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Could you please make these sentences grammatical please?

1 Whether rich or poor, you have a shot at success.
2 Though you're the favorite now, you can easily become the underdog.
3 Is that really a cause for divorce?
4 I'd rather be disappointed than disappoint.
5 I believe in the good in people, but sometimes I shouldn't.
6 Who created existence? (can you say this?)
7 As the date of the wedding gets closer/nears, I get more scared.
8 What is the date of the wedding?/What's the wedding date?
9 He made it disappear through/by/with sleight of hand.
10 I work 3 days in a row every 2 week, other than/apart from that I never work more than 2 days in a row.
11 I wasn't standing at that exact spot which is why you didn't see me.

Thank you
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Most of these look good.

1 Whether rich or poor, you have a chance at success.
2 Though you're the favorite now, you can easily become the underdog.
3 Is that really a cause for divorce?
4 I'd rather be disappointed than to disappoint.
5 I believe in the good in people, but sometimes I shouldn't.
6 Who created existence?
7 As the date of the wedding gets closer, the fear of it becomes stronger.
8 What is the date of the wedding?
9 He made it disappear through sleight of hand.
10 I work 3 days in a row one week, and 2 days in a row the next week.
11 I wasn't standing at that exact spot, which is why you didn't see me.
Here are the sentences where I have something to suggest:

2. Though you're the favorite now, you can could easily become the underdog.

4. I'd rather be disappointed than disappoint others.

7. As the date of the wedding gets closer/nears, I get more scared.
As the wedding draws nearer, I become more afraid.

10. I work 3 days in a row every 2 week, other than/apart from that I never work more than 2 days in a row.
I work three days in a row every other week. Other than/apart from that, I never work more than two days in a row.
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Hello Doctor D,

One quick question

Is there nothing wrong with 5 or 6, as I'm a bit iffy

Ps if you have a few minutes could you help me with this thread please?

http://www.EnglishForward.com/English/CouldTheseSentencesCorrect/pwhdj/post.htm

Thank you so much Doctor D
Your 5 and 6 are okay, although for clarity, you might want to capitalize "Existence" (meaning, all that exists).
Thank you Doctor D,

But why capitalize Existence?

Could you please help me with this 2 threads, it's really short the first one.

http://www.EnglishForward.com/English/CouldTheseSentences/pwjrr/post.htm

This one I'm having major trouble with as they are complicated for me.
http://www.EnglishForward.com/English/CouldTheseSentencesCorrect/pwhdj/post.htm

thank you Doctor D

Ps where in the United States are you from?

I used to live in California.

Alex
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I might capitalize Existence to indicate that I am using the word as a proper noun.

(I live in the greater Los Angeles area of California.)
Hello Doctor D,

How are you?

Could you please help me with this following thread it has 6 sentences please?

http://www.EnglishForward.com/English/CanSomeoneCorrectHardSentences/pmdrg/post.htm

This thread someone looked at, but what he said doesn't sound right, could you please go over it pretty please?

http://www.EnglishForward.com/English/HardSentencesChoosingRightWord/xhhcd/post.htm

Thank you so much Doctor D