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I have been planning my last summer for very long and because of COVID situation I stayed at home. But this year I'm going to the Netherlands. It will be a perfect holiday because my best friend is going with me.

Well , I have to go now, but I'll text you how my summer was when I come back. I hope you will have a good summer.
9 months ago
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louise
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9 months ago
Summer
I have been planning my last summer for a very long and btime. Because of the COVID situation, I stayed at home.
But this year I'm going to the Netherlands.
It will be a perfect holiday because my best friend is going with me.
Well , I have to go now, but I'll text you how my summer was when I come back.
I hope you will have a good summer.
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alexl
9 months ago
Summer
I have been planninged my last summer for verya long andtime, but because of the COVID situation I stayed at home.
Saying "I have been planning" implies that you are still planning last summer's vacation! The correct tense would be 'planned', because the action is completed. It sounds more natural to use 'but' instead of 'and' between the two ideas as well. Let me know if you have any questions!
But tThis year I'm going to the Netherlands.
I removed the 'but' because it sounded awkward with my last correction - this is up to you.
It will be a perfect holiday because my best friend is going with me.
Well , I have to go now, but I'll text you how my summer was when I come back.
I hope you will have a good summer.
It sounds more natural to say it this way, but your original sentence makes sense too!
Grouped corrections
  • I have been planning my last summer for very long and because of COVID situation I stayed at home.
  • I have been planning my last summer for a very long and btime. Because of the COVID situation, I stayed at home.

    Grammar
  • I have been planninged my last summer for verya long andtime, but because of the COVID situation I stayed at home.

    Saying "I have been planning" implies that you are still planning last summer's vacation! The correct tense would be 'planned', because the action is completed. It sounds more natural to use 'but' instead of 'and' between the two ideas as well. Let me know if you have any questions!
    Grammar Stylistic
  • 1 But this year I'm going to the Netherlands.
  • But tThis year I'm going to the Netherlands.

    I removed the 'but' because it sounded awkward with my last correction - this is up to you.
    Stylistic
  • 2 It will be a perfect holiday because my best friend is going with me.
  • 2 Well , I have to go now, but I'll text you how my summer was when I come back.
  • 1 I hope you will have a good summer.
  • I hope you will have a good summer.

    It sounds more natural to say it this way, but your original sentence makes sense too!
    Stylistic
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