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  • So, my mother says she is very scared by my driving every time on my car.
  • So, my mother says she is very scared by my driving every time on we're in my car.
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  • Practice Driving Everyday
  • I become adjusting the driving now.
  • I'm become adjusting to the driving now.
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  • Practice Driving Everyday
  • My work is a kind of programming robots.
  • My work is a kind of robotic programming . My work is kind of like robotic programming
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  • My first day.
  • My driving is too bad because I have not driven a car in 15 years.
  • My driving is too bad because I have not driven a car in 15 years.
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  • Practice Driving Everyday
  • I finally got a job, but is only for holidays.
  • I finally got a job, but it is only for [the] holidays.
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  • My first day.
  • I wake up at 5:00 AM ,drive to the park near by my house and drink a caffe everyday.
  • I wake up at 5:00 AM, drive to the park near by my house, and drink coffee everyday.
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  • Practice Driving Everyday
  • But, when I was in there, it turns great beacause I do what I like to do.
  • But, when I was in there, it turned out to be great because I did what I liked/enjoyed to do.
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  • My first day.
  • I become adjusting the driving now.
  • At last, I am becoming accustomed the to driving.
  • 「やっと」は英語で「at last」という。「なれる」は「accustomed」です。
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  • Practice Driving Everyday
  • I wake up at 5:00 AM ,drive to the park near by my house and drink a caffe everyday.
  • I wake up at 5:00 AM ,drive to the park near by my house and drink a caffe coffee everyday.
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  • Practice Driving Everyday
  • My driving is too bad because I have not driven a car in 15 years.
  • My driving is too really bad because I have not driven a car in 15 years.
  • Grammatically your original sentence is fine, but this sounds more natural.
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  • Practice Driving Everyday

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  • I have a Open Mind, I'm a patient, nice , pacific person :) .................
  • I have a open mind. I'm a patient, nice, peaceful person :) .................
  • Pacific could work, but not many people would understand the meaning, so peaceful would be a better choice. :)
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  • I'm Andres from Colombia , I like the mexican and my typical colombian food, I love listening Pop & R&B music, I like playing soccer , making yoga :) ....
  • It's said Spaniars are lazy and like a lot to go out for drinks.
  • It's said that Spaniards are lazy and like a lot to go out for drinks a lot.
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  • Talk about stereotypes is very difficult.
  • We also are friendly, lively, sociable and extrovert people.
  • We are also friendly, lively, sociable and extroverted people.
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  • Talk about stereotypes is very difficult.
  • Maybe we have to difference between people who lives in the north and people who lives in the south, because the weather is different and this can influence in our behavior.
  • Maybe we have to differentiate between people who lives in the north and people who lives in the south, because the weather is different and this can influence in our behavior.
  • "people" uses the verb conjugation for the third person plural.
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  • Talk about stereotypes is very difficult.
  • In North of Spain the weather is cloudy and rainy, so people are colder and more introvert than Southern.
  • In the north of Spain the weather is cloudy and rainy, so people are colder and more introverted than in the south / in southern Spain.
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  • Talk about stereotypes is very difficult.
  • However south of Spain is very hot and sunny, so that people here are more extrovert, livelier and friendlier than in the North.
  • On the other hand, the south of Spain is very hot and sunny, so that people here are more extroverted, livelier and friendlier than in the north.
  • "However" doesn't really fit here.
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  • Talk about stereotypes is very difficult.
  • People of Northerm eat heavier and hotter meals than southerm.
  • Northern people / People in the north eat heavier and hotter meals than southern people / people in the south.
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  • Talk about stereotypes is very difficult.
  • Heat in the South makes people relax during hottest hours (the famous Spanish "siesta")
  • The heat in the South makes people relax during the hottest hours of the day (the famous Spanish "siesta").
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  • Talk about stereotypes is very difficult.
  • General stereotypes about other countries are: English people are politically correct; Germans are big beer drinkers; Italians are seductive and romantic; French are rude and Chinese are hard workers.
  • Some general stereotypes about other countries are: English people are politically correct; Germans are big beer drinkers; Italians are seductive and romantic; French people are rude and Chinese people are hard workers.
  • Some demonyms like "Chinese" and "French" are really only used as adjectives. They must be followed by a noun.
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  • Talk about stereotypes is very difficult.
  • I haven't got a dog but I would like it.
  • I haven't got a dog but I would like (it) one.
  • This is correct but this is the more common way to express it.
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  • Speeking about dogs