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Could you please help me correct these sentences?

1 He's not in as much of a hurry to move at of his new apartment as he was of his old apartment.

2 He makes up for being cheap by being nice./His niceness makes up for his cheapness.

- Try to make it easier on yourself.

3 He' lives 2 minutes (away) from here.

4 When you use your headset to talk on the phone, your voice seems as if its coming from a distance I can barely hear you your voice is so low.

5 I hate people who are different when they are alone with a friend than when they are with a group of people with that same friend.
6 We're only just in Washington. We should be in Canada by now. We've been on the road for a long time.
7 There are never 2 invoices in the same day that are (at) the same amount/price. No 2 clients will ever pay the same amount to the cent. for ex: 2 people won't have to pay 246.35 cents.

Thank you
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1 He's not in as much of a hurry to move at out of his new apartment as he was out of his old apartment.
2 He makes up for being cheap by being nice./His niceness makes up for his cheapness.
- Try to make it easier on yourself.
3 He' He lives 2 minutes (away) from here.
4 When you use your headset to talk on the phone, your voice seems as if its coming from a distance. I can barely hear you your voice is so low. low / soft / weak all OK.

5 I hate people who are different when they are alone with a friend than when they are with a group of people with that same friend.
6 We're only just in Washington. We should be in Canada by now. We've been on the road for a long time.
7 There are never 2 invoices in the same day that are (at) the same amount/price. No 2 clients will ever pay the same amount to the cent. for ex: For example, two 2 people won't have to pay 246.35 cents.

All OK except where noted.

CJ

Some of these complicated comparisons you are so fond of are rather "alambique"! How often does anyone really need to say such complex things? Good for practice, right? Emotion: smile
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Thank you CJ

I know they are complicated, some are translations and i like to know if I can actually write things that complicated.

For number 7 do you leave in AT or not the sentence kind of seems off to me?

Thank you
alc24For number 7 do you leave in AT or not? The sentence kind of seems off to me.
I take the parentheses to mean that the word at can be included or not. Both versions are grammatical. Personally, I would not include at.

These two invoices are the same amount. [It's a little strange, but you can do it.]

These two invoices are for the same amount. [I like for better than at.]

These two invoices have the same amount.

These shirts are all the same price.
These shirts all have the same price.
These shirts are all priced the same.
There shirts are all being sold for the same price.

CJ