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Could someone go through and edit this short passage for me. Many thanks.

Two boys, Patrick and Simon, were talking about their fathers.

Patrick started by saying that his father could remain underwater for five minutes. Simon replied, “But my father went underwater yesterday and has not come out of the water yet.”

Patrick was impressed and told Simon, “That’s means your father is a greater swimmer than my father.” “No,” Simon said, “That’s means my father has left this world
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All fine until the last sentence

“That means your father is a greater swimmer than my father.”

“No,” Simon said, “That means my father has left this world."
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Nona The BritAll fine until the last sentence

“That means your father is a greater swimmer than my father.”

“No,” Simon said, “That means my father has left this world."

Hi Nona

Thank you very much for going through the passage and pointing out the errors, which I didn't spot. They were careless mistakes.

Best regards