Mailfriends

Write something about yourself (who you are and where you come from).
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Franzi.
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Mailfriends

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Hi I'm from Germany and i would like to practise my english.
I'm searching for a native speaker which can help me.
My hobbys are basketball, football and reading good books.




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Re: Mailfriends

Beitrag von tiorthan »

Franzi. hat geschrieben:Hi I'm from Germany and IC would like to practise my English.C
I'm looking1 for a native speaker who2 can help me.
My hobbys are basketball, football and reading good books.
C - Look up the capitalization rules of the English language. – In short: The pronoun I, the beginnings of sentences and paragraphs, and all proper nouns are always capitalized.

1 - Es gibt keinen kleinen Unterschied zwischen "to look for" und "to search (for)". Letzteres drückt eine sehr intensive und umfassendere Suche aus als das erste.

2 - Use "who" as a relative pronoun with people. The pronoun "which" can only be used for things.
You're never too old to learn something stupid.
MistakeSuggestionYou sure that's right?

tiorthan
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Re: Mailfriends

Beitrag von tiorthan »

So, tell us a bit more, are you playing basketball and football yourself or do you just like watching them?
You're never too old to learn something stupid.
MistakeSuggestionYou sure that's right?

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