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I have some more sentences to check on the same subject.Thank you very much!

1) I took off a day because I was ill.
Correction: I took a day off...
Or I went sick (I took a day sick leave/I asked for a day sick leave??)
2) I would like to work at my passion because I would be more motivated.
3)When I will be an adult, I would work at my passion because it is the job itself that determines my satisfaction.
I would like to work at a job which is also my passion.
4)If you work at a career, you are motivated by the prospects of promotion.
She took on (not over) the responsibility for the whole family.
5) She has taken over as the head of the family business.
I'd prefer to work at my passion because I could fulfill myself (completely).
6) If you work at your passion, you can do your job better.

  • English -

    1) I took a day off...
    I took a sick day.
    I asked for a day of sick leave.

    2) I would like to work at my passion because I would be very motivated.
    (When you use "more" you need to complete the comparison ... more than what??)

    3)When I am an adult, I will work at my passion because it is the job itself that determines my satisfaction.
    I would like to work at a job which is also my passion. <~~best phrasing yet!!

    4)If you work at a career, you are motivated by the prospects of promotion.
    She took on responsibility for the whole family.

    5) She has taken over as the head of the family business.
    I'd prefer to work at my passion because I could fulfill myself completely.

    6) OK

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