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Could you please help me correct these sentences I'm having trouble with?

1 Right when your benefits end you find a job. Don't you find that coincidental.
2 She can be very ugly some days just as she can be really pretty other days.
3 Could you tell me on what day the account was closed.
4 Don't let him do the trip to your house and back solo. Accompany him.
5 This place is so striking that once you've been here once, you can't not know where it is the next time you go.

6 I would never have guessed how to spell his last name.

7 This house is beyond our expectations/was more than we had hoped for.

Thank you
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alc241 Right when your benefits end, you find a job. Don't you find that coincidental?
2 She can be/look very ugly some days just as she can be and really pretty other days.
3 Could you tell me (on) what day the account was closed? (The word "on" is optional. I probably would not use it.)
4 Don't let him do the trip to your house and back solo. Accompany him.

(Your two sentences seem to be in two different registers. You could simply say "Go with him" after the first sentence.)
5 This place is so striking that once you've been here once, you can't not know where it is the next time you go. OK, sounds informal. I would recommend not using the word "once" two times.

6 I would never have guessed how to spell his last name. OK

7 This house is beyond our expectations/was more than we had hoped for. OK

You're welcome.
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Could someone please help me with these sentences?

thank you very much
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