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Hi,

Please tell me whether these sentences are correct or not. If they aren't correct then please help me to correct them.

1: Put my two cents in means ''to state one's opinion''. Is this correct when someone says by shortening the original phrase my two cents?

2: Today I wish I had a good english so that I can write a post much longer than this.

3: Although I have found my answer but if you still have any suggestion then you are welcome.

4: I still couldn't find required proverb. Is this correct sentence? Won't it be ''I still can't find the required the required proverb''.
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«1: Put my two cents in means ''to state one's opinion''. Is this correct when someone says by shortening the original phrase my two cents

«(To put) my two cents» means a little contribution to something. For example, to the answer to a question at a forum.

«2: Today I wish I had a good english so that I can write a post much longer than this.»

Yes, except for that that "I can" should be changed to "I might".

«3: Although I have found my answer but if you still have any suggestion(s) then you are welcome.»

Ok to me except you shouldn't use both "but" and "although":
«Although I have found my answer, suggestions are still welcome, should you have any.»
or just remove "Although" from your original sentence.
Also "my answer" doesn't seem good to me.
Maybe "the answer to my question" or just "the answer"?

«I still couldn't find required proverb. Is this correct sentence? Won't it be ''I still can't find the required the required proverb''.»

If it's in a present context (that is, it's your present opinion), I think the second is the choice.
Hi,

2: Today I wish I had good english so that I could write a post much longer than this.

Best wishes, Clive
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Hi,

Ant_222 wrote:

''Although I have found my answer, suggestions are still welcome, should you have any.''

What does should you have any mean in the above sentence?

or

What is the purpose of using it?
"should you have any" = "if you have (or will have) any [suggestions]"

That is no way means "if"="should" though...


Ant_222 wrote:

That is no way means "if"="should" though...

The above sentence doesn't seem correct to me. Shouldn't it be written as:

That in no way means if=should though...?

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Yes, you are right.
>please make correction to these sentences

please correct these sentences
Dear Marius,

Thank you very much for correcting the title of my post.

Best Wishes,

Jack IV
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