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Hi,

I have made some questions relating to culture shock. But as I believe I have not made many errors grammatically, I don't think they are really natural. So I need help.

1. Have you ever heard or experienced a culture shock?

2. It is not unusual to live with someone as an unmarried couple in many western countries. What do you think about that?

3. In many western countries, it is very common not to live with parents after marriage. What’s your opinion?

4. In many western countries, most of the young people over 18 seek for independence from their parents’ care as they believe they are fully capable of supporting themselves. What do you think about that?

5. In certain countries, grapping friends’ hand isn’t something that is not unusual especially among women, but in most of the western countries, if the same gender grabs the same gender’s hand while walking on a street, most other people watching them think they are homosexual. What do you think about that? What's your opinion?

6. In US and Japan, majority of the people don’t really care about their partners’ past. (e.g. divorce ) But in certain countries, majority of the people still do care about their partners’ past. So it's very much an obsticles for the people divorced to get married again. What do you think about that?

Thanks in advance.
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1. Have you ever experienced or heard of culture shock?

2. In many western countries, it is not unusual for a man and woman to live as a couple, and not be married. . What do you think about that?

3. In many western countries, it is very common for young married couples to live away from their parents. What’s your opinion?

4. In many western countries, most of the young people over 18 seek for independence from their parents care as they believe they are fully capable of supporting themselves. What do you think about that?

5. In certain countries, holding a friend's hand while walking down the street isn't unusual, especially when it's a woman holding another woman's hand, but in most of the western countries, if the handholding is between people of the same gender, most observers think they are probably homosexual. What do you think about that?

6. In the United States and Japan, a majority of the people don’t really care about their partner's past (e.g. divorce). But in certain countries, a majority of the people still do care. about their partners’ past. So a previous divorce becomes a real obstacle for those who wish to marry.again. What do you think about that?
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here are the corrected sentences. some i just edit to make it sound better in my opinion. the capitalized portions are edited.

1. Have you ever HEARD OF or experienced a culture shock?

3. In many western countries, it is very common not to live with parents after marriage. What IS your opinion ON THAT?

4. In many western countries, most of the young people over 18 seek for independence from their PARENTS as they believe they are fully capable of supporting themselves. What do you think about that?

5. In certain countries, GRASPING A FRIEND'S hand isn’t something that IS UNUSUAL especially among women, but in most of the western countries, if the same gender grabs the same gender’s hand while walking on a street, most other people watching them WOULD THINK THEY ARE homosexual. What do you think about that?

6. In US and Japan, THE majority of the people don’t really care about their PARTNER'S past. (e.g. divorce ) But in certain countries, the majority of the people CARE about their PARTNER'S past. So it's very much an OBSTACLE for the people divorced to get married again. What do you think about that?

Actually, for the 6th sentence, I would completely rewrite it like this:

Unlike most other countries, the majority of the people in the US and Japan would not care that much about their partner's history.
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Thanks, Hhsuey and davkett .
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