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Hello :-)

I'd like to ask for your help, for buliding my new site, at the university.

I'm about to start my first year studies, for a first degree in Math.

so I considered writing :

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John's site

Welcome to John's page !

My name is john, and I'm due to start my first degree studies in Math, at the end of this November, at <local university name>.

I'm mainly interested in Theorethical math, infinitesimal, calculus, etc.

I also like programming, in Cobol, and #C.

You will probably find in this site more information about me, as well as academic material, and of course fun stuff as well, and I hope to update it frequently.

Take care and your all welcome again to my site ! :-)

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I know that the English in now so good. Can anybody please help me fix it ? . . . It's a site on the university's servers so I want it to look good.

Thank you so much in advance :-)

John
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HI John,

Here are a few suggestions.

John's site

Welcome to John's page !

My name is John, and I start my first degree in Math at the end of this November at <local university name>.

I'm mainly interested in theorethical math, infinitesimal, (I don't know what 'infinitesmal' is, perhaps you need another word?) calculus, etc.

I also like programming in Cobol and C.

You can find more information about me here, including academic material and of course fun stuff. I hope to update it frequently.

Take care and you're all welcome again to my site ! :-)

Good luck with your studies!

Clive
Couldn't it be "I'm starting my first degree..." ?
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CliveHI John,

Here are a few suggestions.

John's site

Welcome to John's page !

My name is John, and I start my first degree in Math at the end of this November at <local university name>.

I'm mainly interested in theorethical math, infinitesimal, (I don't know what 'infinitesmal' is, perhaps you need another word?) calculus, etc.

I also like programming in Cobol and C.

You can find more information about me here, including academic material and of course fun stuff. I hope to update it frequently.

Take care and you're all welcome again to my site ! :-)

Good luck with your studies!

Clive

Thank you so much for your help Clive :-)
I have three more questions :-)

1.

May I say :

A.

During (the) upcoming November, I'll start my first degree studies in Math, at < . . . >

B.

During (the) upcoming November, I'll be starting my undergraduate studies towards first degree in Math, at <. . .>

2. May I say :

I got to know more languages

(If I don't want to use "learned" / "was taught", because they are already being used at the same paragraph).

3.

Could you suggest some good sentences I can finish an About page with ? (You've already given me one for the homepage Emotion: smile)

Thanks a lot again for your help :-) :-)
Hi John,

If you are talking about the .Net language,C-Sharp, it can be written as , "I also like programming in COBOL and C#".
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Hi,

There are various C languages. I've never heard of 'C charp'. Do you perhaps mean C+ (pronounced 'see plus')or C++?

1. May I say :

Perhaps 'This November, I'll begin studying for my first degree in Math, at <. . .>'

2. May I say :

I got to know more languages

(If I don't want to use "learned" / "was taught", because they are already being used at the same paragraph).

What you suggest is OK, although 'get to know' sounds a little bit like it was not through formal studying. Maybe 'I acquired ....'.

3. Could you suggest some good sentences I can finish an About page with ? (You've already given me one for the homepage)

Perhaps you should address the readers of your site? Tell them why you have set up the site? Tell them how to get in touch with you? Ask them about their interests?

Clive
CliveHi,

There are various C languages. I've never heard of 'C charp'. Do you perhaps mean C+ (pronounced 'see plus')or C++?

1. May I say :

Perhaps 'This November, I'll begin studying for my first degree in Math, at <. . .>'

2. May I say :

I got to know more languages

(If I don't want to use "learned" / "was taught", because they are already being used at the same paragraph).

What you suggest is OK, although 'get to know' sounds a little bit like it was not through formal studying. Maybe 'I acquired ....'.

3. Could you suggest some good sentences I can finish an About page with ? (You've already given me one for the homepage)

Perhaps you should address the readers of your site? Tell them why you have set up the site? Tell them how to get in touch with you? Ask them about their interests?

Clive

Now that was very very helpfull Clive, as your previous answer was :-)

Well at least textually, my site is almost finished.

Thank you so much for your help ! :-)
Clive,

It is not C charp but C-Sharp or C#, which is a Jave-like language in .NET environment.
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