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Hi,
do the underlined words fit in each sentence, please? If not, could you suggest a better one, please?

1) A building which is many levels high is called a skyscraper.

2) The soil beneath New York is rock.

3) He found himself out of work.

4) There was a commerce for a board game based on words.

5) He set out to design a board game.

6) He made a fortune of it.

7) As the game drew to a close, disappointed spectators started to leave.

8) The new college supplies for the needs of students with a variety of learning backgrounds.

9) I object to other people borrowing my books.

10) I thought there was a touch of jealousy in his reaction to my good fortune.

11) The roof was held up by four columns.

12) He was not sure where his best interests lay.

13) There was a suitcase similar as mine on the luggage rack.

14) She had four sons, all of whom became doctors.

Thank you so much in advance!
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Here are my suggestions.

1) A building which is many levels high is called a skyscraper.
Okay. Or: "stories."

2) The soil beneath New York is rock.
I would say "ground" (soil is loose, rock is solid).

3) He found himself out of work.
okay

4) There was a commerce for a board game based on words.
"a market for"

5) He set out to design a board game.
okay

6) He made a fortune of it.
The problem is not "fortune," but the the preposition. "He made a fortune from it." Or "He made his fortune from it." Or various other wordings.

7) As the game drew to a close, disappointed spectators started to leave.
okay

8) The new college supplies for the needs of students with a variety of learning backgrounds.
"The new college supplies the needs..."
Or: "The new college provides for the needs..."
Or: "The new college meets the needs..."

9) I object to other people borrowing my books.
okay

10) I thought there was a touch of jealousy in his reaction to my good fortune.
Okay. Or "hint"

11) The roof was held up by four columns.
Okay. Or: "supported"

12) He was not sure where his best interests lay.
okay

13) There was a suitcase similar as mine on the luggage rack.
"similar to mine"

14) She had four sons, all of whom became doctors.
okay
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