1 Grammatically correct, but 'will' sounds more logicasl- what's the context.
2- 'succeed,', but you can use the two together
3 On... you.
4 Yes- how much did I score
6 It depends on the context; what comes before it?
7 No, but 'fruit' would be more common
8 Then does not go very well with in the end- it's normally one or the other.
9 Just required
10- OK, but not a complete sentence- formally, you'd say 'has anyone else been left out?'
11 Probably not- 'dropping me' means excluding me from a team. 'Dropping me off' means driving or taking me somewhere
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