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Could you please help me make these sentences natural?

1 I know what it's like thinking you're going to go somewhere and ending up not going.

2 He's the person who did best for himself. He's successful.

3 I make a living off/on that.

4 From what I've seen, it isn't great, and there is no way to make it good. (movie script)

5 Exit A gives out onto the bottom of the street, Exit B gives out onto the top of the street.

6 My hands don't seem to burn/seem to be affected by hot water. I can't put them under hot water and they won't burn.

7 I'm going to make/get him to believe that she doesn't want to talk to him.

Thank you
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1 I know what it's like thinking you're going to go somewhere and ending up not going. [ok]

2 He's the person who did best for himself. He's successful. [ok]

3 I make a living off/from that.

4 From what I've seen, it isn't great, and there is no way to make it good. (movie script) [ok]

5 Exit A goes out onto the bottom of the street, Exit B goes out onto the top of the street.

I prefer:

Exit A is onto the bottom of the street. Exit B is onto the top of the street.

6 My hands don't seem to seem to be affected by hot water. I can't put them under [hot water] and they won't burn.

7 I'm going to make him believe that she doesn't want to talk to him. [or "get him to believe"]
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"Exit A is onto" is that how you say it in New zealand? I really don't know how to say it naturally? Tell me how you would express it, not looking at my sentence?

what about

Exit A lets you out at the bottom....