[042] Two Sentences - Ticket For My Uncle / Telling Good From Bad -

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Sep 6, 2012 13:35 exlang-correctionplea
Would you mind correcting these two sentences?
I'd appreciate your support.

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(A)
I was told by my mother to get a train's ticket for my uncle, who had just visited New York.
"He could go himself," I said.
Then Mother said, "Your uncle is out because he definitely has to meet someone today. You know that, don't you? So go ahead soon."

(B)
The important thing is that, in judging something is good or bad, you should always make clear from what viewpoint it can be regarded as such.