Ani wrote:One of the log's readers notes that HiNative attracts people of extremely low class. This reader comments that she often avoids helping with posts that she finds disgusting or abusive to women. She recommends trying another app to find a long term exchange partner or two. Her top suggestion at the moment is Tandem, particularly due to the fact that it is simple to adjust the age of persons suggested for a match, thus hopefully allowing the elimination of those who's brains haven't completed their development.
Log's Author found Tandem some time ago, but he, as a shy person, had not enough courage to register and look for language partners. The breaking psychical blockade is a real problem for him. He read once that such a thing is because of conceit as one does not want to show his weak points. He will somehow deal with the problem soon.
Ani wrote:Correction for the second to last post -- did not find
Log's Author would like to thank for the good news!
StringerBell wrote:I am really enjoying reading your "formally written log"!
It is a pleasure to hear that
StringerBell wrote:Since you said that you are practicing writing in a formal way and you would like corrections, I will suggest two small ones to make your writing a little more formal.
The log's Author would like to express his gratitude for this. For him, this means reaching the next level. The road ahead is long since he has difficulty in recognizing what is formal and what is not. However, it is not too long since Grammarly as the first filter is quite an effective tool, and there is a native speaker as a second filter
It seems that the writing experience in English becomes the most profitable thing for the log's Author from registering at this forum. It is better than was initially planned since English is the essential language even in Humanities now.