K
Kist

Aug 06

English

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What outdoor activities did you do this summer? Did you bike

What outdoor activities did you do this summer? Did you bike, play in a park, have picnics?

I wanted to do a lot of things this summer. Unfortunately, I could not do much, because I resigned my job. I was expecting get hired in another company, and I did, but I changed my mind. I decided that job was not for me.
Basically, I spent my summer looking for jobs and I did not even notice that it almost end. Among the things I would have liked to do, one of them was to ride bicycle. I have been wanting find places to ride since I arrived in this city. Another one would have been to stay in a cabin on a lake.
I know the next or any other summer I would do it. It just have not been the best summer. I am still fortunate or at least I feel fortunate to have the truly important things.
What I have done is to go to the gym. It might not be the funniest activity, but at least I feel I am committed. Also, studying English.

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I wanted to do a lot of things this summer.

Unfortunately, I could not do much, because I resigned my job.

Unfortunately, I could non't do much, because I resigned from my job.

or

Unfortunately, I couldn't do much because I quit my job.
Grammar

Unfortunately, I could not do much, because I resigned from my job.

alt:
because I quit from my job.

Unfortunately, I could not do much, because I resigned from my job.

'quit my job' also works

I was expecting get hired in another company, and I did, but I changed my mind.

I was expecting to get hired inat another company, and I did, but I changed my mind.

Grammar

I was expecting get hired in/at another company, and I did, but I changed my mind.

I was expecting to get hired inby another company, and I did, but I changed my mind.

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I decided that job was not for me.

Basically, I spent my summer looking for jobs and I did not even notice that it almost end.

Basically, I spent my summer looking for jobs and I did non't even notice that it was almost endover.

Grammar Usage

Basically, I spent my summer looking for jobs, and I did non't even notice that it was almost endover.

Basically, I spent my summer looking for jobs and I did not even notice that it has almost ended.

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Among the things I would have liked to do, one of them was to ride bicycle.

Among the things I would have liked to do, one of themhave done was to ride a bicycle.

Grammar

Among the things I would have liked to do, one of them was to ride my bicycle.

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I have been wanting find places to ride since I arrived in this city.

I have been wantingwanted to find places to ride since I arrived in this city.

Grammar

I have been wanting to find places to ride since I arrived in this city.

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Another one would have been to stay in a cabin on a lake.

I know the next or any other summer I would do it.

I know I can do it the next or any other summer I would do it.

or

I know I can do it the next summer or any other.
Grammar

I know theat next summer, or any other summer, I would gladly do it.

I know the next or any other summer I wouldcan do it.

It just have not been the best summer.

It just have nosn't been the best summer.

Grammar

It just haves not been the best summer.

It just haves not been the best summer.

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I am still fortunate or at least I feel fortunate to have the truly important things.

I am still fortunate or at least I feel fortunate to have the truly important things.

Stylistic

I am still fortunate or at least I feel fortunate to have the truly important things.

I am still fortunate, or at least I feel fortunate, to have the truly important things in life
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What I have done is to go to the gym.

It might not be the funniest activity, but at least I feel I am committed.

It might not be the funniestmost fun activity, but at least I feel I am committed.

Grammar

It might not be the funniestmost fun activity, but at least I feel I am committed.

It might not be the funniestmost fun activity, but at least I feel I am committed.

funniest = most funny / hilarious
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Also, studying English.

Also, I've been studying English.

Grammar

Also, studying English.

alt:
Also, I have been studying English.

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