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Feb 13, 2011 01:32
This world I’ve been hear more then million times in my life.

When I was a student, my English teacher (also happens to be a Chinese) always laughing about my writing and said this is no English this is Cha-in-English. (Chinese style in English)

Because in my head I’ll use the Chinese style to make sentences then by translate this through to become an English sentence. So that’s why my writing is strange to others.

Even now in my working place my boss (also happens to be a Chinese) always complains my English is not even up to the basic standard.

Call me a stupid but in my opinion but pointing (picking) some one’s fault is easy, but the hard part is how to tell/make them remember what is their mistake and also teach (“teach” may be too old-school), let’s say how to lead them so that next time to don’t make the same mistake twice.

Any second opinion?