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please correct the following sentences, if they are not in right contexts.

intermittent:

1. I don't know why john attends the classes intermittently.

2. the manager intermittent reviews have not effect on the staff and moreover, it developed indicipline among the staff.

3. Recently, john comes to his house intermittently. This causes worry to his mother.

Abate:

The rain has not yet abated. it may take some more time to decrese its intensity.

I have not attended to the english classes regularly, due to which my class teacher is angry on me and still her anger has not yet abated.

Abominable:

Bided: John bided for his friend for a long time at the bus stop. Atlast he went back to his home.

John bided his time, then he purchased an apartment at a low price.

Sara bided her time, before marrying john.
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Hi,

Can you try first? Remember to look for missing capital letters.

Why are there no sentences for 'abominable'?

Clive
Dear clive sir,

Please correct the sentences, I would be very greateful to you sir. These are my own sentences using the above words.
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Hi,

Can you at least try to add capital letters. You need one to start each name, and at the start of each sentence.

Clive
Clive sir, I would be very greatfull to you for your kind suggestions.
Please correct the following sentences, if they are not in right contexts.

Intermittent:

1. I don't know why John attends the classes intermittently.

2. The Manager intermittent reviews have not effected on the staff and moreover, it developed indicipline among the staff.

3. Recently, John comes to his house intermittently. This causes worry to his mother.

Abate:

The rain has not yet abated. It may take some more time to decrease its intensity.

I have not attended to the english classes regularly, due to which my class teacher is angry on me and still her anger has not yet abated.

Bided: John bided for his friend for a long time at the bus stop. Atlast he went back to his home.

John bided his time, then he purchased an apartment at a low price.

Sara bided her time, before marrying John.
Hello friend, Ramesh.

Intermittent:

1. I don't know why John attends the classes intermittently.

2. The Manager intermittent reviews have not effected on the staff.Moreover, it developed indicipline among the staff.

3. Recently, John comes to his house intermittently. This causes worry to his mother.

Abate:

The rain has not yet abated. It may take some more time to decrease its intensity.

I have not attended to rthe English classes regularly, due to which my class teacher is angry on me and still her anger has not yet abated.

Bided: John bided for his friend for a long time at the bus stop. Atlast, he went back to his home.

John bided his time, then he purchased an apartment at a low price.

Sara bided her time, before marrying John.
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Hi,
Please don't call me 'Sir'.

Intermittent:

1. I don't know why John attends the classes intermittently.

2. The Manager's intermittent reviews have not positively effected the staff and, moreover, they have caused a decline in discipline

3. Recently, John comes home intermittently. This causes worry to his mother.

Abate:

The rain has not yet abated. It may take some more time to decrease its intensity.

I have not attended to the English classes regularly, due to which my class teacher is angry with me and still her anger has not yet abated.

Bided: John bided for his friend for a long time at the bus stop. Atlast he went back to his home.
This use of 'bide' is archaic. The only time 'bide' is normally used today in the expression 'bide your
time'.

John bided his time, then he purchased an apartment at a low price.

Sara bided her time, before marrying John.

Clive