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  • Why foreigners is got the tattoo?
  • Why do foreigners get tattoos?
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  • A tattoo
  • or identity as an individual?
  • Or is it part of their identity as an individual?
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  • A tattoo
  • Chinese users who learning Japanese are interest.
  • Chinese users who are learning Japanese are interesting.
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  • Chinese users who learning Japanese are interest.
  • By the way, if you got a tattoo, you can't taking in Japanese hot spring (onsen).
  • By the way, if you have a tattoo, you will not be able to enter Japanese hot springs (onsen).By the way if you have a tattoo, you can't enter Japanese hot springs (onsen).
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  • A tattoo
  • They all seemed to be very different.
  • They all seemed to be very different.
  • The fact that they seem different has not changed, so the present tense is used for this in English. "They seemed different" suggests that they no longer seem different to you.
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  • I Stand Corrected?
  • There were put in indoors in a hurry and I went to work.
  • There were put I put them in indoors in a hurry and I went to work.
  • Since you were the one who put the clothes in, you should use active voice instead of passive voice.
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  • A regrettable event
  • Last night, you was playing in the garden until someone creeps you out and you had to sleep with your teddy bear all night long!
  • Last night, you were playing in the garden until someone creeped you out and you had to sleep with your teddy bear all night long!
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  • Random Sentences!
  • Their sentences seem high level Japanese sentence.
  • Their sentences seem like high level Japanese sentences.
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  • Chinese users who learning Japanese are interest.
  • What do you going to do tonight?
  • What are you going to do tonight?
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  • Random Sentences!
  • Is "get along" the same thing than "hit it off"?
  • Is "get along" the same thing as "hit it off"?
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  • Random Sentences!

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

  • I study English since 2weeks
  • I have study English since for 2 weeks
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  • Hello My name is Jun : ) I want to be able to speak English
  • Iranians are much more curious about Western culture than Chineses, so it was much more common to see their complaints, so what about the Chineses?
  • Iranians are much more curious about Western culture than the Chinese, so it was much more common to see their complaints, so what about the Chinese?
  • We don't have a plural for "Chinese people" or "Japanese people" in English.
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  • Ilegal Downloads, Prohibitions, China and Iran
  • What's the exact meaning of the sentences: I have some plans for the apartment so I prefer that you leave at the end of the month or soon thereafter.
  • What's the exact meaning of these sentences: I have some plans for the apartment so I prefer that you leave at the end of the month or soon thereafter.
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  • I prefer that you leave
  • This message came from my landlord when our lease would expire soon.
  • This message came from my landlord when our lease was about to expire. soon.
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  • I prefer that you leave
  • When I saw the words " I prefer that you leave", I thought that "prefer" means "would rather choose" or "like", and that the landlord hope I can move out.
  • When I saw the words "I prefer that you leave," I thought that "prefer" means "would rather choose" or "like," and that the landlord wanted me to move out.
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  • I prefer that you leave
  • And I am prepared to move at the end of this month.
  • And I am prepared to move at the end of this month.
  • Rarely can you ever start a sentence with "and." Instead, combine the two sentences: "So even though I was very busy, I still went to find a new house and am prepared to move at the end of this month."
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  • I prefer that you leave
  • However, my landlord came last Saturday and took along a new lease contract for me.
  • However, my landlord came last Saturday with a new lease contract for me.
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  • I prefer that you leave
  • The reason I started learning English because I found a wonderful one of book
  • The reason I started learning English was because I found a wonderful one of book.
  • or "The reason why I started learning English was because I found a wonderful book."
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  • The reason I started learning English because I found a wonderful one of book
  • which Title is 'you can have it all ' (trancelated into japanese)
  • The title is 'You Can Have It All ' (translated into japanese)
  • Capitalize titles.
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  • The reason I started learning English because I found a wonderful one of book
  • at the same time I found out that theare are many great mans in the world
  • at the same time I found out that there are many great men in the world
  • "men" is the plural of "man"
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  • The reason I started learning English because I found a wonderful one of book