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1) It was the worst day she've had, yet it was the best day she've experence.

2) She went through a great deal of suffering.

3) She've learn a lot of from suffering.

4) The movie industry has changed a lot since the silence film era.

5) She was the greatest actress then.

6) She've lived in hallunciation, thinking herself she still could come back.

7) Her husband became her nurse, feeding her more lies about that she was still the biggest actress.

8) She wasnt realized she was over 50 years old.

9) After she died, she became more depressed.

10) She attempted suicdes many times, using razor to cut her wrists.
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Hi,

Welcome to the Forum.

1) It was the worst day she've had, yet it was the best day she'd experienced. This reminds me a little of the words Charles Dickens wrote to begin his novel, "A Tale Of Two Cities''. It was the best of times, it was the worst of times.....

2) She went through a great deal of suffering.OK

3) She's learned a lot from (or 'by' or 'through') suffering.

4) The movie industry has changed a lot since the silence film era. OK

5) She was the greatest actress at that time (or 'of her time').

6) She has lived in hallucination, thinking to herself that she still could come back. (Actors use the expression 'make a comeback')

7) Her husband became her nurse, feeding her more lies about how she was still the biggest actress.

8) She didn't realize she was over 50 years old.

9) After she died, she became more depressed. Your grammar here is OK. However, the meaning ....? I think that after I die, I will feel depressed, too. Ha-ha!

10) She attempted suicide many times, using a razor to cut her wrists.

Have you ever seen the famous movie, 'Sunset Boulevard', about a once-famous actress?

Clive
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Hi BW2/3,

There's never a a place for she've. It would convert into she have, which is not grammatical, (though it may be found in certain vernacular dialogues.)

There's she'd = she had, and she's = she is, or she has.
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Clive, thank you very much. Yeah, I saw the movie.
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What? You've never heard of the gospel song "Bringing in the She'ves"??? Emotion: smile
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We shall come rejoicing...