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Practice English About Orthodontics

Volunteer Love 0 · May 15

Target Language - English

I’ve been wearing braces. I’m happy that my teeth are becoming straightened up, but it is uncomfortable when eating.
A piece of rice and ramen noodles often get stuck behind my braces. I wonder why they get stuck so well. Melty cheese isn’t also good because it sticks behind them and it was hard to get the cheese out. After I had eaten croissant, most my brackets were covered with it. I learned that I should eat curry the day before the day when exchanging my braces because my rubber attaching to the ceramic brackets turn to yellow from clear color.
I encounter a lot of difficulties during wearing braces, but I’m looking forward to the day when I come off my braces.

(I’d be grateful if you could make my sentences sound more natural. Thanks!:D)


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elonmusk 0 May 15, 2021
I’ve been wearing braces.

I’ve been wearing braces.

That's fine but I think most people would say "I wear braces." or "I have to wear braces."
I’m happy that my teeth are becoming straightened up, but it is uncomfortable when eating.

I’m happy that my teeth are becoming straighteneding up, but it is uncomfortable when eating.

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A piece of rice and ramen noodles often get stuck behind my braces.

A pPieces of rice and ramen noodles often get stuck behind my braces.

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Since you're talking about something that often happens it's better to use the plural for both types of food.
I wonder why they get stuck so well.
Melty cheese isn’t also good because it sticks behind them and it was hard to get the cheese out.

Melty cheese isn’t alsoalso isn't good because it sticks behind them and it was hard to get the cheese out.

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After I had eaten croissant, most my brackets were covered with it.

After I had eaten a croissant, it covered most of my brackets were covered with it.

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I learned that I should eat curry the day before the day when exchanging my braces because my rubber attaching to the ceramic brackets turn to yellow from clear color.

I learned that I should eat curry the day before the day when exchanging my braces because mythe rubber attachinged to the ceramic brackets turn to yellows from a clear color to yellow.

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I encounter a lot of difficulties during wearing braces, but I’m looking forward to the day when I come off my braces.

I encounter a lot of difficulties during wearing braces, but I’m looking forward to the day when I come off my bracesan have them taken off.

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(I’d be grateful if you could make my sentences sound more natural. Thanks! :D)

Overall feedback & comment:

I'm glad I never had to wear braces. They sound awful.
Comment added on 05/15/2021