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

No. 1

M: What's that faint noise I can here? Is someone watching TV ( in the ) next room?

F: Maybe Mary is. The soccer game between Japan and Italy is now on TV.

M: I see. She loves soccer beyond anything.

No. 2

M: I'm here to have my CD player repaired [ fixed ]. It is within the guarantee?

F: According to the [ my ] data on your receipt, I'm afraid the

warranty ( had ) already expired.

M: You mean the warranty is no good? That's terrible.

No. 3

M: How are the preparations for the press conference?

F: I've prepared everything. You don't have to worry ( about ) it.

M: That's fine. It'll be at the risk of the future of our company.

Thank you. kenta
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KentaHello. I wrote three dialogues. Will you correct them?

No. 1

M: What's that faint noise I can here? Is someone watching TV ( in the ) next room? Yes.

F: Maybe Mary is. The soccer game between Japan and Italy is now on TV.

M: I see. She loves soccer beyond anything.

No. 2

M: I'm here to have my CD player repaired [ fixed ]. It is within the guarantee? warranty

F: According to the [ my ] data on your receipt, I'm afraid the

warranty ( had ) already expired. has

M: You mean the warranty is no good? That's terrible.

No. 3

M: How are the preparations for the press conference?

F: I've prepared everything. You don't have to worry ( about ) it. yes

M: That's fine. It'll be at the risk of the future of our company. The future of the company may depend on it.

Thank you. kenta

I hope my "shorthand" is clear.

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M: What's that faint noise I can hear? Is someone watching TV ( in the ) next room?
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