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Day 3

Aug. 1, 2020, 10:16 a.m.
Posted by Borconor

Greetings!

Today, I visited some of my family. It has been a long time since I saw my grandmother. The reason for this is that Covid-19 hit very hard the old people here, and I was afraid of infecting her.
In the afternoon, I went to a friend's swimming pool in her urbanization. It isn't common that neighbors allow people who don't live in the urbanization to get into the swimming pool, even less now with COVID-19. These have been very hot days, so I enjoyed it a lot.
Later, we went over to her house and now I'm currently drinking a cool beer while I am writing this :)
We are playing Risk most likely this night, after dinner.

I drink to your health! (I don't know if this is well said)
Thanks and have a good day/night!

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Aug. 1, 2020, 10:25 a.m.
Day 3
Greetings!
Today, I visited some of my family.
It has been a long time since I saw my grandmother.
The reason for this is that Covid-19 hit very hard the old people here, and I was afraid of infecting her.
The reason for this is that C OVID -19 hit very hard the old people very hard here, and I was afraid of infecting her.
In the afternoon, I went to a friend's swimming pool in her urbanization.
In the afternoon, I went to a friend's swimming pool in her neighborhood .
"urbanization" means "the process of making an area more urban", so that's not what you meant. I'm assuming you meant neighborhood?
It isn't common that neighbors allow people who don't live in the urbanization to get into the swimming pool, even less now with COVID-19.
It 's un common that neighbors allow people who don't live in the neighborhood to g o into the swimming pool, e specially now due to COVID-19.
I cleaned the sentence up a bit - "isn't common" can be changed to "uncommon" and it sounds much smoother that way
These have been very hot days, so I enjoyed it a lot.
We've had some very hot days recently , so I enjoyed it a lot.
Later, we went over to her house and now I'm currently drinking a cool beer while I am writing this :)
Later, we went over to her house , and now I'm currently drinking a co o l d beer while I am writing this :)
We are playing Risk most likely this night, after dinner.
We are likely going to play Risk to night after dinner.
I drink to your health!
I toast to your health!
I hear "I toast to" way more often than "I drink to", but I would change this sentence to:
I wish you good health!
Thanks and have a good day/night!
Feedback/Comment:
Aug. 1, 2020, 10:25 a.m.
Nice journal, sounds like you had a nice day :)
Aug. 1, 2020, 11:59 a.m.
Day 3
Greetings!
Today, I visited some of my family.
It has been a long time since I saw my grandmother.
The reason for this is that Covid-19 hit very hard the old people here, and I was afraid of infecting her.
The reason for this is that Covid-19 really hit the old people here, and I was afraid of infecting her.
The other author's correction more directly corresponds to what you are saying, but thought I would offer this correction as an alternative as well. Also, "Really" could also be replaced by "strongly" here, but not "very"
It isn't common that neighbors allow people who don't live in the urbanization to get into the swimming pool, even less now with COVID-19.
It isn't common that neighbors allow people who don't live in the neighborhood to get into the swimming pool, even less now with COVID-19.
I find your use of "isin't common" and "even less now" to be fine.
These have been very hot days, so I enjoyed it a lot.
Later, we went over to her house and now I'm currently drinking a cool beer while I am writing this :)
We are playing Risk most likely this night, after dinner.
I drink to your health!
(I don't know if this is well said)
Thanks and have a good day/night!
Feedback/Comment:
Aug. 1, 2020, 11:58 a.m.
Excellent structure overall to this journal. Besides the misuse of "urbanization," everything you wrote would be 100% understandable in a spoken or written format.
Greetings!
Today, I visited some of my family.
It has been a long time since I saw my grandmother.
The reason for this is that Covid-19 hit very hard the old people here, and I was afraid of infecting her.
The reason for this is that Covid-19 really hit the old people here, and I was afraid of infecting her.
The other author's correction more directly corresponds to what you are saying, but thought I would offer this correction as an alternative as well. Also, "Really" could also be replaced by "strongly" here, but not "very"
The reason for this is that C OVID -19 hit very hard the old people very hard here, and I was afraid of infecting her.
In the afternoon, I went to a friend's swimming pool in her urbanization.
In the afternoon, I went to a friend's swimming pool in her neighborhood .
"urbanization" means "the process of making an area more urban", so that's not what you meant. I'm assuming you meant neighborhood?
It isn't common that neighbors allow people who don't live in the urbanization to get into the swimming pool, even less now with COVID-19.
It isn't common that neighbors allow people who don't live in the neighborhood to get into the swimming pool, even less now with COVID-19.
I find your use of "isin't common" and "even less now" to be fine.
It 's un common that neighbors allow people who don't live in the neighborhood to g o into the swimming pool, e specially now due to COVID-19.
I cleaned the sentence up a bit - "isn't common" can be changed to "uncommon" and it sounds much smoother that way
These have been very hot days, so I enjoyed it a lot.
We've had some very hot days recently , so I enjoyed it a lot.
Later, we went over to her house and now I'm currently drinking a cool beer while I am writing this :)
Later, we went over to her house , and now I'm currently drinking a co o l d beer while I am writing this :)
We are playing Risk most likely this night, after dinner.
We are likely going to play Risk to night after dinner.
I drink to your health!
I toast to your health!
I hear "I toast to" way more often than "I drink to", but I would change this sentence to:
I wish you good health!
(I don't know if this is well said)
Thanks and have a good day/night!