I took the initiative of correcting some mistakes in this paragraph to help you out. I hope that's okWhen I read the first pargraph, I had understood the first red marked paragraph thorougly. But when I started reading the second violet marked pagraph, I hadn't understood what is the link between the two pargraphs.
Because first pargraphs says, Nothing went good to Black Caps (Newzealand), but in the second pargraph on the contrary, `Scott Styris' scored centured which tells everything went good to them(Newzealand).
So, I am being confused.
Could you help me on this?
[...]I had understood the first red marked paragraph thorougly.
First of all, I would recommend using "Firefox". Firefox is a browser that checks your spelling.
It underlines spelling mistakes like:
The correct spelling is thoroughly. But I'm sure that was just a typo. Still Firefox is very useful and will greatly help reduce spelling mistakes (whether they are conscious or not).
Also in your sentence, you're using the past perfect.
"I had understood". But what you are describing an event that began and finished in the past and so you should use the simple past:
"When I read the first paragraph, I understood it thoroughly. But when I read the second paragraph, I couldn't understand the link between the two."
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