posted by Henry2 .
I just wanted to ask you why you think the statement in 2 (with reference to paragraph 1 is "correct", I mean true).
1)Lorenzo says:” I’m not very fond of French and English. I think learning foreign languages takes a lot of time and you have to revise too often. If you don’t, it’s very easy to forget what you have learnt. Maths is okay –sometimes- I really like PE and my new geography teacher is great –she tells some good jokes –so our lessons are fun this year. I wish all my teachers were like her”.
2) Lorenzo thinks that learning English is difficult.
The statement is correct/incorrect.
I think it's true for 2 reasons:
1. It's a correctly written (grammatically correct) sentence.
2. I've watched many students who have worked on learning English over the past 35+ years -- some find it fairly easy, but most find it difficult, especially if their first language is one of the Eastern or Middle Eastern languages with a very different symbol system.
Aren't you going to apply corrections to your first sentence here?
PS - I also think Lorenzo seems rather lazy and would rather play than work!! =)