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proof read for me please

My characteristic to character characteristic is different because in my it didn't happened but if there will happened anything like this, my feelings probably going to same like Kate.

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    I'm not sure what you're trying to say here: My characteristic to character characteristic

    Did you leave out a word after "because in my?"

    In your last few words, you probably mean: "if anything like this happened to me, my feelings would probably be the same as Kate's."

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