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Hi there,

Could you check these sentences for me, please?


1) I have never been a day without having to worry about it.

2) I have never had a dat without having to worry about it. (Is this grammatical? If it is what is different with the first one in the meaning?)

3) This is first time doing for last five years. (Is this grammatical?)
4) Basic price$ 62000. As tested $ 75000. (What is "As tested" means here? tax or something else?)


Thanks in advance

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John Aki1) I have never been a day without having to worry about it.2) I have never had a dat without having to worry about it. (Is this grammatical? If it is what is different with the first one in the meaning?)

They are OK, but I think "go" is usual in this context. "I have never gone a day …."

John Aki3) This is first time doing for last five years. (Is this grammatical?)

No. It needs some words. "This is my first time doing this for the last five years." But even that is a bit off. Here in the US, I would probably say "This is the first time I've done this in the last five years."

John Aki4) Basic price$ 62000. As tested $ 75000. (What is "As tested" means here? tax or something else?)

First let me say that numbers like these are written with commas every three digits, for example, 62,000. Also, the dollar sign gets no space, $62,000.

I guess "as tested" means that it costs more than the basic model because there are extra components with it that you can read about in the test report we gave you after we tested the one we are selling you.

Thanks Sir.