Can someone please check to make sure i used the imperfect and pretirite tenses at the right times and please check my grammar.
En esta foto, mi familia y you estabamos en Atlantis, Paradise Island Bahamas. Yo era once años y en la nota de sexto. Todos los días, hacía mucho caliente y sol. Un día, mis madre tomó mis hermanas y you nadamos mientras mi padre y mi hermano jugaron al golf. El día siguuiente mi familia y yo fuimos bucear con respiración en el océano. Aquella noche mi familia y yo comimios deliciosa comida en nuestro el cuarto. Yo estaba escriviendo sobre nuestro divertido el viaje cuando estaba comiendo cena. Una vez terminé comer, mi familia y yo dormimios. El dia siguiente nosotros fuimos el aeropuerto y nosostros volamos a Michigan.

Thanks so much:)

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asked by Miley
  1. Hi,
    In the first sentence you put mi familia y you estabamos, I think you meant mi familia y yo, meaning my family and I. I'm not sure what nota de sexto means, maybe you should try putting the specific date instead. I think you should change hacia in the third sentence to fue, but I'm not completely sure. Then for the next sentence put: Un dia, mis madre tomo mis hermanas y yo...
    siguiente is spelled incorrectly and so is escribiendo. The rest of the paragraph is okay. Good luck and I hoped this helped.

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  2. Thanks:)

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    posted by Miley
  3. Thank you both for using the Jiskha Homework Help Forum

    mi familia y yo estábamos (accent required)

    Yo tenía once años (tener with age)

    trying to sixth grade? en el sexto grado

    hacía mucho calor OR estaba muy caliente

    Un día (accent) mi madre (only one mother!) tomó a (personal "a") mis hermanas y a mí a nadar (to swim) mientras que mi padre y mi hermano

    El día siguiente (spelling) ...fuimos a bucear

    comimos una comida deliciosa (adjective usually follows noun) en nuestro cuarto (omit "el")

    Yo estaba escribiendo (spelling) sobre nuestro viaje divertido

    Una vez que terminé de comer.....dormimos (spelling)

    El día siguiente (accent) fuimos al aeropuerto (ir + a)


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