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Can you please check these two sentences, please? Thank you

1) Nature ceased to be considered as a philosophical entity (concept?). It came to be felt as a real living being (real and living being) and to be described as it actually was.
2) The Romantics were concerned about the expierence of childhood.

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    1. Remove the first "as" and delete all in parentheses.

    2. spelling ~~> experience (but make it plural: experiences)

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    can you help me find a predicate to this sentence?The chicken in the barnyard .

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