I think it's helpful to say something specific. For example, one of my kindergarten students was coloring yesterday. Her picture had different shades of colors in it that was not easy to do so smoothly. I didn't just say, "Good job." I said, "I love the ...
I'm sorry, but something might be wrong with my computer. I cannot see your answers. What did you write?
Tust her responses. I was typing and walking. Made a few mistakes.
1) My mum and I (not: I and my mum) went shopping and we bought a lot of souvenirs. Yes. 2) After a week (a week later) we came back home satisfied with this exciting experience. ------ There are slight differences in meaning. "After a week" seems to suggest you came...
Looks good now, but try to keep it all to one thread.
There is still a run on sentence in there. How can you rewrite the first sentence?
"A Florida treasure hunter " "Alexandria treasure may have been found " "the beliefs that it is Alexandria."
Take out "a" before Florida. I would add "the" before every "Alexandria."
Please check for any errors. Correct them and I would appreciate it. Thanks!!! ------- The first error I saw was how you wrote, "English." Only the first letter is capitalized. http://www.google.com/search?client=ms-rim&hl=en&q=capital%20letters%20grammar%20rules&ie=...