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Hello,

I am not sure the answers are correct for the following sentences? Could you help me check them out. Thank you very much

The instrction is please put the words into the following sentences. You may need to change the form of the word.



Nouns:, wresting

Verbs: acquire,

Adjectives: definite,, gentle, skeptical



1. When Tom said that was a good place to live, I looked at him skeptically at first.

2. The motorcycle was too big for me, I had to acquire it into a parking space.

3. After I asked her to go to a movie with me, Susan laughed gently and said,”Let’s just be friend.”



4.. When I have enough money, I’m definitely going to buy a new car.

5. The thief used his newly wrestling position as a student to acquire a key to the computer room.



If the question 5 is correct, please explain the meaning of the sentence. I am a little bit confused about its semantics. Thank you for your help.
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These are wrong:

2. The motorcycle was too big for me, I had to acquire it into a parking space.
5. The thief used his newly wrestling position as a student to acquire a key to the computer room.
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Mister said that 2 and 5 are wrong. I changed the answers for these two questions. Could you help me check them out? Thank you for your help.

2. The motorcycle was too big for me, I had to wrestle it into a parking space.

5. The thief used his newly acquired position as a student to acquire a key to the computer room.

Thnak you again.
Yes, they are OK, now.