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If a teacher could take a look at these questions please, I'd appreciate it.

1 When going to the casino, you have to be willing/ready to lose your money to win some. BOTH

2 My firend don't go past this part of town. They say its sketchy. OK

3 I'm broke but I could be doing worse/I could be worse off. BOTH (worse off)

4 I hate knowing that he uses his computer for illegal purposes. I don't know about PURPOSES

5 What you did will come back to him one day. He might not know it now, but he'll hear it from somene. (is the bold part correct, something you'd say or is it a translation from french?) Not sure

6 I had to get on the train car where there were police./ in which there were police. Not sure

7 I used to be into samsung phones, but my friend turned me onto/put me onto Nokias. turned

8 If a clear cloudless blue sky is your idea of heaven then this is heaven. (literary) OK

9 The computer might be effecient today but in a year it'll be out of technology. Not sure

10 How many floors are there in the building you live in? OK stories too

11 I'll give you 1000 dollars if you can walk from here to my house carrying this. not sure

12 Let's hope we're at the right/correct end of the platform. If we're not we'll have to walk through the train till we get to the other end.

13 I find myself doing the most annoying things/ I get stuck doing the most annoying things. BOTH

14 Her house is as from from her subway as mine is from my subway. OK

15 I was at number 20 of the street and had to walk another 18 numbers to get to his house. NO but don't know how to say it.

Thank you so much
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2. comma after 'friend'; sketchy dangerous? risky?

5. usually come back means to return to the origin (what you did to him will come back to you)

9. outdated

11. while carrying (better)

12. I'd use right

14. as my house is from mine - reads better because of parallel structure

15 # of houses would make more sense
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I know that when you don't comment that it's right Philip, but what about when there are alternatives?
Hey philip could you tell me what you think please?

1 When going to the casino, you have to be willing/ready to lose your money to win some. BOTH
3 I'm broke but I could be doing worse/I could be worse off. BOTH (worse off)
4 I hate knowing that he uses his computer for illegal purposes. I don't know about PURPOSES Would you use PURPOSES or REASONS?
5 What you did will come back to him one day. He might not know it now, but he'll hear it from somene. (is the bold part correct, something you'd say or is it a translation from french?) Not sureWhat I'm trying to say is "if you cheat on your boyfriend, it'll come back to him. (meaning he'll find out) does that make sense or do you not say that??
6 I had to get on the train car where there were police./ in which there were police. Not sure would you say BOTH???
7 I used to be into samsung phones, but my friend turned me onto/put me onto Nokias. turned You'd use TURNED

10 How many floors are there in the building you live in? OK stories too Is the IN at the end necessary?

thanks
4. purposes is more natural

5. if you cheat....it will get around to him

10 How many stories are there in the building (where you live) (you live in)?

If you have two options that are correct, I leave them alone.
Obviously you don't heed other advices. 15 questions take time to explain and edit. I will help with a few.
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1 When you gamble, you have to be willing/ready to lose your money to win some. BOTH

2 My firend friends don't go past this part of town. They say it's unsafe sketchy. OK

3 I'm broke but I could be doing (much) worse/I could be worse. off. BOTH (worse off)

4 I hate (prefer "to know") knowing that he uses his computer for illegal purposes. I don't know about PURPOSEScorrect, something you'd say or is it a translation from french?) Not sure

5 What you did will come back to haunt (you?)him one day. He might not know it now, but he'll hear it from somene. (is the bold part

For #5, you started with "you" but swithed to "him". Is this something you intended or carelessness? Please take the time to write questions that make sense because people do in answering yours.
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Obviously you don't heed other advices. 15 questions take time to explain and edit. I will help with a few.
alc24
1 When you gamble, you have to be willing/ready to lose your money to win some. BOTH

2 My firend friends don't go past this part of town. They say it's unsafe sketchy. OK

3 I'm broke but I could be doing (much) worse/I could be worse. off. BOTH (worse off)

4 I hate (prefer "to know") knowing that he uses his computer for illegal purposes. I don't know about PURPOSEScorrect, something you'd say or is it a translation from french?) Not sure

5 What you did will come back to haunt (you?)him one day. He might not know it now, but he'll hear it from somene. (is the bold part

For #5, you started with "you" but swithed to "him". Is this something you intended or carelessness? Please take the time to write questions that make sense because people do in answering yours.