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Could you please tell me teacher how to correctly write these 4 sentences please?

1 Are hotel offers no cleaning unless you stay a minimum of 7 nights. If so, you get one cleaning halfway through your stay either on the 3rd or 4th day, but apart from that you get no other cleaning.

2 Has the payment come through or are we sill waiting on them to pay us?

3 Can you guarantee me that no one will take my stuff?

4 This might change your opinion of him. This might make you see him differently.

Thank you so much
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1. I don't know what you mean by "cleaning".

2. Has the payment come through, or are we still waiting for them to pay us?

3. OK

4. The two sentences are correct and interchangeable.
I mean housekeeping Enoon, sorry in france the word we use translates to "cleaning"

Is there anything you would change in #1?

Thank you Enoon
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Your sentence number one is pretty good. I would tweak it only a little: Our hotel offers no room cleaning unless you stay a minimum of seven nights, in which case you get one cleaning halfway through your stay, either on the third or fourth day.
Many thank to you enoon,

I've been meaning to ask you a few questions that have been tormenting me and since you are so good at the grammar, I would like to know if you would give me a few minutes of your time for the few questions

1 The expiry date is too close.
2 Buy the product with the furthest expiry date, not the closest.
3 How close to the expiry date is too close.

1 The price the product scans at at the register is different from the price on the shelf.

1 Depending on the mood he's in, he either reads fiction or non fiction.
2 Whether he reads fiction or non fiction depends on the mood he is in.

In france, on the subway, sometimes you get off on the left side, sometimes on the right side depending on the station you are about to pull into. If someone where to ask you the question to which the formulation I am not sure of, the answer would be as follows: Passengers get off ON the right side.

ON is used in the answer. Is that correct? How come when writing the question: What side of the train do we get off ON? People say ON is wrong. I personally think it is right.

Or would it be "what side of the train do you get off (of/from)?

If you could help me with this, I really would be grateful.
Thank you so much
I don't know why I didn't see this before now.

"Expiry" is unusual here, but it is right. We say "expiration date".

1 The expiry date is too close. OK
2 Buy the product with the latest expiry date, not the earliest.
3 How close to the expiry date is too close?

1 The price the product scans at at the register is different from the price on the shelf. OK

1 Depending on the mood he's in, he either reads fiction or non-fiction. OK
2 Whether he reads fiction or non-fiction depends on the mood he is in. OK (and means the same as 1)

In France, on the subway, sometimes you get off on the left side, sometimes on the right side depending on the station you are about to pull into. If someone where to ask you the question to which the formulation I am not sure of, the answer would be as follows: Passengers get off ON the right side.
ON is used in the answer. Is that correct?
Yes.

How come when writing the question: What side of the train do we get off ON? People say ON is wrong. I personally think it is right. They say that because they are not fluent in English. It is "What side of the train do we get off on?"

Or would it be "what side of the train do you get off (of/from)? No.
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Thank you so much Enoon,

I had one other thing

Expiration date

These products have very long expiration dates. Is this natural?

Is the 2 ats natural?
1 The price the product scans at at the register is different from the price on the shelf.

As for ON

So you say

What side of the train do you get off on?
I get off on this side of the train.
Right?

Its funny because over the past year I've been telling people that I think ON is correct and even teachers on the forum said it was wrong, thank you so much Enoon so much

Ps
How do you express this

How do you say this in English?

You wake up during the night, but then you go back to bed and fall asleep just as soon, but if I turn the lights on, the light wakes me up for good.

The light will wake me up, so I don't turn it on when I wake up in the middle of the night to get something in the fridge.
There is no going back to sleep once the light are turned on. They wake me up.


Thank you so much Enoon
Hello Enoon,

I don't know if you were able to see this post, but if you get a chance could you take a look please?

I had one other thing

Expiration date

These products have very long expiration dates. Is this natural?

Is the 2 ats natural?
1 The price the product scans at at the register is different from the price on the shelf.
Could you tell me if this is natural please?

2 Supermarkets aren't allowed to sell product which expiry in less than 10 days./whose expiry dates are 10 days away.

As for ON

So you say

What side of the train do you get off on?
I get off on this side of the train.
Right?

Its funny because over the past year I've been telling people that I think ON is correct and even teachers on the forum said it was wrong, thank you so much Enoon so much

Ps
How do you express this

How do you say this in English?

You wake up during the night, but then you go back to bed and fall asleep just as soon, but if I turn the lights on, the light wakes me up for good.

The light will wake me up, so I don't turn it on when I wake up in the middle of the night to get something in the fridge.
There is no going back to sleep once the light are turned on. They wake me up.


Thank you so much Enoon
I don't know why I keep missing you like this. Sorry about that.

You wake up during the night, but then you go back to bed and fall asleep right away, but if you turn the lights on, the light wakes you up for good.

The light will wake me up, so I don't turn it on when I get up in the middle of the night to get something in the fridge. There is no going back to sleep once the light has been turned on. It wakes me up.
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