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Please, dear teachers, could you proofread these sentences?
1) Whether John's position is right, you've to get this plan started immediately.
2) Whether John's opinion is to be the right one, gofer it.
3) Could John's opinions be right with no second thoughts?
4) If John has the point, you have to have him to start the plan as faster as he can.
5) If John send for you, obey his order, book a trip and catch/get the first fly to London as soon as possible.
6) Once you are in London, send us a technical report monthly. We will be following your progress.
7) Once you are done, come back home.
8) Once you've finished your work, come back home.
Thank you very much
Thank you Anglika, but...
Hasnot 'gofer' the same meaning of 'go for'? I think a Brit told me that once:
Go for a beer = Gofer a beer.