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Introducing Myself <-- Attention to capital initials in titles;
I <-- "I" is always capital;
am learning English <-- Capital initials also for name of countries, their popullations and their languages;
. <-- The punctuation marks always follow the last word and the space come after the mark;
because I want to make friends from <-- Attention to spaces between words. In Chinese you don't need spaces, but "spaces" are fundamental in English and all languages with a phonetic alphabet;
America and other countries. <-- Plural for countries as, I believe, you are referring to more than one country by being generic ("other"). And don't forget the "." to end your phrases;
My native language is Chinese and I grew up in China <-- You need to use "in" (在）when referring to a location;
I enjoy learning! <-- Don't forget the puctuation. In Chinese you have special particles such as 吗,啊, etc to denote interrogation or exclamation. When writting using phonetic alphabets you need the punctuation to fully transmit your emotions to the reader.
Good start, Wuyang! Hope we can help each other!
First notebook entry: Introducing myself
I am learning Englishbecause I want to make friends from America and other countries. My native language is Chinese and I grew up China. I enjoy learning.
Welcome to italki!
I am learming English because I want to make friends from America and other countries. My native language is Chinese and I grew up Chian. I enjoy learning.
[Good start. Watch your capitalization. 'I' (我) is always capitalized.]
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