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    #1

    Can somebody help me correct these following sentences. Thanks :)

    1) It took him a long time to grow his hair to the current length/ to the length it is now. But to cut it short, it only takes a few minutes.
    2) The guy is the owner of the house of which i will move into.
    3) Is that the house that you will move into?

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    Re: Can somebody help me correct these following sentences. Thanks :)

    1) It took him a long time to grow his hair to its current length/ to the length it is now, but to cut it short would only take a few minutes.

    2) The guy is the owner of the house of (which) I will move into.

    3) Is that the house (that) you will move into?
    Words in brackets are optional. It's more natural to omit them.

    Always capitalise I.

    Rover

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