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1 Seeing the table cluttered, I decided to tidy it up.

2 Seeing everything looked so in order, we didn't clean anything else.

Are they correct? Or should they be as follows:

3 Seeing that the table was cluttered, I decided to tidy it up.

4 Seeing that everything looked so in order, we didn't clean anything else.

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After edit

  1. Seeing (that) the table was cluttered, I decided to tidy it up.

  2. Seeing (that) everything looked (well) in order, we didn't clean anything else.

Before edit

  1. Seeing (that) the table was cluttered, I decided to tidy it up.

  2. Seeing (that) everything looked so good in order, we didn't clean anything else.

I think it's "so good in order" instead of "so in order"

https://dictionary.cambridge.org/ko/%EC%82%AC%EC%A0%84/%EC%98%81%EC%96%B4/seeing-that

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  • It would be "well in order", not "good in order", but simply "in order"is also fine.
    – The Photon
    Jan 2, 2021 at 21:51
  • Dear The Photon, Thanks for the advice.
    – gomadeng
    Jan 2, 2021 at 22:30
  • Could you answer explicitly. I asked: Are the correct? Can you answer YES/NO?
    – user1425
    Jan 3, 2021 at 4:42

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