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We had a health checkup at school.
A doctor and two nurses came to our school. My hearing was good, and my eyes were not bad. I had two decayed teeth. There was a cavaty on each tooth. So I have to go to a dentist's to have the cavities filled in with amalgam or resin. The doctor said that I was in bad health. However, I had good news! I grew 5 cm from last year.
I don't need to wear glasses. Anyway, I will have to brush my teeth after eating.

(This is another version of the previous passage. Would you like to check the expressions? Thank you.)

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    Don't forget to check spelling -- "cavity." And in the sentence about growing 5 cm, you should replace "from" with "since."


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    "dentist's" should not be possessive ("...go to a dentist to have...).

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