I do not know what preposition I should use after the word arrangements in the last line :I am not going to put it off any longer and make arrangements TO go next weekend.
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I have never gone parasailing but it is something I would definitely do if I had enough free time and money I have watched many videos where people are parasailing the more I watch them the more interested I become in practising this sport some day, there are not many places in my country where you can practise it but the few places where this sport is practised are not far from my hometown so I am not going to put it off any longer and make arrangements to go next weekend.
This is one very long run-on (and on & on) sentence. It is a actually quite a few sentences with a lot of punctuation missing.
I don't know where you are, so I will note that one word you used several times is spelled practice in US English and practise in UK English.
A more concise way of saying, "I am not going to" is "I will not." if you replace this, you might see why it is missing something.
I will not put this and make that.
You need to add will before the word make. Otherwise, the will not part is associated with both of the verbs put and make. I will not put and will make.
For the final preposition, I would choose for rather than to go.
I will not put it off any longer and will make arrangements for next weekend.
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