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Day 1

July 30, 2020, 11:11 a.m.
Posted by Borconor

Hello,

I'm new here and I will try to write everyday about my day.
First, I'm going to present myself. I'm an engineering from Madrid, Spain. I'm doing this because I would like to improve my English comunication skills. Altough I'm perfectly capable of understand English, my writting skills (and speaking) are not so developed.

About my day today, i dont have much to say, it had been a day like any other. I woke early up to go to work. It had been a very hot week here in Spain, specially in Madrid with maximum temperatures near 40ºC. The good news are that this is my last week of work before going on a 3 three weeks holidays, so I'm happy in this sense. I will talk about my holidays in future diary entries.

That is for today, you will know more about me in the comming days.

Thank you very much and best regards!

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July 30, 2020, 12:19 p.m.
First, I'm going to present myself.
First, I'm going to introduce myself.
"present oneself" is used for formal situations and doesn't mean quite the same thing as "introduce". "Present oneself" has closer to the same meaning as "appear" or "behave". "He presents himself well" means that he behaves in a way that makes other people like and respect him. "Tips for Presenting Yourself in a Professional Manner" means tips for interacting with your colleagues and business associates in a professional way, not tips for meeting them in a professional way.
Altough I'm perfectly capable of understand English, my writting skills (and speaking) are not so developed.
Alt h ough I'm perfectly capable of understand ing English, my writ t ing skills (and speaking) skills are not so developed.
The good news are that this is my last week of work before going on a 3 three weeks holidays, so I'm happy in this sense.
The good news is that this is my last week of work before going on a 3 three - week s holiday s , so I'm happy in this sense.
July 30, 2020, 11:20 a.m.
Day 1
Hello,
I'm new here and I will try to write everyday about my day.
I'm new here and I will try to write every day about my day.
"Everyday" is an adjective; use "every day" if you are talking about frequency.
First, I'm going to present myself.
I'm an engineering from Madrid, Spain.
I'm an engineer ing from Madrid, Spain.
I'm doing this because I would like to improve my English comunication skills.
I'm doing this because I would like to improve my English com m unication skills.
Altough I'm perfectly capable of understand English, my writting skills (and speaking) are not so developed.
Altough I'm perfectly capable of understand ing English, my writ t ing skills (and speaking) are not so developed.
"Write" becomes "writing" because the I is a long vowel here (i.e. it makes the same sound as the name of the vowel).
About my day today, i dont have much to say, it had been a day like any other.
About my day today, I don ' t have much to say ; it ha s been a day like any other.
"Had been" is the pluperfect should be used when the narration is in the past and you are referring to an event further back in time. Depending on when you are saying this, "has been" or "was" would be acceptable.
I woke early up to go to work.
It had been a very hot week here in Spain, specially in Madrid with maximum temperatures near 40ºC.
It ha s been a very hot week here in Spain, e specially in Madrid with maximum temperatures near 40ºC.
The week hasn't finished yet, so we need to use the present perfect.
The good news are that this is my last week of work before going on a 3 three weeks holidays, so I'm happy in this sense.
The good news are that this is my last week of work before going on a 3 three - week s holiday s , so I'm happy in this sense.
I will talk about my holidays in future diary entries.
That is for today, you will know more about me in the comming days.
That is it for today, you will know more about me in the com m ing days.
"Come" is one of the exceptions to the consonant doubling rule.
Thank you very much and best regards!
July 30, 2020, 11:14 a.m.
I'm an engineering from Madrid, Spain.
I'm an engineer ing from Madrid, Spain.
Altough I'm perfectly capable of understand English, my writting skills (and speaking) are not so developed.
Altough I'm perfectly capable of understand English, my writ t ing skills (and speaking) are not so developed.
About my day today, i dont have much to say, it had been a day like any other.
About my day today, i dont have much to say, it was a day like any other.
It had been a very hot week here in Spain, specially in Madrid with maximum temperatures near 40ºC.
It was a very hot week here in Spain, specially in Madrid with maximum temperatures near 40ºC.
The good news are that this is my last week of work before going on a 3 three weeks holidays, so I'm happy in this sense.
The good news is that this is my last week of work before going on a 3 three week s holidays, so I'm happy in this sense.
That is for today, you will know more about me in the comming days.
That is for today, you will know more about me in the com m ing days.
Feedback/Comment:
July 30, 2020, 11:14 a.m.
Well written :D
Hello,
I'm new here and I will try to write everyday about my day.
I'm new here and I will try to write every day about my day.
"Everyday" is an adjective; use "every day" if you are talking about frequency.
First, I'm going to present myself.
First, I'm going to introduce myself.
"present oneself" is used for formal situations and doesn't mean quite the same thing as "introduce". "Present oneself" has closer to the same meaning as "appear" or "behave". "He presents himself well" means that he behaves in a way that makes other people like and respect him. "Tips for Presenting Yourself in a Professional Manner" means tips for interacting with your colleagues and business associates in a professional way, not tips for meeting them in a professional way.
I'm an engineering from Madrid, Spain.
I'm an engineer ing from Madrid, Spain.
I'm an engineer ing from Madrid, Spain.
I'm doing this because I would like to improve my English comunication skills.
I'm doing this because I would like to improve my English com m unication skills.
Altough I'm perfectly capable of understand English, my writting skills (and speaking) are not so developed.
Alt h ough I'm perfectly capable of understand ing English, my writ t ing skills (and speaking) skills are not so developed.
Altough I'm perfectly capable of understand ing English, my writ t ing skills (and speaking) are not so developed.
"Write" becomes "writing" because the I is a long vowel here (i.e. it makes the same sound as the name of the vowel).
Altough I'm perfectly capable of understand English, my writ t ing skills (and speaking) are not so developed.
About my day today, i dont have much to say, it had been a day like any other.
About my day today, I don ' t have much to say ; it ha s been a day like any other.
"Had been" is the pluperfect should be used when the narration is in the past and you are referring to an event further back in time. Depending on when you are saying this, "has been" or "was" would be acceptable.
About my day today, i dont have much to say, it was a day like any other.
I woke early up to go to work.
It had been a very hot week here in Spain, specially in Madrid with maximum temperatures near 40ºC.
It ha s been a very hot week here in Spain, e specially in Madrid with maximum temperatures near 40ºC.
The week hasn't finished yet, so we need to use the present perfect.
It was a very hot week here in Spain, specially in Madrid with maximum temperatures near 40ºC.
The good news are that this is my last week of work before going on a 3 three weeks holidays, so I'm happy in this sense.
The good news is that this is my last week of work before going on a 3 three - week s holiday s , so I'm happy in this sense.
The good news are that this is my last week of work before going on a 3 three - week s holiday s , so I'm happy in this sense.
The good news is that this is my last week of work before going on a 3 three week s holidays, so I'm happy in this sense.
I will talk about my holidays in future diary entries.
That is for today, you will know more about me in the comming days.
That is it for today, you will know more about me in the com m ing days.
"Come" is one of the exceptions to the consonant doubling rule.
That is for today, you will know more about me in the com m ing days.
Thank you very much and best regards!