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HI, can someone please check the below description and let me know if you spot any grammar mistakes.

In Home Alone 1, an eight-year-old troublemaker must protect his house from a pair of burglars. In Home Alone 2, he battled the same burglars when they attempted to rob a toy store in New York City.

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The plots of films, books etc. are normally explained in the present tense. Your first sentence follows this convention, but then the second sentence unexpectedly switches to past tense.

It is good style to put the titles of films, books etc. in italics.

Otherwise it is OK.

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I have revised the sentence with present tense.

In Home Alone 1, an eight-year-old troublemaker must protect his house from a pair of burglars. In Home Alone 2, he learns some lessons against the two burglars.

anonymoushe learns some lessons against the two burglars.

This doesn't make sense to me.

How about this:

In Home Alone 1, an eight-year-old troublemaker must protect his house from a pair of burglars. In Home Alone 2, he sets up a plan to put them behind bars once again.

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Please ignore the previous reply, and take a look at the current correction. very sorry.

In Home Alone 1, a young troublemaker must protect his house from two burglars. In Home Alone 2, he bumps into the same two burglars and sets up a plan to put them behind bars.

anonymousIn Home Alone 1, a young troublemaker must protect his house from two burglars. In Home Alone 2, he bumps into the same two burglars and sets up a plan to put them behind bars.

This one is OK.