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It wasn't necessary by her side to show so much modesty, because what he had done must have known for everybody. Sometimes it's necessary not to hide your prodigy and make sure the public that you're different from them. Neither too much modesty is good, nor too much pride. Keep wise distance between them.
Are there any grammar mistakes?
OK. I'll try to paraphrase it.
"She is too much modest. Once he had done something very special and didn't say".(I add my opinion at the end of the sentence), that sometimes it's not necessary to hide your talent. Neither too much modesty is good (in general), nor to be too much proud.
The rest is almost understandable. You probably mean something like, "You don't have to hide your talent. Neither too much modesty nor too much pride are good." (It's best to be somewhere in between).
I've mixed "she" and "he" mechanically. There must be "she".
She didn't say about what she's done(very kind thing).
Last edited by Raymott; 29-Nov-2013 at 12:06. Reason: fix typo
I'm trying to tell short story in my sentences. I mix tenses and want to know if the're correct. That's why very often you can't understand what I'm talking about. All my sentences are imaginary. I'm trying to improve my English using that way.(create some sentences and translate myself. It helps me to see my mistakes and to improve too).
You need to decide if you want to write a coherent paragraph or a list of unrelated sentences. Otherwise it's nonsense, and people here will rightly tell you so, and not bother to check it. We have to start from the premise that you are at least trying to write coherent English.