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tony
  • My training is far away fall behind the others.
  • I am falling far behind other people in my training. [Alternatives: My training is far less advanced than that of other people. I have much less training than other people. I am not learning as quickly as other people.]

Jul 13, 2015 20:49 Public My training is far away fal...
  • I used to work on OLED fabrication and organic materials during my previous work time and have some experience on this area.
  • I used to work on OLED fabrication and organic materials during my previous job, so I have some experience in this area.
  • Mostly well-written here. I added a comma and "so I" to connect two clauses. Your sentence here will read more like, "Since I used to work on this and this during my previous job, I have some experience in..." Just remember that you'll have experience "in something," rather than have experience "on something."

Jul 4, 2014 17:06 Public My majors are more about ma...
Trex
  • I used to work on OLED fabrication and organic materials during my previous work time and have some experience on this area.
  • I used to work on OLED fabrication and organic materials during my previous work time experience and have some expertice in this area.
  • I expect you did work experience as part of your studies rather than as a full-time job so I suggest you say work experience. This now means you should not use the word again so you could say expertice. Perhaps it may be better not to say "I used to work" you could say "I worked on ..." that is more positive.

Jul 2, 2014 22:30 Public My majors are more about ma...
andrea
  • I once threw out my ping pong racket when I was playing a ping pong.
  • I once threw out my ping pong racket when I was while playing a (ping pong) because my sweat made it slippery.
  • *You don't have to refer to the game of ping pong again, since you already established that you were using a "ping pong" racket, and you were playing.

May 24, 2014 06:06 Public I once threw out my ping po...
ベン
  • It turns out that he went in hospital for a week.
  • It turns out that he ended up in the hospital for a week.

May 11, 2014 03:06 Public I once threw out my ping po...
Tom
  • It was a useful mean which prevents us from distraction in the class.
  • It was a useful mean which way to prevent us from being distracted distraction in the class.

May 8, 2014 23:47 Public My primary school teacher p...
Tom
  • If possible, could you please send me some information in details about the chip at your convenient time?
  • If possible, could you please send me some detailed information in details about the chip when it's at your convenient time?

May 1, 2014 16:17 Public If possible, could you plea...
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tguy80
  • Dear Katie:
  • Dear Katie,
  • For a personal letter, use a comma after the greeting. A colon (:) is better in business letters.

Apr 20, 2014 12:42 Public Dear Katie:
Tekki
  • Now I have prepared well for my upcoming jobs.
  • Now Now I have am well prepared well for my upcoming jobs.
  • This sentence may benefit from a sub-clause to summarise the information that you have already given, e.g "Now that I have this experience....." In this clause, the adverb "well" should come before the adjective "prepared", e.g "I am well prepared" not "I am prepared well". "upcoming jobs" sounds a bit odd. You could replace it with the "work". e.g "Now that I have this experience, I am well prepared for my upcoming work". You could also omit "my upcoming" because "prepared" has already implied this [that you will be working in the future] e.g "Now that I have this experience, I am well prepared for work" If you mean work more generally, I would choose the word "career", which could be coupled with "my" or "a". e.g "Now that I have this experience, I am well prepared for my career" "Now that I have this experience, I am well prepared for a career" Finally, if you use the word career, I would name the career. e.g "Now that I have this experience, I am well prepared for my career in research (?)."

Apr 15, 2014 09:08 Public I have 1.5 years research e...

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