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Learning English language is not easy. For my part, I can say that I have been learning English since I was five. The list of books I have read in English is not long but the subjects are varied. I read English dailies regularly and visit news webs including BBC. In short, I spend a fairly good amount of time reading English literatures. Yet, it seems to me that I have not learnt enough and that I am still far away from being skilled in English.

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instead of : for my part USE for me or my case
books I have read in English USE English books
In short USE generally , or in general
literatures SAY literature without plural

the essay is good and I agree with u, learning english is not easy still it is so much fun isn't it?
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Hi Abil,
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Learning English language is not easy. Personally speaking, For my part, I can say that I have been learning English since I was five. The variety list of books I have read in English covered many is not long but the subjects are varied. I read English Daily dailies and visit news webs regularly including BBC. In short, I spend a fairly good amount of time reading English literatures. Yet, it seems to me that I have not learnt enough and that I am still far away from being skillful/ fluent in English.
Thanks Goodman. But should it not be "variety of books" in the following sentence that you have edited?

The variety list of books I have read in English covered many is not long but the subjects are varied.
AbilThanks Goodman. But should it not be "variety of books" in the following sentence that you have edited?

The variety list of books I have read in English covered many is not long but the subjects are varied.

But should it not be "variety of books". Yes, you're right. I believe Goodman inadvertently left out 'of'.

I read English Daily dailies and visit news webs regularly, including BBC. In short, I spend a fairly good amount of time reading English literatures. Yet, it seems to me that I have not learnt enough

A comma is needed before 'including'.
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Thanks Yoong Liat.