Proofreading 1 sentence

Marie1541

New member
Joined
Oct 24, 2017
Member Type
Student or Learner
Native Language
French
Home Country
Canada
Current Location
Canada
Hello Could someone please tell me if there are any mistakes in the following:

I have also done multiple projects with Photoshop, like retouching pictures or creating images for websites.

Thank you!
 

Rover_KE

Moderator
Staff member
Joined
Jun 20, 2010
Member Type
Retired English Teacher
Native Language
English
Home Country
England
Current Location
England
Hello.

Could someone please tell me if there are any mistakes in the following
?

I have also done multiple projects with Photoshop, like retouching pictures or creating images for websites.

Welcome to the forum, Marie.

Your sentence is fine.
 

emsr2d2

Moderator
Staff member
Joined
Jul 28, 2009
Member Type
English Teacher
Native Language
British English
Home Country
UK
Current Location
UK
I agree with Rover though I'd be inclined to use "and" instead of "or".
 

Rover_KE

Moderator
Staff member
Joined
Jun 20, 2010
Member Type
Retired English Teacher
Native Language
English
Home Country
England
Current Location
England
Welcome to the forum, MiaNarong, and thank you for taking the trouble to send a reply, but please read this extract from the forum's Posting Guidelines:

You are welcome to answer questions posted in the Ask a Teacher forum as long as your suggestions, help, and advice reflect a good understanding of the English language. If you are not a teacher, you will need to state that clearly in your post. Please note, all posts are moderated by our in-house language experts, so make sure your suggestions, help, and advice provide the kind of information an international language teacher would offer. If not, and your posts do not contribute to the topic in a positive way, they will be subject to deletion.
 

Charlie Bernstein

VIP Member
Joined
Jan 28, 2009
Member Type
Other
Native Language
English
Home Country
United States
Current Location
United States
Yes, use and.

It should be "a sentence" or "one sentence," not "1 sentence."

Multiple is overused, especially by newspaper reporters. In general, words like many, a lot, several, or countless are less wordy and will serve you better in conversation.
 
Top