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I have been asked what is wrong with these sentences and how they may have arisen

i) One speaks English here. (On a notice outside a shop)
ii) No one of them answered my letters.
iii) He’s used up all what I gave him.
iv) After lunch we went to shopping.
v) I have finished the composition this morning.
vi) Please take your dinner with us.
vii) I didn’t ate it because I am not eating pork.
viii) We enjoyed so much at the beach.
ix) The driver damaged his arm and three passengers were destroyed.
Only one was not wounded in the accident.
x) She leaves in an apartment.
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Guest,
Good answer! Emotion: smile
Jim
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I see you have posted this twice and not had any replies yet.

Perhaps this is because this is clearly a homework excercise? You won't learn if you get other people to do your work for you and I don't think that is what this forum is really for. Why don't you put up your best effort at these? I'm sure people will then be happy to help you develop them into the correct versions.
Students: Are you brave enough to let our tutors analyse your pronunciation?
 CalifJim's reply was promoted to an answer.
May I try for practising:
i) Only one person speaks English here. (On a notice outside a shop)
ii) No one of them answered my letters. OK
iii) He’s used up all what I gave him. OK
iv) After lunch we went shopping.
v) I have finished the composition this morning. OK
vi) Please take your dinner with us. (I don't know)
vii) I didn’t ate it because I am not eating pork. (it could be OK, at these moments I'm not doing that, but tomorrow I'll start to eat pork again)
viii) We enjoyed ouserlves so much at the beach.
ix) The driver injured his arm and three passengers were killed. (it's not a movie, isn't it?)
Only one was not wounded in the accident.
x) She is leaving the apartment.