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When the bucket is empty, hook up one end of the hose into the bucket and the other end to the tank. And suck the end (which is into the bucket) of the hose so that water can flow from the tank into the bucket.
Please you go a bit aside, I want to put this chair here.
Please you go aside as you are standing in front of TV and I'm not able to see it.
Please sit aside(was sitting on the floor), I'm going to put this pot here.

Please correct my sentences and suggest me better versions too.
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When the bucket is empty, place one end of the hose into it and the other end into the tank. Then suck on the end of the hose which is in the bucket, creating a vacuum so that water is drawn from the tank into the bucket.

Please move just a bit; I want to put this chair here.
Please step to the side. You're standing in front of the TV, and I can't see it.
Please sit over there; I'm going to put this pot here.
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When the bucket is empty, hook up one end of the hose into the bucket and the other end to the tank. Now suck the hose's end (the one in the bucket) so that water can flow from the tank into the bucket.
Please step aside a bit, I want to put this chair here.
Please step aside so that I'm able to see the television.
Please make room, I'm going to put this pot here.
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But in the last sentence, the expression "make room" sounds more formal. Could you please suggest to me any common expression for the same?
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You are hiding TV, please step to the side so that I can view it(TV) properly.

Please let me know if this sentence is correct.
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You're blocking the TV. Please step to the side so I can see it.