What do you think about my english?
Topic: How to write about yourself in italian
June 17, 2019 / By Stella Question:
Well , it's from one year that I try to improve on my english, I'm not sure that I'm doing a good work, I'm italian I live in a little village in Sicily but I would like knowing many languages, so to improve on my english is the main goal in my mind at the moment, I would like visiting America to learn much better and often I dream about a trip around USA, it would be very important to me. So I'm asking what do you think about my english's level, is it pitiful? Did I Made phrases with sense?, am I clear? What here is incorrect? Thank you so much in advance for every kind of advice or help bye
Best Answers: What do you think about my english?
Queen | 4 days ago
Your English is very good for one year of study! You still mix up tenses etc a little bit, but that's only to be expected.
You could break up your punctuation a little bit more with dots and commas. That would help.
Just for guidance, here's how I would have written what you said:
Well, I've been trying to improve my English for one year. I'm not sure that I'm doing a good job. I'm Italian and I live in a little village in Sicily, but I would like to know many languages, so improving my English is my main goal at the moment. I would like to visit America to learn more, and often I dream about a trip around the USA. That is very important to me. So I'm asking, what do you think about the level of my English, is it pitiful? (No, it's not :) ) Do I make sense with my phrases / did I write phrases that make any sense? Am I clear? What here is incorrect? Thank you so much in advance for any kind of advice or help.
: ) Hope I helped and best of luck in the future!
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Well, it's been a year since I've started trying to improve my English. I'm not sure if I'm doing a good job. I'm Italian, I live in a small village in Sicily but would like to speak my languges so improving my English is my main goal at the moment. I would like to visit America to further improve my English and I often dream of travelling in America, it would be very important to me.
So, what do you think of my English level? Is it good or not? Do my phrases make sense? Am I clear? Is there anything here that's incorrect? Thank you very much in advance for any kind of advice or help. Goodbye.
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Well it's been a year that I have tried to improve my English.I am not sure whether or not I am doing it right.....I would like to know many languages.So to improve my English is my main goal at this moment.I would like to visit America to learn more ...around the U.S.A.Did my phrases make sense?..for any advice or help.
O.K. buddy.You are trying pretty good.It takes a lot of time to learn any language.English is my second language and after some 58 years of it I am pretty good at it.I also started Spanish some 50 years ago and I am not doing too badly.
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Hello, your English is good for somebody who has been learning English for just one year. Your sentences make sense and I understand them but you need to work on your grammar. If you would like to improve I would suggest coming to Malta. We are very close to Sicily and English is an official language here.
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I am English and I think it's really good! Well done!
If you do travel to England or USA you will be understood, and will get by just fine. The only way to truly learn a language is to be surrounded by it all the time when you have no choice but to speak it.
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