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    In Thailand

    Can anyone check my grammatical mistakes? Thank you.

    In Thailand, a man masquerades himself to rob a luxury condominium, but instead gets terrorized by a raging spirit of a woman. In Laos, a woman arrives in Bangkok to retrieve a deceased sibling's body. As she arrives back home, her mother suddenly collapses unconscious, and later is terrorized into ghostly possession. In Myanmar, a woman is shocked to find her three-year-old keeps on admitting her husband's constant visit, knowing that he is working in Thailand. She is even more frightened when she starts hearing ghostly voice, which wishes to build a relationship with her. In Cambodia, a Thai man reports a ghostly apparation, but it has always been nullified. Is it real? Or is it a guilt over what he has done in the past?

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    Re: In Thailand


    In Thailand, a man masquerades himself (as a ?) to rob a luxury condominium, but instead gets terrorized by a raging spirit of a woman. In Laos, a woman arrives in Bangkok to retrieve a deceased sibling's body. As she arrives back home, her mother suddenly collapses unconscious, and later is terrorized into by a ghostly possession. In Myanmar, a woman is shocked to find her three-year-old child keeps on admitting her husband's constant visits, knowing that he is working in Thailand. She is even more frightened when she starts hearing a ghostly voice, which wishes to build a relationship with her. In Cambodia, a Thai man reports a ghostly apparation apparition, but it has is always been nullified. Is it real? Or is it a guilt over what he has done in the past?
    I am not a teacher.

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    Re: In Thailand

    It's not "masquerades himself" at all.

    A man masquerades as a guest/visitor/priest/plumber ...

    If you want to use "himself", then you can say "A man disguises himself as a ..."
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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