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Could someone take a look at these for me please?

1 In what/which episode does she get murdered?
2 What is a crow the sybol of? (can you end with a preposition?)
3 I sold it for the price I bought it for/at.
4 After retail stores, the internet is the second biggest place where people shop during the holidays.
5 I forgot what the last thingt I wrote was.
6 Detonate a bomb from a distance/at a distance./ I could open her parachute from a distance. There is a camera in the parachute and I'm the one who opens her parachute when I think fit.
7 I don't eat as much as an adolescent but not as little as an elderly.
8 After the scene you pulled in public today, you'll have someonthing to think about when you're sleeping on the couch tonight.
9 Your teeth will be as white as if you had shelled out 500 dollars at the dentist.
10 Always follow your first instinct/impression.
11 He didn't charge his phone enough which is why he's run out of battery.
12 When you're freezing cold rub your hands on/against your body to warm.
13 No one lives under/below us. (apartment)
14 Look what your parents think of me/see me as; a deadbeat kind of guy who rubs off on their son.

15 Don't lower/reduce/abese yourself before these people. They'll just make you feel worse.

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3. for

7. older person

10. instinct

12/ against

13. below

14. ???

15. lower, reduce, debase....ok
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Students: We have free audio pronunciation exercises.
1. Which is proper, but what is common

2. Yes. It's not a strict rule of English. You can't end a sentence with a preposition which has no function...eg "Where do you live at?"

3. either one

4. biggest is strange, maybe "second most popular place for people to"

5. gramatically technically ok, but better would be 'forgot the last thing I wrote'.

6. from

7. old person

8. ok

9. ok

10. instinct, but what's the context?

11.

12. on

13.

14. see me as: a deadbeat who

15. ?
Here are my preferences:
1 In what/which episode does she get murdered?
2 What is a crow the symbol of? (can you end with a preposition?) <You can, but better to avoid. "The crow is a symbol of what?">
3 I sold it for the price I bought it for/at. <for. Or say, "I sold it for the price I paid for it.">
4 After retail stores, the internet is the second biggest place where people shop during the holidays. <"After" implies "second," so "second" is not needed.>
5 I forgot what the last thingt I wrote was. <Okay, but spellcheck: thing.>
6 Detonate a bomb from a distance/at a distance./ I could open her parachute from a distance. There is a camera in the parachute and I'm the one who opens her parachute when I think fit.
7 I don't eat as much as an adolescent but not as little as an elderly. <elderly is an adjective. So either: the elderly or an elderly person.>
8 After the scene you pulled in public today, you'll have someonthing something to think about when you're sleeping on the couch tonight. <I would say while rather than when.>
9 Your teeth will be as white as if you had shelled out 500 dollars at the dentist. <okay>
10 Always follow your first instinct/impression.
11 He didn't charge his phone enough which is why he's run out of battery.
<"...why his battery ran out.">
12 When you're freezing cold<,>rub your hands on/against your body to warm <up>.
13 No one lives under/below us. (apartment) <either. I perfer below>
14 Look <at> what your parents think of me. /see me as; <They see me as a> deadbeat kind of guy who rubs off on their son. <Better to simplify: "Your parents think of me as/see me as a deadbeat kind of guy who rubs off on their son.">

15 Don't lower/reduce/abese yourself before these people. They'll just make you feel worse. <lower or abase>