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Could you correct them please?

She always pick me apart about the essay.
I was selling pizza. three hours later, no takers.
She fell over to the table. So hilarious but look trage though.

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No. Here are correct versions.

She always pick me apart about the essay. She always picks my essays apart.
I was selling pizza. three hours later, no takers. I was selling pizza three hours later, but there were no takers.
She fell over to the table. So hilarious but look trage though.She fell over the table, which was hilarious although it looked tragic.

Clive

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I was selling pizza three hours later, but there were no takers.

She fell over the table, which was hilarious although it looked tragic.

How do we say these in spoken English? These seems to be in written form. It's kind of long.

I was selling pizza. three hours later, no takers.

She fell over the table. It was so hilarious, looked tragic though.

Is it OK to use this in spoken English?

She fell over the table

Does it has the same meaning as "She falls through table"

I was selling pizza three hours later, but there were no takers.

She fell over the table, which was hilarious although it looked tragic.

How do we say these in spoken English? These seems to be in written form. It's kind of long. They don't seem long to me. You are giving a lot of information.

I was selling pizza. three hours later, no takers.

She fell over the table. It was so hilarious, looked tragic though.

Is it OK to use this in spoken English?<<<<<< Yes. We often speak in sentence fragments.

Clive

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