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Are the sentence below correct in terms of grammar (verbs, nouns and so on that are italic)?

Adjective

They say that Simon is the strongest man in the fitness club.

He is the strongest man on earth

That is the strongest building in the city

Neither Joan nor Jamie wanted the plate of rice for yesterday’s lunch.

He is a wanted criminal

That is the toy John wanted to buy for his kid

This is the biggest room in the mansion.

This is the biggest building in the world

That was the biggest hurricane that hit the city

There is too much sugar in this cup of tea. It is much too sweet.

Don’t eat to much of sugar

He is much smarter than the teacher

Conjunction

Courage is to a man as beauty is to a lady.

I am as tall as John

English is used as an international language

We will not be allowed to camp at East Coast Park unless we have a permit.

You can pass the exam unless you study hard

The company will close down unless it makes some money

Auxiliary Verb

Those cartons of drinks have been bought here for tonight’s party.

I have been running for more than an hour

I have a dream

The toddler would not sit down and have his dinner unless his mother is with him.

You have worked hard for the company

The authorities have predicted when the storm will hit the city

Noun

Neither my sister not her friends planning to attend the party tonight.

He is planning to build a house

His planning failed
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Solomon_13000Are the sentence below correct in terms of grammar (verbs, nouns and so on that are italic)?

Adjective

They say that Simon is the strongest man in the fitness club.

He is the strongest man on earth

That is the strongest building in the city

Neither Joan nor Jamie wanted the plate of rice for yesterday’s lunch. Verb in the past tense.

He is a wanted criminal Past participle used adjectivally.

That is the toy John wanted to buy for his kid Verb in the past tense.

This is the biggest room in the mansion.

This is the biggest building in the world

That was the biggest hurricane that hit the city

There is too much sugar in this cup of tea. It is much too sweet. Indefinite pronoun. (Some grammarians in some countries think differently.)

Don’t eat to much of sugar Indefinite pronoun. (Some grammarians in some countries think differently.)

He is much smarter than the teacher Indefinite pronoun. (Some grammarians in some countries think differently.)

Conjunction

Courage is to a man as what beauty is to a lady. Relative pronoun.

I am as tall as John

English is used as an international language Preposition.

We will not be allowed to camp at East Coast Park unless we have a permit.

You can't pass the exam unless you study hard

The company will close down unless it makes some money

Auxiliary Verb

Those cartons of drinks have been bought here for tonight’s party.

I have been running for more than an hour

I have a dream Main verb.

The toddler would will not sit down and have his dinner unless his mother is with him. Main verb.

You have worked hard for the company

The authorities have predicted when the storm will hit the city

Noun

Neither my sister not nor her friends are planning to attend the party tonight. Present participle.

He is planning to build a house Present participle.

His planning failed Gerund or verbal noun.

Correct unless marked otherwise. I have made some corrections as well.

CB
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Plan is a verb as well as a noun. I am planning my wedding. She always plans her vacations very carefully. Her vacation plans are very details.

Solomon, if you don't mind some advice - don't worry about what part of speech something is. It won't help you talk better or form more natural sentences. Does it matter whether as is a preposition or a conjunction as long as you use it correctly?
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Plan is a noun. How can it be a Present participle?
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Well im using individual words to contruct sentences. This words I obtain from books that teaches words alone. So I am analyzing the words deeply and using it to build sentences. Its like a kindergarden book that shows a word and an image.