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    You raise your voice against..

    Okay thanks for not answering my questions! If you aren't capable of answering my questions you shouldn't have created this forum. Successfully wasted my valuable time creating an account in this shitty forum.
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    You raise your voice against..

    Are these sentences grammatically correct and natural enough? ▪ You raise your voice against slavery which has existed since time immemorial and was abolished in 1948. But at the same time you are not criticising the people involved in neo-slavery: sugar daddies, call girls, etc. You know...
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    Well, Einstein would say..

    Do these have the same meaning? If not, please explain why. 1) Well, Einstein would say this if he were alive today! 2) Well, Einstein would have said this if he were still alive today.
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    Getting harder to tell...

    Could anyone please explain the parts in bold? ▪ Getting harder to tell which of these fembinos are dudes in drag and which are just societal-reject girls that have just given up.
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    When will our...

    Are these sentence grammatically correct and natural? Please suggest a better one if you think so. 1) When will our conscience prick? 2) When will our dozing conscience arouse?
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    Look at her being..

    Thanks ❤ Could anyone please tell me in which places of a sentence natives shorten to make it flow bettter? Like, is it the shortened version of the following sentence? "Look at her being grossed out by him kissing her" ▪Look at her, she is being grossed out by him as he kisses her.
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    Look at her being..

    Is it grammatically correct and natural enough? Is it the short version of this: Look at her (she is)being grossed out by him kissing(as he kisses) her. ▪ Look at her being grossed out by him kissing her.
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    Meanwhile back in reality..

    Could anyone please explain the parts in bold? Would it be grammatically correct if I write "accept" instead of "accepting" here? ▪Meanwhile back in reality, most will drain your bank account, stress you into an early grave, and create unnecessary problems in your life while never accepting...
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    Don't be curled...

    Thanks a million ❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤
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    Don't be curled...

    Are these sentences grammatical and natural enough? ▪Don't be curled up, man! This isn't look good on you. You need to protest against injustice because you have a great potential in writing against it. Your writings are like weapons against injustice; every word is like a bullet that creates a...
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    Right up

    What does "right up" meaning here? Please provide some example sentences for better understanding. ▪ I'd be more worried about a stranger right up my rear!
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    I have lived through...

    Which one sounds grammatical and natural enough? If none, please suggest a new one. 1) I have lived through 21 springs but I haven't found my twin flame yet. 2) I've seen 21 springs come and go but I haven't found my own twin flame yet. 3) 21 Springs have passed and I still haven't found my...
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    Being

    Would it be grammatically correct If I removed "being" from this sentence? ▪ I was scared about my 40-year-old secret being so unexpectedly revealed!
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    How intensely....

    Are these sentences grammatically correct and natural enough? 1) How intensely obsessed over a TV series some people can be, that they had even recreated it themselves! 2) How intensely obsessed these people were with a Tv series that they had recreated it by themselves!
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    Are these sentences...

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    These distasteful statements..

    Are these sentences grammatically correct and natural enough? 1) These distasteful statements are normal from/with these people. 2) These distasteful statements are the norm from/with these people. 3) These types of distasteful behavior are normal from/with these people. 4) These...
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    You officious...

    Can I say this "You're a bootlicking prick of the government."?
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    You officious...

    Are these sentences grammatically correct and natural? 1) You officious little prick! 2) You're a bootlicking prick of government.
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    Are these sentences...

    Are these sentences grammatically correct and natural enough? If not, please suggest the natural ones; mainly those which are used more frequently in conversations. 1) Shut up! You don't have to air your dirty lines in public. 2) Everyday I go to office and come back home. It seems as if it...