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are these thesis good?
1) Cell phones are becoming increasingly popular and are in use almost anywhere one goes.
2) Now a day computers are so valuable and accessible that you can find them almost anywhere such as schools, offices and public places.
3) Even though basketball and football are different sports, they share many similarities such as having 4 quarters, offense and defense. There are multiple studies that show people who have pets are happier than those who don't.
4) There are multiple studies that show people who have pets are happier than those who don't.
5) In college it is critical to comprehend others' points of view to help you grow as an individual.
6) Facebook has more active users than twitter.
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  1. 2 and 3 is not wrong

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  2. All these sentences need at least one correction. I'll do one for you --

    3) Even though basketball and football are different sports, they share many similarities, such as having four quarters, as well as offense and defense. There are multiple studies that show that people who have pets are happier than those who don't.

    Now you try the rest, and someone here will give you feedback.

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