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Could you please take a look at what I think of each sentence and help me correct them?

1 The more money you put down deposit, the lower your rent will be. NOT SURE

2 How much do you pay rent/rent do you pay? BOTH NATURAL

3 You make it seem as if your house is big. OK

4 It goes to show that just because you look healthy, doesn't mean you are. OK

5 They should invent a program that tells people what language others are speaking. OK

6 There is a store where you can buy it/There is a store you can buy it at. NOT SURE

7 I like it more when my juice is thick than liquidy. NOT SURE ABOUT "LIQUIDY"

8 It takes me faster to drink it if it's liquidy. DON'T KNOW

9 It takes longer to drink it if... OK

10 Exit A gives out onto the bottom of the street, Exit B the top of the street. NOT SURE

11 Your shirt is in the same spot you last left it. OK

12 I'll renovate your apartment but I want lower rent. (unnatural)

13 How does he know that/if it cost extra for sauce. BOTH I THINK

14 Why does he charge extra for that and not this, what's the difference in cost price between the 2 products for her to have charged extra for that. NO CLUE

15 She always wants to be right. Even when she's wrong about something, she thinks she right. OK I THINK

16 I have no proof as to when you arrived/no proof of when you arrived. BOTH BUT I LIKE "AS TO"

17 The essay needs working on. I'VE HEARD IT

18 We are better off buying him a ticket than having him sleep over. CORRECT

19 Apply the cream twice a day for whatever number of days until the tube is empty. NOT SURE OF "FOR WHATEVER NUMBER OF DAYS"

THANK YOU SO MUCH
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1 The more money you put down for a deposit (or "as a deposit"), the lower your rent will be.

2 How much rent do you pay? How much do you pay in rent? How much is your rent?

4 It goes to show that just because you look healthy, it doesn't mean you are.

6 There is a store you can buy it at. - Nonstandard.

7 I like it more when my juice has a lot of pulp.

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

I have no idea what you are trying to say; perhaps one of these:

a) Exit A lets you out at the street level, Exit B on the first floor of the building.

b) Exit A lets you out on the north side of the street; Exit B lets you out on the south side.
12 I'll renovate your apartment but I want lower rent. (or I want you to lower the rent)

13 How does he know that it costs extra for sauce?

Does he know if the sauce costs extra?

14 Three sentences:

Why does he charge extra for that and not this?

What's the difference in cost (price) between the 2 products?

Why was she charged extra for that?

15 She always wants to be right. Even when she's wrong about something, she thinks she's right.

19 Apply the cream twice a day until the tube is empty.
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Hi. I am not the original poster, but could you help me?

You wrote:

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

I have no idea what you are trying to say; perhaps one of these:

a) Exit A lets you out at the street level, Exit B on the first floor of the building.

b) Exit A lets you out on the north side of the street; Exit B lets you out on the south side.

My question: Could we connect what looks like (I could be wrong) two independent clauses with a comma in 10a?
It is not correct to connect two independent (main) clauses with a comma.

If you look carefully at (a), are there two independent clauses?

Compare with (b).
The answers provided by AlphapeccaStars seem satisfactory. Is there a sentence you wanted additional comment on?
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Thank you so much Alphecca for looking at this,

For 10

I'm talking about a mall, exit A lets you out at the top of X street, Exit B lets you out at the bottom of the street. When talking about a street, can you use bottom or top, I live at the top/bottom of the street?

and for 14

Can you make it one sentence and say:

If I want to continue the sentence, would I start the sentence with WHAT or IS THERE? how would you?

What's the difference in cost price between the 2 products for her to have charged extra for one and not the other?

What's the difference in cost price between the 2 products for her to justify charging more for one and not the other?
Is there a difference in cost price between the 2 products for her to have charged extra for one and not the other?

Is there a difference in cost price between the 2 products for her to justify charging more for one and not the other?

Thank you Alphecca
You have been asking for native's help and they have given you the correct guidance. No natives would

speak in this utterance.

What's the difference in cost price between the 2 products for her to have charged extra for one and not the other?

What's the difference in cost price between the 2 products for her to justify charging more for one and not the other?
Is there a difference in cost price between the 2 products for her to have charged extra for one and not the other?

Is there a difference in cost price between the 2 products for her to justify charging more for one and not the other?
Alphecca,

Could you please let me know what you think of "EXIT" sentence and for 14 if I were to add " for her to have charged extra for one and not the other" how would I have to start the sentence?

Thank you so much
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The problem with the EXIT sentence is that "top" and "bottom" do not apply to an ordinary street. Perhaps if it were on a hill, then it would make literal sense. Otherwise a street does not have a top or a bottom. For example, Lava Road runs up Mount Vesuvius. So you could say:

Exit A lets you out at the bottom of Lava Road; Exit B lets you out at the top.

As for #14. You want to put it all into one sentence. Here is one suggestion:

Is there a difference in the cost of the two products that justifies her charging more for one item than for the other?

Hope this helps.