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Hi there,
Please proofread the following sentence.

Do bring some cup noodles because your aunt doesn't cook well. You might eat noodles most of the time.

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simon
 

peter123

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Hi there,

I don't know neither. Anyone can help.

Do bring some cup noodles because your aunt doesn't cook well. You might eat noodles most of the time.

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pete
 

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Hi there,

Could you proofread this sentence?
Do bring some cup noodles because your aunt doesn't cook well. You might eat noodles most of the time.

thanks
pete
 

riverkid

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Hi there,

Could you proofread this sentence?
Do bring some cup noodles because your aunt doesn't cook well. You might eat noodles most of the time.

thanks
pete

Okay, I have, Pete. It seems fine to me, though I would say 'cup 'a noodles'.
 
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