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Ducky

Jul 13

English

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Walking in the Morning

This morning I went to the dentist for a rutine control; as all was correct, it was a fast visit. The dental clinic is not far of home, so is possible go walking. To return home, I did a little turn and come back walking on the sand, in the shore on the beach, wetting my feet. In the coming weeks I will try to go to the beach all whatever I can.

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This morning I went to the dentist for a rutine control; as all was correct, it was a fast visit.

This morning I went to the dentist for a routine control; as all was correct,heckup. Everything was alright, so it was a fast visit.

This morning I went to the dentist for a routine controlappointment; as all was correctwell, it was a fastquick visit.

control-> appointment, correct->well, fast->quick.
Grammar

This morning, I went to the dentist for a routine controlheck-up; as all was correct, it was a fast visit.

Grammar Usage

This morning I went to the dentist for a routine control; as all was correct,visit. Everything looked good so it was a fast visit.

This sounds more natural in the US.
Spelling Usage Stylistic

This morning I went to the dentist for a rutine controlmy routinely dentist visit; as all was correctwell, it was a fast visittimely.

Not correct; use well to describe something good. Timely sounds more sophisticated
Usage Stylistic

The dental clinic is not far of home, so is possible go walking.

The dental clinic is not far ofrom my home, so it is possible goto get there by walking.

The dental clinic is not far ofrom home, so it is possible gto walking.

of -> from,
Grammar

The dental clinic is not far ofrom home, so it's possible gto walking there.

Grammar Usage Stylistic

The dental clinic is not far ofrom home, so is possible go walkingI could walk to it.

This sounds more natural in the US.
Grammar Usage Stylistic

The dental clinic iwas not far ofrom my home, so it was possible gto walking.

Was is past tense, you’re talking about something that happened in the past you need to use this. Again it was possible = past.
Grammar

To return home, I did a little turn and come back walking on the sand, in the shore on the beach, wetting my feet.

To return home, I did a little ttook a detourn and come back, walkinged on the sand, in the shore on the beach, wettingand got my feet wet.

To returnon my way home, I did a little turn and come back walking on the sand, in the shorewalked back on the beach, wetting my feet. in the sand

Grammar Usage Stylistic

To return home, I didtook a little tdetourn and coame back walking on the sand, i on the shore onf the beach, wetting my feet.

Grammar Usage

To return home, I did a little turn and come back walking on the sand, in the shoreOn the way home, I went a different way and walked on the beach, w getting my feet wet.

This sounds more natural in the US.
Usage Stylistic

To return home, I didonly had to do a little turn and come back walking on the sand,beach. I dipped my feet in the shorewater onf the beach, wetting my feet.shore.

Grammar Usage Stylistic

In the coming weeks I will try to go to the beach all whatever I can.

In the comingnext few weeks, I will try to go to the beach all whatever I can.

In the coming weeks I will try to go to the beach all whatenever I can.

Grammar

In the coming weeks, I will try to go to the beach all whatwhenever I can.

Usage

In the coming weeks, I wi'll try to go to the beach all whatwhenever I can.

This sounds more natural in the US. "Whenever" is for time whereas "whatever" is for things or objects.
Grammar Usage Stylistic

In the coming weeks I will try to go to the beach all whatever I canwhenever I am free.

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