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Hi guys!

How do the sentences below sound to you?

1. There are patches of snow in many places, there is mud occurring after snowfall and freezing rain which turns into glaze.

2. Drivers should driver with utmost care and with minimal speed. THERE IS THE WORD "DRIVE" TWICE. I DON'T THINK IT LOOKS GOOD.

3. Fast driving car on a slippery road has no chances and poses a mortal threat – says XXXX

4. In the whole country, all impassable roads covered in snow last week, are being cleared.

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Hi,

How do the sentences below sound to you?

1. There are patches of snow in many places, there is mud occurring after snowfall and freezing rain which turns into glaze.

2. Drivers should driver with utmost care and with minimal speed. THERE IS THE WORD "DRIVE" TWICE. I DON'T THINK IT LOOKS GOOD.

3. Fast driving car on a slippery road has no chances and poses a mortal threat – says ***

4. In the whole country, all impassable roads covered in snow last week, are being cleared.

1. There are patches of snow in many places. There is mud which occurs after snowfalls and ice which occurs after freezing rain.

2. People should drive with utmost care and at minimal speed.

3. A fast car on a slippery road gives the driver no chance and poses a mortal threat – says ***.

4. Throughout the whole country, all roads covered in snow and thus made impassable last week are being cleared.

Best wishes, Clive
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Great. Thanks Clive!!!
One more thing actually.

Is it OK to write: In the south there are 60 impassable district and local roads. Emotion: wink
Hi,

Yes. You might put a comma after 'south'.

Clive
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