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Can you pleas help me check these sentences, please? Thank you very much.

1) The book tells about/is about/deals with (are they all correct?) a boy who was killed in a car accident.
2)I liked this year's Christmas holidays because they were very long.
3)I spent Christmas day at home with all mu family. My mother cooked the Christmas lunch and we ate a lot.
4) I enjoyed the salmon my aunt cooked and the stewed (?) lamb of my mother (which my mum prepared).
5) On New Year's Eve I had a party with my friends and I really had a good time.
6) From 3 January to 5 January I spent three days in the mountains with my friends. I enjoyed myself because I sang, played on the snow (with the snow?) and skated on ie with my friends.
8) On 6 January I played bingo with people from my parish.I returned to school on 10 January. My holidays were long but went by very quickly.
9) Can you say "if he had this word written on paper", he would tear it.

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    1) The book tells about/is about/deals with (are they all correct?) a boy who was killed in a car accident.
    Since books don't talk, I'd ditch that first one! The other two phrasings are fine.

    2)OK

    3)I spent Christmas day at home with all mu family. My mother cooked the Christmas lunch and we ate a lot.
    "my" not "mu" -- comma after "lunch"

    4) I enjoyed the salmon my aunt cooked and the stewed lamb which my mum prepared.

    5) On New Year's Eve I had a party with my friends and I really had a good time.
    comma after "friends"

    6) From 3 January to 5 January I spent three days in the mountains with my friends. I enjoyed myself because I sang, played on the snow (with the snow?) and skated on ie with my friends.
    comma after intro phrase; "played in the snow" and "ice" (not "ie").

    8) On 6 January I played bingo with people from my parish.I returned to school on 10 January. My holidays were long but went by very quickly.
    comma after intro phrase; space after period after "parish"

    9) Can you say "if he had this word written on paper", he would tear it.
    I don't understand that. If he had what word? Only one word? Would he tear up the word or the paper? ??

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