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Misha
  • ’ during the 2 hours class, this dialogue continuously repeated once again every 1 minute.
  • Dduring the 2two-hours class, this dialogue continuously repeated once again every 1 minute.
  • You could also have "During the two hours of (the) class ..." "Repeated once again" is a bit redundant.

Jul 10, 2016 18:04 Public Crafts class
Misha
  • A boy who sat nearby me kept repeatedly asking his teacher,' can I listen to the music?
  • A boy who sat nearby me kept repeatedly asking his teacher,_' can I listen to the music?'
  • "Nearby" usually isn't followed by an object. So you can have "A boy who sat near me kept ..." or "A boy who sat nearby kept ...."

Jul 10, 2016 18:03 Public Crafts class
Misha
  • For some reasons, I got the opportunity to join this class today.
  • For somevarious reasons, I got the opportunity to join this class today.
  • I suggest "various" because it's the most common phrasing, and it avoids interference with mis-reading of "for some reasons" as "for some reason" (singular), which suggests one doesn't know the reasons. "For various reasons" suggests only that the speaker or writer doesn't feel a need to explain them.

Jul 10, 2016 18:03 Public Crafts class
galaxy
  • ’ during the 2 hours class, this dialogue continuously repeated once again every 1 minute.
  • During the two hour class, this dialogue continuously repeated once again every 1 minute.
  • It's not a well-known rule and the rule varies depending on who you ask, but write out numbers under ten (some people say write out numbers under one hundred, but it is your preference).

Jul 10, 2016 00:38 Public Crafts class
galaxy
  • A boy who sat nearby me kept repeatedly asking his teacher,' can I listen to the music?
  • A boy who sat nearby me kept repeatedly asking his teacher, "Can I listen to the music?"
  • Always use double quotes around quotations

Jul 10, 2016 00:38 Public Crafts class
galaxy
  • It made me feel the innocence like returning to my school days.
  • It made me feel the innocence like returning to my school days.
  • This is technically correct, but it might sound more natural to say "feel innocent" or you may want to describe the innocence you felt to make the meaning of the sentence more clear.

Jul 10, 2016 00:38 Public Crafts class
Eis
  • This time, I accept the challenge again.
  • This time, I am accepting the challenge again.
  • Because you are in the process of "accepting the challenge/challenging" now . Tomorrow,if you haven't gave up,you will still in the process of "accepting the challenge". So it's something continuous and in the present thus present continuous.

Jul 9, 2016 19:27 Public Typhoon holiday
Eis
  • Embarrassingly, I have had not enough a patience to finish any English novels before.
  • Embarrassingly, I have not had not enough a patience to finish any English novels before.
  • or "I didn't have enough patience..." or "I haven't had enough..."

Jul 9, 2016 19:27 Public Typhoon holiday
ecohansen
First, Yay for New Aealand birds! I've always loved Kakapos. For your question, English articles (冠词) are very, very tough. We usually use "the" to talk about something that's already been introduced into the conversation. If we're t...

Jul 7, 2016 15:19 Public Yesterday, I watched BBC mi...
ecohansen
  • It is one of charm of her novels which indulge us in reading her books.
  • It is part of the charm of her novels in which we indulge when reading her books.
  • "one of the charms" OR "part of the charm" BUT NOT "one of the charm" "I indulge in eating chocolate" OR "I indulge myself by eating chocolate" OR "my dad indulges me, and lets me eat chocolate" BUT NOT "chocolate indulges me" OR "eating chocolate indulges me"

Jul 6, 2016 20:08 Public Yesterday, I watched BBC mi...

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