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Could someone take a quick look at this please? thanks

1 I go to sleep early except when I got out, in which case I sleep at midnight. OK
2 Between his snores and the dogs squeals I can't sleep. OK
3 The couch is so small my feet reach the bottom of the couch. Foot of the couch I think
4 Put the candidates in order of which you like least to which you like more. I don't know
5 He was willing to put his butt on the line knowing he could get fired if I messed up. I don't know
6 You're more used to all the noise than I am./ You're used to it more than I am. BOTH
7 You'll have to wait till tomorrow to do that. OK
8 Try and finish the night on a good note by winning a game for a change. I don't know
9 He's one of the 3 people that manage to pull off the con. OK
10 We weren't brought up the same way. OK
11 I didn't buy a computer so I'd pay more in internet than the price of the computer.I don't know
12 I have a very good/happy memory of the summer we were together. Not sure

Thank you
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Mister Micawber
There seems to be 12 sentences, not 10.


What is this, an English forum or a math forum?
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<< 11 I didn't buy a computer so I'd pay more in internet than the price of the computer. >>

I didn't buy a computer because I knew I'd end up paying more in internet charges than the price of the computer.

My intention/purpose in buying a computer was not to end up paying huge internet fees.
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There seems to be 12 sentences, not 10.
 khoff's reply was promoted to an answer.
1) in which case I go to bed/go to sleep at midnight.

2) dog's

3) The counch is so small my feet reach the end.

4) ok

5) ok (obviously, very casual -- "put his reputation on the line" would be more formal)

6) ok

7) ok

8) "Try to finish" is probably better, but this version is certainly commonly heard.

9) three

10) ok

11) confusing -- I'm not sure how to re-word it, because the meaning is unclear.

12) I have very good/happy memories ("I have a good memory" menas I am very good at remembering things.)
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 Avangi's reply was promoted to an answer.