Please check my translation.Emotion: smileThe red words must be used in the translation. Thanks in advance.

Vincent van Gogh didn't gain the respect of his talant in his life and he died in poverty.

Medicines could be very dangerous if a pacient takes them in the wrong way.

I don't think that all goods produced abroad are more superior than goods produced in our country.

Can I take your car?--No way!

It was clear that he had never been in Boston before. I could tell that from his way of observing the streets.

The recognition of the independence of Bosnia--Herzegovina by the European countries and the U.S. caused serious difficulties.

He always wanna have his own house in the suburb of London.

I haven't much respect for people which discriminate other's rights.

Emotions stood in his way to career.

When Steve finished the school he had to decide between the art college and the University.

Fred hoped that somehow he would become the best designer of the year.

Why do you think that you are superior to others? If you keep on proving your superiority you will lose all your friends.

Two teenagers were going to school when they saw a man who perfectly matched the description of the missing youth.

For the last few years the mobile phones have become so widespread that it's hard to imagine now the life without them.

The relationships between father and daughter were based on mutual respect.
Hi,

1. gain the respect - O.K, but "earn the respect" is also fine and common.

2. in the wrong way - improperly / mistakenly

3. more superior - better

4. no way (informal) - O.K in colloquial language, but "no, you can't" is also fine.

5. his way of - his point of view on

6. The recognition - O.K

7. respect, discriminate - O.K

8. stood in his way - O.K

9. decide between - decide between going to

10. somehow - finally

11. are superior, superiority - O.K

12. matched the description - O.K

13. widespread - O.K, but "popular" is also fine.

14. The relationships - O.K

Regards
Thanks a lot, but it's not necessary to change the red words. I asked just to check the articles, prepositions, word's order and so on. And red words, on the contrary, should remain unchanged.
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Hi,

That's why the majority of the red words was fine. I did see some grammar errors in your translation.

Hopefully, I'll check them out.

Regards
Hi,

Please check my translation. The red words must be used in the translation. Thanks in advance.

I assume you mean that we should change the rest of the sentence if necessary to fit with the red words.

Vincent van Gogh didn't gain the respect of his countymen in his lifetime and he died in poverty.

Medicines could be very dangerous if a patient takes them in the wrong way.

I don't think that all goods produced abroad are more superior than goods produced in our country.

Can I take your car?--No way!

It was clear that he had never been in Boston before. I could tell that from his way of observing the streets.

The recognition of the independence of Bosnia--Herzegovina by the European countries and the U.S. caused serious difficulties.

He always wanted to have his own house in the suburb of London.

I haven't much respect for people who discriminate against others.

Emotions stood in his way as he tried to build his career.

When Steve finished the school he had to decide between the art college and the University.

Fred hoped that somehow he would become the best designer of the year.

Why do you think that you are superior to others? If you keep on proving your superiority you will lose all your friends.

Two teenagers were going to school when they saw a man who perfectly matched the description of the missing youth.

For the last few years the mobile phones have become so widespread that it's hard to imagine now the life without them.

The relationships between fathers and daughters were based on mutual respect.

Clive
Clive I don't think that all goods produced abroad are more superior than goods produced in our country. Clive
Hi Clive,

Well, I must admit you're fast. However, we should say "superior to", not "superior than".

I prefer "better" in this context. I know it was in red, but I think it's important to check the red words as well.

Regards
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Thank you very much, Clive.
Thank you for the help.