Hi guys,

This is a part of unfinished essay I'm writing as homework. I wish you can have a quick peek at this writing and assess it.

please, I'm bad at writing and seek your help to correct mistakes of this part.

Thank you in advance.

Language learning

Languages sometimes feature to be difficult. For any language, it has its own sophisticated rules and principles, including gestures, signals and facial expressions, which constitute the full entity of language. Indeed, these principles and signs have equipped humans with communication tendencies to survive. They use language to communicate their wants and needs; to express internal feelings, such as hanger, thirst, love, fear and so on and so forth.

Processes in which one may hold to learn language are complex. As a child is born, his linguistic faculty inside the brain is like a blank page and is ready to store information. The child learns his native language automatically throughout different phases from parents and some surroundings. Using various innate strategies, the child first notices how parents, for instance, speak and utter words. Yet later, he starts to model the same way and then produces short words.

In fact, as people grow older, each individual has the propensity to acquire another language. Naturally, it is much easier to acquire a first language than it is for a second language. However, every individual has a "hidden innate readiness" to acquire another language. This innate readiness backs the human potentials and motivates him to learn additional languages. Typically, the task will undergo some hardships and hold a chain of conflicting problems. These troubles are adequate to get learners strive. Such problems embrace diverse skills of the language. Unlike most skills, speaking still concerns many learners as they try to communicate.

Having learnt English for a quite long time, many language learners encounter a speaking trouble. It becomes a prevailing identity shared by most language learners. Predominantly, some people may attribute such to lack of practicing whereas some others believe that it is a psychological phenomenon. In most cases, psychology can strongly interfere with students’ ability of speaking. Despite being acquainted with the vocabulary one may use, some students have some difficulty employing that vocabulary words within their speech. Shyness, fear, and anxiety could explicitly play a vital role in setting a barrier to the learners stepping forward.

Unlike the other skills, speaking involves a public skill to communicate as it apparently needs self-confidence. Lacking such would reflect not only hesitation but also weak performance. Subsequently, the output may not perfectly work to match the input on a conversational level. As speakers tend to talk about something, they become hesitant and start to lose control of their speech. They will need much time to think of and recall vocabulary they want to use. Basically, it is then to be thought that they are not sufficiently proficient to handle a speech.

Some learners don't consider nor do they realize the importance of thinking directly in English. They mostly seem to consider translation as a concept upon which they rely. At a primary level, one may compensate for gaps in knowledge through resorting to the literal translation from his language into English. Yet later, that concept may intervene very negatively in his speaking. As a result, there will definitely be so clear overlapping that blocks the association of ideas to process and subsequently counts as another problem of speaking.

Thank you guys again for the help you provide.

Best of luck

Hello guys,

I will be waiting for you to check up this part. I know that it's quite long and you may get bored correcting. But I really have to know the mistakes, please.

I tried hard to make no mistakes. However, mistakes are like love-handles, hard to get rid of !!

Thanks a lot .

Mr.eleget

Hi guys,

This is a part of unfinished essay I'm writing as homework. I wish you can have a quick peek at this writing and assess it.

please, I'm bad at writing and seek your help to correct mistakes of this part.

Thank you in advance.

Language learning

Languages sometimes feature to be difficult. For any language, it has its own sophisticated rules and principles, including gestures, signals and facial expressions, which constitute the full entity of language. Indeed, these principles and signs have equipped humans with communication tendencies to survive. They use language to communicate their wants and needs; to express internal feelings, such as hanger, thirst, love, fear and so on and so forth.

Processes in which one may hold to learn language are complex. As a child is born, his linguistic faculty inside the brain is like a blank page and is ready to store information. The child learns his native language automatically throughout different phases from parents and some surroundings. Using various innate strategies, the child first notices how parents, for instance, speak and utter words. Yet later, he starts to model the same way and then produces short words.

In fact, as people grow older, each individual has the propensity to acquire another language. Naturally, it is much easier to acquire a first language than it is for a second language. However, every individual has a "hidden innate readiness" to acquire another language. This innate readiness backs the human potentials and motivates him to learn additional languages. Typically, the task will undergo some hardships and hold a chain of conflicting problems. These troubles are adequate to get learners strive. Such problems embrace diverse skills of the language. Unlike most skills, speaking still concerns many learners as they try to communicate.

