| #2 (permalink) Fri May 24, 2013 22:10 pm introduce myrself
|Ok, I'm not an expert, but I do have some tips for you:
* Even if you're practicing, try to always use Capital letters and punctuations when starting and finishing a sentence, respectively. This will improve your writing skills and will save you some time if you're preparing for an international exam, where evaluators DO consider these mistakes as a serious problem.
* "I will graduate next week" sounds kinda weird (at least for me). If you ask me, I'd use "I will get my bachelor's degree next week".
* "I like to watch movies in MY free time".
"i usually get up at (about) 8:30 and thefirst thing i do is turn onthe radio
> and tun in to omkolthom station?. Then i start the engine ofmy car to go to work ,I take
> about 30 minutes to arrive to the building .I work in the technical support
> department , so i have to go to the employees' offices to check if there is a problemand then i try to fix it in their offices. If the problem is hard, I
> have to take it to the workshop and fix it . For example, sometimes i saw (or noticed)
> that an employee is bulge I don't know that word.. I would use 'has pluged'the printer's power cord into the wrong electricity power (you can use 'outlet', sounds better to me)".
Don't forget to always use punctuation when needed. Keep working and good luck!.
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Joined: 03 Jan 2013
Location: Lima, Perú