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Could you please tell me what you think of these sentences? How you would say them?
I find most of them OK.

- If I have to buy you dinner in order to spend some time with you then fine. OK
- He stop making efforts when we started living together. OK
- You'll sleep better tonight if you don't take a nap this afternoon. OK
- I have more days off than day on which I work per week. I don't know
- I never plan/think that far ahead. OK
- I'm curious as to how you got so fat so quick. QUICKLY
- There can't be food stuck in your teeth. You'd feel it. OK
- There are particular dates/occasions that I will smoke on. (could you say this?) I don't know
- You can tell where she's from from/by the way she talks. FROM
- The faster you eliminate the threat the less hurt you will get.

Thank you
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- If I have to buy you dinner in order to spend some time with you then fine.

- He stopped making an effort when we started living together.

- You'll sleep better tonight if you don't take a nap this afternoon.

- I have more days off than days in which I work.

- I never plan/think that far ahead.

- I'm curious as to how you got so fat in so little time.

- There can't be food stuck between your teeth, you'd feel it.

- I will only smoke on special occasions.

- You can tell where she's from by the way she talks.

- The faster you eliminate the threat, the less pain you will feel.
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Hello Dave,

I had a question please?

This sentence sound off, you said is was ok??
How would you say this please?
1 I have more days off than days in which I work.

2 I have more days off work than day on/that I work every week.

THank you
I'd say the first. Your second has a mistake in it which I guess is a typo but ignoring that I'd say the first. If I were to say the second it would be very informal and would emit the second day to read; I have more days off work that on.
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But wouldn't it be

I have more days off than days ON which I work

ON and not IN?

Thank you
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