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Hi there again

I have some sentences that I would like you to take a look at:

I am out shopping I often go to a café with my friends. I earn a little money for this, by cleaning the stairs where I live.

We usually spend the winter holiday in Sweden, we travel with my uncle and aunt and my two cousins, with whom we rent a house.

Every year I spend a week with my grandmother, aunt and cousins in the summer house, during that week we go to the beach and have fun. 

I am very fond of animals and very interested in animals especially mammals, which I think are very fascinating.

I practice MTV-dance and go swimming in my free time.

I love films both real films and animated films, such as Disney and Pixar, a mutual interest that me and my father share.

Which are always hot and freshly baked, when you buy them at the baker.  

Hope that you are going to help me!
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When I am out shopping I often go to a café with my friends. I earn a little money ["to spend" may be better?] by cleaning the stairs where I live.

We usually spend the winter holiday in Sweden. We travel with my uncle and aunt and my two cousins, with whom we rent a house.

Every year I spend a week with my grandmother, aunt and cousins in the summer house. During [or, "house and"] that week we go to the beach and have fun.

I am very fond of animals and very interested in animals especially mammals [and very interested in them], which I think are very fascinating [fascinating means very interesting - you can't have 'very' fascinating].

I practice MTV-dance and go swimming in my free time.

I love films, both real films and animated films, such as Disney and Pixar, a mutual interest that me and my father share. [either 'a mutual interest for my father and me' or 'an interest my father and I share']

[text missing: I buy/like rolls? cakes?], which are always hot and freshly baked, when you buy them at the baker.
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Once again thank you very much Emotion: smile

I have two follow up questions:

What do you mean by "spend" in the first sentence? The point is that she earns money by cleaning the stairs. So I do not quite understand that "spend". Could you please clarify?

And the last sentence.The whole sentence is:

I am crazy about their baguettes, which are always hot and freshly bakd, when you buy them at the baker.

I was just not sure that "at the baker" was correct. So what do you say about that?
It's just not totally clear what 'this' is in the sentence, so I thought I'd make it a bit clearer by saying 'to spend', but your version is ok too.

'Baker' is ok, but in UK English we'd usually say 'the bakers' or 'the baker's' - I guess it's short for 'baker's shop'.
there are too many 'i' ...

I am very fond of animals...

I practice MTV-dance and ...

I love films both real films ...
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