Having learnt English for a quite long time, many language learners encounter a speaking trouble. It becomes a prevailing identity shared by most language learners. Predominantly, some people may attribute such to lack of practicing whereas some others believe that it is a psychological phenomenon. In most cases, psychology can strongly interfere with students’ ability of speaking. Despite being acquainted with the vocabulary one may use, some students have some difficulty employing that vocabulary words within their speech. Shyness, fear, and anxiety could explicitly play a vital role in setting a barrier to the learners stepping forward.

Unlike the other skills, speaking involves a public skill to communicate as it apparently needs self-confidence. Lacking such would reflect not only hesitation but also weak performance. Subsequently, the output may not perfectly work to match the input on a conversational level. As speakers tend to talk about something, they become hesitant and start to lose control of their speech. They will need much time to think of and recall vocabulary they want to use. Basically, it is then to be thought that they are not sufficiently proficient to handle a speech.

Some learners don't consider nor do they realize the importance of thinking directly in English. They mostly seem to consider translation as a concept upon which they rely. At a primary level, one may compensate for gaps in knowledge through resorting to the literal translation from his language into English. Yet later, that concept may intervene very negatively in his speaking. As a result, there will definitely be so clear overlapping that blocks the association of ideas to process and subsequently counts as another problem of speaking.

Thank you guys again for the help you provide.

Best of luck


Hey Mr.Eleget,

commenting as a non-native speaker, I can see that this part is really good. The style is cohesive and the ideas are linked very clearly. You have a nice way choosing the words.

In the first paraghraph, U wrote " Hanger" which, I guess, you meant it to be "Hunger".

That's all I got . Let's see what others could say else.
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Hey Mr.Eleget,

commenting as a non-native speaker, I can see that this part is really good. The style is cohesive and the ideas are linked very clearly. You have a nice way choosing the words.

In the first paraghraph, U wrote " Hanger" which, I guess, you meant it to be "Hunger".

That's all I got . Let's see what others could say else.

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Hi there,

Thanks a lot of your comment. Yeah, Hunger is the word I meant.

Look, that's good to know the style looks good.

Thanks again to be here.

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Hi all,

This is a part of an unfinished essay I'm writing as homework. I wish you can have a quick peek at this writing and assess it.

please, I'm bad at writing and seek your help to correct mistakes of this part.

Thank you in advance.

Language learning

Languages sometimes feature to be difficult. For any language, it has its own sophisticated rules and principles, including gestures, signals and facial expressions, which constitute the full entity of language. Indeed, these principles and signs have equipped humans with communication tendencies to survive. They use language to communicate their wants and needs; to express internal feelings, such as hanger, thirst, love, fear and so on and so forth.

Processes in which one may hold to learn language are complex. As a child is born, his linguistic faculty inside the brain is like a blank page and is ready to store information. The child learns his native language automatically throughout different phases from parents and some surroundings. Using various innate strategies, the child first notices how parents, for instance, speak and utter words. Yet later, he starts to model the same way and then produces short words.

In fact, as people grow older, each individual has the propensity to acquire another language. Naturally, it is much easier to acquire a first language than it is for a second language. However, every individual has a "hidden innate readiness" to acquire another language. This innate readiness backs the human potentials and motivates him to learn additional languages. Typically, the task will undergo some hardships and hold a chain of conflicting problems. These troubles are adequate to get learners strive. Such problems embrace diverse skills of the language. Unlike most skills, speaking still concerns many learners as they try to communicate.

Having learnt English for a quite long time, many language learners encounter a speaking trouble. It becomes a prevailing identity shared by most language learners. Predominantly, some people may attribute such to lack of practicing whereas some others believe that it is a psychological phenomenon. In most cases, psychology can strongly interfere with students’ ability of speaking. Despite being acquainted with the vocabulary one may use, some students have some difficulty employing that vocabulary words within their speech. Shyness, fear, and anxiety could explicitly play a vital role in setting a barrier to the learners stepping forward.

Unlike the other skills, speaking involves a public skill to communicate as it apparently needs self-confidence. Lacking such would reflect not only hesitation but also weak performance. Subsequently, the output may not perfectly work to match the input on a conversational level. As speakers tend to talk about something, they become hesitant and start to lose control of their speech. They will need much time to think of and recall vocabulary they want to use. Basically, it is then to be thought that they are not sufficiently proficient to handle a speech.

