karina cavalcante
No now, because I don’t have financial condition, but I would like to live this experience one day in the future.
Sep 30, 2021 1:24 AM
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Not now, because I don’t have the financial ability to, but I would like to have this experience one day / in the future.
A nicely written sentence! We don't need to say "one day in the future", because we use "one day" and "in the future" in the same way. This means you can use one of them, but you don't need to use both. :)
September 30, 2021
No now, because I don’t have financial condition, but I would like to live this experience one day in the future.
I would like to wish you a great time in overseas studies soon.
September 30, 2021
Not now because I don’t have financial ability to, but I would like to have this experience one day in the future.
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September 30, 2021
Not now, because I don’t have the means, but I would like to have this experience one day/ in the future.
Great job! There are many ways to say you cannot do something because of money. “I can’t afford”, “ I’m not financially able”, “I don’t have the means”, etc. Because “one day” and “in the future” mean the same thing, you only have to use one. I hope this is helpful! :)
September 30, 2021
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