Student or Learner
Hello, teachers, whoever you are. I really need help with these sentences. I need you to find all the errors in these sentences and profeed before I post these sentences. Thanks!
"Hey, South Texas College deaf students, if you need help with your material from your classes, come to CLE for tutoring. We have three deaf tutors, including me, at CLE that can help you to succeed in your classes. It's important that you get help from a tutor so that you will not have to fail in your classes and not be overwheeled enough to drop some classes or drop out of college. Dropping some classes or dropping out of college isn't worth. Please come for tutoring. We care about your education. We will do anything to help you understand your material, we promise!"
It was pretty good already, with just a couple of actual errors. It was certainly understandable.
Note the correct spelling of "proofread" (which is both the present and the past tense form) and of "overwhelmed".