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1. The girl heard the ringing of her cellphone, so she got up and surprised to get a text message that Park Jisung, the famous soccer player is coming to their school.

2. Did you see the text message which Jinsu sent. Park Jisung will come to our school.

3. So many students were waiting for Park Jisung on the playground. They seem to be excited to meet him.

4. However, Park Jisung didn't show up. Instead, Mr. Park Jisung, the math teacher showed up. It happened on April Fools' Day. To trick their friends, Junsu had sent a text message to some of his friends. Later Jinsu said, "It's April Fools' Day."

(Would you check the story and correct errors? Thank you.)

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  1. 1. The girl heard the ringing of her cell phone, so she got up and was surprised to get a text message that Park Jisung, the famous soccer player, is coming to her school.

    2. Did you see the text message which Jinsu sent? Park Jisung will come to our school.

    3. So many students were waiting for Park Jisung on the playground. They seem to be excited to meet him.

    4. However, Park Jisung didn't show up. Instead, Mr. Park Jisung, the math teacher, showed up. It happened on April Fools' Day. To trick their friends, Junsu had sent a text message to some of his friends. Later Jinsu said, "It's April Fools' Day."

    Very nice! Be sure to compare these sentences very carefully with yours to catch the little errors I fixed -- mostly punctuation.

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