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Hello, my name's Max and I've got a problem. I wrote this text about means of transports in my city, but I'm not quite sure if it's correct. I'm not a native english speaker, so it's really hard for me, especially grammar. So... can anybody check it. I'll be really gratefull.



Feel the Magic of old Warsaw.

Take a seat in a wooden chair and move 50 years back in time. By screeching in turns and the clanging, the historical tram, will let you imagine how our parents and grandparents used to travel every day.By screeching in turns and the clanging, the historical tram, will let you imagine how our parent and grandparents used to travel every day.

It will be an unforgettable travel. You’ll travell through epochs and architectural style at the same time. From the old town and socialist MDM District to modern office building make out of steel and glass. That will be changeable out of the window. It’s all like Warsaw.

Seriously, I wanted it to be correct, but you know how it is ... Thank you veeeeeery much

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Hello, Max-- and welcome to English Forums. I have underlined some problem areas for you:

Feel the Magic of old Warsaw.

Take a seat in a wooden chair and move 50 years back in time. By screeching in turns and the clanging, the historical tram, will let you imagine how our parents and grandparents used to travel every day. By screeching in turns and the clanging, the historical tram, will let you imagine how our parent and grandparents used to travel every day.
It will be an unforgettable travel. You'll travell through epochs and architectural style at the same time. From the old town and socialist MDM District to modern office building make out of steel and glass. That will be changeable out of the window. It's all like Warsaw.

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Thanks for your reply.

Feel the Magic of old Warsaw.

Take a seat in a wooden chair and move 50 years back in time.

By screeching in turns and the clanging, the historical tram, will let you imagine the way our parents and grandparents used to travel like every day. (I have no idea what to do with this one, can you give me a hint?)

Looking out of the window the architecture styles will chop and change. From the vintage Old Town through the socialist realist MDM to the modern builings made out of steel and glass this is exactly what Warsaw is like.
Feel the Magic of Old Warsaw

Take a seat in a wooden chair and travel 50 years back in time. The nostalgic sounds of the historical tram will help you imagine the way our parents and grandparents used to travel. As you look out of the window, the architectural styles will change from vintage Old Town, through the socialist realist MDM, to modern buildings of steel and glass. This is Warsaw.
Thank you very much. It's great now. I didn't realise English that english is so difficult as I've been realning it for 4 years...

Can you have a look at some more? They are the las ones. Thanks in advance

Learn Warsaw point by point

If you are somewhat of collector and would like to learn the greatest Warsaw attractions in the short time, it would be optimal to take a bus numer 100. Its rout e is arranged in a way that you can visit dozens of Warsaw attractionsin just 90 minutes. Learning about them in any other way would take you weeks. In order to save your effort, 100 woute bus begins in the heart of the Old Town at Zamkowy Square. To cost of this ride is the same as by any other bus in Warsaw.

Feel like in the 19th century

Slowly and in accordance with nature – that’s how Varsovians used to travelled in the 19th century, before electric trams had appeared. Today, we have the opportunity to hear horse neighs and horshoes clatter on the Warsaw pavements. As you look out of the window you’ll see the oldest part of warsaw – Old Town and a bit modern – New Town. There are 2 types of omnibuses to our disposal including double decker ones.
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Learn Warsaw point by point

If you are somewhat of collector and would like to learn the greatest Warsaw attractions in the short time, it would be optimal to take a bus numer 100. Its rout e is arranged in a way that you can visit dozens of Warsaw attractionsin just 90 minutes. Learning about them in any other way would take you weeks. In order to save your effort, 100 woute bus begins in the heart of the Old Town at Zamkowy Square. To cost of this ride is the same as by any other bus in Warsaw.

Feel like in the 19th century

Slowly and in accordance with nature - that's how Varsovians used to travelled in the 19th century, before electric trams had appeared. Today, we have the opportunity to hear horse neighs and horshoes clatter on the Warsaw pavements. As you look out of the window you'll see the oldest part of warsaw - Old Town and a bit modern - New Town. There are 2 types of omnibuses to our disposal including double decker ones.