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Hi teachers ,

Would you possibly correct my sentences as below?

She sat for 03 driving tests ,but still haven't gotten a driving licence yet
She sat for 03 driving tests ,but still haven't gotten her driving licence yet
She sat for his driving test 03 times ,but still haven't gotten a driving licence
She sat for his driving test 03 times ,but still haven't passed it

Thank you in advance
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Pay close attention to the following:

She took the driving test three times, but she still hasn't gotten her driver's license.

She took the driving test three times, but she hasn't gotten her driver's license yet.
She took the driving test three times, but she still hasn't passed it.
She took the driving test three times, but she hasn't passed it yet.

1. You "take" a test.
2. Spell out the number "three".
3. She takes her own test; she (a woman) doesn't take his (a man's) test.
4. license
5. driver's license, not driving license.
6. The singular "she" can't take the plural "haven't"; you need "hasn't".
7. Use either "still hasn't" or "hasn't ... yet". You don't need both "still" and "yet".
CJ
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Thank you Califjim very much