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Hello dear teachers that would be grateful if someone could check my text to find out my mistakes.

The last trip i took was utterly remarkable and exquisite given the fact that , i'm aware it was neither a ubiquitous trip nor experience! And not every body possesses this magnificent opportunity to try it!.to amplify further; the equipment that are required to be on this appealing trip is being a person who is as keen as mustard on studying space and discerning information about it !and eighter a phone or lap top! It begs the question that: how is that?. Well i know it's some what peculiar and intriguing simultaneously!.let's cut to the chase owning to the fact that I anticipate you can't wait any more to figure it out! First and more most you need a ticket as well as all types of trips! This ticket costs 500 000 Tooman ,to examine more a professor that has an old hand in teaching space demonstrates an expect of universe to you through the most qualified and exhilarating telescope also, he enables you to ask numerous and varied questions associated with space! All of this trip is online and exceedingly engrossing and fascinating! In additional to that; you can experience it twice a year if you are are lucky enough to be able to get a ticket due to the fact that, a plethora of zealous people require a ticket!. I really couldn't tear myself a way and i did live and breath it...



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The letter " i " is the ninth letter of the alphabet. It is not a real person, but a letter on a page. Being one of the five vowels, with "a," "e," "o," and "u ", it is an important letter, much more than "q" or "k", but still it has no beliefs, feelings or opinions.

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I did not really understand much about the trip you are describing; there were so many mistakes that it was difficult to figure out what you were saying.

"Begs the question" is often misused, and you have done that. It does not mean "raise the question". It is a logical fallacy where the starting premise is either false or it is a restatement of the proof.

For example, this is a proof that is an example of "begging the question."

1. Everything that is made from natural plants is healthy food.
2. Mushrooms are natural plants.
3. Mushrooms are healthy.

(Except for the poisonous ones that can kill you.)

The Apple iPhone is the best smartphone on the planet because no one makes a better smartphone than Apple does.


The last trip i took was utterly remarkable and exquisite given the fact that , i'm aware it was neither a ubiquitous trip nor experience! And not every body possesses this magnificent opportunity to try it!.to amplify further; the equipment that are required to be on this appealing trip is being a person who is as keen as mustard on studying space and discerning information about it !and eighter a phone or lap top! It begs the question that: how is that?. Well i know it's some what peculiar and intriguing simultaneously!.let's cut to the chase owning to the fact that I anticipate you can't wait any more to figure it out! First and more most you need a ticket as well as all types of trips! This ticket costs 500 000 Tooman ,to examine more a professor that has an old hand in teaching space demonstrates an expect of universe to you through the most qualified and exhilarating telescope also, he enables you to ask numerous and varied questions associated with space! All of this trip is online and exceedingly engrossing and fascinating! In additional to that; you can experience it twice a year if you are are lucky enough to be able to get a ticket due to the fact that, a plethora of zealous people require a ticket!. I really couldn't tear myself a way and i did live and breath it...

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The letter " u " is the twenty-first letter of the alphabet. It is not a real person, but a letter on a page. Being one of the five vowels, with "a," "e," "i," and "o", it is an important letter, much more than "q" or "k", but still it has no beliefs, feelings or opinions or the ability to check students' writing.

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The last trip I took was utterly remarkable

and exquisite given the fact that , I'm aware it was neither a ubiquitous trip nor experience! And no one possesses this magnificent opportunity

to try it!.to amplify further; the equipment that are required to be on this appealing trip is being a person who is as keen as mustard on studying space and discerning information about it !and eighter a phone or lap top! It begs the question that: how is that?. Well i know it's some what peculiar and intriguing simultaneously!.let's cut to the chase owning to the fact that I anticipate you can't wait any more to figure it out! First and more most you need a ticket as well as all types of trips! This ticket costs 500 000 Tooman ,to examine more a professor that has an old hand in teaching space demonstrates an expect of universe to you through the most qualified and exhilarating telescope also, he enables you to ask numerous and varied questions associated with space! All of this trip is online and exceedingly engrossing and fascinating! In additional to that; you can experience it twice a year if you are are lucky enough to be able to get a ticket due to the fact that, a plethora of zealous people require a ticket!. I really couldn't tear myself a way and i did live and breath it...

I have attempted to explain the problems in this text. There were so many that it took an hour.



The last trip I took was utterly remarkable and exquisite given the fact that , (Do not put a space before a punctuation mark. Also the comma is wrong. Also "your awareness" is not really a fact. Facts are provable statements with evidence such as "The population of the world is increasing." or "There are many people who have not received a COVID-19 vaccine.) I'm aware it was neither a ubiquitous (Wrong collocation. Ubiquitous is something that is everywhere at the same time. The most common modern context is in computer and phone networks. In earlier times, God's presence was described as ubiquitous. When the microscope was invented, scientists found that microbes were ubiquitous. ) trip nor experience! And no one possesses this magnificent opportunity (But you did, didn't you?)

to try it!.to (You have to put a space after the ending punctuation. The combination of bang-sign (!) and full-stop (.) is incorrect. Every sentence begins with a capital letter.) amplify this further; the equipment (Equipment is non-count. We do not use the plural form. Equipment is describing for example, the special-purpose gear you need for mountain climbing, like ropes, ice axes, crampons and harnesses. On a star-gazing or bird-watching trip, the only equipment you need would be a good pair of binoculars. "being a person" is not equipment! ) that are is required to be on this appealing trip is being a person who is as keen as mustard (I have never heard the expression "keen as mustard) on studying space and discerning information (That is not a good collocation. Discern means to see things at the limit - e.g. Some people can discern eight stars in the Pleiades cluster, but most people see only seven.) about it !and eighter (That is not a valid word) a phone or lap top! (Laptop is one word) It begs the question that: (Incorrect usage) how is that?. (wrong punctuation) Well i know it's some what (Somewhat is one word) peculiar and intriguing simultaneously!.let's cut to the chase owning (Own means to have or possess.) to the fact (wrong word. This is not a fact.) that I anticipate you can't wait any more to figure it out! First and more most (Invalid combination) you need a ticket as well as all types of trips! (That makes no sense. You might need some free time.) This ticket costs 500 000 (wrong punctuation) Tooman ,to examine more a professor (Doctors examine people. We do not examine professors, unless you are their doctor.) that has an old hand in teaching space demonstrates (There is no discernable subject for this verb.) an expect (Expect is a verb. I expect you to arrive at noon. You cannot use it as a nou9n.) of universe to you through the most qualified and exhilarating (Unnatural descriptor) telescope also, (run-on sentence) he enables (wrong verb. People have the ability to ask questions. "Enable" does not work here. e.g. His artificial leg enabled him to walk without crutches. ) you to ask numerous and varied questions associated with space! All of this trip is online and exceedingly engrossing and fascinating! In additional to that; (wrong punctuation) you can experience it (What does "it" refer to? ) twice a year if you are are lucky enough to be able to get a ticket due to the fact that, a plethora (unnatural usage) of zealous people require (Require does not make sense. Many stores require customers to wear a face mask. I think you mean "want" or "desire") a ticket!. I really couldn't tear myself a way (Away is one word) and i did live and breath (Breath is a puff of air that comes out of your mouth. It is a noun, not a verb. ) it...

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