We analyzed thousands of errors corrected by fluent.express (https://fluent.express/) and here are top-9 mistakes that you make!
Here are these top mistakes:
2. Full stops
3. Usage of ampersand
5. Discuss vs talk about
6. Email closings
7. Extra dots
8. Realize vs carry out
9. Cooperation vs collaboration
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My reasons to learn English is 'cause I want to study overseas, I need the better English to communicate, I love all about creativity business so I want to make up my own business someday and I think English is one helpfull thing in business, and right now in my school English has advantages for me. And my current level is intermediate.
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3:36 Re: Names of objects,that is not strictly true for example an orange is an object but i wouldn't capitalize the o. For me you capitalize things like the names of people or places for example you have not capitalized the "M" in Marina. Perhaps object wasn't the word you were looking for idk.
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I am learning English for work and business and I would like to speak English fluently as well as in writing .
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I am Russian emigrated to Israel.
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Thank you for your video! I am french but I am working in a multicultural environment. I understand why now Indian colleague are always written their email with three point at the end of each sentence. XD
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I think that everyone will need you at this point. Considering the aim I am learning English is for my medical career particularly in Paediatrics. By the way, my mother language is Dutch and English is my 5th language aiming to learn. I look forward to your feedback. kindest regards, Aba
Superbly identified Indian mistake. I do make that mistake every time of putting extra full stops. Thanks a ton.
I am on intermediate level I guess.
Also, can you please do a video on adjective to praise someone. Or may be advise a bunch of vocabulary words useful for preschool teacher !
Hi Marina! I learn English because I live in English speaking country and I need that for life and work. My biggest problem is that I still don't have clear grammar picture in my head. I can easily mix up tenses and can't remember what tense I should use, when and why. The thing is I've been learning English for more than 15 years and have visited many classes and courses, and every time after finishing the class I forget all the rules and keep doing grammar mistakes. I just hope may be your way of teaching would be more effective and I will finally nail the grammar 😉.
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Now the point of yours you said that the Indians put the five dots after a sentence well through which I got to know that it is not good formally but, some use to stretch the word so is it okay to use it in that situation?
I want to learn English because I am seeking for job. In India the person who can speak well in English can get job easily..
Please provide me this english learning package and help me out to learn English.
I've seen the word "realized" used quite often, actually. There's certainly a distinction between people who use it purely to mean "I came to understand" and people who use it both for that and for the more etymologically exact, "it became real." Overall, I don't see anyone looking down upon its use in the latter, although the exact flow of the wording matters. For example, I wouldn't say "the realization of the plan." I would say "the _fully-realized_ plan."
For ending a letter, I also see "Sincerely," and "Signed," as common options in more official correspondence. In my experience, "Sincerely" is the most common. If you're writing to a family member or someone , "Love" is also incredibly common. I also will use the official Latin motto of a place that I once worked, or a simple blessing from the Vulgate Bible. I do not use these if I am writing a business letter that requires making a good first impression, however. In that case, I usually end the last paragraph with one of the options that you listed, and then sign off with "Sincerely."
( collaboration )
تعاون ، شراكة
the two companies have a collaboration.
they work together .
مساعدة ، يساعد ، يتعاون معنا
the police said ask him to cooperate with them :
tells us what we need and we will let you go away with it.
is that correct?
I am learning English for my study because I am a student of English literature and I want to get knowledge more and more about this language . I am improving my English for many times and I can understand what are you saying but when it comes to speak I fumble. After starting your channel I have seen lot of improvement in my English but no English speaking environment over here so I am weak in spoken English. I like your channel thank you so much for the help.
