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1 Bath is a beautiful city in the West Country,no far from Bristol
2 the sea and Wales.Its Romans remains,superb Georgian architecture
3 and excellent shopping make a popular tourist destination.
4 Bath was at first developed during the Roman occupation
5 of the British Isles,almost 2000 years before.
6 The city still has the hot springs,around which
7 the Romans build large baths and a temple to Minevra.
8 After the Romans defeated,the little town of Bath grew
9 into a religious centre and a gorgeously abbey
10 with its famous stained glasses was built in the early 16th century.
11 In the 18th century drinking and the bathing in hot water
12 became into fashion. It was believed to be good for
13 health and royalties and highsociety came to stay and
14 enjoy the popular entertainments of a day,like
15 card-play,dancing and drinking

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1 Not fat
2 remainded
3 make it a popular ...
4 correct
5 - ago not before
6 correct
7 - built
8 - were defeated
9 - gorgeous
10 - correct
11 - a bathing
12 - BECAME what's wrong I cannot see !!!
13 - THE health and royalties and A high society - Have I spotted the mistakes ?
14 - the day - but why this the correct answer
15 - card-playing
1 Not fat / not faR: OK

2 remainded / no, you need a noun here, but "remain" is always a verb

3 make it a popular ... /OK
4 correct
5 - ago not before / OK

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2. reminders - of course - from the comma I have to understand that it must be noun!
6 correct /OK
7 - built /OK
8 - were defeated /OK
9 - gorgeous /OK
10 - correct /OK
11 - a bathing /NO: ... and bathing ... (no article)

12 - BECAME what's wrong I cannot see !!! /it's CAME! (to come into fashion, not "become"

13 - THE health and royalties and A high society - Have I spotted the mistakes ? /they believed it was good for the health(OK), and * royalties and the high society...

14 - the day - but why this the correct answer /"the" day = "the" time, period that they are talking of.
15 - card-playing /OK

* I'm not sure here.
It could be both the royalties (the royalties of the time)
or
"royalties" (some royalties)

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In 12 line - where is the mistake or there is no mistake ?Because I couldn't understand ! Sorry for that
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Here's the sentence:
In the 18th century drinking and the bathing in hot water became into fashion.

The correct expression is "to come into fashion", so: "In the 18th century drinking and the bathing in hot water came into fashion"

Or else you would have to say "became fashionable", but it doesn't go with your "into"

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Dear Maxmouse,

2 the sea and Wales.Its Romans remains,superb Georgian architecture

The mistake here is «Romans». «Remains» is not a mistake.

Best wishes,
Goldmund
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