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hirashin

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Dear native English speakers,
Could you check my sentences ?

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①My uncle is coming tomorrow. / My uncle will come tomorrow. / My uncle is going to come tomorrow.
②What time are you leaving this afternoon? / What time are you going to leave this afternoon?(leave =出発する)
③Is your brother playing a video game now? Yes, he is.
④Does your mother often go to the United States? Yes, she does.
⑤Do you ever go to Tokyo? Yes, I do.
⑥I went to Nara Park last Saturday.
⑦Did you go to Tom's house/home/place last night? Yes, I did.
⑧What are you doing now? I'm doing my homework.
⑨Will you open the door? Sure. / Can you open the door? Sure.
⑩I'll help you.

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①Where do you live?
②What time are you arriving at the park? / What time are you going to arrive at the park?
③My father goes to Kobe every Wednesday. [goに三単現のesが付く。every のあとは単数形]
④We are leaving the day after tomorrow. / We are going to leave the day after tomorrow.
⑤Tom is going to arrive here at two o'clock. [時刻の前にはatが付く]
⑥Did they meet Mike yesterday morning? Yes, they did.
⑦What are you doing tomorrow morning?
⑧Will you help me? Sure.
⑨I'll arrive there at three o'clock. / I'm arriving there at three o'clock. / I'm going to arrive there at three o'clock.
⑩Do you ever play video games? No, I don't.
⑪Tom helped us last Sunday.
⑫They don't go to school on Saturdays.
⑬Mary plays tennis on Sundays. / Mary plays tennis on Sunday.
⑭Do they often help you? Yes, they do. [繰り返しすることは現在形]
⑮They are going to study abroad this/next summer.
They are studying abroad this/next summer.
They will study abroad this/next summer.
⑯My uncle will be president of this/the company next month.
⑰Tomorrow will be cold. / It will be cold tomorrow. / It's going to be cold tomorrow.
⑱I'll go to Australia someday.
⑲I'm going to your house/home/place at nine tomorrow morning.

Thanks in advance.
Hirashin
 
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Those look really good. Not wrong at all, but I would not use "home" in that way.

Again, these sentences are correct, but I'd phrase them this way:
④Does your mother often go to the United States? Yes, she does.
> ...go to the US very often?

⑭Do they often help you? Yes, they do. [繰り返しすることは現在形]
> ...help you very often?
 
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