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    Can I construct sentence using the word charge correctly?

    1) You will be charged the price of a regular coffee for an Americano. 2) I will charge you for a coffee as an Americano. 3) I will charged you for it as a regular coffee instead of an Americano. Are the above sentences worded correctly?
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    [Grammar] Cats need to be kept in an enclosure ...

    1)After a long discussion, we have reached a compromise. We came up with a solution that the cats need to be kept in an enclosure to prevent/eliminate the risk of cross contamination. 2)The cats need to stay in an enclosure to prevent/eliminate public health problems/public health hazards...
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    [Grammar] I will charge you the price ...

    1)I will charge you the price of a small coffee for a large size. 2)I will charge you a large coffee as a small one. 3)I will charge you the price of a hot chocolate for a large Americano or for any drink which is equivalent or greater than the price of a hot chocolate. 4)Cat cafe business...
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    [Grammar] Are the following sentences and paragraph written correctly? Please advise.

    1) The flavour of the food you cook will be judge differently by each individual/judges. 2) The perceptions of flavours differ for each individual, therefore your food will be judged differently by each individual. 3) I received a traffic offence ticket while I held/possess/was still using X...
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    [Grammar] Do you have extensive knowledge in interacting with people

    1)Do you have extensive knowledge in interacting with people from that part of the city? 2)What do you think about your first encounter with the football player? 3)Do you have many encounter with popular football player? 4)I don't know if you have many/entensive encounter with celebrities...
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    [General] Did I phrase the following sentences correctly? Please advise.

    1) Stand here and keep me out of sight of the customer. 2) Keep the king out of sight of the queen. 3) What is the sight radius of the telescope. 4) The soldier got into position, aimed his gun and wait for the enemy to go within his sight before firing. 4) Please block the view of me from her...
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    Did I phrase the following sentences correctly? Please advise.

    1) What are the reasons that have led to these problems/issues. 2) What are the factors/reasons that have contributed to these issues? 3) I usually feel groggy in the morning and I need time to orientate myself/to find my feet at work. 4) I want to stack up the cards in certain structure such...
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    In winter time, you should start off with/by driving slowly to test your car tires.

    1) In winter time, you should start off with/by driving slowly to test the perfomance of tires for/on different road conditions. After you know how well the tires are able to cope with each different conditions, then you can start driving a little faster and according to the conditions of the...
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    Are these sentences correct? Can I say change with you with notes?

    1)Hi Sir, do you have any coins that I can change with you with my notes? 2) The cashier refuse to make change for me.
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    Should I use on/at? Please help.

    1) Every time I get to the traffic light, it was always at/on yellow. 2) The traffic light was never at/on green everytime when I was there. 3) Stop the car on/at red light.
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    Are these sentences correct? Please help

    1) You can ask the waiter for clarification on/for this particular dish. 2) One of the server's job responsibility is to do clarification for dish on the menu to customer. 3) One of the server's job responsibility is to clarify to customer about dish on the menu.
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    The mobile phone customer service representative always say one thing to me.

    1)The mobile phone customer service representative always say one thing to me and at the end of the month there will be something different on my bill. 2) The mobile phone customer service representative always tell me something that is inconsistent. He tells me something now and at the end of...
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    I saw spillage/spill of water on the floor? Can i write the sentences in such ways?

    1) I saw spillage/spill of water on the floor. 2) I saw water spill/spillage on the floor. 3) The water/juice on the floor is a spillage/spill from which glass?
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    Is this sentence right? Please advice.

    The long length of the train will compensate for it's low frequency. The train can carry/hold more passengers, even though the frequency the train services is low. The short length train cannot carry too many passenger, therefore the frequency of the train services is higher in order to...
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    In British English, the word colour is spelled as color.Are these sentences correct?

    1) In British English, the word colour is spelled as color, whereas in American English it is spelled as colour. 2) My three years old spelled the word cat as kat.
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