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I find it difficult to correct the following sentences which contain atrocious grammatical errors.

1. There is plenty of parking and not much traffic. To me, this sentence is not correct.

Can I re-phrase the above sentence like this : There is a plenty of parking space and the traffic flow is very littel .

2. Did you benefit from playing squash in any other way ? or Have you benefited in any other way from playing squash ?

3. Does spending a meaningful day filled with fun with your school mates at Mt. Queenstown sound appealing to you ? or Is the spending of meaningful day filled with fun with your school mates sounds appealing to you ?

4. We have a pool of talent or We have a pool of talents ?
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Hi!

1. Your rephrasing is much better. I would drop "a" in front of "plenty".

2. Both are acceptable. It's your preference as to the tense.

3. The first sentence is OK.

The next sentence needs a few corrections.

"Is the spending of meaningful day filled with fun with your school mates sounds appealing to you ? "

You have two verbs in one sentence! They are "is" and "sound".

If "is" remains as a main verb:
Is spending a meaningful day filled with fun with your schoolmates appealing to you?

If you prefer using "sound" to "is", you'd better maintain the original sentence.

4. The first sentence could mean we have a collection of an intellectula ability.
The next one, we have a pool of talented people.

Hope it helps.

Mirapence
Thanks for your help. As for sentence 4 , Can I retain the phrase like this : We have a pool of talents instead of talented people ?
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Sure, you can. I didn't mean to alter the structure. I was just explaining the meaning. "We have a pool of talents." is perfectly acceptable.

Mirapence