Until a teacher answers you, may I share a few ideas?
(1) I believe that "If you are no longer wish to receive ...."
is just "bad" English. Since the verb is "wish," do not use
the verb "be." This is a common mistake made by learners.
If you wish to to use "be," you could say:
If you are no longer interested in receiving ....
(2) In English, you always need a verb. In some languages, it
is OK to say "You always right." But not in English. You need a
You are/seem always right.
(3) Yes, "pleasure" is a count noun. So we do use "a." (By the way,
you say that we can touch "pleasure." I do not think that we can.
We cannot touch "love," "hate," "happiness," etc.)
(4) Why "Such a great feeling"?
This is how I understand it:
(a) The "correct" order is "A such great feeling." But
native speakers have decided that they do not like that order. So
we have to say "Such a great feeling." Every language has special
points that learners have to learn.
(5) Create room for new ideas. "Room" in this sentence does not
mean a room such as a bedroom, living room, kitchen, etc. It means
something like "opportunities." If you say "Create a room for
new ideas," that means that you want to put new ideas into a
room with four walls!!!
(6) Americans say, "Do we have class today?" if you mean:
Is our class meeting today? (Maybe the teacher is sick)
But you would say, "Do you have a class at night?" when referring
to a specific class.
(7) I think that the sentence would be better as:
We need to know the qualifications of individuals we hire.
We need to know the qualifications of an individual we hire.
We need to know the qualifications of the individual we hire.
I think that you will get a faster reply if you ask only one
question each time.
Student or Learner