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Hi,

Please correct my conversation


- So, how did your exams go up until now? (can you also say: how did it went = if your talkpartner knows to what you're referring to)
* I think I failed at 2 of the 6 exams this week.
* I hope i won't get more than i already have, but again it's too early to judge since we have another week. My situation is precarious; It can still go either way.


Refering to the exams:

we're only one week in? / we're only one week through? / we're only one week away? / We're only busy for 1 week? (which one is correct?) We still have one more week to go!

Thanks
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You absolutely cannot say *How did it went? Say How did it go?

You often forget to capitalize I, writing the incorrect i several times.

For a casual conversation, precarious might be too big a word! You could substitute iffy.

Regarding your references to exams, I'm not sure if you intend all those expressions to have the same meaning or if you intend to ask about several meanings.

CJ
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Which one is correct out of those examples for the following context:

we're only one week in? / we're only one week through? / we're only one week away? / We're only busy for 1 week? and you're already counting how much exams you think you failed?

Thanks

-T
If you are concentrating on the amount of time already passed, you can use

We're only one week into exams. (one week in is probably OK as well.)
We're only one week through is understandable, but not my first choice.
___________

If you are concentrating on the amount of time remaining, you can use

We're only one week away (from the end of exams).
___________

On the other hand,

We're only busy for one week just tells us the length of time without reference to any beginning or end, so I don't think you want this one.

CJ