Student or Learner
"I am trying to use my speech recognition system but it doesn't work any good at all.
I wonder if you received an email I sent you 2 days ago, about your idea of moving to ...
I am bringing this subject up only because you demonstrated real interest in the idea.
I just don't want to proceed and, afterwards, find out that you really wanted to ...
I need an answer, asap given that I need to start making a few arrangements."
is this text fine?
Do you think "any good at all" is definitely wrong?
I have been seeing it around and wonder if it's a poor expression that, unfortunately, caught on.
You could say "It isn't any good at all". You cannot say "doesn't work any good".
Your sentence would need a rewrite:
"I am trying to use my speech recognition system but it isn't any good at all."