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    Lightbulb Grammar. Is it correct? ....

    This summer I visited to the village where my grandparents live. I was there with my family. It is a very nice place. The weather was fine all the time. I liked acquaintance with new friends there best of all. People are very kind and funny there. I liked everything about this great trip. I really want to visit village again.

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    Re: Grammar. Is it correct? ....

    Quote Originally Posted by Konstantin777 View Post
    This summer​, I visited to the village where my grandparents live. I was there with my family. It is a very nice place. The weather was fine all the time. I liked acquaintance with meeting new friends there best of all. People are very kind and funny there. I liked everything about this great trip. I really want to visit the village again.
    See above.

    What is the purpose of your short piece?
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    Re: Grammar. Is it correct? ....

    I'm interested to do.... thank you

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    Re: Grammar. Is it correct? ....

    Quote Originally Posted by Konstantin777 View Post
    I'm interested to do. Thank you.
    "I'm interested to do" is not a grammatical sentence. Can you try to write it again? Are you going to give your short essay to your teacher for grading?
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    Re: Grammar. Is it correct? ....

    Quote Originally Posted by emsr2d2 View Post
    Are you going to give your short essay to your teacher for grading?
    I'm sorry but I do not understand.

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    Re: Grammar. Is it correct? ....

    You wrote a short essay about visiting your grandparents' village. When will you take the essay to your English class and give it to your English teacher?
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    Re: Grammar. Is it correct? ....

    Quote Originally Posted by emsr2d2 View Post
    Are you going to give your short essay to your teacher for grading?
    Yes i going to give my short essay tomorrow.

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    Re: Grammar. Is it correct? ....

    I thought so. Please give your teacher the essay you wrote. Do not give your teacher the essay with my corrections. Your teacher does not want to read my essay. He/She wants to read your essay.

    In future, do not ask for help with homework or assignments.

    When you get your essay back from your teacher, you can come back to the forum and ask us to explain any comments or corrections from your teacher.

    Thread closed.
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