See above.Hi teachers,
1) I am weak in English. I must receive English tuition. Correct?
andCan I use "take" in place of "receive"?
1) I am poor at English OR I am not very good at English. I must get some English tuition OR I must take English classes.
Note that we say "excellent/good/not very good/poor at English".
2) I don't like sweet things. Though I am eating a pastry. Correct? No.
2) I don't like sweet things, yet I am eating a pastry.
This doesn't need to be two separate sentences. If you want to use two sentences, then "I don't like sweet things. However, I am eating a pastry" or "I don't like sweet things. Despite that fact, I am eating a pastry."
Many thanks in advance.
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