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Could you please check these sentences I'm not sure of? Thank you.

1)Who (amont you) gets the best marks in both English and science? Who achieves the best results in both English and science? We are going to choose high achievers who get the best/highest marks in both English and science.
2) All tests much be handed up to me (or "handed in") by ten o'clock.
Which is your strongest subject?
Who is best at English?
3) Cars pollute the environment because of the gas coming out (which verb is appropriate??) of the exhaust pipes.
4) When I go to the supermarket, I usually go to the counter of sliced meats and salami first (is the word correct?). Then I go to the one of frozen food.
5) Finally, I go to the check-out counter. I show the clerk the gift card to have points credited and be eligible for prizes (I don't know how to express it)I have points credited on my gift card.
6) Learn all the verbs included in the irregular verb list in your course book pp. 206-207. Do all exercises Unit 3 from p. 120 to p. 127 (or pp. 120-127)
Study carefully the vocabulary on food on the photocopy.

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    1) Who among you gets the best marks in both English and science? Who achieves the best results<~~This needs to be clarified: "the best results" in doing what? in both English and science? We are going to choose high achievers who get the highest marks in both English and science.

    2) All tests must be handed in to me by ten o'clock.
    Which is your strongest subject?
    Who is best at English?

    3) Cars pollute the environment because of the gas coming out of the exhaust pipes.
    Error! Gasoline doesn't come out of the exhaust pipes! The exhaust that is emitted is a combination of pollutants, depending on the type and age of the engine, but it's definitely not gasoline!
    http://www.abd.org.uk/exhausts.htm


    4) When I go to the supermarket, I usually go to the deli section first. Then I go to the frozen food section.

    5) Finally, I go to the check-out counter. I show the clerk the gift card to have points credited and be eligible for prizes through my account.

    6) Learn all the verbs included in the irregular verb list in your course book on pp. 206-207. Do all exercises in Unit 3 from pp. 120-127. Carefully study the vocabulary for food on the photocopy.

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