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Please, correct my sentences in case of mistakes:

- My life here is very busy (or my life is very busy here ?).

- Life here is different,but I'm getting used to (or but I'm getting used to it ?).

- The earth (or the land of "Picasso" ?) What's the difference?

- Today in the lunch I ate a delicious pizza. Is it correct to say in the lunch, or have we always to say during lunch...?

- On this vacation I'm staying in her house (or staying at her house ?)

Is there any specific word used to refer to the mafia's boss ? Or we just say the mafia's boss?

Thank you very much,

Philip
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My life here is very busy (or my life is very busy here ?). either

- Life here is different,but I'm getting used to it.

- The earth (or the land of "Picasso" ?) What's the difference? The land of Picasso. 'land' can sometimes be synonymous with 'country' but earth can't.

- Today in the lunch I ate a delicious pizza. Is it correct to say in the lunch, or have we always to say during lunch...? In the lunch is incorrect. In my lunchbreak is ok. During lunch is ok. 'Today I ate a delicious pizza for lunch' is also natural.

- On this vacation I'm staying in her house (or staying at her house ?) at

Is there any specific word used to refer to the mafia's boss ? Or we just say the mafia's boss? 'Godfather' seems to be a popular term.
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Thank you very much, nona the brit.

Best wishes,

Philip