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Could you please help me with this? Tell me which to say?

1 I found out right before she killed him that she was the murderer./right before she was about to kill him that she was the murderer.

2 They scored 10 minutes before/to/till the end of the match.

3 I'm 3 episodes to/till/before the end of the Show's season 1.
4 I'm all for embracing different ethnicity. (how would you say this? and what does it mean?)

5 Becauwse of your squint, your eye might see the cursor on the other side of the page when in reality its on the total opposite side.

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alc24 1 I found out right before she killed him that she was the murderer./right before she was about to kill him that she was the murderer.
Either one works, depending on when you found out. But we have to assume that she is guilty of a string of prior murders, not the one which hasn't yet happened.

That is, you can't be a murderer if you haven't committed a murder.
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alc24Could some take a llok at these sentences for me please?

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I know it may sound harsh but this is the truth.

If you want people to take your sentences seriously and help you, you need to show that you are serious about improving them. You have way too many questions (with repeated mistakes) which are quite distracting and overwhelming for people to look at. But they still helped. But I have yet to observe any apparent progress because you are too busy creating more questions without first digesting the asnwers given to you for the previous questions. In essence, it's a wasted effort. You need to slow down so that people can feel that their effort is producing positive results.

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