Zahia IDRI
I love doing shopping. I can buy anything hits my eye if it’s beautiful. Sometimes impulse purchase can be a very nice opportunity to get something new bought in a sudden while you were not thinking about it. I had lived some disappointments when the advertising showed a nice product hat seemed efficient while in reality it did not do the work. In that case I feel bad with a continuous feeling of having wasted money and been deceived. But that is life. Money goes and comes
Feb 10, 2022 8:41 AM
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I love shopping. I can buy anything that catches my eye if it’s beautiful. Sometimes an impulse purchase can be a very nice opportunity to get something new that you were not thinking about . I have felt some disappointment when the advertising showed a nice product that seemed efficient, but in reality did not work. In this instance, I felt bad with a continued feeling of having wasted money and being deceived. But that is life. Money comes and goes.
Shopping is a gerund. You cannot say doing shopping. Impulse shopping is sudden so I removed this as it's tautologous ( repetitive). For the second paragraph you need to change your tense to present perfect. Money comes and goes is the correct collocation. This is well written Zahia. To perfect your writing with respect to tenses and vocabulary usage please book a lesson with me ( https://teach.italki.com/teacher/7203907)
Feb 10, 2022 9:46 AM
I love doing shopping. I can buy anything hits my eye if it’s beautiful. Sometimes impulse purchase can be a very nice opportunity to get something new bought in a sudden while you were not thinking about it. I had lived some disappointments when the advertising showed a nice product hat seemed efficient while in reality it did not do the work. In that case I feel bad with a continuous feeling of having wasted money and been deceived. But that is life. Money goes and comes
One more thing. Your heading should read, " What do you think of impulse purchases?" or you can say, " What do you think of impulse purchasing?"The first sentence we use a plural (purchases) and in the second sentence we use "purchasing" as a gerund forming a compound noun. It's quite interesting how one can play with words.
Feb 10, 2022 12:43 PM
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