The Place where I live
I live in Lucena, which is a city on the south of Spain. It has a population of 40.000 people and it's de second biggest city in Córdoba. It's a beatiful city, and it's great for walking around. There are lots of narrow streets, and it's full of churches. There is a muslim castle too. There's an area called "la ...
correction by Jose
"Live for hope. Settle for pain." Could you tell me if these phrasal verb sentences are good? 1/ i wanna mean that you have to live for hope (hope of love, hope of happyness, etc...) 2/ i wanna mean that another side you must expect to have pain, hurt in your life
correction by meiangie
Live when we're young
Ted is a young sport dancer. He was born in a family with artistic tradition in sport dance. His parent guided him to get into sport dance career, even though he doesn't love dancing. It is very hard for him to become a professional sport dancer. He have to practice at least 10 hours a day. He hardly have time ...
correction by Emtennis
People live in this world for a purpose; we live for nothing but for ourselves. I thought that we live because there are people that support us, and because of their support we “want” to live, but after I survived a lot of experiences that I felt really painful, I found out that we are in this world just because ...
correction by tranthuan
, ready corrections: 1
, remains corrections: 0
meaning of life
Hello! My name is Dmitry Lopatin. I've created correctmytext.com
in 2009 to help everyone who learns foreign languages.
I'll be happy to see you as my friends in Facebook:
I'll be glad to see you on my other Internet projects:
Learning to write and speak a foreign language correctly requires having somebody to correct your grammar and usage errors.
Otherwise you may learn a substandard version of the language with deep-rooter mistakes and incorrect usages that are hard to get rid of.
A popular and tried-and-true way to learn languages involves writing texts in a foreign language on a daily basis and reading them aloud to a native speaker, who will correct any mistakes.
Native speakers or language professionals will review your text and correct all errors of style or grammar free of charge.
You can also request a sound recording of the spoken version of your corrected text that will let you hear the subtleties of pronunciation by a native speaker.