English, Russian, and Kansi

Wednesday, 17 April 2024

I’m reading English books. I’m interested in Russian. I’m also interested in Kansi, which is Chinese poem. The common point of those is that I want to know the worlds where I don’t know. I always want to know the worlds where I don’t know. It might be the feeling that I want to flee.

Anyway, I have been motivated for these days. I want to know everything I don’t know, I want to study much more, I want to do anything that helps other people. Un, so I can’t waste time. It’s time to take a bath and study Kanji and read books. I want to be an overwhelming person.

Automatic Correction Results by AI

The correction results are as follows:

Overall Comments

It’s great to see your enthusiasm for learning new things and your motivation to study. Keep up the good work! Just a few corrections needed to improve the clarity of your diary entry.

Revised Diary

Wednesday, 17 April 2024

I’m reading English books. I’m interested in Russian. I’m also interested in Kanji, which is Chinese poetry. The common point among these interests is my desire to explore unknown worlds. I always seek to discover new things. Perhaps it’s a feeling of escapism.

Lately, I have been very motivated. I am eager to learn about everything I do not know, study more, and contribute to helping others. Therefore, I cannot afford to waste time. It’s time to take a bath, study Kanji, and read books. I aspire to become an extraordinary person.

Explanation of Corrections

1. “Kansi” was corrected to “Kanji”: Kanji refers to the Chinese characters used in the Japanese writing system.
2. “Chinese poem” was changed to “Chinese poetry”: Using “poetry” instead of “poem” is more common when referring to a body of work.
3. Clarified the desire to know about unknown worlds and the motivation to explore new things.
4. Improved the sentence structure for better readability and coherence. (complete)