Just don't use the phrase "fuck up" and you'll be fine.. ;D
Yes I know I have made SEVERAL mistakes in the past few comments that I wrote. I just tend to ignore them most of the time... except when it comes to the essay then I do my best to write proper English. I have usually had a couple mistakes but not too many.. I just hope the essay subjects aren't too difficult in this coming exam
And I know E is a high grade but I also know I can do it if I just try hard enough. I just have to sleep well before the test.. Sleep helps, at least me, a lot..
First of all I have to say that this is a wonderful topic
The biggest reason for me to join this forum.
I am now feeling little panicked because my listening compherension test went truly under par. Written compositions have never been my strenghts but now I really have to shine in that and I have studied e.g how to write a speech. Isn't that usually one of the possible alternatives in? matriculation examination, is it? Do you know any other probable writing assignments?
If you know, please tell
But please, please - to all writers - try not to make the errors you have made here. They do not look nice. <--- this is probably particularly for me. because no one here will ever make more mistakes like me. My goal is just a pass.
It was merely a general comment - nothing personal (how could it, as I do not know any of you personally). Being a teacher I just wanted to remind you, as I naturally want everyone to do as well as possible.
But on the other hand - if you know how to write correctly, why not write correctly every time? (Again, just a general comment.)
I like this idea! Since I'm Swedish, I don't really like commenting on the other topics. I'm not that good at Finnish. Anyways, my goal in English is to get at least an E, but of course an L would be great. I actually managed to get an L when we did a previous exam in school, but I doubt I'll be able to do that on Monday when it's "the real thing". I tend to fuck things up (sorry!) when it would be really great if I didn't.
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But on the other hand - if you know how to write correctly, why not write correctly every time?
I always do my best when writing in English or any other non-native language but it's a lot easier to get carried away when writing informal messages than when writing matriculation examination compositions.