Search results

  1. teechar

    Motivation letter - Msc in Software design

    Note that "software" is uncountable.
  2. teechar

    Motivation letter - Msc in Software design

    Who are you writing this letter to and why are you writing it?
  3. teechar

    An "about me" section in CV

    It's clearly quite verbose. Are you sure you want to include that kind of thing in your CV?
  4. teechar

    With this stone I seal the everlasting, that transgressions past shall not be pursued.

    It's bad English. I'd say it was translated literally from some other language, or it's the product of an automatic translation tool. Forget about it.
  5. teechar

    Moving

  6. teechar

    If one haven't caught something while doing a training for IELTS.

    I don't understand what you are asking for.
  7. teechar

    Funds transfer

    How are those questions relevant to the discussion?
  8. teechar

    Prime Minister held a meeting with Ministers' of Housing

    Welcome to the forum, Jennie. :) 1- Note the corrections. 2- "Yeah" is casual and not always appropriate. 3- Tarheel had already covered that point. 4- Please add "Not a Teacher" to your posts. After 10 or 20 posts, you can add that line to your signature.
  9. teechar

    Prime Minister held a meeting with Ministers' of Housing

    Hello Mona, and welcome to the forum. :) Also, "social solidity" is unnatural. What do you mean by it?
  10. teechar

    GRE prompt: Technological advancement should be to increase people's efficiency so that they have more leisure time.

    Take the above comments into account. Revise your text, and post it below. Remember to never complicate your phrasing unnecessarily. Focus on the ideas instead of on the complexity of the sentence.
  11. teechar

    Funds transfer

  12. teechar

    How soon after...would you do...? [

    That may change the meaning, though. I wonder if tobebetter was talking about a hypothetical/tentative situation.
  13. teechar

    How soon after...would you do...? [

    It's grammatical.
  14. teechar

    Month in review

    No, it's short for "The month in review" (not "a month in review"). They're talking about a particular month. You may also encounter "the week in review", "the year in review", etc.
  15. teechar

    The equipment is neither accurate nor safe.

    You'll find both. My preference is for the first version.
  16. teechar

    The differences of attitude toward employment between the old and young generations

    Right, but the OP's version isn't wrong. Also say: "I've learned a lot". We use the present perfect here because the action (learning) is recent and still relevant to the present time.
  17. teechar

    The differences of attitude toward employment between the old and young generations

    [ 1]: Instead of repeating the same phrases (e.g. “old generation”), you can vary your expressions a bit. [ 2]: That’s too formal and almost unnatural. It certainly does not fit with the overall level of formality of that paragraph.
  18. teechar

    Happy Christmas

    Merry Christmas, and may 2022 be a year of peace, happiness and success for all.
  19. teechar

    Asterisks in a TV programme

    I wonder if they're meant to be star ratings for those programs.
Top