Could someone take a look at this for me please?

1 It was dark outside and once we turned the street corner it had gotten light/lit.
2 How could you know what I said better than I?

3 No one can know that I'm home except for my neighbors.( 2 different meanings: have no way of knowing and asking someone to keep it a secret?)
4 She looks good with short hair and long but the inbetween length doesn't look good on him
5 I can't do anything with/to my hair. Its too short.
6 You mind her way of dressing yet you're dress the same way. You're both dresses with GAP clothes from head to toe.
7 I don't need you guys to make a mess. So if you're planning on it, you can leave.
8 you can't have less than a 20 percent chance of winning no matter what.

9 What's the most a stock has gained in one day? The most a stock can gain in one day is 10 percent.
10 I could eat anything at this hour of the night.

11 My friends are the most french people I know. They don't get any frencher than that.
12 You say "thats being mean" but to whom is that being mean?

thank you
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1. and but

2.???

4. with her hair short or long / look good on her

5. with

6. mind object to / you're dressed / you both dress

11 (very casual, but ok)

12. that's being
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Anonymous:
1. It was dark outside, and when we turned the street corner, it had become light.

2. sentence is fine but context might be needed. You might say "how can," or "how do."

3. correct; two possible meanings

4. She looks good with short hair and long, but the inbetween length doesn't look good on her.

5. I can't do anything with my hair. It's too short.

6. You mind her way of dressing, yet you're dressed the same way. You're both dressed....

7. I don't need you guys to make a mess, so if you're planning on it, you can leave.

8. You can't have less than a 20 percent chance of winning, no matter what.

9. What's the most a stock has gained in one day? The most a stock has gained in one day is 10 percent.

10. sentence is fine
11. My friends are the most French people I know. They don't get any "Frencher" than that. "Frencher' isn't a word, but it's ok to say in casual conversation as slang. "More French" is correct.

12. You say that's being mean, but to whom is that being mean?
Anonymous "Frencher' isn't a word, but it's ok to say in casual conversation as slang. "More French" is correct

Similar to: the hurrieder I go, the behinder I get. Emotion: nodding
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Wouldn't it be :

...both dress IN GAP??? for number 6

THank you
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Anonymous:
Only if you say, "You both dress in GAP clothes from head to toe."
Anonymous:
but
2.???
4. with her hair short or long / look good on her
5. with
6. object to / you're dressed / you both dress
11 (very casual, but ok)
12. that's being
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