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Could you please help me with this?

1 I like leaving the TV on as background image and sound/I leave the TV on for background image.
2 You're not done until I say you are.
3 These speaker aren't on at a max. You can't turn them up a little more.
4 It took me the time it took for the opening credit to end to get back from the kitchen where I had gone to get some food.
We're partners but I have a bigger share of the company. 55 to 45.

thanks
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Numbers one and two seem fine to me. Emotion: smile

3, 4, & 5 have problems. Emotion: sad

That's my limit. Now I have to rest.
Thanks

for the 1st would it be option 1 or 2??

For 3 I just don't know whats wrong with it.
4 I thought would be correct?
and 5
We're partners but I have a bigger part of the company. 55 percent of it. MAYBE???

thanks
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alc24 1 I like leaving the TV on as background image and sound/I leave the TV on for background image.
alc24 for the 1st would it be option 1 or 2??
I think both work with no problem.
"For background" addresses the purpose for your doing it.
"As background" addresses the way you conceive/perceive its function.
The difference is miniscule. Emotion: smile
Avangi thank you,

if you get a chance could you tell me what you think about 3, 4, 5 please?

I appreciate all the help, thank you again.

alex
4. It took me the time of the opening credits to get back.... [you hadn't mentioned you were watching a film here.]

3. Two negatives that don't go together. The speakers are up at max - you can't turn them up any higher.
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Hello Avangi,

I stumbled onto these 4 sentences, Could you please tell me what you think of 3,4,5?

as now I'm intrigued.

Thank you
If it only takes you a year and a half to get intrigued, maybe we should wait a while?
Sorry, but I must have overlooked it, and I would love to know, that is if you want to tell me what you think.

Thank you
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