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I left out the following sentences. They are part of the same paragraph. Thank you.


6.She is not going to give up (?) her second-holiday home because the rent is very cheap and the place does her husband good because it keeps him three hundred miles away from his library.
6. Finally, she thinks (I need a synonym) she plans of bringing some of the books and tha chairs from their London's flat (to the lighthouse).
7. While she lets her mind wonder back and forth in time, she remains fixed in the sitting room of her second holiday home.
8. Virgina Woolf never lets Mrs Ramsay's flow of thoughts be without control and mantains logical and grammatical organization.

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    6.She is not going to relinquish her second-holiday home. The rent is very cheap, and the place does her husband good because it keeps him three hundred miles away from his library.

    6. Finally, she plans to bring some of the books and the chairs from their London flat to the lighthouse.

    7. While she lets her mind wander back and forth in time, she remains fixed in the sitting room of her second holiday home.

    8. Virgina Woolf never lets Mrs Ramsay's flow of thoughts be without control. The author maintains logical and grammatical organization.

    Compare yours and mine VERY CAREFULLY -- to catch everything. For example, this is not the first time I've corrected "wonder" -- which should be "wander." Those two verbs are very different in meaning!

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