Hi again, many sentences need to be corrected, please !

I 've got a lot of wrong sentences - according to the book who said that they are wrong - that need to be corrected. They are a lot, but I 'll put them ten by ten, I appreciate you help in advance! By the why, telling why 'd be much better !

1: Your hands are not very clear. ( may be " clean " not clear ) ?

2: At last the ship it managed to rich the harbour. ( may be " reach" not rich ) ?

3: The sun was shining at the sea.

4: The storm cause a very big damage.

5: He did not leave me to go. ( may be " let " not leave ) ?

6: We saw the boat to sink and run for help.

7: I am enough comfortable he told.

8: Sometimes when it happens the sea to be rough we do not go for baths.

9: The teacher, he explained us our mistakes as usually.

10 : What shall I do with all these money.

That’s all for this time :slight_smile:

I have underlined the problem areas. Please fix them and post your revised sentences here. (Hint: some of your 'maybe’s are right.)

1: Your hands are not very clear.
2: At last the ship it managed to rich the harbour.
3: The sun was shining at the sea.
4: The storm cause a very big damage.
5: He did not leave me to go.
6: We saw the boat to sink and run for help.
7: I am enough comfortable he told.
8: Sometimes when it happens the sea to be rough we do not go for baths.
9: The teacher, he explained us our mistakes as usually.
10 : What shall I do with all these money?

There is more than one error in some of those sentences.
EDIT:
OOPS! I was working on the correct versions and explanations when MM posted the above message. I’ve removed them until the OP has time to retry them… sorry if you were quick enough to see them before I took them away again.

Okay, I am here again Mr. Mister Micawber Thanks for giving me the chance - wow sounds like good rhyme, Thanks for giving me the chance - anyway, I 'll try to fix them, later I 'll be please to see you opinion:

1 : CLEAN instead of clear.
2 : At the last the ship managed to reach the harbour.
3 : The sun was shining ON the sea.
4 : The storm CAUSED VERY BIG damage.
5 : He did not LET ME go.
6 : We saw the boat SINKING and RAN for help.
7 : I am COMFORTABLE ENOUGH he SAID.
8 : Sometimes when the sea HAPPENS to be rough we do not go TO bath.( I am not sure about this particular one ! )

9 : The teacher explained OUR mistakes as USUAL.
10 : What shall I do with all THIS money.

I hope I was succeded fixing them, thank you Mister Micawber ; you made me trust myself.

Almost perfect.

4 : The storm CAUSED VERY BIG damage. – Grammar is OK, but collocation is not. ‘Caused a lot of damage’.

8 : Sometimes when the sea HAPPENS to be rough we do not go SWIMMING/BATHING.

9 : The teacher explained OUR mistakes as USUAL.-- Yes, or ‘our mistakes to us’.

10 : What shall I do with all THIS money?

In addition, something to bear in mind:
2 - A more common alternative would be ‘at last…’ without the article.

A lot of thanks Mr. Micawber and Mr. ( Mrs. ) Beeesneees. Your instant replies encouraging further questions.

Your instant replies encouraging further questions. or

Your instant replies encourage (my) further questions.

Thanks

Please stop criticising the attempts of others.