Some learners don't consider nor do they realize the importance of thinking directly in English. They mostly seem to consider translation as a concept upon which they rely. At a primary level, one may compensate for gaps in knowledge through resorting to the literal translation from his language into English. Yet later, that concept may intervene very negatively in his speaking. As a result, there will definitely be so clear overlapping that blocks the association of ideas to process and subsequently counts as another problem of speaking.

Thank you guys again for the help you provide.

Best of luck

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Language learning

Languages sometimes feature to be difficult. What does this mean?

Any language has its own sophisticated rules and principles [what do you mean by "principles?], including gestures, signals and facial expressions, which [together?] constitute the full [entirety?] of language. Indeed, these [elements of language?] have equipped humans with the communication skills to survive. They [We are humans - so use either "We" or repeat "Human"] use language to communicate their [our?] wants and needs and to express internal feelings, such as hunger, thirst, love, fear, etc. .

Processes in which one may hold to The process by which we learn language is complex. As a child is born, his linguistic faculty [what does "faculty" mean here?] inside the brain is like a blank page, and is ready to store information. A child learns his native language automatically [throughout different phases What do you mean by "different phases"?] from his parents and some surroundings [what surroundings?] Using various innate strategies, the child first notices how parents, for instance, speak and utter words. Yet Later, he starts to model the same way the sounds he hears and then produces short words.

In fact, as people grow older, each individual has the propensity to acquire another language. Naturally, it is much easier to acquire a first language than it is for a second language. [Is it? Are you sure? What about children in a bilingual home? What if that second language starts when the child is still 2? I"m not sure this sentence is true.] However, every individual has a "hidden innate readiness" to acquire another language. This innate readiness backs the human potentials and motivates him to learn additional languages. [Does your research really show that people have an innate motivation to learn another language? You should cite your source for that.]

Typically, the task will undergo some hardships and hold a chain of conflicting problems. Try something simpler, something like: Often, learning a second language presents come challenges.

These troubles are adequate to get learners strive. Such problems embrace diverse skills of the language. Unlike most skills, speaking still concerns many learners as they try to communicate. I'm sorry, but I don't understand this paragraph at all.



Having learnt English for a quite long time, many language learners encounter trouble a speaking trouble. It [What is "it"? Difficulty speaking?] becomes a prevailing identity shared by most language learners. Predominantly, some people may attribute such to lack of practicing whereas some others believe that it is a psychological phenomenon. In most cases, psychology can strongly interfere with students’ speaking ability of speaking. Despite being acquainted with the vocabulary they may use, some students have some difficulty employing that vocabulary words within their speech. Shyness, fear, and anxiety could explicitly play a vital role in setting a barrier to the learners stepping forward. This section is good.

Unlike the other skills, public speaking involves a public skill to communicate as it apparently also needs self-confidence. Lacking such would reflect not only hesitation but also weak performance. Subsequently, the output may not perfectly work to match the input on a conversational level. {Find another way to say this without using "output" and "input"] As some speakers tend to talk about something, they may become hesitant and start to lose control of their speech. They will need much time to think of and recall the vocabulary they want to use.

Basically, it is then to be thought that they are not sufficiently proficient to handle a speech. Try to say this one more simply as well. Something like "This may lead others to think they are not proficient in that language." But let's be fair - if they can't speak easily, then they are not proficient speakers. They may be great at writing and reading, but it's not a misconcpetion to think they are not proficient speakers.

Some learners don't consider nor do they realize the importance of thinking directly in English. They mostly rely on seem to consider translation as a concept upon which they rely. At a primary level, one may compensate for gaps in knowledge by resorting to the literal translation from his language into English. Yet later, that concept may intervene very negatively in his speaking. As a result, there will definitely be so clear overlapping that blocks the association of ideas to process and subsequently counts as another problem of speaking.

You switch around from "he" to "one" to "they" - stick with one - singular, male. Plural, gender neutral. Whatever, but stick with it. In this final paragraph alone, you go from "some learners" to "one" to "they" to "his." I also don't see the connection between the introductory paragraph about language acquisition in children to people driving to learn a second language to the difficulty proficient readers/writers have in speaking. What is the ONE theme of this essay?

Grammar Geek

Language learning

Languages sometimes feature to be difficult. What does this mean?

here, I meant that difficulty is one characteristic of language.

