT ME WITH KINDNESS.

I KNOW THAT I AM IMPORTANT. / I KNOW THAT OTHERS ARE ALSO IMPORTANT.

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  • 3 weeks ago
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    I speak in a calm voice at school.

    Also, it's "Did I TRANSLATE the phrases...".

  • Todd
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    3 weeks ago

    Looks fine except for "in calm voice", which should be "in a calm voice"

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