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    a beaming of joy

    Please help me the check the following paragraph. Thanks!

    Taiwan, my hometown, is famous for its beautiful scenery. There are so many amazing scenic spots that you would never miss and the view everywhere there will make you carefree and joyous. Taipei 101, the tallest building in Taiwan, is one of the most wonderful sightseeing spots in Taiwan. The building is always jam-packed with people coming and going all the time. When you ascend to the top of the building, you can watch the panoramic view of Taipei City. From the top you look down on the great landscape, where the houses, the cars, and the people on the ground coming into sight become so small. The special experience gives you a beaming of joy and keeps you in a good mood. Besides, in its food court, there are well-known restaurants offering delicacies that satisfy your appetite for food. Furthermore, there is a boutique section which provides the latest fashion. Itís a pleasure to do some shopping or just go window-shopping there. Taipei 101 is a really good place to visit and go for a one-day trip.

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    Re: a beaming of joy

    What is the purpose of writing this short piece?
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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    Re: a beaming of joy

    It's just a student's paragraph writing of his homework. The topic is "An Amazing Place."

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    Re: a beaming of joy

    Quote Originally Posted by Ashiuhto View Post
    It's just a student's paragraph writing of his homework. The topic is "An Amazing Place."
    Why are you posting the homework of another student?
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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    Re: a beaming of joy

    The paragraph has been revised by me. However, I'm not sure whether the wording and phrasing are idiomatic. Therefore, I need experts to help me correct the errors.

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