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Thank you very much. Can you please check these sentences for me?

1.People said that he lived in London. He was said to live in London
2.People say that he lives in London. He is said to live in London
3.People said that he had lived in London. He was said to have lived in London
4.People say that he has lived/lived in London. He is said to have lived in London
5.People say that he is living abroad. He is said to be living abroad
6.People say he was living abroad. He is said to have been living abroad.

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