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Could someone tell me which to say, each sentence has an alternative.

1 I'll try to help her as/the best I can with the means I have.

2 What shoe size are you/what size shoe are you/what shoes size do you wear?

3 Wait at/behind the door.

4 I don't know if I have enough breath to do 2 lengths under water/can hold my breath long enough to do 2 lengths.

5 With weed, you get to a point where/when you can't get anymore stoned whereas alcohol you can always get druunker, you can drink to the point where/when you throw up.

Is number 5 structurally correct as I got it on an internet site I thought it was off.

Thanks a lot

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1 I'll try to help her as/the best I can with the means I have.
2 What shoe size are you?/what size shoe are you?/what shoe size / size shoe do you wear?
3 Wait at the door.
4 I don't know if I have enough breath to do 2 lengths underwater/can hold my breath long enough to do 2 lengths.
5 With weed, you get to a point where/when you can't get any more stoned, whereas with alcohol you can always get drunker. You can drink to the point where/when you throw up.
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I don't see which ones you would use?

For
1 AS or THE
2 SHOE SIZE or SIZE SHOE
3
4ENOUGH BREATH or BREATH LONG ENOUGH
5 Is the sentence correct and is it WHERE or WHEN?

Thanks
Everything I left is usable.