Mandy
Q: Have you ever had a chance to feed or interact with a zoo animal? I have been to Australia travel before, because of a friend’s introduction, I had a chance to go to a zoo in Australia somewhere to volunteer for a day. I cut the carrots into pieces to feed the rabbits, feed koala with leaf, and then cleaned up the donkey's place. Oh my God, that’s the first time I cleaned up so much dung. After working, I got a loaf of bread, and I went around the zoo to feed many animals with bread. That's unforgettable experience. It’s been 8 years~ I miss them see if the cute donkey are also safe.
Sep 22, 2021 8:43 AM
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Q: Have you ever had a chance to feed or interact with a zoo animal? I have been to Australia travel before, because of a friend’s introduction, I had a chance to go to a zoo in Australia somewhere to volunteer for a day. I cut the carrots into pieces to feed the rabbits, fed koalas with leaves, and then cleaned up the donkey's place. Oh my God, that’s the first time I cleaned up so much dung. After working, I got a loaf of bread and went around the zoo to feed many animals with it. That was an unforgettable experience. It’s been 8 years~ I miss them and want to see if the cute donkey is also safe.
Hey Mandy! This text is well written! Just a few simple errors here and there that we can fix :) Note you used the plural “carrots” and so we have to follow that trend onwards! That’s why we say “koalas” and “leaves.” Also note this part now has to be said in the past tense so we use “fed.” That’s a bit confusing I believe… Since you’ve used the subject “I,” you don’t have to repeat another “I” or the “bread” again! See how it makes the sentence flow better and mean the same thing. For the last sentence we have to meet the subject-verb agreement. Since the subject “donkey” is the singular, then the verb will have to be singular as well! We’d have to say “is” instead! Hope this all helps :)
Sep 22, 2021 9:06 AM
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Mandy
Language Skills
Chinese (Taiwanese), English, Japanese
Learning Language
English