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I left out the following sentences. Thank you, Writeacher.



1) The poet sees his dying friend as if he were (was??) drawning in the deadly gas.
2) The memory of his dying friend returns in the poet's dreams (nigtmares is possible?).The poem is addressed to all those who think of war as a noble adventure. (but: the poet is addressing all those...).
3) He is obessed with hate and revenge (not BY??). The last stanza conveys/present the message of the poem (are both possible?).
4) When he comes to himself, he feels he has come(had come out?) of a great sickness.
5) In chapter ten it is described the experiment that turns Dr Jekyll int Mr Hyde.Jekyll notices that Hyde is smaller than him(??). He understands that he has two options: live as an evil man or eliminate Hyde by killing him.
6) He opts for the second option and commits suicide. Cn you say "he drinks off the potion??"

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    1) The poet sees his dying friend as if he were drowning in the deadly gas.

    2) The memory of his dying friend returns in the poet's nightmares. The poem is addressed to all those who think of war as a noble adventure. (but: the poet is addressing all those...)<~~That's OK, too.

    3) He is filled with hate and revenge. The last stanza conveys the overall message of the poem.

    4) When he comes to, he feels he has come out of a great sickness.

    5) In chapter ten, the experiment that turns Dr Jekyll int Mr Hyde is described. Jekyll notices that Hyde is smaller than he is. He understands that he has two options: live as an evil man or eliminate Hyde by killing him.

    6) He chooses the second option and commits suicide.

    Cn you say "he drinks off the potion??" <~~No, but you can say he drinks all the potion

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