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    have antivirus installed

    Always be sure to have antivirus installed on your computer, prefer official downloads from major entities like Microsoft and Apple, and use caution. Source: A professor Why the professor didn't simply say " Always be sure to install antivirus on your computer..."? and what is the difference...
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    when left to decay

    The type of &array is int (*)[16] (a pointer to an array of 16 integers). The type of array, when left to decay, is int* (a pointer to an integer). They both point to the same location, but have a different meaning to the compiler. what does the bold part mean...
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    Before I was follower of Jesus Christ , I used to think that Life is All about Equati

    Could you please check the following? I was Hinduism. Before I was follower of Jesus Christ , I used to think that Life is All about Equation between Mass, Energy, Space And Time. However, After I started following Jesus Christ, I came to know that Life is all about Relationship between God...
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    first interrogated at the airport for hours by police officer

    Could you please check the following? Now there are many Iranian students who were first interrogated at the airport for hours by police officer and then jailed while coming back to Iran to visit their family and friends. Omid Kokabee, Niloufar Bayani, Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe are example of...
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    they believe that most of them are convicted of spying

    Iranian government tends to be suspicious of students who are studying at the United States' universities. I mean they believe that most of them are convicted/accused of spying on Iran for enemy countries and of communicating with a hostile government, which is the United States. Could you...
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    Since I came to the United States

    Q:Did you leave the United States after applying for asylum? A: Since I came to the United States, I have never left this country. Would you please check the bold part for any mistakes?
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    Have you ever been forced to commit acts of violence?

    Have you ever been forced to commit acts of violence? what does this sentence mean? source: https://www.prizant-law.com/asylum-interview-and-questions/
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    have summarily patience over

    Unfortunately, Islamic government of Iran and its religious society, have summarily patience over individuals who convert from Islam to Christianity. Source: It was written by a lawyer. What does the bold part mean?
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    I don’t have the right to choose how to dress

    Would you please proofread the following? As a woman in Iran, I don’t have the right to choose how to dress. I don’t have the right to go to a stadium. I don’t have the right to ride a bicycle or motorcycle. I don’t have the right to sing or to dance. I don’t have the right to get a passport...
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    why would we use pointers

    The first question that may come to your mind is why would we use pointers to call a function when we can simply call a function by its name: function(); https://www.learn-c.org/en/Function_Pointers I was wondering what is the use of "would" here? Did the writer use "why do we use pointers to...
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    I say a lot about you to my friend. We are looking forward to see you soon.

    Which one is correct? (I happened to meet an old woman in a bus. She asked for my number. She was so nice and wanted to go out sometimes.) (on the phone) I say a lot about you to my friend. We are looking forward to seeing you and hanging out with you soon. I tell a lot about you to my friend...
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    What is this verb called in English?

    Consider a situation when you felt comfortable talking to your friend about your tough situations (example, financial hardship) and your private life . After having arguments, she used all of things that have happened to you in your life against you and returned/tell them back to you. What is...
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    I had never spoken English in my country.

    English is not official language in my country. Since I got here, I've started speaking English. before that I had never spoken English. Is the bold sentence OK? Because right now I am speaking English, I think I can't use "I have never spoken English", right? This situation has happened to me...
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    due back to the library (by/on) May 15.

    Your books are due back to the library (by/on) May 15. Your books due is to the library (by/on) May 15. Could you please check the sentences above?
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    I guess I am settling in it.

    I have been working for two months. I guess I am getting used to it. I have been working for two months. I guess I am settling in it. Are those OK and natural?
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    I had to catch three buses and trains to get there today.

    I had to catch three buses and trains to get there today. I had to take three buses and trains to get there today. Which sentence is OK?
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    If I had been living here for more than two years,

    Banker: If you want to apply for student loans, you should have a two-year proof of residency. Me: I have been living here for just 7 months as a student. If I had been living here for more than two years, then would I be able to apply for student loans? If I was living here for more than...
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    hopefully I don't have to wear a hat.

    Could you please check the sentences below? It is getting worm and hopefully I don't have to wear a hat. It is getting worm and hopefully I don't have to put on hat. It is getting worm and hopefully I don't have to have on a hat.
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    I'm not going to move in

    After Sarah moves out, you can move in to her master room. Thanks. I'm not going to move in there (master room) as it is expensive for me. Thanks. I'm not moving in there (master room) as it is expensive for me. What is the difference between 1 and 2?
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    I called you several times.

    I have been calling you several times. I called you several times. What is the difference between them?
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