November 03, 2007

Reflection 1

On Friday, I was inspired a lot by the conversation with Red, one of my tutors, who is so brilliant. One of her important advice is Reflection. Be critical of yourself and reflect on yourself often; then, you will make progress faster.

Now, I am determinded to write reflection in English everyday. I hope, every friend will supervise me. In addition, you can help me correct my grammar mistakes and give me valuable advice.


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  1. Tilly Harrison

    As requested here are some corrections!
    ‘Advice’ is countable so we need to say ‘one of her important pieces of advice…’
    Determined (spelling)
    ‘Every friend’ means ‘all without exception’ whereas I think you meant to give everyone a choice! ‘All my friends’ would be more appropriate. I don’t think ‘supervise’ is what you meant either – that is quite a stong power relationship and is usually an employer over an employee – ‘advise’ would be better.

    07 Dec 2007, 12:31

  2. Thank you for your advice.:)

    As I felt nobody read my Warwick blog, now I did not update this blog; instead, I almost update myQQ blog everyday, as I can gain much encouragement there.

    Anyway, I am very glad to get your comment today. Because of your encouragement, I will keep updating my Warwick blog and write my English reflections.

    07 Dec 2007, 16:27


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