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MagmarFire
  • I should try to say: "I still have a lot of space to improve.
  • I should try to say, "I still have a lot of areas to improve in.
  • Unless you're referring to having enough time to improve, in which case "space" can be replaced with "time".
MagmarFire
  • I realized that kind of thinking is the main obstacle to my improvement.
  • I've realized that kind of thinking is the main obstacle to my improvement.
  • Technically, this sentence is good, but I thought I'd give a suggestion. :) "I've" is past perfect tense, meaning that you realized something and continue to realize that thing into the present.

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