a) I didn't believe that anyone could choose Mary over Linda -
serene, exquisite Linda.
b) He's been alienating his family and engaging in illegal acts to
- This is an excerpt from a story about "matchmaker". What does it mean of choose Mary over Linda? He selected Mary in preference to Linda
finance his gambling.
c) 1) He's an adventurous man who enjoys risk-taking.
- Is it a good English writing? Might by improved by saying"...family by engaging..."
- Can I say alienating his friends / his studies / his wife / his work? You can alienate people but not abstracts, so his friends and his wife, yes, but his studies and work, no.
2) Risk-taking is his hobby.
d) Is being withdrawn a kind of character flaw?
- Are they good English writing? They are grammatical otherwise
- What are the differences between risk taking and risk-taking? a hyphen - nothing else.
- Is it a good English writing? It is ok
- Is it a good English writing?
- Is it a piece of good English writing?
- Is it good English writing?
- Is it good English?
- Could you correct for me ? 2,3,4 are fine; 1 is incorrect