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Are these correct if not is it a frag, comma splice or what?

"We were already to go when the phone rang."

"Bob enjoys fishing, skiing, and likes to read."

"Either Joe or one of the girls are to bring their car."

"Barry would of liked to have been the class representative to the meeting."
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Well, this is just a try (the way I would say it) - any help of teachers?!

a) We were ready to go when the phone rang.
b) is ok, but I'd add "he": ... and (he) likes to read.
c) ...IS to bring the car. (?)
d) Barry would like to be the class representative of the meeting.
or Barry would have been the class representative of the meeting.
or Barry would have liked to be the class representative of the meeting.
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1. You probably meant "all ready" (which means that all the people were ready) instead of "already" (which means prior to the time when the phone rang).
2. I disagree with Pemmican. If you want to add the "he," you must say, "Bob enjoys fishing and skiing, and he likes to read." Otherwise, it is correct as you have it.
3. I agree with Pemmican here.
4. I would say, "Barry would have liked to have been the class... etc."