Again, you do very well for a beginner. Good job, be proud of your work!
Now some impressions and tips that might be of interest for you.Hey!
Thanks Paulo, certainly it is of help to us [a]. I'm still a beginner student [b]. I'm studying a lot to get my certificate upon finishing the course. Focus on expressions is necessary to learn English correctly, it's a challenge!
[a] also...it helps us (but some people could not like it much, because the seemingly lisp in "helps us" - too many hissing S-sounds.)
[b]Or just "I am a beginner", would be understood as well, to mean a neophyte/newcomer/greenhorn etc.
- be careful with prepositions!
-yes, it´s a challenge. English is easy but not effortless (but then, if it was, would we value what we learn? Problaby no! Or some would do some wouldn´t...
-be careful when spelling names of languages, all are capitalized in the beggining, all languages begin with capital letters.
-in English we use just one exclamation point (written English, I mean.); when you use two or more, you may not please the examiner (or even the average reader -and to whom English is his mother tongue.)
Of course, I am not talking about the English at chats (some chat rooms - I mean- but then you are not required to do much, then you don´t learn much...)
Don´t worry much about them, I mean in an overly way. With time you will get the hang, and soon you will be teaching me!