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Hi

Please tell me whether the words in bold have been used correctly. And also point out the grammaticall errors.

1.The Prime Minister will attend his cousin's ordination ceremony where he will see his cousin become the secretary of the club.

2. For my career, I am a little hesitant to consider my sister's advice as she is naive.

3. The stench of the rotten fish is making our stay here miserable.

4.These men do a most unpleasant work of cleaning the sewers for their livelihood.

5. The bombs exploded as soon as the train reached ......station. The hunt for the saboteurs has been further intensified.

6. She wanted to espose the scandals which the company was involved in much aganist her brother's wishes, who felt she was fighting against a juggernaut.

7. She wadded a few sheets of linen and kept them on his bed to give him warmth.

8. My Science teacher disliked him more for impertinence than for his laziness,

9.The mother rushed to the kitchen and following her was her daughter who scurried to tell her something very important.

10. She conned him by making him believe this to be her own house.
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Hi,

he Prime Minister will attend his cousin's ordination ceremony where he will see his cousin become the secretary of the club.

Ordination normally refers to the ceremony that makes someone a priest.

Clive
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For the most part, these look very good. I have a few suggestions, though.

6. She wanted to expose the scandals which the company was involved in much aganist her brother's wishes, and/ but she felt she was fighting against a juggernaut.

8. My Science teacher disliked him more for impertinence than for his laziness.

I hope these help.

-S
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4.These men do a most unpleasant job of cleaning the sewers for their livelihood.

or

4.These men do most unpleasant work in cleaning the sewers for their livelihood.

8. My Science teacher disliked him more for his impertinence than for his laziness. The original is okay but this sounds better.

9.The mother rushed to the kitchen and following her was her daughter who scurried to tell her something very important. "scurried" isn't wrong but it doesn't feel like it fits. I think "hurried" or "rushed" would fit better.
Thank you very much to both of you.
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Thanks, Clive. I'll keep it in mind.