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Can these sentences be practically used in spoken English?


I saw it on TV. In Britain, there is the army club. They've got commercial on telly.


It makes me feel more respected when people buys me a birthday present.


You should wear a monocle and combo with three piece suit that would makes you look wicked.


You shouldn't look down on student whose grade is worse. Grades isn't that matter.


I have always prone to headaches.


She paged through her slides with her remote.

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Can these sentences be practically used in spoken English? I'll just correct the English.You can decide whether you can imagine a context in which it would make sense to say this.


I saw it on TV. In Britain, there is the army club. They've got a commercial on telly.


It makes me feel more respected when people buy me a birthday present.


You should wear a monocle and a combo with a three-piece suit. That would make you look wicked.

I don't know what 'combo' means.


You shouldn't look down on a student whose grade is worse. Grades don't isn't that matter.


I have always been prone to headaches.


She paged through her slides with her remote.


Clive

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mosjathere is the army club.

What exactly does this mean?

mosjaThey've got commercial on telly.

commercials or adverts. You can choose one of these words.

mosjaIt makes me feel more respected when people buys me a birthday present.

buy.

mosjaYou should wear a monocle and combo with three piece suit that would makes you look wicked.

The yellow part does not make sense. Did you mean that you should wear a monocle and a three piece suit?

Yes.

mosjaI saw it on TV. In Britain, there is the army club. They've got commercial on telly.

The meaning of this is unclear. You should explain it. Television adverts exist for army recruitment but, nothing else related to the army.

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can I use "army recruitment"?

mosja

can I use "army recruitment"?

If that's exactly what you mean. You can try rewriting your sentence to include that, then someone can let you know if it's good.

I saw it on TV. In Britain, there is the army recruitment. They've got commercial on telly.


I thought the army was a club or something. I've got no expertise about military and stuffs.

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mosjaI thought the army was a club or something.

No, the nearest thing to that is the Army Cadet Force https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Army_Cadet_Force but, its teenage members are not members of the armed forces.

mosjaI saw it on TV. In Britain, there is the army recruitment. They've got recruitment commercials on telly.

This could be simplified buy deleting the red part and moving it between "got" and "commercial".


The simplest way to put it would be to say that In Britain, there are army recruitment commercials on telly.