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I urgently need you to check these few sentences. Thank you.




1) The flowers are not described as statically as in a painting but (as) alive with motion.
2) Her mind moves back and forth in time, whereas she stays fixed in the sitting of her second holiday home.
3)The task of the poet is to open men's souls to the inner reality of nature and to the calm, meditative joy she can offer us (or to use?):
4) The interior monologue has the following features: First, it is immediate since it lacks the conventional syntax and it is free from introductory expressions; second, it doesn't follow a chronological or a logical formal order of events and time is perceived as subjective; third, the rules of punctuation are not respected.
5) Mrs. Ramsay lets her mind wander back and forth in time.

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    1) The flowers are not described as still and unmoving, as in a painting, but alive with motion.
    (The word "static" really doesn't fit quite right here.)

    2) Her mind moves back and forth in time, whereas she herself stays fixed in the setting of her second holiday home.

    3)The task of the poet is to open people's souls to the inner reality of nature and to the calm, meditative joy she can offer us.

    4) The interior monologue has the following features: First, it is immediate since it lacks the conventional syntax and is free from introductory expressions; second, it doesn't follow a chronological or a formal order of events because time is perceived as subjective; third, the rules of punctuation are not respected.

    5) OK

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