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These corrections got a lot of 'native nods' recently. ('Public' entries only.)

  • My hair colour changed a bit darker.
  • My hair colour is now a bit darker.
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  • 社会復帰への一歩 ◆ Ready to the society
  • The appearance in a mirror was a quite different person.
  • My appearance in the mirror was a quite different person.
  • A native speaker would probably write: My appearance in the mirror was that of a different person. Or My appearance in the mirror was quite different from usual.
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  • 社会復帰への一歩 ◆ Ready to the society
  • The appearance in a mirror was a quite different person.
  • Looking in the mirror, I thought my appearance was completely different.
  • There are a lot of ways to write this sentence, but its meaning doesn't communicate easily unless it's written a certain way.
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  • 社会復帰への一歩 ◆ Ready to the society
  • My hair colour changed a bit darker.
  • My hair colour became a bit darker.
  • Consider: It made my hair colour a bit darker.
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  • 社会復帰への一歩 ◆ Ready to the society
  • I dont know that how about japanese peple
  • I don't know that how about Japanese people
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  • I dont know that how about japanese peple
  • is looked by wold peple.
  • is are looked perceived by other people around the world peple.
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  • I dont know that how about japanese peple
  • In addition, there is certain love expression such as alternative lifestyles.
  • In addition, althernative lifes certyain loves express love ion differentsuch ways from alternaditionalve marrliagfestyles.
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  • The cause of decreasing birthrate in Japan.
  • I caught a cold?
  • Did I catch a cold?
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  • I have a little sore throat のどが少し痛い
  • I was very sad to hear about the announcement of the clousure of the factory.
  • I was very sad to hear about the announcement of the closure of the factory.
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  • Thanks and best wishes
  • It was there for almost thirty years and it isn't fair all of They've done.
  • It was there for almost thirty years and it isn't fair all of tThey've done.
  • No need to capitalize "they've"
  • Native Nods 1 Notebook 0
  • Thanks and best wishes

These are corrections which were bookmarked (added to your notebook) recently ('Public' entries only.)

  • I like classical music ,especially Moonlight by Beethoven.
  • I like classical music, especially Moonlight Sonata by Beethoven.
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  • I like classical music ,especially Moonlight by Beethoven.
  • Of course you should be honest and try to tell the truth to your friends, family or other people.
  • Of course, you should be honest and try to tell the truth to your friends, family, and other people.
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  • Should you always tell the truth?
  • But is the truth always clear?
  • But is "the truth" always clear, and are there any different viewpoints about it?
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  • Should you always tell the truth?
  • All her friends said she was ugly, and they never expected she would find a boyfriend.
  • All her friends said she was ugly, and they never expected that she would find a boyfriend.
  • Native Nods 0 Notebook 1
  • Should you always tell the truth?
  • But somehow, she did.
  • But, somehow, she did.
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  • Should you always tell the truth?
  • Her friends laughed about it and said he was a lier.
  • Her friends laughed about it and said he was a liar.
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  • Should you always tell the truth?
  • The girl married to the boy and after a few decades, she was the most beautiful woman in the circle of her friends.
  • The girl married to the boy and, after a few decades, she was the most beautiful woman in her circle of her friends.
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  • Should you always tell the truth?
  • She was happy, confident and willing to adorn herself with nice clothes and accessaries.
  • She was happy and confident, and she adorned herself with nice clothes and accessories.
  • In this case, she's beautiful because of the clothes and accessories themselves, rather than her willingness to wear the clothes and accessories. As such, use the simple verb "adorn" instead of the verb phrase "was willing to adorn." This list of reasons for her beauty has to be separated as a result since you are now using the two verbs "was" and "adorn" instead of the single verb "was."
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  • Should you always tell the truth?
  • And of course, she was loving and loved.
  • And, of course, she was loving and loved.
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  • Should you always tell the truth?
  • Maybe he was always telling the truth, because she was beautiful for his eyes.
  • Maybe he was always telling the truth, because she was beautiful to him.
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  • Should you always tell the truth?