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sare my own sentences trying to use some new vocabulary that I've learnt lately. I want youPlease tocorrect them for me. Do they sound natural?:
I hope that I can pass my exam with ease.
We tend to live a sedentary lifestyle in our modern workday. No, this doesn't work. We don't have a lifestyle during our workday. A lifestyle covers everything. Maybe something like "Modern working practices are very sedentary".
Practicing sports daily comes at the expense of having a healthy body. (Note the correct spelling of "expense".)
I attribute my longevity to living a healthy lifestyle.
I tend to stay in the library for long stretches of time.
Living a sedentary way of life increases the odds of
being caught bycatching numerous diseases. but note that we "catch" diseases. We are not "caught by" them.
He faced an untimely death at the age of 25 because he was addicted to drugs. although I'm not sure if you are saying he risked dying at 25 or if he actually died at 25.
She has to engage in some leisurely pursuits in order to forget about her problems. although it's a little formal.
Those who do not exercise
reguralarlyregularly are shortheningshortening their lifespan. but note my spelling corrections.
Infant mortality was at its high levels in the past. The use of "mortality" is fine but you might mean "at its highest level".
It is bad for your health to remain inactive.
Prolonged use of computer games is known to have negative effects on brain.
I have one question: Is the expression "untimely death" the same as "premature death"? Yes, there is little difference.
I would really appreciate your help.
Thanks a lot in advance.
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