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I urgently need you to have a look at the following sentences. I really hope you are not looking after your grandchildren today.


1) Your account (description) of historical events is incomplete and occasionally wrong. In addition, you failed to cover the ten-line space (or just "the ten lines") as expected(required).
2) "Lady Macbeth is the main force of the play". She is very ambitious, more than her husband Macbeth, who starts the tragedy as a good man, but at the end he is a terrible tyrant.
3) Lady Macbeth is the driving force of the play. She is even more ambitious than her husband, who is presented (introduced) as a good man but ends up as a tyrant (being a tyrant).
4) Lady Macbeth is the dark side of her husband. She is more ambitious and worse (meaner?) than her husband is.
5) She tells Macbeth to kill the king but, most importantly, to take the daggers back to the crime scene.
Elizabeth I encouraged the hopes of princes, who were involved in acts of piracy against Spanish ships.
6) Elizabeth supported acts of piracy.
Sleeping and dead people are but pictures feared only by children (By??)

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    Grandkids are in school until about 4 pm (CST)!!

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    1) Your description of historical events is incomplete and occasionally wrong. In addition, you failed to cover the ten lines as required.

    2) "Lady Macbeth is the main force of the play". She is very ambitious, more so than her husband Macbeth, who starts the tragedy as a good man, but is a terrible tyrant before his death.

    3) Lady Macbeth is the driving force of the play. She is even more ambitious than her husband, who is introduced as a good man, but ends up being a tyrant.

    4) Lady Macbeth is the dark side of her husband. She is more ambitious and cruel than her husband is.

    5) She tells Macbeth to kill the king but, most importantly, to take the daggers back to the crime scene.

    Elizabeth I encouraged the hopes of princes, who were involved in acts of piracy against Spanish ships.

    6) Elizabeth supported acts of piracy.

    Sleeping and dead people are but pictures feared only by children.

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