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Which word would you use in each sentence or how would you say them please?

1 How cold/hot is the water?
2 As long as you don't have a stable job, you can't afford to buy one.
3 A lot of people don't like it when strangers or people they don't know very well stay in their homes alone/unattended.
4 I think about what other might think in a particular situation. I try putting myself in their shoes.
5 That was enough of a reason to get me to play.
6 I want people to like you for who you are not what you give off/make out to be.

Thank you
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Sorry I forgot to log in - the above answer was from me if you need anything further.
LouiseT
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1 How cold/hot is the water?
You could say either depending on the context. If the water in question is expected to be hot then you would ask how hot it is and visa versa.

2 As long as you don't have a stable job, you can't afford to buy one.
As it is written it sounds as though you are saying that you can't afford to buy a stable job. You need to refer to the object in this phrase. So for example if the article is a car the sentence would be:-
As long as you don't have a stable job, you can't afford to buy a car.
"As long as" can be replaced by "If"

3 A lot of people don't like it when strangers or people they don't know very well stay in their homes alone/unattended.
You could use either.

4 I think about what other might think in a particular situation. I try putting myself in their shoes.
I would not add the second sentence it is not needed.

5 That was enough of a reason to get me to play. (OK - difficult to judge out of context)

6 I want people to like you for who you are not what you give off/make out to be.
I want people to like you for who you are not who you make out to be.
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