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    before the last could cross the street.


    I'd either use 'latter' or simply 'he' (I don't think there would be much confusion)

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    The beginning of the accident starts

    The accident started...

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    due to a deadly hit on the head

    deadly blow

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    coffined the corpse

    I'd say 'lay the bady in a coffin'. You could use 'corpse' as well, but we often say 'body' when we are talking about a person we know because it sounds less medical.

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    #15
    associates the squeal of a car to his little brotherís fatal accident
    If use 'associates... with'

    burried - buried


    when human brain is prompted by a same current stimulus

    the human brain... a similar stimulus' (I'd drop 'current')

    Ayed,
    This is a very good piece of writing. You have told the story in a rather moving way and drawn something out of it.


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    Shokran luka

    Many thumb up.
    Many thanks to you, my teacher tdol.

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    You're very welcome.

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