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I write user guide on English (foreign language to me).

Web Application have form on separate page for new user registration. I need to build sentence to say about this, but can't find right words.

I need something like this:

Creating Gmail email take place on register form.

But it sounds badly.

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    We'll probably need a better idea of the context you need to use this phrase in. Is this the text of a link (or text that includes a link), a mention in a Frequently Asked Questions page, or what? – Nathan Tuggy Oct 23 '15 at 19:58
  • It is unclear what you are asking, but you can say: Creating a Gmail account redirects you to the registration page/form. – Usernew Oct 24 '15 at 16:42
  • I agree with the others about clarity, but my best guess at what you're after would be something like: A Gmail address will be generated for you after completing the registration form. Honestly though, Stack Exchange may not be the best site for answering your questions. – Jason Patterson Oct 24 '15 at 18:23
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    You are not fluent in English and should get someone fluent in English to help you write the guide, because every single sentence of yours is bad English. "I am writing a user guide in English ... A web application has a form on a separate page for new user registration. I want to build ("construct" is better) a sentence to say/convey this, but can't find the right words. ... But it sounds bad" And it is. – user21820 Nov 29 '15 at 12:28
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Create the Gmail account on the registration page... The Gmail account will be created on the registration page... Use the registration form to create the Gmail account...

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    Please edit to include an explanation of why these would be correct; answers without explanation do not teach the patterns of the language well. – Nathan Tuggy Dec 2 '15 at 23:18

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