Discuss conditional "if" statements and questions.
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I think 'make a score' is used more frequently-like this: 'If you want to make a high score~' And to my thinking, when you talk about your study, you'd better use the expression 'make a grade' or 'get a mark' rather than 'make a score'.
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Hi. I think your sentence is good enough, but here is my recommandationKim Kyoung Mok(45) wrote:hello~
These days I enjoy here internet site.^^
So today, I have one question.
"If you want high score, you will have to study hard."
is it correct?
for you about the sentence.
"If you want to get better grade, you will have to work harder."
This might have a little different word feeling, because I used "better
score" instead of your "high score". However I think my sentence gives
sentence a bit more natural flow due to its comparison sentence
structure on each part.