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    There’s a lot of sun today.

    I don't think I've ever heard that one, but I think people would know what you mean.
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    Feelings for a cake

    If I can't use "crave" then I don't know what to say. That would be most natural for me, and I don't know what's in second place.
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    I wasn't born at the time?

    One, it's not vague. Two, yes you can.
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    if I can’t win any of the prizes, I would have wasted my time and effort

    Yes. That's perfectly good.
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    To improve the environment means improving/to improve our life.

    Something either makes sense or it doesn't.
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    I can’t make it at 8

    More natural, I think, would be: Would you like to have a picnic in the park? Or: How about having a picnic in the park? Those are both quite informal, but so is the situation.
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    Lest he tear it

    I don't think so. But it seems that Tdol has a different opinion.
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    Lest he tear it

    The "slowly and carefully" part strongly implies that the person wants to avoid tearing the letter. Also, I might use a different sentence to say it was old and fragile.
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    School/university/college/courses start

    1. We might say: "Class ends for the day at 8pm." 2. When you're talking about class in general (instruction) you don't need the article. However, if you are talking about a particular class, you might say, for example: "The economics class starts at 8am." (Not really. The professor doesn't...
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    Meaning of "what might be tide"

    I think it means they're prepared for whatever happens.
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    Covered in/with bruises

    I can't say which I would use.
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    when must I use "of" to link two nouns

    Yes, I know that.
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    when must I use "of" to link two nouns

    You get information from the sensors. They tell you what to do. You could say they transmit data from one place to another. However, a human being is needed to interpret the data. That's who does the important work.
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    In the moment/in the moments/in moment

    You can use "try" and "think" in the same sentence. For example: "I tried to think of his name, but I couldn't." I wouldn't advise somebody, however, to try to think. I especially wouldn't tell him to try to think in order to relieve stress. Instead, perhaps: "Think pleasant thoughts just like...
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    Covered in/with bruises

    I agree with the dictionary. Use "in" or "with" there. Added: "Could you" starts a question, so I would put a question mark at the end of that one.
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    Wall Panelling

    Try: We'll fix the wall lights when we do the wall paneling work .... And: When we do the wall paneling work, we'll fix the wall lights ....
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    when must I use "of" to link two nouns

    What do the sensors do?
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    School/university/college/courses start

    You didn't see one in my example sentence, did you? 😎
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    School/university/college/courses start

    No, it's not.
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    The money helps the students with new clothes, pens and pencils.

    I consider that one optional. In other words, I don't care if it's there or not.