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I always writting a eassy to my teacher corrected.But he telled me I had many Chingish in the eassy.
How can I do?I'm afraid...Because I want to improve it..
Can anyone help me on this personal problem?
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Kaki:
Post some of your writing (short sentences), and we can help with corrections.

For example I always writting a eassy to my teacher corrected. But he telled me....
" I always writing" has a mistake in the verb "writing". The only correct forms are:
I am writing
I write
Often in Chinglish, the "be" auxiliary verb is omitted in the progressive tense.
"corrected" is a verb with no subject. Who corrected the essay? The teacher, or you?

He telled me. is not correct. "Tell" is an irregular verb. The past tense is "told"
He told me.
Thank you AlpheccaStars .
For example:I always told myself,you could improve this problem in a eassy or artice.And you will get a good mark in Hkcee.
Tom who often express his opinion in the metting.
Have any mistakes on this sentences?
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kaki_91819Tom who often express his opinion in the metting.
The problems are the word "who", the spelling of meeting, and subject-verb agreement.

Who can be used by itself as the subject in questions,
Who is in my class?
When "who" follows another noun (Tom), we expect it to be the subject or object of a relative clause.
Tom, who always was present, often expresses his opinion.
- - - - | relative clause - - - |
Main clause: Tom often expresses his opinion
WIth "often" we expect more than one meeting, so the most correct form is
Tom often expresses his opinion in the meetings.
Here are examples of the sentence with relative clauses, introduced by "who":

Tom, who always wears red shirts and blue pants, often expresses his opinion in the meetings.
Tom, who is my best friend, often expresses his opinion in the meetings.
Tom, who I like a lot, often expresses his opinion in the meetings.
kaki_91819Have any mistakes on this sentences?
Are there any mistakes in this sentence?
Have I made any mistakes in this sentence?
Have you ever visited in hong kong?
Hong kong is known as a shopping paradise,where have a many fashionable suit.
I stand beside the cafe.Than,I want to go inside that I'm hungry.But, I haven't money so I cannot buy anything.
I'm so sure tony hopes to realize his dream when he 21 years old.
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kaki_91819Have you ever visited in Hong Kong? ---> Capitalize place names. "visit" takes a direct object, the place being visited.
Hong Kong is known as a shopping paradise, where (who? you need a subject for the verb "have" ) have a ( do not use "a" because you probably mean more than one suit, and "a" is only for singular) many fashionable suits.
I stand beside the cafe.Then,I want to go inside because / since I'm hungry.But, I haven't any money so I cannot buy anything.
I'm so sure Tony hopes to realize his dream by the time he is 21 years old.

Than you,AlpheccaStars .

Mr Lam is my english yeacher he often teaches extra skill for my task.
Japan is famous place,where have fanishionable suits for tourists buy it.
If you have personial experience in anyother country.You can issue a tourist book at the book shop for visiters
Kaki:
Has Mr. Lam taught you grammar? One of the first things English teachers should do is show correct simple sentence structures, with subject and verb.
More advanced students learn about clauses, which also have a subject and verb, but are not complete as a sentence. Clauses are parts of sentences.
Another thing they teach from the beginning is how to use the definite and indefinite article - "a" and "the".
Chinese and Russian learners must pay attention to these little words because it is a problem for them.
Japan is a famous place - -> this is the main clause in the sentence. The indefinite article "a" is necessary.
where (put your subject here) have fanishionable (spelling) suits - -> this is a subordinate clause. The verb is "have". It also needs a subject.
You have made the same mistake as you did before. Be careful to check your clauses to make sure you have not left the subject out.

for tourists buy it - -> this is not correct, since "for" is a preposition, and cannot put a finite verb (buy) as an object.
It needs a noun phrase as an object. An infinitive phrase can function as a noun. So the correct phrase is "for tourists to buy".
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