Popular corrections

These corrections got a lot of 'native nods' recently. ('Public' entries only.)

  • However, it was so cold.
  • However, it was very cold.
  • "It was so cold!" is an exclamation. If you're not making an exclamation, the standard translation of とても is "very."
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  • Traveling in the US Vol.8
  • Toilet at midnight
  • Going to the toilet in the middle of the night
  • at midnight 夜中の0時ちょうどに。
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  • Toilet at midnight
  • Have you sth?
  • Have you sth?
  • I think this is an old British expression. I don't know if they still speak/write that way. Lang-8 users from the UK can tell you.
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  • Have you sth? or Do you have sth?
  • If you aren't exhausted of this question yet, can you say me what is the difference?
  • If you aren't exhausted tired/sick of this question yet, can you say tell me what is the difference?
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  • Have you sth? or Do you have sth?
  • On lang8, I found out some people are amazing polyglot.
  • On Lang-8, I found out some people are amazing polyglots.
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  • How to be a polyglot?
  • I have been learning Japanese for 10 years, I also went abroad to Japan.
  • I have been learning Japanese for 10 years, and I also went abroad to Japan.
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  • How to be a polyglot?
  • It's normal thing.
  • It's a normal thing.
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  • How to be a polyglot?
  • I find that learn two foreign languages is difficult.
  • I find that learning two foreign languages is difficult.
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  • How to be a polyglot?
  • I'm tired to learn it.
  • I'm tired of learning them.
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  • How to be a polyglot?
  • I met them in a small south town.
  • I met them in a small, southern town.
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  • Just a little translating into English with articles.

These are corrections which were bookmarked (added to your notebook) recently ('Public' entries only.)

  • It has been raining since last night.
  • It has been raining since last night.
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  • Rain
  • There are few snow this year, and this rain melts a lot of snow.
  • There was a little snow this year, and this rain is melting a lot of snow.
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  • Rain
  • The season surely headed for spring.
  • We are surely headed for spring.
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  • Rain
  • My wife and I am planning a trip to a neighboring prefecture Fukui next month.
  • My wife and I are planning a trip to a neighboring prefecture, Fukui, next month.
  • my wife and I = we; we are
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  • We planned a trip.
  • Yesterday, we confirmed that both of our offices will allow us to take an additional day-off on that Friday.
  • Yesterday, we confirmed that both of our offices will allow us to take {an additional | the} day off on that Friday. [More natural: ... will allow us to take that Friday off.]
  • take a day off from work
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  • We planned a trip.
  • We decided to go to the trip on schedule, therefore, and I reserved a hotel room in Fukui city.
  • We decided to take the trip on schedule, so I reserved a hotel room in Fukui city.
  • go to a place take a trip
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  • We planned a trip.
  • Why is planning trips so interesting?
  • Why is planning trips so interesting?
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  • We planned a trip.
  • Our last trip was half a year ago, so I am looking forward to traveling there!
  • Our last trip was half a year ago, so I am looking forward to traveling there!
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  • We planned a trip.
  • They lost control of the car, and it landed in their backyard.
  • They lost control of the car, and it landed in their backyard.
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  • They lost control of the car, and it landed in their backyard.
  • None of them helped you to move your stuff to the other room.
  • None of them helped you to move your stuff to the other room.
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  • They lost control of the car, and it landed in their backyard.