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please help!!!

1. I had very nice lunch and wine and it made me very full up and I'm no more hungry.

( should it be, I had a very nice lunch with wine and it made me very full so I'm no more hungry)?

2.I'm deceived for answer as quickly.

( i DON'T KNOW AT ALL)

3.Where I stay the wife is a very good cooker.

(don't know)

4.The weather gets warmer in summer isn't it?

( is it correct if i write -The weather gets warmer in summer ,doesn't it?)
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I had a very nice lunch with wine, and it made me very full, so I'm not hungry anymore.

deceived ...??? (I don't understand this one.) I am eager to receive the answer as soon as possible???

Where I stay, the wife is a very good cook.

The weather gets warmer in summer, doesn't it? (not "isn't it?")

I hope that helps.

CJ
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"Where I stay, the wife is a very good cook". Is it "the wife" or "my wife"?
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I don't know. I don't stay there! Emotion: smile

If I stay with a married couple (live at the home of a married couple), and I'm not married to either one of them, I imagine it's "the wife".

If it were my wife, there would be no point in saying "where I stay". I would just say "My wife is a very good cook".

If you are renting a room somewhere, and meals are part of the payment, probably a more idiomatic way to say it is "Where I stay, the landlady is a good cook" or, even more simply, "My landlady is a good cook".
(Her husband is called the "landlord", by the way, in case you are not familiar with these words.)

CJ
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