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1. We use "so" with an adjective (e.g. so long).
We use "such" when there is a noun (e.g. such a long time)
2. It sounds more natural to say "listening skills", perhaps because there are many things involved when you listen.
3. The correct preposition after "member" is "of".
4. Never put an adverb between the verb and the object.
5. We usually use "much" with a negative verb or in a question but "a lot of" or "lots of" in a postivie sentence.
6. Always use the infinitive after "will" and all other modal verbs.
7. "She said she wanted..." but "she told me she wanted...". After "tell" there must be an object, usually a person.
8. In this sentence, "favourite" is a noun and I have more than one favourite so we need an "s".
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