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Thank you very much for your information.Here are some sentences I'd like you to check

1) You've to enter the airport. Don't use contracted forms.
2) When the plane lands, go to the baggage reclaim where you can collect your baggage.
3) I'm sure you'll have (not "you are going to have) a fantastic holiday.
Nature was God's instrument.
4) When the doors are open, get off the plane, walk through the airport terminal and go to the baggage reclaim.
5) We stayed on holiday two weeks.
Galileo Galilei proved that the Earth revolved around the sun.
6) Can you say "Good voyage?".
It was a very exciting and fun (amusing?) holiday.
7) Remember to fasten your seat belt before take-off. Go to the baggage reclaim, then pass the customs (??) and, if you want, hire a car.

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    1) You have to enter the airport. Don't use contracted forms.

    2) When the plane lands, go to the baggage claim area where you can collect your baggage.

    3) I'm sure you'll have a fantastic holiday.
    Nature was God's instrument.

    4) When the doors are open, get off the plane, walk through the airport terminal, and go to baggage claim.

    5) We were on holiday for two weeks.
    Galileo Galilei proved that the Earth revolved around the sun.

    6) Can you say "Good voyage?" -- Bon voyage.
    It was a very exciting holiday, filled with fun.

    7) Remember to fasten your seat belt before take-off. Go to baggage claim, then through customs, and, if you want, rent a car.

    Comma omissions; vocabulary choices.

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