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    please correct my sentence urgent

    hey I was joking about the gift seriously and yes you are late but any ways atleast you dont forget to wish me thank u........day was amazing missed both of u............
    Last edited by rija; 27-May-2008 at 15:58.

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    Re: please correct my sentence urgent

    Hello rija.

    What you have here is not a sentence.
    hey I was joking about the gift seriously and yes you are late but any ways atleast you dont forget to wish me thank u........day was amazing missed both of u............
    You are joking but you are serious?
    He wished you a "thank u"?

    Perhaps you mean this: Hey, I was joking about the gift. Yes, you are late, but at least you didn't forgt to wish me a happy birthday. Thank you. The day was amazing but I missed you both.

    Please don't use "u" insetad of "you" in forums in which you are trying to improve your English, and do learn to use periods and commas instead of a random number of dots to stand in for all sorts of punctuation.

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    Re: please correct my sentence urgent

    Please don't use "u" insetad of "you" in forums in which you are trying to improve your English, and do learn to use periods and commas instead of a random number of dots to stand in for all sorts of punctuation.
    Hi Barb_D,

    I thumbs up for your comment!

    Indeed I found similar cases in considerable Chinese's English writing too. I even found this in formal business letters written by Chinese. Most Chinese's English are not good and we make mistakes now and them. And our Chinese English teachers might not speak English as good as native speakers' but they never taught Chinese students such usages, for example, u, ur, english, chinese, in our writing. I suppose they are infected by online chatting language. It's not good.

    PS. I'm not a teacher.

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