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I forgot to include the following sentences.

1) Among English teenagers are popular skinny jeans.
2)Gulliver takes an aversion for every thing at home because European society is losing its values.

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    1. You need to reverse that sentence. The jeans are not a teenager. ;)

    Skinny jeans are popular among English teenagers.

    2. Put this sentence into the past tense. Also change "for" to "to".

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