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Thank you, Grammar Geek. Emotion: smile
And just to help you more about your english here are my corrections to your above statements:

I wasn't going to offence you...-OFFEND is more appropiate.

Indeed, it was the only book which said me that. - it was the only book THAT STATED that.
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Hi Raluca,

Forgive me for making a couple of minor corrections to the following:

And just to help you more about with your English, here are my corrections to your above statements:

Thank you very much ! I do not mind other's corrections .
And thanks to you for a gracious reply. Your English is generally excellent, by the way.
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He he thank you very much !! English is not my native language, i am from Romania, but i have always been very fond of it! I just love it and love it ! Lol. I came here so i help others and also learn more about English, i graduated university here and i should soon start teaching in schools, so this site is actually very helpfull to me !
Your English is very good too !!
Ah, so Raluca's a Romanian name, then; I was wondering .....

Anyway, in a spirit of helpfulness, here's some further fine-tuning to your generally excellent English:

English is not my native language, I am from Romania, but I have always been very fond of it! I just love it and love it ! Lol. I came here so I can help others and also (to) learn more about English. I graduated from university here and I should soon start teaching in schools, so this site is actually very helpfull helpful to me !

So, you think my English is very good too, huh? Well, I should hope so; I've been speaking, hearing, reading and writing it for long enough.
Thank you again for the fine-tuning!! Emotion: stick out tongue So you know now where my name comes from, it was actually the name of a princess sometimes in our history (aka princess Ralu) .

I must admit i was curious enough about your name here, it is difficult for me to read it !! Now that's some learning!!!
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Okay, I'll tell you; yizhivika is my transliteration of the Russian word for blackberry, i.e. ежевика.......
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