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The curtain is not in proper place, please put it in proper place.
The curtain is moved to the side, please put it in proper place.
The curtain is blown away, please put it in proper place.
The curtain is staying in the half, please move it to cover all the door.


Please correct my sentences and also suggest me a good version or more colloquial version for the same. Also tell me are there any word to replace "put it in proper place"?
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Really we'd say "Please fix the curtain."
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Hi friends,
Could you please correct these sentences?
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User_garyThe curtain is not in a proper place, please put it in proper place[please straighten it/set it properly].
Acceptable, but repetition never sounds good.
User_garyThe curtain is moved to the side, please put it in proper place[please pull it down/draw it down].
User_garyThe curtain is blown away, please put it in proper place.
Both my suggestions will do.
User_garyThe curtain is staying in the half, please move it to cover all the door.
The curtain covers half the doorway, please pull it down.
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Thank you Fandorin and Grammar Greek.
I feel "fix the curtain" would be more simple.

But anyway I would also like to know how to say when it's just covers only quarter, and more than half say 75%.

E.g.
When it is halfway,
we say, "The curtain covers half the doorway"
So what if it is quarter i.e. 25%, and .......... 75%.

I guess it is :
"The curtain covers quarter the doorway"
"The curtain covers ........... the doorway".

I don't know the word to express 75% like quarter for 25%.
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User_garyI don't know the word to express 75% like quarter for 25%.
Seventy five per cent is"three-quarters".

But it sounds bizarre [:^)] to estimate so precisely to what extent curtain covers the doorway.
User_gary"The curtain covers .. the doorway".
The curtain covers three-quarters of the doorway.