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Could you help me correct these sentence I find tough? please

1 The battery indicator on your phone sometimes doesn't work. Sometimes the battery is full even if it says its not.
2 I'm going to have to charge you more than we had originally quoted as this unforseen problem cost me a lot of my time.
3 My codes been the same one for as long as I can remember, to go and change it now would be hard.
4 There are two virtual lines on an esclator, the right side is for people who want the escalator to take them up and the left for people who are in a hurry and walk up the escalator.
5 The 2 models are similar, they just came out at one year intervals. Mine is a year old.
6 She has this very cold gaze and a cold face. She's from Ukraine. They all have this cold beauty.
7 You have as big a chance of seeing me do that as you do of seeing me smoke.
I'm the person who wins the most, whether its for real money or for bragging rights.
8 I'm the type of person thats good at recieving orders not giving them. (is this how you'd say it?)
9 How many more point before/until I get 1000?

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1. it's

3. my code has been the same for as......use semi-colon instead of comma

4. can be shorter and easier to read, but what you have is correct\

5. semi-colon instead of comma

7. good a chance

8. that's orders,

9. points until
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Anyone please

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thank you Philip,

just had 3 questions

4 There are two virtual lines on an esclator, the right side is for people who want the escalator to take them up and the left for people who are in a hurry and walk up the escalator. (isn't the word IMAGINARY and not virtual?)
5 The 2 models are similar, they just came out at one year intervals. Mine is a year old. (can you say "the 2 models came out at one year intervals?) not sure?
6 She has this very cold gaze and a cold face. She's from Ukraine. They all have this cold beauty. (in french people say, elle a une beauté froide?) (is cold face and cold beauty what americans say?)

thanks
4. What is given can be understood either way. A better way to express the concept would be: stand to the right if you don't want to walk, and use the left side to climb the steps.

5. The second car came out a year later than the first OR came out after an interval of one year.

6. In English, a "cold" look would be stern, serious, emotionless, perhaps even evil....but not considered to be anything beautiful.
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