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* There are 11 mistakes in the passage. Find and correct them.

It is true, then, that a great much people - and a great many peoples (1) are involve (2) in the use of English. Millions of men and women in four continent (3) use English as their first language, and million (4) in every part of the world use it as their second or foreign language. This makes us to think (5)of the important (6) of English, and it shows both United (7)States and Britain that the language is no (8) the possession of these two nations alone. It is also the property of the Canadian and the Indian, the Australia (9) and the Nigerian. It belongs (10) those who uses (11) it.

1. people 2. involved 3. continents 4. millions
5. think 6.importance 7.the United 8. not
9. Australian 10. belongs to 11. use
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1- people 2- involved 3 -continents -4 millions
5- think 6-importance 7-the United 8- not
9- Australian 10-belongs to 11- use
Here is a corrected version.

It is true, then, that a great many people - and a great many peoples (1 ) - are involved (2) in the use of English. Millions of men and women on four continents (3) use English as their first language, and millions (4) in every part of the world use it as their second or foreign language. This makes us think (5)of the importance (6) of English, and it shows both the United (7)States and Britain that the language is not (8) the possession of these two nations alone. It is also the property of the Canadian and the Indian, the Australian (9) and the Nigerian. It belongs (10) to those who use (11) it.
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Thank you.Emotion: wink
But "in 4 continents" is wrong? There are totally 11 mistakes only.
I checked it on my original exam paper. It was written "in".Emotion: thinking
I wouldn't call 'in' wrong, but the common and standard expression is 'on four continents'.

Did you notice that I added a dash?

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Yes, .......peoples - are involved........ . But I did not care much about it. It is not relative to what I asked you, is it?
So what do you mean?
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You asked about mistakes. Incorrect punctuation is a mistake.