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I think it will be a good idea to review all english grammar,

and learn new words.


Just make a sentence from the word that mentioned in the last comment,

Clarify the grammar in your sentence,

& leave new word to the next participant.


Example :


The word : China,
The sentence : I know a lot about China, because I have lived in China for 3 years,
The grammar : Present Perfect tense ( Subject + has/have + V.3 + Object ),
The new Word : Culture,


P.S. ( I will appreciate the help from native speakers, to correct any mistakes ),


The new word : Culture,
Your turn . . .

 

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I have watched many korean dramas, I think there is a beautiful culture in Korea,

 

The grammar : Present Perfect tense ( Subject + has/have + V.3 + Object ),

 

The new word : Dismay.

I have watched horror movie yesterday, I still feel dismayed,


The grammar : Present Perfect tense ( Subject + has/have + V.3 + Object ),


The new word : applause.

I have got a lot of applause after finishing my first book,


The grammar : Present Perfect tense ( Subject + has/have + V.3 + Object ),


The new word : viciously.


Please, if no one want to share, it's ok,
but for native speakers :
just correct my mistakes & the logic of the sentence,


Thanks.

 

She knocked him out, viciously stabbed him in the eye and went over to the liquor cabinet to pour herself a glass of Bourbon.

 

Not much to explain here...just the phrasal verbs "to knock (someone) out" and "to go over to..".
New word: puzzled (adj.)

I have started to write a story about peace & respect since a while, but I still puzzled about the name,

 

The grammar : Present Perfect tense ( Subject + has/have + V.3 + Object ),

 


The new word : Overcame.

I try to sleep without light, that will help me to overcome my fears from darkness.


The grammar : Present Simple tense ( Subject + V.1 + Object ),


P.S. ( If the subject " He, She, It, singular " . . . we must add S to the verb,

but if the subject " I, They, We, You, Plural " . . . we must not add anything to the verb ).

 

The new word : Surreptitious.

 

I have watched horror movie yesterday, I still feel dismayed. --- Correction--- I watched a horror movie yesterday, I,m still feeling the dismayed.

(yesterday--- It has to be a simple past tense..... and now I,m feeling the dismayed... present continue... and the dismayed is noun created from the adjective)

He tossed a surreptitious look at her at some moment ago.

 

(ago.. the simple past tense)

 

stealthy

yesterday I went out stealthy with my friend to celebrate my birthday,
but I found a surprise waiting for me in his house,

 

The grammar : Past Simple tense ( Subject + Verb.2 + Object ),


The new word : mollify,

i have to say that i like your discussions, it is very interesting.

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