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These corrections got a lot of 'native nods' recently. ('Public' entries only.)

  • If I had to choose between contributing money to a small organization and a large one, I would opt for a small local group.
  • If I had to choose between contributing money to a small organization or a large one, I would opt for a small local group.
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  • Big Initiatives or Small Ones?
  • In my opinion, nevertheless, changes at small scale are more powerful than one can expect.
  • In my opinion, nevertheless, small scale changes are more powerful than one would expect.
  • Nevertheless sound strange here
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  • The impact of any action regardless big or small, should not be measured by the amount of people receiving certain aid but in terms of what that assistance means to the life or lives that are being positively impacted.
  • The impact of any action regardless of how big or small, should not be measured by the amount of people receiving certain aid but in terms of what that assistance means to the life or lives that are being positively impacted.
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  • Real change does not hinge on how much money someone obtains but in how that money or any other kind of resource give people the tools to change their mindset, overcome their circumstances, and consequently become a change agent for others.
  • Real change does not hinge on how much money someone obtains but in how that money or any other kind of resource gives people the tools to change their mindset, overcome their circumstances, and consequently become an agent of change for others.
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  • Real transformations stem for a genuine and timely support.
  • Real transformations stem from genuine and timely support.
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  • Altogether, I would donate my money to a small initiative instead of donating it to a large institution for I think small actions are the driving force of big transformations.
  • Altogether, I would donate my money to a small initiative instead of donating it to a large institution because I think small actions are the driving force of big transformations.
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  • I wish I didn't have to go there, but I don't have the choice.
  • I wish I didn't have to go there, but I don't have a choice.
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  • I wish I didn't have to go there, but I don't have the choice.
  • Second of all, a device for digital books is expensive, fragile and it needs on charge.
  • Second of all, a device for digital books is expensive, fragile and it needs to be charged.
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  • These days, many people read digital books on their computers. Do you think people will stop buying paper books in the future?
  • She stated that even though little actions might seem to be just like a drop in the ocean, that action is very valuable as it has the potential to drastically change the lives of people not only concerning material things but also people’s inside.
  • She stated that even though little actions might seem to be just like a drop in the ocean, that action can be quite influential as it has the potential to drastically change the lives of people not in regards to material things but also their character.
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  • When people feel that they are special and are more than just a number, they are more likely to commit to contributing to change their situation instead of just getting the money.
  • When people feel that they are special and are more than just a number, they are more likely to commit to contributing to change their situation instead of just collecting the money.
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  • Dear Sheryl,
  • Dear Sheryl,
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  • The Letter.
  • Dear Sheryl,
  • Dear Sheryl,
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  • The Letter.
  • Thank you for your letter.
  • Thank you for your letter.
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  • The Letter.
  • Thank you for your letter.
  • Thank you for your letter.
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  • The Letter.
  • It was great to hear from you again.
  • It was great to hear from you again.
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  • The Letter.
  • It was great to hear from you again.
  • It was great to hear from you again.
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  • The Letter.
  • Sorry, I haven’t written for a long time.
  • Sorry I haven’t written for a long time.
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  • The Letter.
  • Sorry, I haven’t written for a long time.
  • Sorry, I haven’t written for such a long time,.
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  • The Letter.
  • I`ve been busy with my exams.
  • I`ve been busy with my exams.
  • You could bring these two sentences into one as they are related i.e. "Sorry I haven't written for a long time, I've been busy with my exams."
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  • The Letter.
  • I`ve been busy with my exams.
  • but I`ve been busy with my exams.
  • As the previous corrector said before, joining some phrases is much more natural.
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  • The Letter.