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    Would you please explain why below sentences have phrasing problems? I always end up having a lot of phrasing problems in my writing. Please correct and give some suggestions how to avoid this problems. Thank you so much.

    I must not forget to give some credits to John and Joe for their clever participation to make the thief fool.

    A wedding should not proceed to an uncertain situation like, whether the married couples are going to like each other or not.

    In many cases when bride and groom are unknown, they fail to understand and share their ideas and end up leading an unhappy life.

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    Re: phrase

    Although these excerpts probably came from longer pieces of writing, I think leaving them in the Editing and Writing Topics section means they won't get much (or quick) attention, so I have moved the post here.
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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