Andrei
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1) Who do you think can treat the virus successfully? A therapist, an epidemiologist or a virologist? 2) I don't want to get into debts, that's why I stay away from credit cards/ I steer clear from credit cards. 3) I'm indebted to my friends for their support and friendship. 4) We decided to eat out on Sunday as me and my wife, we both feel tired and overloaded with stress and housework. 5) I'm usually dressed into something casual like jeans and sweaters. 6) Staving off from hacking personal information requires our attention and accuracy. 7) I got into playing chess a few years ago and since then I have significantly improved my chess skills. 8) Usually, I don't fit in at noisy companies where people can hang out for ages with drinks and talks. 9) I don't give advice when it's above my pay grade. However, when my close friends ask me, on special occasions I can suggest something. 10) Do you think that the poor and the rich equally don't want to wage wars?
Feb 18, 2022 2:50 PM
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1) Who do you think can successfully treat the virus? A therapist, an epidemiologist, or a virologist? 2) I don't want to get into debt. That's why I stay away from credit cards/I steer clear from credit cards. 3) I'm indebted to my friends for their support and friendship. 4) We decided to eat out on Sunday as my wife and I both felt tired and overloaded with stress and housework. 5) I'm usually wear something casual like jeans and sweaters. 6) Preventing our personal information from being hacked requires to be attentive and make an effort to create strong passwords. 7) I started playing chess a few years ago and since then I have significantly improved my chess skills. 8) Usually, I don't fit in at noisy parties where people hang out for ages with drinks and talk. 9) I don't give advice when it's above to superiors. However, when my close friends ask me, I might suggest something. 10) Do you think that the poor and the rich equally against wage wars?
When you have two complete sentences, you can't join them with a comma like you did in #7 (that type of mistake is called a comma splice). #4 doesn't need a comma because the dependent clause is after the independent (however, if the dependent clause came first in the sentence, you would need a comma before starting the independent clause. #6 and #8 logically didn't completely make sense to me. As for #8, normally you don't drink where you work (in other words, at a company). Do you mean at a party? As for #6, I don't understand why accuracy would prevent you from being hacked. I changed to something that would logically fit. Maybe if you could explain what you meant, I could offer a different suggestion. Let me know if you have any questions. Overall, good job!
Feb 19, 2022 10:22 AM
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