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hasib12345

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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 were a dog's life.

3) Maybe this time his businesses is going to dogs.

4) How are you going on with your business? -- In the doldrums, you can say.

5) What he said to me went in one ear and out the other.

6) You don't have an ear for Rabindra's songs. So you won't understand it.

7) He is a living death-alive but no more valuable/important than a dead body.

8) I wanted to circle back with you to give you so much advices.
 

englishgeek

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1) Shut up! You don't have to air your dirty linen in public.

2) Every day I go to the office and come back home. It seems as if it were a dog's life (Not a natural sentence. You could say: It feels like Groundhog Day) Check out the movie Groundhog Day with Bill Murray.

3) Maybe this time his businesses is going to the dogs.

4) How are you going getting on with your business? -- It's in the doldrums, you could say.

5) What he said to me went in one ear and out the other. (perfect!)

6) You don't have an ear for Rabindra's songs. So you won't understand it. (probably ok, but I am not familiar with Rabindra)

7) He is a living death-alive but no more valuable/important than a dead body. (I am not sure what you mean exactly?)

8) I wanted to circle back with you to give you so much some advices.
 
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