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Could someone take a look at the grammar?

I personally think they're fine

  • She was about to fall asleep when a misquito came buzzing in her ear. Minutes later she could feel it on her, so she smacked her tigh trying to kill it.

  • Right when I felt the computer was going to crash I shut it off.

  • she pulled the rope taut to take up the slack/to get rid of the slack.

  • Does the mayor of a city have to live in the city he's mayor of?

  • When he screams, it means he's having trouble coping with...
thank you
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There are many spelling and punctuation problems at least. If you will correct those, I will look further at your sentences.
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  • She was about to fall asleep when a mosquito came buzzing into her ear. Minutes later, she could feel it on her, so she smacked her tigh trying to kill it.
  • Right when I felt the computer was going to crash, I shut it off.
  • She pulled the rope taut to take up the slack/to get rid of the slack.
  • Does the mayor of a city have to live in the city he's mayor of?
  • When he screams, it means he's having trouble coping with the circumstances.


  • Here it is. I tried to correct everything.

    Thank you

    alc
    She was about to fall asleep when a mosquito buzzed into her ear. Minutes later, she could feel it on her, so she smacked her thigh trying to kill it.

    Right when I thought the computer was going to crash, I shut it off.

    She pulled the rope taut to take up the slack.

    Does the mayor of a city have to live in the city he's mayor of?

    When he screams, it means he's having trouble coping with the circumstances.

    If these are some sort of exercises, they are poorly written and quite useless.