Correção de texto: Maria's dress

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Maria is a girls who live in a street called "The Lime Tree", every girls in the street have a beatiful red pinafore dress patterned in flowers. Maria don't like flowers, but she likes dress, especially pinafore dress, however she don't have no one because she don't have enough money to buy. One day Maria had one idea: she would sell limonade to make enough money and buy one dress. So she asked hers parentes to buid a stand so that she could sell hers limonade. She sold ten liters of limonade which was enough to buy two dressess, one was blue and the other was black. Both of them have a yellow strap.
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Maria is a girl who lives in a street called "The Lime Tree", every girl(s)in the street has (have) a beautiful red floral pinafore dress.

Maria (don't) doesn't like flowers, but she likes[b] dresses
, especially pinafore dresses. However she doesn't have (no) one because she doesn't have enough money to buy it.

One day Maria had one idea: she would sell limonade to make enough money (and) to buy one dress.

So she asked hers parents to make a stand so that she could sell limonade.

She sold ten liters of limonade which was enough to buy two dresses, one was blue and the other was black. Both of them have a yellow strap.

We say: Maria doesn't like cake. Bob and Jerry don't like cake. Mary likes running. John and Bob run everyday. Roberto runs everyday.

You can also say [i]to make her own lemonade stand [/i] in order to avoid repetition. So it would be like : So she asked her parents to make her own limonade stand ( you don't need to repeat that is to sell lemonade as you had already mentioned it before).
Avatar do usuário Ancrispa 2555 8 57
I've made a really stupid mistake. Instead of everyday (adjective) you must read every day (adverb).

Roberto runs every day.
John and Bob run every day.