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I kept the box on the edge of the shelf, you just take care that it shouldn't fell down until I back.

I kept the box on the edge of the shelf, please you don't make it to fell down by touching your hands carelessly.

In my home we were three brothers. We had 5 bananas to eat for Sunday, but when we opened the fridge to eat banana, we found nothing. So my mother told me off that any one of three must have stolen the bananas.

I don't know who did the thief. (I mean here by thief that "the act of stealing something from home")

Please correct my sentences.
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User_garyI don't know who did the thief. (I mean here by thief that "the act of stealing something from home")

Hi,

"Thief " is the person who steals something. You might want the word "theft ."
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I keep the box on the edge of the shelf, please be careful that you don't knock it down.

In my family there were three brothers. We had five bananas to eat for Sunday, but when we opened the fridge to eat them, they were gone. My mother said that one of us must have stolen* the bananas.

I don't know who stole* them.

*I wouldn't really say that they were stolen, I would say "must have eaten" and "I don't know who ate them".
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Hi,

A thief is someone who steals. It's rather a harsh word to use about a family member, who takes a small thing like a banana.

( You could also say a 'burglar', if you are referring to someone who enters a building illegally in order to steal. But since your brothers already live there, you couldn't call them burglars. )

Clive
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Emotion: smile Words that mean Stealing:

Theif

Robber

Pligrasizier

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~Unknow [G]
Hi,

The correct spelling is

thief

robber

plagiarizer

Clive