Thank you for your correction and detailed explanation. I learned a lot from you this time, too. I learned how to use adjective 'concerned'. As you showed me, I often read this adjective in English sentences, such as 'the authorities concerned 'or 'the parties concerned'. I would like to use 'concerned' in my English writings.
Thank you so much for your correction and detailed lectures. I wrongly used the phrase 'pass over'. As you corrected, shodo has been in existence for about 1400 years. Actually, all Japanese students learn shodo in elementally schools both now and in the past. Furthermore, I could learn a lot about adjectives of 'worth' and ' worthy'.
Thank you so much for your correction. You magically made my sentences much clear and concise. As you corrected, I meant to say about 'Fujitsu's corporate value'.
Thank you for your correction. Thanks to your detailed explanation, I clearly understood how to use cpmmas.
Dear Teacher Kamala2, Thank you for your informative comment. I leaned how my essay sound like more formal. For example, using conjunction [thus, therefore, first, second], using the full form "It is" instead of the contraction "It's", using words for numbers less than ten…. It’s a big help for me because I use formal/business English in my job. So I want to be able to tell formal tone from casual one. I’m looking forward to working with you too! Thank you. Best regards, Yuri
Thank you so much for your correction and detailed explanation. The noun ' implication' is one of those words that I cannot make clear how to use or even how to translate. I understood what it means and how to use it very well thanks the examples you gave.
Thank you so much for your correction and prompt reply. I really appreciate your helpful explanation. I've never be taught which phrase is casual or formal. I'm very happy to be able to learn a lot from you. Your explanation is so interesting and convincing that I'm really into writing English.
Thank you for correcting my sentences. Your explanation is very interesting. I haven't thought much about the difference between the meaning of a singular noun and a plural noun. As you corrected, 'life' in my sentence should be plural, because each individual has different life,
Thank you for your correcting my sentences. I'm glad to read your comment that 'You have hit the nail right on the head ' I was really impressed with your explanations. As you said, the word order should be reversed. The reality is that many women have no choice but prioritize childcare, and as a result, accept part-time jobs. Thanks to your very helpful corrections, I enjoy expressing my thoughts in English more and more.
Dear Kamala2, Thank you for your proofreading and detailed explanations. I mistakenly thought some of my original expressions were formal and I did not know how to use "however" in the sentences properly. Moreover, I didn't even know part of speech of however. I learned a lot more about concise and appropriate expressions. Sincerely, Tomoko-tonton
Thank you so much for correcting my sentences. I learned a lot from your explanation again. I didn't know much about determiners. However, actually, I didn't think my sentence "This is a sense of security " is natural. Now I'm very happy to clearly understand what unattended determiners are and why "This sense of security" (as you corrected) is correct.
Thank you for your polishing my sentences. Thanks to your correction, my sentences have really been refined. I learned a lot again. Your explanation about plural nouns I wrote made sense.
Thank you for such clear, detailed feedbacks! I will work on keeping my writing concise and non-redundant, as well as choosing the best word to effectively convey an idea. I appreciate your suggestion to choose the formality level depending on the seriousness of the topic. I realized that the formality greatly impacts the credibility of my essay.
Thank you so much for your correction and easy-to-understand explanation. Your lecture is really interesting to me. I could finally learn how to use "since". In English grammar texts in Japan, it is said "since" can be used not only to express starting point of time but also to express reasons. However, I didn't know how to use these conjunctions properly. The same can be said about how to use "and" and " as well as". Thanks to your explanation, I'm so happy I could know the difference between these phrases.