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Could you please help me correct these sentences please?

1 He's hard to figure (out). You never know what he's thinking.

2 I have no advice to give them other than/apart from that.

3 The roads are further apart than in the city. (there are less street.)

4 He's not good enough an actor to play this part.

5 Actors these day have taken to the new trend.

6 An actor has to be able to act in the way the script describes the character.

7 Every style of clothing is a trend. Whether the trend was in the 80s or today is a different question.

8 Was it monday that/when you got into a fight.

9 Just as there could be no fat in your filet, there also could be a lot. It depends on the cow

10 The wait to see a doctor could be 2 hours just as it can be 5 hours. I don't know what the wait will be.

11 While doing what you did was dangerous, not doing is would have been suicidal.

12 The other players don't think he has as strong a card as he has. Look how casual he looks compared to how the amateur player looked when he had a strong card.
13 Can a dog tell who's a child and who's an adult./who the adult is and who the child is?
14 He left just as I was about to call him./Just as he was getting ready to leave, I called him.
15 Between what day and what day is the tournament?/Between what time and what time are you at lunch/From when to when is your lunch?

Thank you

Thank you
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Too many in one post! Our volunteers look at all this work and give up, preferring to answer the shorter posts!

1 He's hard to figure (out). You never know what he's thinking. OK with out. Unusual without out.

2 I have no advice to give them other than/apart from that. apart from is OK, but isn't used that much.

3 The roads are further apart than in the city. OK (There are less fewer streets.)

4 He's not good enough an actor to play this part. OK

5 Actors these days have taken to the new trend. As corrected.

6 An actor has to be able to act (in) the way the script describes the character. OK in optional.

7 Every style of clothing is represents a trend. Whether the trend was in the 80s or today is a different question. OK. My preference shown.

8 Was it Monday that/when you got into a fight? Both OK.

9 Just as there could/might be no fat in your filet, there also could/might also be a lot. It depends on the cow. OK. My preference shown.

10 The wait to see a doctor could be 2 hours just as it can be 5 hours. I don't know what the wait will be. OK. Numbers less than 10 are spelled out: two, five.

11 While doing what you did was dangerous, not doing is it would have been suicidal. OK

12 The other players don't think he has as strong a card as he has. Look how casual he looks compared to how the amateur player looked when he had a strong card. OK. Contorted, but OK.

13 Can a dog tell who's a child and who's an adult./who the adult is and who the child is? Both OK.

14 He left just as I was about to call him. OK. /Just as he was getting ready to leave, I called him. OK.

15 Between what day and what day is the tournament?/Between what time and what time are you at lunch/From when to when is your lunch? All unusual but OK.

CJ
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Well done CJ.

As you stated I looked at all of that and moved on.
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