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1 Based on what is this neighborhood better than mine.
In what respect is this neighborhood better than mine.

2 We're in a lot of trouble now especially that I didn't reach my goal of becoming ceo./ I didn't get the promotion.
We're in a lot of trouble especially now that I didn't ...
We're in a lot of trouble considering I didn't reach my goal of becoming ceo./ I didn't get the promotion.

3 Here's 20 grand to let me give the toast/if you let me give the toast.

4 I've decided to go this route/go down this route.

5 The only person that can surpass him as the best to ever play this game is me.
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1 Based on what is this neighborhood better than mine? Awkward, but possible.

In what respect is this neighborhood better than mine? Better.
Also, In what way is this neighborhood ...?

2 We're in a lot of trouble now, especially that since I didn't reach my goal of becoming ceo CEO./ I didn't get the promotion. Both OK. Also, ... since I haven't reached my goal ...

We're in a lot of trouble, especially now that I didn't ... Possible.

We're in a lot of trouble considering I didn't reach my goal of becoming ceo CEO./ I didn't get the promotion. Possible.

3 Here's 20 grand to let me give the toast/if you let me give the toast. Both OK. That's some toast!

4 I've decided to go this route/go down this route. Both OK. The first is more casual and used figuratively. I would use the second literally.

5 The only person that can surpass him as the best to ever play this game is me. Oof! It's grammatical, but it gives the impression of trying to say too much in one sentence. I would try something more like these:

He is the best ever to play this game, and I'm the only one who can do better.
He holds the record at playing this game, and I'm the only one who can take the record from him.

CJ
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