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    #1

    Standing in front or the mirror, my grandma looked at herself in the new coat, smiled

    Standing in front of the mirror, my grandma looked at herself in the new coat, smiled contentedly.

    I think a ‘and’ should be put before ‘smiled contentedly’. Is that necessary?
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    Re: Standing in front or the mirror, my grandma looked at herself in the new coat, sm

    Yes, it is. Or changing it to 'smiling'.

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    Re: Standing in front or the mirror, my grandma looked at herself in the new coat, sm

    It's an "and".
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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