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Hello teachers!
I'm practicing writing sentence by sentence.
Correct any awkward or uncommon expressions, please.
Better expressions are always welcomed ;D
Thanks in advance!

1. I'll choose a pet as a present for my kid which contribute to develope child's responsibility.
2. Students who wear uniforms would try not to misbehave.
3. Those who conform to social norms are reluctant to accept a new challenge.
4. I want to live in a community where people respect others' thought.
I want to live in a community where people value one another.
5. I disagree to the plan that a huge factory would be located in our community.
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1. I'll choose a pet as a present for my kid which contribute to develope child's responsibility.
2. Students who wear uniforms would try not to misbehave.
3. Those who conform to social norms are reluctant to accept a new challenge.
4. I want to live in a community where people respect others' thought.
I want to live in a community where people value one another.
5. I disagree to the plan that a huge factory would be located in our community.
Here is my first revised version. Thanks for the consistent checking! ;D

1. I'll choose a pet as a present for my kid which contributes to develope a child's responsibility. ( develop: is it a wrong word to use here?)
2. Students who wear uniforms would try not to misbehave. ( I used "would" to express the uncertainty. Should I change it for "will"? )
3. Those who conform to social norms are reluctant to accept a new challenge.
4. I want to live in a community where people respect others' thinking.(could you tell me why I can't use "thought", a noun, here?)
I want to live in a community where people value one another.
5. I disagree to the plan that a huge factory will be located in our community. (I think "I disagree to" is ok...I guess I can use "object to" instead of "disagree to" )