Mari Kim
Could you correct me? Hello, I'm writing to tell about how to study English. (in this case, is "tell" more proper than "say"?) If there are any mistakes, could you correct them? I'm a big fan of the English show called EBSe 생활영어. They have two hosts from USA and Korea Every day they have a keyword to introduce viewers. On the first section, they give a hint to guess what it is through a host's monologue. On the second section, they have some questions about the keyword and they give some example answers we can learn. On the third section, some native speakers tell a story about the keyword and we learn their story. In this section, I memorize some English sentences that I think are useful. After this section, I try to translate the Korean subtitles into English. On the last section, they show us some writings including a keyword on social media. I can't wait it.
Nov 16, 2017 12:55 AM
Answers · 3
You can just say "I am writing to tell you about how I study English" or "I am writing about how I study English" As for your paragraph, here are some corrections I would do: I'm a big fan of the English show called EBSe 생활영어. They have two hosts that are from the United States and Korea. In the beginning of every show, they have a keyword to start the show and to help introduce the viewers to a new word. On the first section, the hosts give a hint through their speech to help the viewers guess what the keyword is. Next, they ask some questions about the word and then give some example answers to help the viewers learn some more English. On the third section, a native speaker tells a story that relates to the keyword. During this section, I memorize some English sentences that I think are useful. After, I try and translate the Korean subtitles into English. Finally, they show some example writing that includes a keyword from social media. I'm not sure what you meant by "I can't wait it" so I don't want to correct it into something that you don't mean. I hope this helps!
November 16, 2017
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November 16, 2017
There is no need to put either to tell or to say in that sentence.. you could just say: I'm writing about how to study english.
November 16, 2017
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Mari Kim
Language Skills
English, Korean
Learning Language
English