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Could you check for me if I have made any mistakes in these grammar and patterns, pls?


Police trace / track criminals for their job. (Both words are commonly used?)

Hunters trail animals as a nature.

He has an accident and needed a help.

There is a camera mounted / instilled in the wall. (Both words are correct?)

There is a light hanging in the ceiling.

There is a sign saying that "no smoking".

There is someone telling me be quiet in the class.


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The job of the police is to trace / track criminals. (Both words are commonly used? No. More common is eg catch.)

Hunters track trail animals as a nature. I don't understand 'as a nature'.

He had an accident and needed some help.

There is a camera mounted / instilled on the wall. (Both words are correct?) Yes

There is a light hanging from the ceiling.

There is a sign saying "no smoking".

There is someone telling me be quiet in the class.

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John AkiThere is a camera mounted / instilled in the wall. (Both words are correct?)

No.

Mounted on the wall.
Installed, not instilled.

There is a surveillance camera installed at the gate / in the hall / on the front porch

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John AkiThere is a camera mounted / instilled in the wall. (Both words are correct?)

"Installed", of course.

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