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  1. I didn't eat breafast in the morning, so I fainted in the class. Even now I'm feeling little dizzy, I have to eat something now.


  2. I would hang all my washed clothes in a rope to make them(clothes) dry. Sometimes some clothes would fall from the rope when a wind blows heavily.


  3. I have decided to improve English from today. I will never leave my this thinking easily and I will strive it to achieve.


  4. Please don't take a strain to complete job. Do only how much you can.

Please correct my sentences.
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  1. I didn't eat breafast in the morning, so I fainted in the class. Even now I'm feeling little dizzy. I have to eat something now. You don't need to say "in the morning." It's when we eat breakfast.

  2. I would hang all my washed clothes on a line to dry them. Sometimes some clothes would fall from the line when the wind blew hard.

  3. I have decided to improve my English starting today. I will never leave my this thinking easily and I will strive it to achieve. Sorry, I don't understand this one.

  4. Please don't strain yourself to complete this job. Do only how much you can.



  5. Please correct my sentences.
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That is what is meant by clothes being "on the line".
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Thank you Grammar Greek.
I would hang all my washed clothes on a line to dry them. Sometimes some clothes would fall from the line when the wind blew hard.
I don't know what you mean by "on the line".

Actually I wanted to say that I hang my washed clothes in a rope as in this picture :

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