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Misha
  • I selected clothes fastly.
  • I selected my clothes fastquickly.
  • You had good instincts about "...ly" being an adverb (verb-mopdifying) ending. Unfortunately, English is a bit random sometimes, and we say "quickly" instead of "fasly." Your instincts about the grammar were good! Just the exact word was a little bit off.

Sep 6, 2016 17:39 Public Buying Clothes
coolcono
  • Then guest could feel comfortable and buy more unconsciously.
  • Then a guest could feel more comfortable and buy more subconsiously.
  • Unconsiously means knocked out. :)

Sep 6, 2016 17:37 Public Buying Clothes
coolcono
  • I felt a bit nervously and replied in a funny way “I am not used to being taken too much care by a clerk because I am a low-profiled person.
  • I felt a bit nervous and replied in a funny way “I am not used to have the clerk take so much care of me because I am an everyday person."

Sep 6, 2016 17:35 Public Buying Clothes
Emma
  • A Class of Understanding The Multicultures in Taiwan
  • A Class of Understanding The Multicultures in Taiwan
  • Your class title sounds a bit strange. It would be better to write : A Class Called "Understanding Multiculturalism in Taiwan" * multiculturalism (noun); multicultural (adj.) * a class called.../a class about.../a class on....

Sep 6, 2016 16:52 Public A Class of Understanding Th...
Misha
  • But it is still cold, I feel a little sick.
  • But it is still cold, I feel a little sick.
  • Or "But I still think it's very cold. I have a little headache; I don't feel good."

Sep 3, 2016 00:19 Public It is cold.
Misha
  • Recently, it is not burning hot, but the air condition’s temperature in our office is low.
  • Recently, itthe weather is not longer so burning hot, but the air condition[er|ing]’s temperature in our office is still set very low.

Sep 3, 2016 00:19 Public It is cold.
ecohansen
  • This poem arose echo in my heart, giving me profound power in spirit.
  • This poem brought forth an echo in my heart, giving me profound power to my in spirit.
  • Or: This poem caused an echo to arise in my heart... "arise" is intransitive, and cannot take a direct object.

Aug 30, 2016 15:18 Public Reading Poetry3: A Poem of ...
Misha
  • Whatever this day is, just with appreciation, since you have a safe day and this day will not come back again.
  • Whatever this day is, just with appreciation, since you have a safe day and this day will not come back again.
  • Or "be thankful|grateful" instead of "be appreciative."

Aug 28, 2016 20:39 Public Translation Practice 5: Fiv...
Misha
  • Fifth, appreciating the end of every day
  • Fifth, appreciateing the end of every day
  • Or "give thanks at the end of every day." "Appreciate" is a bit generic, almost more suited for food or wine or paintings or music (noticing and liking the nuances of flavor, technique, etc.). I changed to the imperative to be consistent with the preceding change to the imperative in #4, and the imperative elsewhere here.

Aug 28, 2016 20:38 Public Translation Practice 5: Fiv...
chi.kw
  • Whatever this day is, just with appreciation, since you have a safe day and this day will not come back again.
  • Whatever this day is, just with appreciation be appreciative, since you have had a safe day and this day will not come back again. (No matter how your day went, be appreciative, since you've made it through another day that you won't have to endure.)
make it through你的愛讓我堅持到底

Aug 28, 2016 20:37 Public Translation Practice 5: Fiv...

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