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Hello. I wrote two dialogues. Will you correct them?

No. 1

F: You're giving [ delivering ] a speech soon. Do you feel [ get ] nervous?

[ Are you nervoue? ]

M: Not at all. I've made this speech so many times ( that ) I can do it

without notes.

F: Wow. I wish I had your confidence.[ I wish I were as confident as you. ]

No. 2

M: Have you given my proposal any thought?

F: Yes, it's splendid, I think. Shall we present it to the board of

directors this afternoon?

M: Oh, really? I'm so [ very ] glad to hear that.

Thank you. kenta
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KentaHello. I wrote two dialogues. Will you correct them?

No. 1

F: You're giving [ delivering ] a speech soon. Do you feel [ get ] nervous?

[ Are you nervoue? ]

I would use "get" above only if talking about a customary action: do you normally get nervous when you are about to speak? If you put this in the present continuous, it would work as you have it: are you getting nervous?

Everything else is fine as you have it, including the options.

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Thank you. Your comment is very helpful.

kenta