Is this sentence grammatically correct:-

An activity was conducted and the following question was asked as a post activity question:-

Could this activity been presented differently?


Could this activity have been presented differently?

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I believe you need a comma in your sentence where you posed the question:

An activity was conducted**,** and the following question was asked as a post activity question:-
  • The answer box is reserved for answers. Avoid writing anything in an answer box which does not give at least a partial answer to the question at the top. Answers that are not attempts to answer the question may be removed. See: “Why and how are some answers deleted? - Help Center”. In this case, the question is about the sentences beginning "Could". – MetaEd May 8 '18 at 14:15

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