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I rub my body to make it dry.
I towel off my body to make it dry.
I made my body dry by rubbing it with a towel.

Please correct my sentences.
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Hi,
I rub my body to make it dry.
I towel off my body to make it dry.
I made my body dry by rubbing it with a towel.

Please correct my sentences.
These are correct grammar. However, they do not sound very natural.
For such a simple activity, we speak of it in a simple way. eg

I dry myself.
I dry myself with a towel.

Best wishes, Clive
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Thank you Clive.
If suppose someone rings up me when I'm drying myself, shall I say to him, "I just took a bath and drying myself now with a towel, will reach office within half an hour".
Hi,
You didn't rush to answer my last post, I see. Emotion: stick out tongue

Do you really want to give all the details?

"I just took a bath. I'm drying myself, and I'll reach the office within half an hour".

"I just got out of the bath. I'll be in the office in half an hour".

"I'll be in the office in half an hour".

If you say 'I'm drying myself', you don't need to add 'with a towel'.

Clive