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Could someone please help me correct these 5 sentences?

1 The hearing aid isn't adapted/adjusted to his ear.


2 Don't assume I'm willing to do that.

3 I like it more when she's the one getting yelled at rather than me.
4 Don't tell me your jokes are funny. You're not the judge of that, the listener is. They are the judge of whether it's funny or not.

I'm having trouble with the bold:

5 My credit card withdrawals didn't appear on my back account right away and in the meantime I had deposited money into my account. So my balance read more than I actually had since the bank hadn't taken into account my latest withdrawals and since I owed an establishment some money they seized what I owed them. Basically because of the lag between when I withdrew money from my account and the transaction appeared on my account, I found myself overdrawn and paying fees to the bank.

Thank you
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1 The hearing aid isn't adapted/ adjusted to his ear.

2 Don't assume I'm willing to do that. [ok]


3 I like it more when she's the one getting yelled at rather than me. [ok]
4 Don't tell me your jokes are funny. You're not the judge of that, the listener is. They are the judge of whether it's funny or not. [ok]

5 My credit card withdrawals didn't appear on my back account right away and in the meantime I had deposited money into my account. So my balance read more than I actually had since the bank hadn't taken into account my latest withdrawals, and since I owed an establishment some money they seized what I owed them. Basically because of the lag between when I withdrew money from my account and the transaction appearing on my account, I found myself overdrawn and paying fees to the bank.
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As stated elsewhere, except for the first sentence, the others are okay.
However, I would word the first sentence thus: "The hearing aid doesn't fit his ear." (It can be adjusted to fit or adapted to fit, but both words are unnecessary.)

There are two ways to correct your paragraph. First, some minor grammatical changes (you need to break up the sentences into logical units).

My credit card withdrawals didn't appear in on my bank account right away and, in the meantime, I had deposited money into my account. So mMy balance read more than I actually had since the bank hadn't taken into account my latest withdrawals. and s Since I owed an establishment some money, they also withdrew seized what I owed them. Basically because of the lag between when I withdrew money from my account and when the transaction appeared on my account, I found myself overdrawn and paying fees to the bank

But your paragraph is confusing in another way. It is not clear what the underlying story is. One of the problems is what point you want to make about having put money into your account. Is it that you didn't put enough money in? Or that you were going to make a deposit but you didn't act soon enough?
Here is one version of your story:

My credit card withdrawals didn't show up in my bank account right away, so my balance read more than I actually had. Later, the bank transferred funds to an establishment that I owed money to. Then, when my credit card charges registered, I was overdrawn. Basically, I had to pay overdraft fees to the bank because of the confusion caused by the lag between when I ran up the charges and when the transactions appeared in my account.
Hello Doctor D,

Hope all is well,

I had asked you this one question but can't find it, I don't remember what you had told me about this grammatically?

The further into the night we go, the fuzzier everything seems. I remember everything up until 10pm and after that it gets fuzzy. (telling a friend about last night)

I wanted to know if you could help me with 2 threads I've been struggling with pretty please?

http://www.EnglishForward.com/English/CouldCorrectTheseSentences/qcbxh/post.htm

http://www.EnglishForward.com/English/NeedExtremeGrammarPlease/qcgbr/post.htm

Thank you Doctor D so much