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Sometimes I need to ask some questions in order to request a central question.
Could you please check my usage of pronouns?

Assume, I would like to post a question below.
- There are three sentences.
- I want to combine the sentences into one sentence.

I shouldn't use the same word "sentence," should I?
Do the following sentences make sense?

(1) I want to combine the ones into one.
(2) I want to combine these into one.
(3) I want to combine them into one.

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Sometimes I need to ask some questions in order to request a central question. 
Could you please check my usage of pronouns?

Assume, I would like to post a question below.
- There are three sentences.
- I want to combine the sentences into one sentence.

I shouldn't use the same word "sentence," should I?
Do the following sentences make sense?

(1) I want to combine the ones into one.
(2) I want to combine these into one.
(3) I want to combine them into one.
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