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I just wanted to know if the following word choices are possible.

1) I spend 5 Euro (or Euros?) a week on phone calls. I'm a Tim subscribed.
2) How can I express the fact that you "I have been a Tim subscriber for two years".
3) I have got a Facebook account to keep (is it possible?) in touch with my friends around the world.
4) He set sail for the Archipelago Islands.
5) The ship is nearly swept away by the big waves.Though badly damaged,they manage to sail for five days and nights.
Then, the ship is hit by another ship and the narrator is thrown on board the other ship.

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  1. 1. Euros <<5 = plural
    I don't understand the second sentence here.

    2. I have subscribed to Tim for two years.

    3. delete "got" and, yes, "keep" is fine.

    4. OK

    5. OK

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