Yes, it is perfectly valid.
No, the pronouns 'his or her' is incorrect.The pronoun their is correct because the antecedent (presenters) is plural."Most presenters spoke without looking at theirnotes."
A chord has two notes, a triad had three notes, and an arpeggio has four notes.
the media took explanatory notes during the notes
'Notes confidently spoke family' is not a grammatical sentence. However, the verb is 'spoke'.
I had to use an asterisk for my notes.
there are 9 notes on a piano altogether. including the black notes too. therefore, 9 is the correct answer.
Field notes is when you are researching for a research paper and the information you find.
I believe Samoa is the correct answer
When you get to college you have to take copious of notes
No, the noun morning is not a plural, it should be a singular possessive form: morning's (the meeting of this morning)Possession is shown by adding an apostrophe s ('s) to the end of the singular noun."Here are the notes from this morning's meeting."
The trumpet player forgot the notes to play, so he improvised some new notes.