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    2. The first sentence is grammatically perfect. In the next sentence, instead of After __ got up It would be better to say one of these: After I got up After getting up In the first example, if you use the past tense of the verb, it must have a subject as well. Each clause must have a subject and a verb. In the second example, however, the word “after” makes that clause past tense. Because the next clause has “I” as the subject, the verb “get” can have an “-ing” ending, and the subject can be inferred through context (Also, don’t forget to double the consonant so you have “getting” instead of “geting.”). In the third sentence there’s a lot that can be done to say the same thing with fewer words. First, the word “shot” doesn’t really fit. I think you were trying to make a past tense version of “shop” by changing the “-p” to a “-t.” However, the word “shot” is actually the past tense of “shoot” like with a gun. present | shop past | shopped (pronounced “shopt” or similar to シャプト) present | shoot past | shot As for the phrasing, instead of the verb “shop” you should use “buy” (pronounced “bai”, or similar to バイ) which is another irregular verb. To buy is the act of exchanging money for something. To shop (verb form) is to look for something to buy. present | buy past | bought (pronounced “bot” or similar to バト) Therefore, the sentence would be When I shopped for a pachinko, I always bought Japanese’s anime pachinko. Another thing to fix with this sentence is the phrase “Japanese’s anime.” The word “Japanese” means “from Japan”, so it doesn’t need the posessive (-‘s) after it. Also, in the west, “anime” is assumed to mean Japanese animation, so there’s no need to specify that it’s from Japan. Considering this, the sentence becomes When I shopped for a pachinko, I always bought anime pachinko. We’re talking about a specific event, so a general term like “always” doesn’t need to be there. Also, “shopped” needs to be changed to “went shopping” for the same reason. When I went shopping for a pachinko, I bought anime pachinko. This sounds repetitive because “pachinko” is used twice. It can be assumed that, if you are shopping for a pachinko, you would end up buying a pachinko. So even though it’s technically correct, it can still be shortened to When I went shopping, I bought anime pachinko. It’s a very complicated matter and I’m not a certified teacher, so I’m sorry if I didn’t say everything very clearly. The fourth sentence is pretty good, however you need to have the ending quotation marks at the end of the title of the anime. Because it’s a title, you should capitalize each word. Also, a comma should come after the ending quotation marks. My favorite pachinko is “Puella Magi Madoka Magica”, series which is one of the most famous anime in Japan. If you want to specify that the title is the title of a series, you should put it before the title. For example, My favorite pachinko is from the series “Puella Magi Madoka Magica”, which is one of the most famous anime in Japan. In the fifth sentence, again, instead of “shopped” (which is what I assume you intended to say) you use the past tense of “buy”, which is “bought”. But, I bought others today. The word “others” generally refers to other people. So, instead, you can say But, I bought other ones today. The sixth sentence begins with the term “in result” which could go several ways, but isn’t correct by itself. Here are some similar phrases to begin a sentence that would work as well: In all, In the end, As a result, I assume that “consumed my medal a lot” means “spent a lot of money.” So that’s what it sould be. In the end, I spent a lot of money. For the seventh sentence, this is how I would phrase it: I may not go shopping for pachinko for a while. I hope this was helpful!

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