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I left out these sentences. Can you please help me express them? Thank you very much!

1) I also use Internet to download music from different websites and then I save it on my computer or MP3 player. (where else can I save it? Flashdrive, USB memory stick…). I’ve never downloaded music illegally. I like ……. celebrity websites.
2) I have my personal blog which I update every day. I’ve already gone shopping online (or done online shopping, I've already shopped online?) and I often visit shopping websites.
3) I usually get in touch with my friends online in a chat room (I don’t know any) and I leave them messages on a message board. I prefer using IM (Internet messaging/chatting online) to emailing or calling my friends on my mobile phone.
4) None of my friends has got a personal webpage.
My favourite gadgets are my digital watch and my iPod nano.
5) I log on to news websites every day to keep up to date with what happens in the world.
What is the difference between "log on to" and "log in to" a website

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    1) I also use Internet to download music from different websites and then I save it on my computer, MP3 player, flashdrive, or a CD. I’ve never downloaded music illegally. I like ……. celebrity websites.

    2) I have my personal blog which I update every day. I’ve already gone shopping online (or done online shopping, I've already shopped online?)<~~all choices are fine and I often visit shopping websites.

    3) I usually get in touch with my friends online in a chat room, and I leave them messages on a message board. I prefer using Instant Messages or text messages rather than emailing or calling my friends on my mobile phone.

    4) OK

    5) I log on to news websites every day to keep up to date with what happens in the world.

    What is the difference between "log on to" and "log in to" a website. There's not much difference. I'd take "log on" to mean that you launch that website or go into the website. To "log in" (and also "log on") means to sign into the website with a username and password so that you can post comments or buy something if you want.

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