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Are these sentences grammatically correct?
Are these sentences grammatically correct?

The dog had to choose jumping over the fence or to dig a hole underneath it.

She disliked hiking in the woods, picnicking, and going to the beach.

As I look down the city street, I see the soft lights from restaurant windows, hear the mellow sounds from a nightclub band, happy moods of people walking by.

The singers have been on several road tours, recorded for two record companies, and would like to make a movie someday.

They would rather order pizza than eat their sister's cooking.

I explained to the teacher that my car had broken down, books were stolen, and did not have an assignment pad.

That night the prisoner was sick, discouraged, and filled with loneliness.

As the truck rumbled down the street, it suddenly lurched out of control, smashing into a parked car and hitting the storefront of my uncle's hardwood store.

The teacher is patient, intelligent, and demands a lot.

He was determined to pass the math course, get his three credits, as well as a sense of achievement.

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asked by jennifer
  1. 1, 3, 6, 8, 9, 10 are wrong.

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  2. Here are my corrected sentences:
    1. The dog had to choose between jumping over the fence or digging in a hole underneath it.
    2. She disliked hiking in the woods, picnicking, and going to the beach.
    3. As I look down the city street, I see the soft lights from the restaurant windows, I could hear the mellow sounds from a nightclub band, and can feel the carefree mood of people walking by.
    4. The singers have been on several road tours, recorded for two recorded companies, and want to make a movie someday.
    5. Rather than eating their sisters cooking, they wanted to order a pizza.
    6. I explained to the teacher that my car had broken down, my books were stolen, and I did not have an assignment pad.
    7. That night the prisoner was sick, discourage and was filled with loneliness.
    8. As the truck rumbled down the street, it suddenly lurched out of control, it smashed into a parked car then hit the store front of my uncle’s hardwood store.
    9. The teacher is patient, intelligent and also demands a lot.
    10. He was determined to get his three credits, to pass the math course but for a senses of achievement as well.

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    posted by Jennifer

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