Hello, people! I have been studying English for a long time, but I don't know much, because I always have to quit for some time. I don´t(1) have much time to study, so it's not easy for me. Even so, I decided to dedicate a time to learn English for real.
Well, to begin with, I will tell (you) some things about my life; my past, present and future. To work the verb structures.
1) I have no time to study would be grammatically better, but would have a certain ring of "definite'' to it, if you "have no time" that is exactly that "no time". So "having not much time" to do something is a bit of a contradiction to me.
Others may (or may not) think different, though.
Now look at this, please!Hello, people! I have been studying English for a long time, but I don't know much, because I always have to stop. I have no much time to study
, so it's complicated. Even that, I decided that I have to dedicate a time to learn English for real
. Well, to start, I will tell some things about my life, things about past, present and future to work with the verb strucutures.
See? the problem is that you "have too much." Try to use variations of the theme, by cutting some of the "fat" in your piece of text.
Example: if you "decided that you have to dedicate a time to learn English for real." that means, I daresay you simply "decided to dedicate a time to learn English for real. (or to study English for real, if you wish.)
Don´t you think?
As I said (before), I have been studying for quite a while, twenty years or so, to be more precise. But, dedication was an issue; as a result, I learned very little of what was taught. Especially the speaking part.
I was eleven years old (or I was an eleven-year boy) at the time, I was given a grant to study in an E
nglish School Program, it happened when I was in Junior (High) school. I think the principal/director/headmaster of the school liked me, to him I seemed smart and then decided for giving it to me.
I studied there for a year, but I was too young and took the course for granted. Some years later, I took other English course, but I had to drop out, because of some thing or other (that doesn´t come mind right now).
It´s getting late here, so I hafta go. Anyway, certainly others will pick up where I left off.
Hope it has somehow helped. See you around.
Notice: my comments are just to mean ideas, hints, a kick-off, other ways or even a further fine-tuning is welcome.