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Kaylee

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2019.08.08 14:54

English learners! Be careful when someone corrects your English

. I've seen so many incorrect corrections on HelloTalk. 😭
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  • JKS 2019.08.08 14:57

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    I see
  • Taichi 2019.08.08 14:57

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    Lol that happens a lot actually I have experienced few times
  • J.Young 2019.08.08 14:58

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    What's the reason for that you think?
  • 이지원 2019.08.08 14:59

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    Yes, I’m a bit confused when there are many differences between some people’s correction.
  • 김용환 2019.08.08 14:59

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    Really? How Enlgish native speakers can wrong at English?
  • Kaylee 2019.08.08 15:00

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    @김용환 Unfortunately some people on this app pretend to be a native English speaker when it is not their first language.
  • Kaylee 2019.08.08 15:02

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    @J.Young I think some people act as a native speaker even when they are not
  • Jinsung 2019.08.08 15:04

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    Really? Is it true?
  • 손영주 2019.08.08 15:06

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    Korean learners! Be careful when someone says they are same, interchangeable!
  • Park 2019.08.08 15:18

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    Oh dang
  • Minsu 2019.08.08 16:56

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    I want to study English, but what should I do first?🤦🏻‍♂️
  • P 2019.08.31 03:51

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    Some people get English 「French, etc」 corrections that are wrong. I think there are many reasons why a correction could be wrong. However, I don't think those mistakes are a deliberate attempt at sabotaging someone 1. Being a native speaker of a language doesn't mean you've mastered that language. 2. this site is comprised of mainly people trying to learn . They aren't necessarily teachers. Just normal people trying to help. 3. Typos or careless mistakes. 4. They aren't a native speaker but they think they know the correct answer. There are probably more reasons. My advice, get multiple opinions and then check online or with a teacher.

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