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Could you please help me with these sentences grammatically?

1 These pants look as good on you as they did before.
2 American women dress up better than europeans on speacial occasions, when they go out etc, but europeans dress better in everyday life.
3 The cat clawing my hand in the dream reflects itself as a hand that's fallen asleep. (in the dream the cat claws my hand, I wake up and my hands fallen asleep.)
4 My bet reflects my hand. If I bet a lot, I have strong cards, if I bet small, I have weak cards.
5 He makes a little less than 500 dollars more than me.
6 The type of jobs we have to offer doesn't correspond to your studies/has nothing to do with your studies
7 Every year exra we are together, we'll have an extra glass of champagne. After 30 years of marriage we'll have to drink 30 glasses. (this sounds off)

8 If you want us to pay for your course, the course has to something to do with your line of work.
9 The days that the robberies happened, he was off work./Every time the robberies took place, he was off work. Don't you find that odd?

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Here are my suggestions.

1 These pants look as good on you as they did before. (Okay)

2 American women dress up better than europeans on speacial occasions, when they go out etc, but europeans dress better in everyday life.
American women dress better than Europeans for special occasions (when they go out dining, etc) but Europeans dress better in everyday life. (Europeans is capitalized).

3 The cat clawing my hand in the dream reflects itself as a hand that's fallen asleep. (in the dream the cat claws my hand, I wake up and my hands fallen asleep.)
The cat clawing my hand in the dream is a reflection of a hand that's fallen asleep. (In the dream, the cat claws my hand. I wake up and my hand has fallen asleep.)

4 My bet reflects my hand. If I bet a lot, I have strong cards, if I bet small, I have weak cards.
(Okay, except use a semicolon between the "if" phrases ...strong cards; if I bet small..."]

5 He makes a little less than 500 dollars more than me. (Informally okay, but exact grammar would be "more than I" ("more than I do" is the understood wording).

6 The type of jobs we have to offer doesn't correspond to your studies/has nothing to do with your studies
I would say "doesn't match what you have studied." Or, to word it differently: Your studies have not prepared you for the type of jobs we have to offer."

7 Every year exra we are together, we'll have an extra glass of champagne. After 30 years of marriage we'll have to drink 30 glasses. (this sounds off)

For every year we are together, we'll have a glass of champagne. After 30 years of marriage, we'll have to drink 30 glasses. (Does this say what you mean?)

8 If you want us to pay for your course, the course has to something to do with your line of work.
If you want us to pay for your course, it has to support your line of work. (or, the long way: it has to have something to do with your line of work.)

9 The days that the robberies happened, he was off work./Every time the robberies took place, he was off work. Don't you find that odd?
On the days when the robberies happened, he was off work. Whenever a robbery took place, he was off work. Don't you find that odd?
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A few questions I had if that's ok?

3 The cat clawing my hand in the dream reflects itself as a hand that's fallen asleep. (in the dream the cat claws my hand, I wake up and my hands fallen asleep.)
The cat clawing my hand in the dream is a reflection of a hand that's fallen asleep. (In the dream, the cat claws my hand. I wake up and my hand has fallen asleep.)

What does reflection mean hear?
does it mean "in the dream the cat claws my hand, I wake up and my hands fallen asleep."

7 Every year exra we are together, we'll have an extra glass of champagne. After 30 years of marriage we'll have to drink 30 glasses. (this sounds off)

For every year we are together, we'll have a glass of champagne. After 30 years of marriage, we'll have to drink 30 glasses. (Does this say what you mean?)

I'm trying to say that every year you drink an extra glass, by year 30 you drink 30 glasses on your anniversary if that is possible. lol

I had 2 other question:

How would express these?

- In my first dream, I owned a big house that had gotten robbed. In my second dream I was trying to get to the police to tell them about it. It seemed like the first dream reflected itself in the second one. In the second dream it felt like I was the same person I was in the first dream. (had 2 dreams in the same night and it felt like they were connected)

- Noise that one makes around someone who is sleeping might reflect itself differently in that person's dream. For example, if the door bell rings while a person is sound asleep and dreaming, then he or she might see that same doorbell as a bomb if he or she is dreaming about chaos.

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My comments on your questions above.

The cat clawing my hand in the dream is a reflection of a hand that's fallen asleep. (In the dream, the cat claws my hand. I wake up and my hand has fallen asleep.)
What does reflection mean here hear?

It means simply that what happens in real life is reflected in your dream. If you want to say it another way, you could say something like "A hand that's fallen asleep may appear in your dream as a cat clawing at your hand." Or "is translated by your dream into a cat clawing at your hand."

7 Every year exra we are together, we'll have an extra glass of champagne. After 30 years of marriage we'll have to drink 30 glasses. (this sounds off)

For every year we are together, we'll have a glass of champagne. After 30 years of marriage, we'll have to drink 30 glasses. (Does this say what you mean?)

I'm trying to say that every year you drink an extra glass, by year 30 you drink 30 glasses on your anniversary if that is possible. lol
Then perhaps we should say: "For every year we are together, we'll have an additional glass of champagne. After 30 years of marriage, we'll have to drink 30 glasses."

How would express these?

- In my first dream, I owned a big house that had gotten robbed. In my second dream I was trying to get to the police to tell them about it. It seemed like the first dream reflected itself in the second one. In the second dream it felt like I was the same person I was in the first dream. (had 2 dreams in the same night and it felt like they were connected)
I would say:
"In my first dream, I owned a big house that had gotten robbed. In my second dream, I was trying to get to the police to tall them about it. It seemed like the first dream was continued in the second dream. I felt like I was the same person in both dreams."

Noise that one makes around someone who is sleeping might reflect itself differently in that person's dream. For example, if the door bell rings while a person is sound asleep and dreaming, then he or she might see that same doorbell as a bomb if he or she is dreaming about chaos.

Noise that one makes while around a sleeper might be changed in that person's dream. For example, if a door bell rings while someone is sound asleep and dreaming, then he or she might hear that same door bell as a bomb.
Thank you so much for everything, it's helped me so much.
Could I ask you one thing please?

I'm having trouble making this paragraph natural would you help me with it please?

- The mouth piece you are given is moulded to the shape of your teeth. If you don't wear that mouth piece for a year after getting braces, your teeth have a chance of going back to their old position. If your tooth protruded, it might go back to its protruding position. If your tooth was set back from the rest, it'll move back.

Everything above is very clear thank you

I was going through my threads,

these need correcting,

If you are up to it, it would be nice, I don't want to abuse your kindness, but if you feel like it or have time, they are very short.

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As for the paragraph, it is more or less okay as is.

- The mouth piece you are given is moulded to the shape of your teeth. If you don't wear that mouth piece for a year after getting braces, your teeth have a chance of going back to their old position. If your tooth protruded, it might go back to its protruding position. If your tooth was set back from the rest, it'll move back.

But here is a variation, if that helps.

Your mouthpiece is molded to fit the new alignment of your teeth. If you fail to wear it for at least a year after getting your braces, your teeth could slip back to their old positions. Without the mouthpiece, a protruding or a recessed tooth might revert to its old, misaligned position.