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This pod has a tough casing, and it is difficult to tear it.

Yesterday I was sick until then you gave me that medicine.

She lives in a far away/far-off Africa from here.

I can scare out of him from my home, but I am afraid my mother will scold me.

I will go to London, and will return/back immediately, may be tomorrow itself.

Are these sentences correct?
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User_garyThis pod has a tough casing, and it is difficult to tear it.
Correct

Yesterday I was sick until then you gave me that medicine.
Yesterday I was sick until you gave me that medicine.

She lives in a far away/far-off Africa from here.
She lives in far-off Africa.

I can scare out of him from my home, but I am afraid my mother will scold me.
I can scare him out of my home but I am afraid my mother will scold me.

I will go to London, and will return/back immediately, may be tomorrow itself.
I will go to London and return immediately, maybe tomorrow.

Are these sentences correct?
Thank you Wanvo.
I can scare out of him from my home, but I am afraid my mother will scold me.

I can scare him out of my home but I am afraid my mother will scold me.

Why you don't put a comma before "but" which is a co-ordinating conjunction?
I will go to London, and will return/back immediately, may be tomorrow itself.

I will go to London and return immediately, maybe tomorrow.

If I want to stress the situation, can't I use "itself" after tomorrow?