Hi everybody

I want to tell you about my problem

plz if u have a solution ,help me

I can write , I have ideas and style BUT always I have grammar mistakes

I lose marks because of that .

I got 21 out of 25 in my exam , am really upset Emotion: sad

Although I had a grammar coures but i don't know why i can't reach the grammar roles

How can I solve this problem ???

I don't think 21 out of 25 is too bad a mark. All learners make mistakes, and it is by perseverence that we improve.

It might help if you try to write correct English all the time instead of using lots of abbreviations and so on, and watch your spellings and punctuation. It's easy to get into bad habits. If you normally write very sloppily it is then hard not to accidentally carry some of those habits into the exam room. I've no idea what you meant by 'hoe it's com' for example, yet your English is quite good when you try.

Your post should have read

Hi everybody,

I want to tell you about my problem. Please, if you have a solution, help me.

I can write. I have ideas and style but I always make mistakes with the grammar. I lose marks because of that.

I got 21 out of 25 in my exam and I am really upset

I have taken a grammar course but I still can't write grammatically.

How can I solve this problem?

Yes, an 84 is a good mark! You should not be discouraged. Practice.
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Hi Noone ,

Thank you for your replaying.

I think you are 100% right, I am always use abbreviations and that's affect my spelling.

As you mention above , I am write very sloppily , and one of my big problems is : not check or do a proof reading for what I had write !!

I feel bored when I do that, and I find difficult to discover my own mistakes.
Yes, an 84 is a good mark!
You think so?Emotion: smile
Thank you for your encouragement.
But how can I practice to avoid this problem?
Can suggest ways to do that?
I think the more you do it, the easier it gets. Try keeping a diary or journal - even one online like at blogger.com. And practice writing without things like "ur" or "b4." The more you get into a habit of using the correct words, the better you will be when it comes time for your formal writing. (I even use "you're" when I text message.)

It is very difficult to proofread your own work, and even harder when you have just finished writing. My advice would be to put what you write aside for a little while, and do something completely different, something that doesn't involve written words. Then come back to your writing. The first time through, read it outloud. This will show you where you have problems with how the words "flow" together. Then go through again and look for things like verbs that do not agree with the nouns. Finally, look only for spelling mistakes, using the wrong word (like "your" intead of "you're" or "to" when you mean "too,") and any missing punctuation.

If you try to look for too many mistakes at the same time you miss things! I know this from experience.
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Surely, practice is inevitable. Though, to my mind, practice can't bear good fruit. The best way to polish grammar is to consult a grammar guide whenever you face some problems. It can be quite boring and tedious to read grammar rules, but it can be quite rewarding. If you consult a grammar guide often, you will involuntarily recognize the rules.

Grammar is a complex system and you should approach to its mastery systematically. It would be great if you bought a grammar guide, which incorporate both theory and practice so that you can read the rules and do exercises to practice the rules.