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Could you please help me this?

1 The further you walk, the longer you have to wait. If you have to wait 5 minutes for the bus at the first stop. If you walk to the next stop you'll have to wait longer as you'll be further (away) than the first stop.
2 It takes me longer to walk to the next stop than it does the bus to drive to the next stop.
3 This song get me daydreaming/makes me daydream about winning the noble prize one day.
4 I'll get halfway home before the bus.
5 I was on the bus filming the scenic view as the bus drove its route.

thank you
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alc24Could you please help me this?

1 The further you walk, the longer you have to wait. If you have to wait 5 minutes for the bus at the first stop. (not a sentence) If you walk to the next stop you'll have to wait longer as you'll be further (away) than from the first stop.
2 It takes me longer to walk to the next stop than it does takes the bus to drive to the next stop.
3 This song get gets me daydreaming/makes me daydream about winning the noble prize one day.
4 I'll get halfway home before the bus. (before the bus what??)

5 I was on the bus filming the scenic view as the bus drove its route.

thank you

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Sure.

1. The further you walk, the longer you have to wait. (Good, no errors, unless you want to tell us what we are waiting for, and what we are walking to or from:) The further you walk from the bus stop, the longer you have to wait for the bus.

You have to wait 5 minutes for the bus at the first stop (This sentence does not need an if because you are telling us already that we have to wait five minutes. That is a statement . If you want the sentence to be conditional, you could write:) If you wait at the first bus stop, you have to wait for 5 minutes for the bus.

If you walk to the next stop, you'll have to wait a longer amount of time for the bus because it is farther away from the bus's first stop. (The grammar in the sentence you wrote is actually very good, but instead of writing than you should try from when writing about traveling distances.)

2. It takes longer for me to walk to the next stop than it does for the bus to drive to the next stop. (You are being given the longer and the implied time that comes with it. Pretty weird, huh? English can be very strange.)

3. This song makes me dream of winning the Nobel Prize one day. (For a present tense verb like this to agree with the singular noun of song you put an s on the end of the verb. If it was a plural noun, like songs then the verb would not have an s at the end. Example: The bear eats fish, and the bears eat fish.)

4. I think you mean to write: I'll get halfway home before the bus arrives. (You want to tell the reader what the bus is doing.)

5. I was on the bus filming the scenic view as it drove its route. (The bus can be called it because you have already used the bus once in this sentence. The bus would be the antecedent of it.)

Nice job overall though. I hope this helped.
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Thanks to both of you.

for 4 , I'm trying to say

I'll get half way home before the bus does (gets half way to my house.)

and for 5
would it be

... drives it's route /runs it's route.

thank you