Hey everyone, i need to find 28 mistakes on this article, and i only found 20...

i need to find 8 more, please help if you can...it will be really helpful, thank you

Pictures from a once in a lifetime trip are irreplaceable. That is why I put my trust in Sonys Cyber-shot DSC-W100 Digital Camera. I bought the camera for a cruise I took to the french Caribbean last summer to celebrate my Birthday.

I took 100s of pictures on my twenty-day trip. Although I check some of the early shots using the lcd screen, I did not check any pictures for the last half of the trip in order to conserve my battery. When I come home however I learned that most of the pictures I took later in the trip did not turn out because the camera had malfunctioned. 98 of the pictures I took the last week of my trip were faded to a near-white colour.

As you must realize the value of these photographs are far greater then the cost of the developing, printing or the purchase price of the camera. The real The real loss is the complete record of a beautiful trip. Eleven days of my vacation dream were essentially unrecorded. This represents more than 50% of my vacation.

Replacing the film or camera are not enough; without pictures I feel like I never took the trip. I have suffered a tremendous emotional loss and I am requesting that Sony pay me $75 hundred dollars so that I may repeat my trip and replace the pictures I lost because of this Faulty Camera.
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Hey everyone, i need to find 28 mistakes on this article, and i only found 20...

i need to find 8 more, please help if you can...it will be really helpful, thank you

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Pictures from a once in a lifetime (some people would argue this phrase needs hypens) trip are irreplaceable. That is why I put my trust in Sonys Cyber-shot DSC-W100 Digital Camera. I bought the camera for a cruise I took to the french Caribbean last summer to celebrate my Birthday.

I took 100s of pictures on my twenty-day trip. Although I check some of the early shots using the lcd screen, I did not check any pictures for the last half of the trip in order to conserve my battery. When I come home comma however comma I learned that most of the pictures I took later in the trip did not turn out because the camera had malfunctioned. 98 of the pictures I took the last week of my trip were faded to a near-white colour.

As you must realize comma the value of these photographs are far greater then the cost of the developing, printing or the purchase price of the camera. The real The real loss is the complete record of a beautiful trip. Eleven days of my vacation dream were essentially unrecorded. This represents more than 50% of my vacation.

Replacing the film or camera are not enough; semi-colon is OK, although I prefer a period without pictures comma I feel like I never took the trip. I have suffered a tremendous emotional loss and I am requesting that Sony pay me $75 hundred dollars so that I may repeat my trip and replace the pictures I lost because of this Faulty Camera.

Clive
Thank you for taking the time to reply Clive, i was told % should be spelled out, that's why i marked that wrong

I don't understand this part "Ninety-eight of the pictures I took during the last week of my tripwere faded to a near-white colour."

Should it be was instead of were?
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Hi,

Thank you for taking the time to reply Clive, i was told % should be spelled out, that's why i marked that wrong

Maybe, maybe not.Emotion: smile

I don't understand this part "Ninety-eight of the pictures I took during the last week of my trip were faded to a near-white colour."

Should it be was instead of were? No! I'd say 'had faded'.

Clive
Emotion: smile Thank you for the help, still need a few more, i hope i find them