Learning Russian in English

Thursday, 18 April 2024

Lately I like learning something in English, so I started watching a video about Russian in English. But a problem occured. In that video, there is no script! I can’t listening English completely, I struggled to understand what a teacher said. But I managed to learn Russian arphabet and basic pronounciation. Russian pronounciation is difficult for me Japanese. But I aim to read Russian books, so perphaps I don’t have to worry about pronounciation very much.

Today I absolutely didn’t want to make dinner. The motivation wasn’t occured. But finally I reluctantly made it. I have to make more effort to do daily chores.

Anyway, it is Friday tomorrow. I want to rest.

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Your diary entry shows good effort in practicing English skills. Keep it up! It would be beneficial to pay closer attention to grammar and spelling details to enhance clarity in your writing.

Revised Diary

Thursday, 18 April 2024

Lately, I have been enjoying learning English, so I decided to watch a video about Russian in English. However, a problem occurred. In that video, there was no script! I couldn’t fully understand the English being spoken, and I struggled to comprehend what the teacher was saying. Despite this challenge, I managed to learn the Russian alphabet and basic pronunciation. Russian pronunciation is difficult for me as a Japanese learner. Nevertheless, my goal is to read Russian books, so perhaps I don’t have to worry too much about pronunciation.

Today, I absolutely did not want to make dinner. I lacked motivation. However, I finally made it, albeit reluctantly. I realize that I need to put more effort into doing daily chores.

Anyway, tomorrow is Friday, and I am looking forward to resting.

Explanation of Corrections

1. “so I started watching a video about Russian in English” – Revised for clarity.
2. “But a problem occured.” – Corrected spelling from “occured” to “occurred.”
3. “I can’t listening English completely” – Changed to “I couldn’t fully understand the English being spoken” for better expression.
4. “Russian arphabet” – Corrected “arphabet” to “alphabet.”
5. “basic pronounciation” – Corrected “pronounciation” to “pronunciation.”
6. “Russian pronounciation is difficult for me Japanese” – Altered for better grammar to “Russian pronunciation is difficult for me as a Japanese.”
7. “so perphaps I don’t have to worry about pronounciation very much” – Adjusted to “so perhaps I don’t have to worry too much about pronunciation.”
8. “Today I absolutely didn’t want to make dinner” – Restated as “Today, I absolutely did not want to make dinner” for clearer expression.
9. “The motivation wasn’t occured.” – Changed to “I lacked motivation” for better wording.
10. “But finally I reluctantly made it.” – Restructured for clarity to “However, I finally made it, albeit reluctantly.”
11. “I have to make more effort to do daily chores.” – This sentence remains unchanged as it is grammatically correct.
12. “Anyway, it is Friday tomorrow.” – Reworked as “Anyway, tomorrow is Friday” for smoother flow.
13. “I want to rest.” – This statement is suitable and remains unaltered. (complete)