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    The introduction speech

    I am a Chinese student,I am an English major ,this Thursday our class will have a introduction speech.I prepared one, could you please help me to check if there exists some errors? Or could you please give me some advice about how to make an introduction?Thank you so much!(Please understand if there are errors in these sentences : ) )

    Introduction
    Hello everybody, I’m very glad to stand here and give you a short speech. I guess there is always a problem exists in the world .It will appear on any occasion. That’s to introduce yourself. When I meet the question, I often talk about two things.
    The most significant one is who I am and what my name is. As you can see, there is a girl standing in front of you. And my English name is June, you know “June” this name is made up of four words. They are J.U.N.E.I think the “J” is symbol of “Jocular”, ”U” is “upright”, ”N” is “normal”, ”E” is “easy-going”. So this the meaning of my English name.
    The second and also the last one is my character. I’m a Cancer. But not deadly. I mean the constellation. The symbol for Cancer is the crab, which will back to its shell if threatened. Home and family are very important to me. I am very homesick, prefer quiet nights at home rather than go out to play. Maybe one day I can become a real estate developers. So it’s a hard thing for me to go college so far. And I’m imagination, there are always hundreds of pictures in my mind. So in my mind every day on the different movies. The Cancer is supposed to be sensitive. I ‘m a typical Cancer. Sensitivity can make me touchy and I can also be very moody.
    That’s the whole me. So I hope you will like and support this person who standing in front of you. That’s all .Thank you!

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    Re: The introduction speech

    Welcome to the forum, Junezhao.

    We like to help when we can, but we don't help with school assignments. Your teacher wants to know what you can do, not what we can do,

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    Re: The introduction speech

    Your speech is understandable, though it contains some grammatical mistakes.
    We can't correct them until your speech is over, I'm afraid (, but I wouldn't use "homesick" and "imagination").
    Good luck, Junezhao!

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    Re: The introduction speech

    I'm glad to hear that.
    Keep up the good work!

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    #5

    Re: The introduction speech

    Thank you,I didn't realize it before.My speech was over,and the result is good.Really thank you for your reminder.

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    Re: The introduction speech

    Thank you so much.

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    Re: The introduction speech

    There is no need to write any type of post to say "Thank you". Every post has a "Thank" button in the bottom left-hand corner. Simply click that button on any post you find useful.
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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