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I thought I could do the memorization test tomorrow, but it seems a little impossible. I have another chance next month, so I wonder if I should do it at that time or do my best all night today and be released from the test. I will do my best today for the time being.
Jun 14, 2021 2:09 PM
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I thought I could do the memorization test tomorrow, but it seems almost impossible. I have another chance next month, so I wonder if I should do it then or do my best all night today and just do the test. I will do my best today for the time being.
It's obvious what your meaning is, just a few small corrections. We can't really say 'a little impossible', we'd usually say 'almost/nearly impossible'. Instead of saying 'be released from the test', I think we would say 'just do the test'. To just do something sounds like doing something even if it is kind of pointless or has a chance of failure.
June 15, 2021
I thought I could do a memory test tomorrow, but it seems a little impossible. I have another chance next month, so I wonder if I should do it then or try my best all night and finish the test I will try my best today for the time being.
June 14, 2021
I thought I could take the memorization test tomorrow, but it seems a little impossible. I will have another chance next month, so I wonder if I should just do it at that time instead or do my best all night tonight and be released from the test. I will do my best today for the time being.
June 14, 2021
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