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Could you please check if the following sentences are grammatically correct and if I used approriate vocabulary or anything that is wrong?

We are about to take a plunge into the depths of technology. Eaqually, we are interested in gaining knowledge and understanding of remarkable, revolutionary as well as small inventions. Moreover, we would like to go behind the scenes and aquaint ourselves with how some of the inventions work and the lives of those that gave them birth. In particual, we are eager to learn what took to transform one's dream into reality.

Please let us know if you know of any experts who would donate their time for the purpose of enriching our lives with their knowledge and inspiring us to become inventors ourselves.

Thank you very much for your help

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Hi,

I'm a learner like you, but would like to make the following suggestions:

We are about to *plunge (plunge is simpler and stronger)
*Eaqually (typo),
*revolutionary as well as trivial inventions.
aquaint ourselves with *the innerworkings of some of the inventions (parallel) and the lives of those *who gave them birth.
*Particularly, we are eager to learn what *it took

I'm sure others can do a better job though.
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In particual, we are eager to learn what took to transform one's dream into reality.

In particular, we are eager to learn what it took to transform one's dream into reality.

However, I dislike the use of "one's". Only the Queen says "one's"!
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Thank you very much Julielai and Eimai_Anglos for your help!

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