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Hi,

Could you please tell me the right word for these sentences, please?

He has been corrupting/degenerating recently in his life. (Gambling/drugging…etc)

It is an outlaw VS It is outlawed. (Means illegal)

Why was it an outlaw? VS why was it outlawed?


Could you please confirm that my sentences are grammatically correct?

English engages much of my time. (More like “occupy”)

I engage in studying English.

I am engaged a lot of time in studying English.


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John AkiHe has been corrupting/degenerating recently in his life.

No.

He has been self-destructing recently, embroiling himself in drinking, drugs and gambling.

He on a downward spiral.
His life is in a tailspin.

John Akian outlaw

An outlaw is a person who is wanted by the authorities for a crime.
Outlaws are pictured on "Wanted" posters.

John AkiI am engaged a lot of time in studying English.

No.

I spend a lot of time studying English.
I devote a lot of time to the study of English.
Studying English occupies a large part of my day.

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Thanks.

John AkiHe has been corrupting/degenerating recently in his life. (Gambling/drugging…etc)

The yellow part is not normally used that way. It gives the impression of someone giving a drug to someone else for a bad reason, like assaulting or killing them. In your context, it would better to write that they were taking drugs.

Thanks.

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