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Could you please help me correct these questions please?

- By the time you walk to the house, we'll have gotten there if we take the bus.

- These cards figure to be the best cards against any 2 random cards.

- These players are seemingly play every hand they are dealt.

There are cases where if you miss work you might get paid.

- I hate the fact that you think I'm different toward you when there are people around than when we're alone.

Thank you
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Philip could you please tell me quickly if this is what you meant

1 By the time you walk to the house, we'll have gotten there before you by taking the bus

- These players are seemingly play every hand they are dealt.

There are cases where if you miss work you might get paid. (You can use WHERE after CASE?)

- I hate the fact that you think I'm different toward you when there are people around than when we're alone (Do you use THAN or FROM)

Thank you
the easy one:
- I hate the fact that you think I'm different toward you when there are people around than when we're alone (Do you use THAN or FROM) -THAN
alc24Philip could you please tell me quickly if this is what you meant

1 By the time you walk to the house, we'll have gotten there before you by taking the bus.

'by' = indicating a deadline or the end of a particular time-period

'you walk home/to the house' is Present tense, and so a Present Tense fact - the fact is " I walk as opposed to taking the train, riding a bike etc (and in your sentence, taking the bus).

OR: By the time you get to the house...
get: move or come into a specified position, situation, or state - so in your sentence, it agrees with the idea of an end-point, the point at which you have arrived at the house.

But, with your sentence as it stands:
By the time you have walked to the house, we'll have gotten there before you by taking the bus.

- These players are seemingly play every hand they are dealt.
So, the verb form is, 'are...play' - no such form.

These players seemingly play every hand they are dealt.

There are cases where if you miss work you might get paid. (You can use WHERE after CASE?)