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    Learning how to write English sentences meaningful

    I have problems in writing...what I write normally does not make sense or does not sound smooth as other people do! Please advise me where I could seek help or any websites that could help me to perfect my writing in English. Thank you in advance to any people out there helping me out!!!

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    Re: Learning how to write English sentences meaningful

    Welcome to the forum.

    If you have specific questions about an aspect of English grammar, you can post them in this section. If you would like comments or corrections on short pieces of your own writing, post them in the Editing and Writing Topics section of the site and people can take a look. Note that it might take a few days before you get a response in that section. Remember that we do not help with homework.
    Remember - correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing make posts much easier to read.

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