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    I am new to english

    Dear memebres I am new to this form and I dont know where to start but want to explain that i am working for a hosting comapny and deal with customers mostly with enlish language but i feel very difficulty to answer their emails with right tens and grammer, i have no idea how to translate words or lines to enlish from my primary language becuase enlish is not my primary langue. 2 days ago my comany gives me to write privacy policy, I am sure i can make in my primary language but when i translate in enlish then i feel difficult and douted that is its grammer are correct or not?? tens are correct or not? simply that i cant feel difficulti to translate my words lins feelings into enlish from my primary language.


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    Re: I am new to english

    Quote Originally Posted by live4pk View Post
    Dear members, I am new to this forum and I don't know where to start but want to explain that I am working for a hosting company and deal with customers mostly with English language but i feel very difficultyI have problems answering their emails with right tenses and grammar, I have no idea how to translate words or lines to English from my primary language because English is not my primary langue. 2 days ago my company gives me to write privacy policy, I am sure i can make in my primary language but when i translate in English then I am doubtful that the grammar is correct or not?? Tenses are correct or not? simply that i cant feel difficulti to translate my words lins feelings into enlish from my primary language.
    Welcome to the forums.

    Your company is trying you hard! Write your policy document, post each paragraph and someone will have a look.

    In the meantime, does the Word processing program you are using have a spell and grammar check? If so, use it every time. Also, read through your work carefully before posting. You may pick up errors yourself - we all make typing mistakes.

    NB English is always with a capital letter; the personal pronoun "I" is always a capital letter.

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