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    #1

    Those kids are working and living

    Is this sentence correct?



    Sao Paulo has millions of street children those kids are working and living on the streets and mostly of them are killed by police death squads.

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    #2

    Re: Those kids are working and living

    Hello,

    I'd put a full stop (OK period if you insist ) after 'children'.
    Use 'most' instead of 'mostly'.

    If you wish to have just one sentence I suggest leaving out 'those kids' and substituting 'who'.

    Regards

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    #3

    Re: Those kids are working and living

    Thank you, Richard

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