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Could you please help me correct these sentences grammatically?

1 I have an easier time gripping (onto) X with my gloves on. My gloves grip, and X won't slip out of my hand.

2 There was mud (stuck) under my shoes.

3 I can't wait until my day off.

4 There is enough paper in the printer to print out my book./for my book.

5 I love the way your name sounds when you spell it.

6 Now that the exams are over with, we can go out.

Thank you
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1 I have an easier time gripping X with my gloves on. My gloves grip, and X won't slip out of my hand.

2 There was mud on my shoes. Note: you "scrape the mud off of" your shoes

4 There is enough paper in the printer to print out my book.

5 I love the way your name sounds when you spell it.

The others are Ok.
Is it correct to say

"Now that the exams are over with, we can go out"

Why leave the "with"? I've heard it before but not sure.

Thank you
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With or without the with is fine.
Thank you CSnyder.

Could you if you have a sec, tell me if you are ok with the other corrections, as I don't know why it wouldn't be "under shoes" etc...

thank you so much
Hello CSnyder,

I wanted to ask if you could help me with a thread, I'm having tense problems

http://www.EnglishForward.com/English/HavingTenseProblems/qvjgr/post.htm

Thank you so much for everything.
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Any corrections I didn't comment on are ones I generally agree with. Mud gets stuck on your shoes, even if it's stuck on the soles of your shoes (i.e. under them). I can't really tell you why.