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Could you please take a look at this for me please

1 The tenderest of steak.
2 She made dinner in the time that I was gone.
3 You've put me in a delicate situation.

4 My hair is itching because of the helmet.
5 We have qsualified/We are qualified.
6 The handlebar seems fine/feels fine.
7 The more you cook the meat, the less you feel if its bad and expired.
8 He might not want to sell it when he's no longer in deb
9 Who but/other than/apart from your dad goes to the states often?

10 You/It must feel so light and wierd without that cast on.
I'm going just fast enough to not have to stop at the red lights.

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1 The tenderest of steak. Not a sentence, but OK as a noun phrase.
2 She made dinner in the time that I was gone. OK.
3 You've put me in a delicate situation. OK.

4 My hair is itching because of the helmet. OK. (head, actually, so this is a bit humorous)
5 We have qsualified/We are qualified. Either. Different meanings.
6 The handlebar seems fine/feels fine. Either OK.
7 The more you cook the meat, the less you feel if its bad and expired. No. I don't get it.
8 He might not want to sell it when he's no longer in debt. OK.
9 Who but/other than/apart from your dad goes to the states often? OK.

10 You/It must feel so light and wierd weird without that cast on. OK.
11 I'm going just fast enough to not not to have to stop at the red lights. OK.

CJ
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Are you sure these sentences came from movies? They can't be American; can it?[:^)]
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Thank you CJ.

I have a question, I was watching a french film and I tried translating, thats not the point though, are these sentences so unnatural that you wouldn't hear them? from what anon said, that seems to be the case.

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alc24are these sentences so unnatural that you wouldn't hear them?
No. Not to me.

CJ
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