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Hi guys

I'd like to ask you about the sentences below. Are they correct?

1. I feel that I would really need to set aside a big chunks of time if I was to go deeper into his world of training...

--- I think it should be "big chunks of time" without "a"?

2. I will send a link for more pictures in the next week.

--- "in the next week" is it correct? I would write "next week"

3. I think that as organizer, translator and driver I should be ...

--- Shouldn't it be "an organizer, a translator and a driver"?

Thank you
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Newguest1. I feel that I would really need to set aside a big chunks of time if I was to go deeper into his world of training...

--- I think it should be "big chunks of time" without "a"?
Correct. You could also say "a big chunk of time"
Newguest2. I will send a link for more pictures in the next week.

--- "in the next week" is it correct? I would write "next week"
Either one can be used. There isn't really any difference in meaning between the two.
Newguest3. I think that as organizer, translator and driver I should be ...

--- Shouldn't it be "an organizer, a translator and a driver"?
I prefer the original but this is also a case where either one can be used.
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RayH
Newguest
1. I feel that I would really need to set aside a big chunks of time if I was to go deeper into his world of training...

--- I think it should be "big chunks of time" without "a"?

Correct. You could also say "a big chunk of time"

One more thing: Shouldn't it be "If I were ..."

NewguestOne more thing: Shouldn't it be "If I were ..."
"if I were" is technically correct but "if I was" is quite common, especially in spoken (as opposed to written) language.
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