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Could you please help me correct these sentences that I find hard please?

1 How can you have teeth that/so ugly.
2 I'm indebted to the bank./I'm in debt to the bank.
3 I'm not sure/certain of his love for me.
4 You shouldn't wonder/ask yourself why people hate you so much. That's why.
5 It's none of her business, even less her's since she's the one I'm furthest from.
6 He bought a computer just so he could use his pouch/in order to use...
7 Is it normal that I hate him?/for me to hate him?
8 He knocked on the door (right) when/just as we wanted to go to sleep.
9 What time do you have?/What time is it on your watch.

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1 How can you have teeth that/so ugly. that are so ugly
2 I'm indebted to the bank./I'm in debt to the bank. " in debt" is more natural - indebted could also mean that you are grateful to the bank.
3 I'm not sure/certain of his love for me. either
4 You shouldn't wonder/ask yourself why people hate you so much. either . That's why (needs explanation)
5 It's none of her business, even less her's since she's the one I'm furthest from. can you rephrase this?
6 He bought a computer just so he could use his pouch/in order to use... bought or brought ? either of the 2 but I am not sure about "pouch" in this sentence.
7 Is it normal that I hate him?/for me to hate him? either
8 He knocked on the door (right) when/just as we wanted to go to sleep. I prefer "just as"
9 What time do you have?/What time is it on your watch. What time is it please? / Do you have the time please?
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Hello Louise,

Here is what I'm trying to say in 5

It's none of her business, even less her's since she's the one I'm furthest from.
(I'm trying to say that it's not her business, and she not a person I would tell as she's not close to me "furtherest from" the opposite of "I'm close to her"


and for 9

I was trying to translate this:

Quelle heure as tu sur ta montre?/ Quelle heure est il sur ta montre?

How would you say that and are mine not correct?

Thank you
Can you say

It's none of her business, MUCH LESS her's since she's the one I'm furthest from.

THank you
Hello

These phrases would be very unnatural in English.

You would say - I am not close to her / she is not a close friend - rather than - she is the one I am furthest from. Grammatically there is nothing wrong with your sentence but it does not sound natural.

Similarly we do not ask people what time it is on their watch. You would ask "What time is it?" or "Excuse me , do you have the time please?" I think in the US they ask "What time do you have"? but I am not certain and only a native American would be able to tell you.

If you were looking at your watch and you were uncertain that it was correct you might say _"Joe - my watch says it's 12:30 - what does your watch say?" or - "what time is it according to your watch?".
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Can you say this though

It's none of his business, MUCH LESS her's since I'm not close to her.

Can I ask you one thing since you live in france;

How would you say

"j'aimerai une baguette pas trop cuite"

Thank you
Hello
alc24It's none of his business, MUCH LESS her's since I'm not close to her.
Yes you can say this
alc24"j'aimerai une baguette pas trop cuite"
Well a baguette is still called a baguette or sometimes a French loaf, French stick or French bread. This depends on where in the country you are and whether the baker is an artisan or a reseller. Many regular bakers in the UK are resellers.
If you ask for this in the UK I think that a regular baker would give you a strange look. Emotion: hmm

You could try " I would like a lightly baked baguette please" Emotion: smile