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Can you please check these two sentences?

1) He contrasts natural behaviour, which he regards as good to social behaviour, which was governed by reason and social conventions.
2) Long, low-neck T-shirts, which reach up to the tighs, are very popular among teenagers.
3) Can you say "I would want to" in English? Does it mean "I would like to"? Can you give me examples?



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    Read and compare VERY CAREFULLY to catch the punctuation (and one spelling) corrections:

    1) He contrasts natural behaviour, which he regards as good, to social behaviour, which he considers to be governed by reason and social conventions.

    2) Long, low-neck T-shirts which reach down to the thighs are very popular among teenagers.

    3) Can you say "I would want to" in English? Does it mean "I would like to"? Can you give me examples?

    Yes, that's its meaning. Usually people will use a contraction, so it sounds like how they convey this thought in speech.

    I'd like to...
    I want to...
    I wish I could...

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