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Could you please help me with correcting these sentences?
  • Watch a movie and before you know it it'll be time to leave.
  • They are both as famous as one another/as each other.
  • I can't hold it in/back any longer. I'm going to pee my pants.
  • It doesn't hurt as much when you are alone as when there are 2 people.
  • There further back you step to see the painting the more you see that there is something wrong with it.
  • The door slides open a lot smoother now that its been oiled.
  • The more vintage it is, the more expensive it gets.
  • I'm so tired I can fall asleep in any condition/under any condition.
  • That's how you know how many people there are in here.
  • If you're not sure who's supposed to pay what, don't ask the client to pay his bill. He might a
  • When I do this task it means I'm almost sone with my shift.
  • Charge the cost to/against my expense account.
  • I don't see her as much now that I'm working at night.
  • I didn't know if i was supposed to do that.
Thank you
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PLEASE HELP ME WITH THESE SENTENCES THAT ARE DRIVING ME CRAZY

THANK YOU

  • Watch a movie and before you know it it'll be time to leave.
  • Each is as famous as the other.
  • I can't hold it any longer. I'm going to pee my pants.
  • It doesn't hurt as much when you are alone as when there are two people.
  • The further you stand from painting the more you see that there is something wrong with it.
  • The door slides more smoothly now that it has been oiled.
  • The older the vintage it is, the greater the cost.
  • I'm so tired I can fall asleep in any condition/under any condition. EITHER
  • That's how you know how many people there are in here.
  • If you're not sure who's supposed to pay what.
  • When I complete this task it I will be almost done with my shift.
  • Charge the cost to/against my expense account. EITHER
  • I don't see her as much now that I'm working at night.
  • I didn't know if i was supposed to do that.