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1. I see a woman who is lying on the sofa watching TV. She has put her hand on her cheek.

2. I see a girl who is sleeping on a sofa with the blanket covered.

3. I see a girl who is sleeping on a sofa, covered with a blanket.

4. I see a girl who is lying on the sofa on her left, watching TV, putting her hand on her cheek.

(Would you check the sentences?)

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    I think I already checked these earlier today.

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