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Dear teachers,


Could you please do Grammar and Punctuation Check about the sentence in the below?


2 to 3 year old babies are always asking questions.
"What's this?" "What's that?" "Why is that?"
So cute, right? So adorable, but only for so long at least questions with clear answers are a bit easier to deal with.
But questions like, "Why is the sky called the sky?" or "Why is autumn autumn?" Well, these can kind of drive you nuts. Kids may be a handful and sometimes they can even catch you off-guard, but sometimes it's hard not to get envious of those childish curiosities. There had been days when even we were curious about who or what lives beyond those clouds, or if mermaids and unicorns are real instead of being curious about how to be rich, how to be successful. And back in those days hearing this piece of news made us all giddy and excited, but now it just makes our jaws drop. Guess what? Christmas - it's two months away. I'm Lena Park and this is One Fine Day.


Thanks and best regards,


David Kim

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2 to 3 year old babies are always asking questions.

Do not begin a sentence with a number. Babies is wrong. Babies are one year old or less. These are toddlers or children.


"What's this?" "What's that?" "Why is that?"


So cute, right? So adorable, but only for so long at least questions with clear answers are a bit easier to deal with.

That is an unnatural sentence. I cannot understand it.


But questions like, "Why is the sky called the sky?" or "Why is autumn autumn?" Well, these can kind of drive you nuts. Kids may be a handful and sometimes they can even catch you off-guard, but sometimes it's hard not to get envious of those childish curiosities. There had been days when even we were curious about who or what lives beyond those clouds, or if mermaids and unicorns are real instead of being curious about how to be rich, how to be successful. (ungrammatical series) And back in those days hearing this piece (??) of news made us all giddy and excited, but now it just makes our jaws drop. Guess what? Christmas - it's two months away. I'm Lena Park and this is One Fine Day.