First of all, thanks for your proof-reading, Cas.

What you have done is exactly what I want. You know, we know from our errors.

And I would be grateful if you do that as much as you could.

I accept all your recorrections except these :

Mine was:She has stolen 200-300 yuan

**on average** from our pocket.

Yours was:She has stolen between 200 to 300 Yuan from each of our pockets.

You are right about replacing pocket with pocket

**s**, but you left out " on average", which produced a different meaning.

She stolen more money from some of us than from others, and that's why I used "on average".

As to the word

**yuan**, I wouldn't capitalise either, after looking it up in Cobuild.

One more question, why shouldn't I say someone alike?

We can say "things alike", right? :?

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