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Can I say,

(a) Yesterday night was a quiet night. Simon was all alone in his house reading his favourite storybook. His parents had gone to attend a wedding dinner held by his cousin. He put a cup of hot drink and a basket of fruit on the table in front of him.

(b) After three hours, Simon saw some dark figures moving outside his house. He was frightened and scared. He quickly switched on the light outside his house. Then, he went to the window to see who was there.

(c) When Simon looked out, he saw his parents. They looked confuse and worry. They had forgotten to bring the house keys before went to the wedding dinner. Simon quickly opened the door. His parents were very grateful to Simon. He was very happy.
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(a) Last night was quiet. Simon was all alone in his house reading his favourite storybook. His parents had gone to his cousin's wedding dinner. He had a hot drink and a basket of fruit on the table in front of him.

(b) After three hours, Simon saw dark figures moving outside his house. He was frightened. He quickly switched on the light outside his house. Then, he went to the window to see who was there.

(c) When Simon looked out, he saw his parents. They looked confused and worried. They had forgotten to take their house keys when they went to the wedding dinner. Simon quickly opened the door. His parents were very grateful to him. He was very happy.
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Neeraj JainIn sentence (a), I think that it should be "a basket of fruits" instead of "a basket of fruit.". "basket of fruit" is the correct collocation.

In sentence (c), can the third sentence be rephrased as:

They had forgotten to take their house keys while/before going when they went to the wedding dinner.

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In sentence (a), I think that it should be "a basket of fruits" instead of "a basket of fruit.".

In sentence (c), can the third sentence be rephrased as:

They had forgotten to take their house keys while/before going to the wedding dinner.
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Neeraj JainIn sentence (a), I think that it should be "a basket of fruits" instead of "a basket of fruit.".
We say 'You must eat more fruit ( not 'fruits' ) and vegetables. 'Fruits' is used to refer to different types of fruit, e.g. Apples, oranges and pears are fruits. That's why it should be 'a basket of fruit'.