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  1. Anonymous
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    I want to study Eglish well!

    My name is Wenxian Tong,I am a Chenese.I like English very well!
    I am studying Math And Computer in Central South University now.
    As a student of grade two,I think my English hasn't improved a little Duering this two year,so I am a little worried. Of course studying English must be by himself,but if it can afforded a good surrounding and gave
    some advice or helped us,I think my English can improve quicker.
    when I know this Forums,I am very happy,I think I would come here frequntly and study many thingsI want.
    Thank you!
    I want to make freind with anybody liking English!Let us study hard!
    Thank you forever!

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    There are plenty of students and teachers here to help you. I'll reread your post a bit later and add some comments.

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    Re: I want to study Eglish well!

    Since you didn't exactly ask any questions, I'll just offer some corrections.

    Quote Originally Posted by Anonymous
    My name is Wenxian Tong,I am a Chenese.I like English very well!
    • My name is Wenxian Tong. I am a Chinese. I like English very much.


    I have been wondering if it is okay to use "Chinese" as a noun. Apparently, it is.

    Quote Originally Posted by Anonymous
    I am studying Math And Computer in Central South University now.
    • I am studying math and computers at Central South University now.


    The name of a subject (example: history) isn't capitalized, but a course name (example: American History) is capitalized.

    Quote Originally Posted by Anonymous
    As a student of grade two,I think my English hasn't improved a little Duering this two year,so I am a little worried.
    • As a student of grade two, I don't think my English has improved much during the past two years, so I am a little worried.


    That's all for now.

    :)

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    Re: I want to study Eglish well!

    Quote Originally Posted by Anonymous
    Of course studying English must be by himself,but if it can afforded a good surrounding and gave
    some advice or helped us,I think my English can improve quicker.
    • With the help of the people here, I think my English can improve faster.


    Quote Originally Posted by Anonymous
    when I know this Forums,I am very happy,I think I would come here frequntly and study many thingsI want.
    Thank you!
    • I am very happy to have found this forum. I think I will come here frequently and study many things. Thank you!


    I want to make freind with anybody liking English!Let us study hard!
    Thank you forever![/quote]

    • I want to make friends with anybody who likes English. Let's study hard! Thank you forever!

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