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couple of sentences with mistakes, can u guys try to find and correct?
in each sentence there is one grammar mistake.

  1. I tricked him to admit his guilt. --> I tricked him into admitting his guilt.
  2. Have you got used to live in that flat yet? --> Have you got used to living in that flat yet?
  3. I would only do it if I would know the details. -->I would only do it if I knew the details.
  4. If I were not taking this important exam, my friend wouldn’t come.-->If I were not taking this important exam, my friend would come.
  5. I’d rather you had not to stayed out so late.--->I'd rather you haven't stayed out so late.
  6. It is much more easy to do this task than the previous one.--> It is much easier to do this task than the previous one.
  7. He drives the same car like I do.--->He drives the same car like me? I? idk here sentense looks like correct one
  8. The exam having been corrected, the teachers were able to leave to home. ---> The exam having been corrected teachers were able to leave home.
  9. It was the most useful advise I had ever heard. --> It was the most useful advise I have ever heard.
  10. He can’t swim and neither cannot his wife.---> He cant swim and neither can his wife.
  11. So great a story it was that I wanted to hear it again.---> here idk whats is the mistake...
  12. 12. What Is the use of asking the same question over again. --- > what is the use of asking the same qestion again.
  13. If you have problems, John is the best person to talk.---> If you have problems, John is the best person to talk (to/with)? or maybe sth ealse
  14. He think to go to for his holiday this year.----> He thinks to go to athens( or of going..?)
  15. had set her heart for becoming a nurse and no-one was able to dissuade her for putting her ambition in practice. ---> no one
  16. She prides herself in being a very good driver. ---> She prides herself on being a good driver.
  17. The prospect to spend some of the best years of his life in prison appalled him.---> The prospect of spending.....
  18. Being a hot day we couldn’t go for a walk.---> idk here .
  19. Not being as much intelligent as I had hoped he was, he failed to understand what it was about. ---> Not being as intelligent as....
  20. You needn’t think I was taken by your joke.----> Don't you think I was...
  21. But for her warning me I would certainly been run over.---> But for her warning me i would have certainly been run over.
  22. While still a child, my grandmother died.---> While being still a child, my grandmother died.
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oke so ill give u my answers later , coz now il lgo eat sth, then i count on ur help Emotion: smile

1st: my answers , 2nd ur help

I hope this order is proper one:)

cya till tomorrow, today i wont be able to do it, because of my short concentration span ^^

though Ive typed all of this + my second post all on my own from written form into digits, now i regret that w/o my answers Emotion: stick out tongue tomorow ill add answers for sure Emotion: smile
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k I attempted to exercise myself Emotion: smile
can u check my answers now? please Emotion: indifferent
5. I'd rather you hadn't stayed out so late.

7. He drives the same car like me.

8. The exam having been corrected, the teachers were able to leave for home.

9. It was the most useful advice I had ever heard.

10. He can't swim and neither can his wife.

11. It was such a great story that I wanted to hear it again.

13. If you have problems, John is the best person to talk to.

14. He is thinking of going to Athens for his holiday this year.

15. Florence had set her heart on becoming a nurse and no-one was able to dissuade her from putting her ambition in practice.

18. Being a hot day we can't go for a walk. As it was a hot day we couldn't go for a walk.

20. You needn’t think I was taken in by your joke.

21. But for her warning me I would certainly have been run over.

22. While she was still a child, my grandmother died.
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optilang7. He drives the same car like me.
This is wrong. The original said: "He drives the same car like I do". The correct answer is "He drives the same car as I do". The rule is when comparing nouns use "like"; and when comparing verbs use "as".
He drives the same car as I do. Compares "he drives" with "I drive".
His car is just like mine. -> Compares "his car" with "my car".
Noun. Verb.
Thanks guys Emotion: smile