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    1) Your shoes wont get spoiled in rains (any other words for spoil ,I mean shoes will get wet in rains and spoil)
    2) She is at home having a good rest as school holidays are going.( is the use of having correct)
    3) Her school will resume in the next week. (IS THE USE OF" WILL " CORRECT)

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    Do you have more than one username?

    I know I have answered these questions before yet, when I look through all the posts by CONNECTBRAIN, I cannot find the threads.

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