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1) "Teaches" is pronounced "tiːtʃIz". Two syllables, right?
2) Earthquake might strike this week. Correct?
3) Supposing I am having my hair cut when my friend phones me and asks where I am. I reply "I am at the barber's." OR "I am in the barber's." which one is correct or suitable?
4) If you pot this ball, I will concede. Correct?
5) I have got two she goats. Correct?
6) You need not worry about my studies. Is it correct as I read in a book? OR we should use "to" as "You need not to worry about my studies."
Many thanks in advance.
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2. 'There might be an earthquake this week.'
It's unlikely as eathquakes are unpredictable.
5) I have got two she goats. Correct? Yes, although "got" is not necessary.
I would hyphenate "she-goats".