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Could you please tell me which word you would use and how to properly say them?

- She faces/is facing a herculean task of bringing up 4 children single-handedly.

- Its not the type of movie were used to seeing/see him in.

- What do you want to be/become when you grow up.

- I love you the same way now as (I did) before.

- How easily you are willing to get into a fight depends on how buff the person you're about to fight is.

- We the audience don't knoww when and where one storyline is/takes place in relation to the other. Whether one is 3 years in the past in relation to the other or if its 3 years in the future in elation to the other.

- Doing that makes the time pass faster and being with you, you don't see the time pass.

Thank you
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This is my second try at this, as I apparently failed to sign in correctly!
The following are my suggestion and advice.

- She faces/is facing a herculean task of bringing up 4 children single-handedly.
Either faces or is facing works. However, I would change either the article or the preposition. (Herculean or herculean is acceptable.)
She is facing the herculean task of bringing up...
She is facing a herculean task in bringing up...

- Its not the type of movie were used to seeing/see him in.
Watch your possessives. It's not the type of movie we're used to seeing him in.

- What do you want to be/become when you grow up.
Either be or become. But add the question mark at the end of the sentence.

- I love you the same way now as (I did) before.
You are talking about intensity rather than method, so I would drop the word "way." Either works, although I might rather say "I love you as much now as I did before."

- How easily you are willing to get into a fight depends on how buff the person you're about to fight is.
"Easily" and "willing" overlap. Drop the unneeded words. Simply say: How willing you are to get into a fight depends...

- We the audience don't knoww when and where one storyline is/takes place in relation to the other. Whether one is 3 years in the past in relation to the other or if its 3 years in the future in elation to the other.
The issue is time, not place, so, first, drop "where." Also, the second sentence is a fragment. Here is one way to rephrase the sentences:
We the audience don't know when one storyline takes place in relation to the other. We don't know if one is three years in the past and the other is in the present or if one is in the present and the other is three years in the future."
Note that one or two-word numbers are usually spelled out.

- Doing that makes the time pass faster and being with you, you don't see the time pass.
I'm not sure what the alternative expressions are here. This sentence is too unclear to correct.
Thank you so much Doctor D.

I appreciate all the help so much

I had one question regarding the last question

Doing that makes the time pass faster and being with you, you don't see the time pass.

I'll write 2 sentences

Doing this makes the time pass faster. Being with you, you don't see the time pass as it passes by fast.

Thank you
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Still not completely clear.

The first sentence is okay, although you do not explain what "this" is that you are doing. So it is a little vague. But the second sentence is still confusing, probably because of the two uses of "you." Does the first "you" refer to an actual person, and the second "you" to a generalized person ("one")? Or do they both refer to the same person?

Is this what you are trying to say?

When I am with you, time passes quickly, although I don't notice it.
Hi,
I've been trying to express this, and now I think this could be better but I'm not sure.

Could you tell me how to naturally say these sentence and what I'm worried about is "see/notice time go/pass by" and if that is said in English?

I was having so much fun I didn't see the time go by.
I was having so much fun, I didn't notice the time go by.
I was having so much fun, I didn't notice the time pass.
When I'm with you, time passes quickly. I never see the time go by.
When I'm with you, time passes quickly. I never see the time pass.

Thank you so much
My suggestions:

I was having so much fun I didn't see the time go by.
You could say this a couple of different ways. See or notice/go by or pass by--both work equally well. However, I would quantify "time" by saying "how much" or "how quickly."

I was having so much fun that I didn't see how much time had gone by.
I was having so much fun that I didn't notice how quickly time was passing by.

I was having so much fun, I didn't notice the time go by.
I was having so much fun, I didn't notice the time pass.
Both of these are all right.

When I'm with you, time passes quickly. I never see the time go by.
When I'm with you, time passes quickly. I never see the time pass.
Too much sentence. All you need is the first:
When I'm with you, time passes quickly.
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Hello Doctor D,
How are you? I'm really struggling to expresses these, Could I ask for you suggestions on how to make them natural?
May I ask you to help me get my point across in this? If you could point out how to make it better please?

1 The point of this game is to vote for the best danser and to do that, the panel of judges select a video that the dancer will dance to and their moves have to be as closely matched to the artist's dance moves in the clip. The cadidate that copies the artist the best wins.

2 In the "previously" part of the episode, you'll see what you're going to see throughout the whole episode " so if you see a character in the previously bit , know that you'll see him at some point during the episode"/you'll see what's going to happen throughout the episode in the "previously" bit at the beginning.

3 Which switch do you thing that hotplate/stove is connected to?

4 The list of the 10 ten richest people is tight. From the 5th to the thenth riches, each position is separated by one billion dollar net worth. Each one one billion richer than the last.

5 This newspaper is so compressed that it's hard to find the middle centerfold of the newspaper in one go, you need to look for the middle. The newspaper I most often find the middle of in one go is that one because it buldges as opposed to this one which is flat and compressed

Thank you so much