Instead of inundating you with grammar rules (which usually sound abstract and out-of-context), here’s a document that will hopefully benefit both the language-proficient and the grammatically-challeneged. This is a straightforward exercise – if you do want the answers ASAP and/or the grammatical rule involved, drop me a message (email/ text). Happy to oblige.
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