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Is there any grammatical error in the paragraphs?

1. Never to end to be improving english

2. Supposingly some of you guys, though its amount could be quite a few till now, were wondering why I haven't shown my face to have been of late. To be straight to the points, I've been busy to have been studying english. Anyway I left a little of my casual words here to be found out phraseological flaws, if there's any.

3. Never to be pointless,why don't you have a little bit show-time to be demonstrating your superior grammatical skill in English?

4. There is a gap between your skill and authentic english, consequentially the further beyond your understanding you felt it, the wider and deeper the gap really was.

5. I can not stop larughing by a reason of having been aware of or, possibly, of nothing.
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Hi,

I'm sorry to tell you that you have many, many errors. I'll try to correct them, but in some cases I don't understand what you mean.

1. Never stop improving your English.

2. Supposedly, some of you guys, perhaps quite a few till now, were wondering why I haven't shown my face of late. To be straight to the point, I've been busy studying english. Anyway, I left a few casual words here as errors.

3. To get to the point, why don't you demonstrate your superior grammatical skill in English?

4. There is a gap between your skill and authentic English. Consequently, the further beyond your understanding you felt it, the wider and deeper the gap really was.

5. I can't stop laughing for no reason.
Best wishes, Clive

[I tried to fix the formatting, Clive.-- MM]
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Thank you, MrM.

Clive
Thanks, Clive and MM.

I wrote those after having read some grammar books to use english in the right way. Here I ask for help, hastily, to check if it was far away from using the grammar rightly.

In the forms of Innfinitive or to be called The Non-finite Verb, there are some forms to be rarely seemed, the forms such as "to have written","to have been written","to have been writing". I thought it must be gorgeous to put it to usage.