Any language has its own sophisticated rules and principles [what do you mean by "principles?],yes you're right. no need for this word including gestures, signals and facial expressions, which [together?] constitute the full [entirety?] of language. Indeed, these [elements of language?]yes have equipped humans with the communication skills to survive. They [We are humans - so use either "We" or repeat "Human"] use language to communicate their [our?] wants and needs and to express internal feelings, such as hunger, thirst, love, fear, etc. . so what could they be? i wrote it because I'd say, for example, i feel hungry.

Processes in which one may hold to The process by which we learn language is complex. As a child is born, his linguistic faculty [what does "faculty" mean here?] ability inside the brain is like a blank page, and is ready to store information. A child learns his native language automatically [throughout different phases What do you mean by "different phases"?] different stages from childhood, adolescence,etc from his parents and some surroundings [what surroundings?] people around like relatives Using various innate strategies, the child first notices how parents, for instance, speak and utter words. Yet Later, he starts to model the same way the sounds he hears and then produces short words.

In fact, as people grow older, each individual has the propensity to acquire another language. Naturally, it is much easier to acquire a first language than it is for a second language. [Is it? Are you sure? What about children in a bilingual home? What if that second language starts when the child is still 2? I"m not sure this sentence is true.] oh, i didn't make it clear. learning another language as we grow older becomes difficult. that's what I meant. However, every individual has a "hidden innate readiness" to acquire another language. This innate readiness backs support the human potentials and motivates him to learn additional languages. [Does your research really show that people have an innate motivation to learn another language? You should cite your source for that.] it's a part of a linguist research. how can I cite my source here?

Typically, the task will undergo some hardships and hold a chain of conflicting problems. Try something simpler, something like: Often, learning a second language presents come challenges.

These troubles are adequate to get learners strive. Such problems embrace diverse skills of the language. Unlike most skills, speaking still concerns many learners as they try to communicate. I'm sorry, but I don't understand this paragraph at all.


Having learnt English for a quite long time, many language learners encounter trouble a speaking trouble. It [What is "it"? Difficulty speaking?] yes becomes a prevailing identity shared by most language learners. Predominantly, some people may attribute such to lack of practicing whereas some others believe that it is a psychological phenomenon. In most cases, psychology can strongly interfere with students’ speaking ability of speaking. Despite being acquainted with the vocabulary they may use, some students have some difficulty employing that vocabulary words within their speech. Shyness, fear, and anxiety could explicitly play a vital role in setting a barrier to the learners stepping forward. This section is good.

Unlike the other skills, public speaking involves a public skill to communicate as it apparently also needs self-confidence. Lacking such would reflect not only hesitation but also weak performance. Subsequently, the output may not perfectly work to match the input on a conversational level. {Find another way to say this without using "output" and "input"] As some speakers tend to talk about something, they may become hesitant and start to lose control of their speech. They will need much time to think of and recall the vocabulary they want to use.

Basically, it is then to be thought that they are not sufficiently proficient to handle a speech. Try to say this one more simply as well. Something like "This may lead others to think they are not proficient in that language." But let's be fair - if they can't speak easily, then they are not proficient speakers. They may be great at writing and reading, but it's not a misconcpetion to think they are not proficient speakers.

Some learners don't consider nor do they realize the importance of thinking directly in English. They mostly rely on seem to consider translation as a concept upon which they rely. At a primary level, one may compensate for gaps in knowledge by resorting to the literal translation from his language into English. Yet later, that concept may intervene very negatively in his speaking. As a result, there will definitely be so clear overlapping that blocks the association of ideas to process and subsequently counts as another problem of speaking.

You switch around from "he" to "one" to "they" - stick with one - singular, male. Plural, gender neutral. Whatever, but stick with it. In this final paragraph alone, you go from "some learners" to "one" to "they" to "his." I also don't see the connection between the introductory paragraph about language acquisition in children to people driving to learn a second language to the difficulty proficient readers/writers have in speaking. What is the ONE theme of this essay?



well, unfortunately, it seems that I did mix up many things together. I didn't organize my thoughts logically. I have to consider that switching among pronounces.

Oh, it looks really bad.

Anyway, thanks a lot Grammar Geek for you help and time. you really clarified many things to me. so, I should avoid these mistakes the next time I write something.

Thanks again

Mr.eleget