Interested in Language
Please, dear teachers,
I saw this message on a website:
Just perfect ! I have being used this software since my master degree.. now I can not live (work and study) without it!!
I think it's not fine:
It's perfect! I have been using this software since my master's degree... I can not live (work or study) without it now.
So, could you proofread both of them?
Thank you very much.
Just Perfect- It's a sentence fragment, but it's fine for a coment.
I have being used- You're right about this
Now- This isn't an error, though I think end placement would be more coomon.
live (work or study)- This sounds a bit weird to me- 'work, study or even live' or something might be better; starting with the biggest onemakes the phrase a bit of an anticlimax.