I'm learning English because I love English and want to give IELTS exams, but I am not well in English, I know I need hardworking and yours help also. So suggest me some English courses to prepare myself,And sorry for bed English
I have been living in the America 7 years. The reason I learnt English is I go to School here and I like to work in a firm in future. Fluent in English is essential to get to my goal but there are a lot English mistakes I made on my daily basis especially in speaking and writing. Now I think my English level is intermediate but I hope I will be lucky enough to get into your course and improve my English!:)
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I'm learning English because I want to do my master's degree in the United States, and one of my dreams is to travel the world, so if I 'm fluent English I can communicate wherever I go. MY level is intermediate
Hello Marina! My name is Victória from Brazil, I'm 20 years old and I'm intermediate. I would to improve my English because I feel me so nervous when I've make a speech or express myself , I'd like to travel abroad without worry and get a good job. So, it's very important to me this language because I study Biomedical Sciences and the most articles are in English. Thank you for your videos, you really help me with them.
Hi Marina. I'm Priyanka from India and I'm following your everyday VLOGS. And I'm using them in my day to day schedule. Thankyou so much. Actually I have accent problem so I request you to update more accent learning videos.✊
Hi Marina, I'm from Thailand
The reason I learning english because I want to improve myself. In my country english language is very important to get good job, high salary. Now I can understand gramma but I still confuse to separate adverb adjective and noun. sometime I don't know what properly conjunction and most of my problem is listening.
But I can understand your vdo. Thank you for very clear accent.
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My current level is intermediate and I'm learning this language because i'm teaching it to students and want to be more accurate in it.
As i am teaching it free of cost and want to improve my speaking your videos help me alot, thank you for your efforts i really appreciate your hard work.
m learning english because english is international language .
2-i want to teaching people english .
3-When I speak more than a language I have the ability to know more people.
4-i like to learn languages 'and i'm intermediate.
Hey Marina! What's up!
I'm learning English because I want to connect with people all over the world, to traveling, to watch movies and TV shows, listening music and for my work.
I'm intermediate in English.
Thanks a lot, see you! =)
Also, there is a word for the three dots or more (...). It is called _ellipsis_. It isn't the same thing as the full stop (.) single dot. It implies that there is more to a sentence, but you are just not saying it. Saying "I want to become an entrepreneur..." says there is something else you want to say, and could be interpreted as saying you could want other things. It makes it sound like you are not sure you want to be an entrepreneur, that you are not serious about becoming an entrepreneur, that there might be other things you want to do and you will not focus on becoming an entrepreneur. If you write a full stop, it looks very definitive. "I want to become an entrepreneur.". It shows that you know what you want to do, and you are not wishy-washy about it. If I read the first sentence, I would not listen to that person or give them any money, because I would think that they don't understand how much hard work is involved in creating a business, and are just trying to run off with my money. If I read the second sentence, I would think that person has a goal in mind, and talk to them and ask how they will achieve that goal. How you write affects the way people will perceive you, and this includes using punctuation properly!
You forgot the most common rule for capitalization: NAMES! You said names of objects, but names of people are more common (John, Mary), and names of companies/brands/products (Microsoft, Verizon, Google), as well as names of places (Queens, N.Y.C. or 1 Elm St., Worcester, Massachusetts), and names of buildings that are businesses, which may be different than the company name (for example, a company called Host Foods could own a store called The Neighborhood Bakery). What all these names have in common is that they are naming a SPECIFIC person, place, or thing. You would not capitalize "street", but you would capitalize "Elm Street". You wouldn't capitalize the word "restaurant", but you would capitalize the name of a specific restaurant (e.g. The Olive Garden). I hope this helps.
p.s. Some brands like to use strange capitalization, like iPod, but even then I see people spelling this with normal capitalization rules (Ipod).
Also, in the past, the rules of capitalization were less restrictive. The Constitution of the United States has all nouns capitalized, to give the document an authoritative feeling, and to make every word seem meaningful and carefully chosen. When you read a sentence with "Liberty" capitalized in the middle of a sentence, you can tell the author really meant what he was writing.
I am learning English because:
1)I want visit USA . I tried it once through work and travel. But we were deceived and have taken away money.
2) A lot of books and video in English. And it is a good opportunity for self-development and studying of new skills in work.
3)I afraid to talk people with other countries,because my english is weak.
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