a couple of something during and another for

Mack&Mack

Senior Member
Korea & Korean
Hello,

I am wondering if the sentence below makes sense.

I'd like to say two things and wondering if I can combine them in the way below.

a couple of performance assessments during a sememster
a mid-term and final exam for a semester

The assessment system in public setting is uniform across the nation with a couple of performance assessments during and a mid-term and final exam for a semester.

I hope I am getting my point across. Many thanks to you.
 
  • SwissPete

    Senior Member
    Français (CH), AE (California)
    I would say: The assessment system in public setting is uniform across the nation with a couple of performance assessments during the semester and a mid-term and final exam at the end.
     

    Mack&Mack

    Senior Member
    Korea & Korean
    Thank you SwissPete for your answer.

    My problem is that when I have come up with something while trying to express myself, I won't change the way I express it. I think I need to be more flexible in thinking.

    Thank you again. =)
     
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