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Could you please help me with this?

1 He paid 10 dollars in quarters.
2 The more scratched my car is, the more I like it.
3 When your a tenant, the manager can't really do anything to your if you cause trouble, even less if your the owner.
4 I bought the house for 5 million, ten years down the line, it'll have gained 50 percent
5 We need to impose rules when playing becuase no one respects anything.
6 Within a mile radius of his house, he never wear anything but sweatpants.
7 You know my situation, you know what I can and can't buy.
8 I hadn't gotten fired becuase of a girl in a while especially not because of some ugly colleague I dated that went wrong. (talking about a person who has problems working with colleagues.)
9 You're never up for poker more than when you've won 2 in a row.
10 I've lived in my paranoia for a long time. (can you say this?)

thank you
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2. ok BUT a little smoother: the more my car is scratched...

3. you're a tenant / to you / if you're

4. million;

6. wears

7. situation:

8. too much for one sentence!

9. more up for poker

10. in with
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Thank you Philip.

One little question for the long sentence?

8 I hadn't gotten fired becuase of a girl in a while especially not because of some ugly colleague I dated that went wrong. (talking about a person who has problems working with colleagues.)

What about:

8 I hadn't gotten fired becuase of a girl in a while especially not (because of) some ugly colleague.

WHAT DO YOU THINK OF IT NOW? DOES IT MAKE SENSE HAVING READ THE BOTTOM EXAMPLE? CAN YOU LEAVE IN THE "because of" or not?

lets find a better example with the same structure:

I hadn't gotten put back into place by a woman in a while especially not by one so ugly.

thank you

What do you think?