jushjust an English learner. I try to practice English writing by answering English questions on this website (iteslj.org/questions/). Could you please help me correct my English writing? Thank you in advance. : )
1. Describe a perfect date.
In my opinion, it is when
2two people havedo some activities that create memories together. It could be a normal activity such as watching a film/movie inat the cinema, dining at a restaurant, shopping or travelling but the most important thing is they have to be happy together.
It's an OK answer but I think it wanted you to describe what would be a perfect date for you.
2. Describe the appearance of the person you like to date?
I like a woman with good body shape, white skin and a beautiful face.
Obviously, you are answering for yourself, but if you are asked this kind of question in an exam or in real life, I recommend that you don't mention skin colour. Your answer might be perceived as offensive/racist.
3. Describe the character of the person you like to date?
Sweet, easy-going and funny.
4. Do you know what it means to 'go Dutch'?
don'tdidn't know but I looked it upinup on Wikipedia. It means that when a group of personpeople go eatingeat at a restaurant, each person pays for themselves. It's also called 'Dutch date' or 'Dutch treat'.
5. Is it usual for people in your country to 'go Dutch' if you go out together?
I think it isn't. In my country
athe man usually pays for the girlwoman.
If you want to use "man", then combine it with "woman". If you want to use "girl" at the end, then use "boy" earlier in the sentence.
6. Do you believe in love at first sight?
50/50. I think it begins with first impressions. If you like the look of a person you've met
has the appearance that you like, itthere could be a chance to continue and become agirlfriend and boyfriend. ThenIf you also like that person's character has the character that you like, ityou might also could be a chance toget married and grow old together. So it depends on luck. you have.
7. Where are some popular places to go on a date?
inon a working day, it isto a restaurant or the cinema. But, in long weekendat the weekend/for a long weekend, it isthe sea or the mountains.
Please see my amendments and comments above. You need to concentrate on your use of articles.
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