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    2. "Peering out" means when something is just slightly out of an object, for example, "I peered out from beyond my front door to see who was outside."

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    2. yes exactly! rough seas usually implies big waves and possibly strong winds and rain storms. and a haul in this case refers to the amount of scallops they caught and brought back with them

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    2. La vieira, Callos de hacha

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    2. The gas tank on this motorcycle has a beautiful scallop paint job on it.

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    2. Hardly anything wrong, but I have highlighted the corrections with * *. If you want me to explain anything please ask! To the Editor, I am writing to tell other members of our food lovers community that a new restaurant *has opened* in our small town and the other day I visited it with my family. It's called "Sea Wolf" and located right behind the *fire station* on Green Street. *When we entered the restaurant the first thing we saw was an interesting sea themed decor!* It's like being on a pirate ship! Waiters wear *the* clothes of sailors, *the* tables are like old barrels and *the* menu is like *a* map. My children were delighted! However, the ambience isn't *the* only thing you can enjoy there. The kitchen is amazing indeed!! Aquariums are full of alive oysters, scallops, crabs *and* prawns. When you make an order you can choose which ones you want to be cooked. If you want raw scallops and oysters, waiters will shuck them for you and serve *them* with lemon and soy sauce. There is also a *lot* of fish dishes. I ordered steaks of salmon, my wife had a sea bass and *my* children had fried fish sticks. Everything was tasty!! Yours sincerely Andrew Krasovski Overall, I think you need to work on when to and when not to use the word “the” and in what situations it is needed to describe the noun after it! I think this is really good though, well done! I hope this helps :)

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    2. --> "It's called "Sea Wolf" and *it's* located right behind *the fire department building* on Green Street. The first *thing we saw when entering* the restaurant was *the interesting sea theme decor*. It's like being on a pirate ship! Waiters wear *sailors clothes*..." --> "...full of *live* oysters..." (set term) --> "When you *order*..." --> "There *are* [a lot]/[lots] of fish dishes" --> "... salmon steaks" (set term) As you can see, most of the changes are not due to errors, but eliminating the use of "of" which makes it smoother and more native-like. Excellent job

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    2. Did you know that marble is made of seashells? I am not joking! This is exactly what Earth Observatory (part of the EOS EOS Project Science Office at NASA Goddard Space Flight Center) wrote: "QUOTATION" Anyway, seashells are linked to positive symbolisms, first and foremost beauty and femininity. The birth of Venus (La nascita di Venere) painted by Botticelli depicts the goddess of love and beauty standing on a giant scallop shell, as pure and as perfect as a pearl. Who knows if Botticelli saw the Venus Pompeiana (la Venere Pompeiana) before creating his masterpiece Birth of Venus... Venus was the patron deity of Pompeii and in addition to the pleas of the lovelorn it was not unusual to call upon Venus Pompeiana for assistance or protection, as a shell proctects the organism which is housed in its perfect shape. Seashells are also a symbol of the golden ratio that represents the relationship between the whole and the part of the whole, thus expressing the connection between man and nature. Take for example the nautilus, a mollusc that has been around for almost 500 million years. It can be considered as the nomad of the sea for the hundreds of miles it has flown on currents. Its shell is a perfect golden spiral, a magnificent example of the incomparable artistic and architectural sense of nature. In some cultures seashells are a good omen gift for a blissful journey of life... For someone seashells has even healing powers. Because of their connection with water, sheashells hold the energetic intent for meditation. Regardless of symbolism, seashells are among the most remarkable design in nature. Maybe it is for the entire perfection of seashells' design that the only truly sane thing left for us to do is bring them closer to the ears to listen the whisper of the sea, with the innocence and the sense of wonder of a child.

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