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Hi, Daniele, I saw someone have corrected your sentences, but all of your sentences are completely correct, so I want you to know that there are no mistakes with your sentences. The only thing that is wrong is that question mark and you should use a full stop there. My point in correcting is: as long as there are no grammar mistakes in one's sentence, we shouldn't correct them. Let me give you an example: your classmates write some sentences and they are completely correct because they are native English speakers and they have received a good education, but you can still correct their sentences with different expressions but with the same meaning. I often see some people doing this kind of job to some language learners. That is very harmful to those language learners because they will get very confused. They would think: oh, my sentences are wrong? Why? Where? But their sentences are actually correct. The correctors just say the same meaning in different ways. Maybe the original sentences are not perfect, but they are correct. From imperfect to perfect will take a lot of time and that is the writer's thing. And you know, often times, the correctors don't give detailed explanations about their corrections.
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Hi, Daniele, I saw someone haved corrected your sentences, but all of your sentences are completely correct, so I want you to know that there are no mistakes with your sentences.
Hi, Daniele, I saw someone have corrected your sentences, but all of your sentences are completely correct, so I want you to know that there are no mistakes with your sentences.

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