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    jeans

    Hi there,
    please proofread the following sentences?

    1. The jeans are baggy and the green jacket is a striped style.
    2. The T-shirt has a checked pattern and it is a V-neck.\
    3. The watch is water-proof.
    4. The watchband is made of leather.

    Thanks
    pete


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    Re: jeans

    1. The jeans are baggy and the green jacket is a striped style.
    The sentence is grammatically correct, but I am unsure about the meaning of the highlighted section.
    do you mean, the green jacket is stripped
    or
    there are recognized patterns in the fashion world (each with a name), composed of stripes, and this is one of those styles.

    2. The T-shirt has a check pattern and (it-omit) is a V-neck.
    3. The watch is waterproof. cf water-resistant
    4. The watchband is made of leather.

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