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Hello.
I have several grammar questions and will really appreciate some help.
1)Is the following word order possible in standard English: "I'll tell about it to all my friends in the team" or is it "I'll tell all my friends in the team about it."
2)the same question: "share with them your favorite movies" (especially if "something" is a long phrase: share with them blah, blah, blah) or "share your favorite movies with them"
3)is it possible to say: "Suggest local radio stations play our songs" (i.e. go to stations and offer our songs). Maybe just "take our songs to stations".
4)is it correct to say "ten of my friends" or "my ten friends".
Thank you for your help.

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  1. 1)Is the following word order possible in standard English: No, you should write it like this: "I'll tell all my friends on the team about it."

    2) This word order: "share your favorite movies with them"

    3)is it possible to say: "Suggest local radio stations play our songs" (i.e. go to stations and offer our songs). Maybe just "take our songs to stations". What is the subject for the verb here? To simply start with the verb makes the sentence a command. Is that what you intend?

    4)is it correct to say "ten of my friends" or "my ten friends". The first means that you have many friends but are referring to only ten of them. The second means that you have ten friends, no more and no fewer.

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