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    1/11~ The Report about mood by the West Lake

    1. On the morning of July 21, I started from home, naturally arrived Hangzhou at noon. My frame of mind was poor and wear, so madeup/set my mind to do sightseeing of the West Lake to unload the pressure on my clandestine place of heart.
    早上从家里出发, 然后中午时分到达杭州, 心情不好, 于是决定到西湖卸卸压。



    Thank you for your correction!
    Last edited by dodonaomik; 05-Aug-2008 at 16:27.


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    Re: 1/11~ The Report about mood by the West Lake

    Quote Originally Posted by dodonaomik View Post
    1. On the morning of July 21, I started out from home, naturally and eventually/ finally arrived Hangzhou at noon. My framestate of mind was poor and wear, so madeup/set my mind so I decided to go sightseeing at the West Lake to unload relieve/reduce the pressure on my clandestine place of heart.heavy heart.



    Thank you for your correction!

    How much of your writing is translating from your own language? Some of your phrases look like direct translations.

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    Re: 1/11~ The Report about mood by the West Lake

    I departed from home on the morning of July 21 and arrived in Hangzhou at noon. Tired and worn out, I decided to do some sightseeing at the West Lake. It is great place for a quiet retreat and to unwind.

    ('Clandestine is' associated with illicit activities. You should also post the Chinese version )

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    Re: 1/11~ The Report about mood by the West Lake

    Quote Originally Posted by Anglika View Post
    How much of your writing is translating from your own language? Some of your phrases look like direct translations.
    Not much. This topic is the last topic. I will print and conceal these things as my love!

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    Last edited by dodonaomik; 05-Aug-2008 at 16:41.

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