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Hello. I wrote two dialogues. Will you correct them?

No. 1

M: Nice to meet you. I'm from Canada.

F: Where in Canada are you from? I'v been to Quebec.

M: I'm from Sydney. Do you know something [ anything ] about Sydney?

(Q. Is there any difference between 'something' and 'anything'?)

No. 2

M: Mr. Suzuki, may I introduce my firend Kaori ( to you )?

F: Sure. Please introduce her to me [ go ahead ].

M: Thank you. This is my classmate, Kaori.

F: Hello. Kaori. I'm Taro. I'm studying English literature at [ in ] college.

Thank you. kenta
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Good morning, Kenta,

No. 1

M: Nice to meet you. I'm from Canada.

F: Where in Canada ( are you from )? I've been to Quebec.

M: I'm from Sydney. Do you know something anything about Sydney?

(Q. Is there any difference between 'something' and 'anything'?)

That's a pretty idiomatic matter. Emotion: smile 'Anything' sounds better here.

No. 2

M: Mr. Suzuki, may I introduce my friend Kaori ( to you ) ?

The above words themselves are enough to perform the introduction.



F: Sure. Please introduce her to me [ go ahead ].

M: Thank you. This is my classmate, Kaori.



F: Hello, Kaori. I'm Taro. I'm studying English literature at Sheridan college at [ in ] college.

It sounds a little odd that speaker #1 calls him Mr. Suzuki, yet he tells Kaori to call him Taro.

Clive
Comments  
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You must use anything instead of something because this phrase is a question. In this case, "to you" is optional, because M are talking only with one person, who is, in this case, F. You can't use "go ahead" but a comma after the word "Please" is acceptable. The correct is "I'm studying English literature at college", because it is something that you are doing at the present and in some place, so "at" is the right preposition.
Thank you, both. Your comments are very helpful!

kenta