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Thank you for your last corrections. Can you check the grammar on the following sentences, please?

1) Can you say "mint pudding with fused dark chocolate"?
2) My aunt bought a perfume for me.
(instead of the usual: she gave me a perfume for Christmas)
3) We had cheese ravioli or ravioli with cheese.
4) Do you use the preposition "through" with the following words: the door, the tunnel, the wood, the forest
5) the preposition "across" with : the road, the bridge, the level crossing, zebra crossing, the desert (field, plain, countryside), the square, the river, the channel
6) the preposition over with: the gate, the fence, the bridge, the flyover
7) Is it correct to say "Carry on straight ahead as far as the traffic light (or until you get to the traffic lights)
8)I went to the mountains. Two days afterwards (also later?) I went back home.
9) For my main course I had chicken with chips (can you say "as my main course?")
10) I went to a friend's house for a party.

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    1) I love mint-chocolate pudding.

    2) My aunt bought perfume for me.
    (Or -- She gave me perfume for Christmas.)

    3) We had cheese ravioli.

    4) Do you use the preposition "through" with the following words: the door, the tunnel, the wood, the forest Yes, that's right.

    5) the preposition "across" with : the road, the bridge, the level crossing, zebra crossing, the desert (field, plain, countryside), the square, the river, the channel Yes, that's right when you mean from one side to the other.

    6) the preposition over with: the gate, the fence, the bridge, the flyover Not the last one, but yes for the others when you mean to cross something by going above it.

    7) Is it correct to say "Carry on straight ahead as far as the traffic light (or until you get to the traffic lights) I'd just say "Go straight ahead" or "Drive straight ahead."

    8)I went to the mountains. Two days later, I went back home.

    9) For my main course, I had chicken with chips (can you say "as my main course?") Yes, either works.

    10) I went to a friend's house for a party. fine

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