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Are the grammar sentences below correct with the use of the underlined verb and so on?

Verb

The supermarket is closer to the bus terminal than to my house.
John is much closer to Carol than Jamie
John walked closer towards the window

The swimmer said that he swam for more than three hours.
Kevin bought three apples today
John has to be at the airport by three pm today

No one likes him because he likes to tell lies.
Please don’t tell anyone about the incident
I will tell you a secret today

Joan had a very bad toothache yesterday.
John had made a lot of money from his business
I had bought a house since last year

Adjectives

Our television is not working properly.
John is working for a big company
The radio is still working properly

He walks along the path in park every morning.
The apple does not taste good
The house is too big

We heard the bad news and cried.
The fruit smells bad
He is a bad person

We threw the litter into the dustbin. We want to keep the place clean
He is a very clean person
Those are clean clothing

Preposition

Who is dancing in the hall?
The house is located in Kenny Hills
There are five rooms in the house

He jumped into the lake and started swimming.
Please throw the rubbish into the dustbin
John fell into a big drain
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Solomon_13000Are the grammar sentences below correct with the use of the underlined verb and so on?

Verb

The supermarket is closer to the bus terminal than to my house.
John is much closer to Carol than Jamie
John walked closer towards the window
is, walked = verbs

The swimmer said that he swam for more than three hours.
Kevin bought three apples today
John has to be at the airport by three pm today.
said, swam, bought, has to be = verbs

No one likes him because he likes to tell lies.
Please don’t tell anyone about the incident. OK
I will tell you a secret today. OK

Joan had a very bad toothache yesterday. OK
John had made a lot of money from his business. (main verb = made)
I had bought a house since last year. (main verb = bought)

Adjectives

Our television is not working properly.
John is working for a big company
The radio is still working properly
is = auxiliary verb
working = main verb


He walks along the path in park every morning.
The apple does not taste good
The house is too big
the = definite article

We heard the bad news and cried.
The fruit smells bad
He is a bad person
OK

We threw the litter into the dustbin. We want to keep the place clean
He is a very clean person
Those are That is clean clothing
OK

Preposition

Who is dancing in the hall?
The house is located in Kenny Hills
There are five rooms in the house
OK

He jumped into the lake and started swimming.
Please throw the rubbish into the dustbin
John fell into a big drain
OK
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Solomon, do you think you would work just one part of speech at a time? Your posts are quite long. You will get more responses if you keep them shorter and focusced on one point. Thank you!
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I will divide the questions and post them seperately in my future post.
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