Hey dlis, td bem? Good job, you have a pretty broad vocabulary and you're getting your point across perfectly. Anyone who speaks English would understand everything you're saying. But here are some suggestions for ya to polish it and make some minor improvements:
dlis11 escreveu:Hello people,
Not a very common expression in English... It's not wrong, but "Hey folks", "Hey guys", "Hey there", etc. are more common.
First I' would like to thanks all help that I getting in this website.
First I would like to say thanks for all the help that I've been getting on this website.
You can either say "I'd like to", or "I would like to"... You have to choose between the two, they don't mix.
The word help is usually used with the definite article (the), and "thanks" goes with the preposition "for".
And when we talk about something that started in the past but is still going on today, we usually use the "Present Perfect Continuous"... for example, "I have been studying English for 22 years."
Today I'm tired, because yesterday I went a friend party that I didn't see a long time.
You need a preposition for the word (to) go, and "a festa de uma amigo" is a possessive: "I went to a friend's party"
Also, the way you worded this sentence, it sounds like you haven't seen the party in a long time... not the friend.
The relative pronoun usually refers to the previous element of a sentence. So instead, you could say:
Last night (or Yesterday), I went to a friend's party... I hadn't seen him in a long time.
Last night (or Yesterday), I went to the party of a friend that I hadn't seen in a long time.
Also note that I'm using the past perfect for the second part of this sentence... Because there are two events that both happened in the past (going to the party and seeing your friend), but one happened earlier than the other.
We went, I and my family and we like and enjoy so much.
It's probably better to pick just one subject for this sentence.
"I went with my family", or "My family and I went together", etc.
The words like and enjoy usually require an object. You know Borat? He`s one of Sasha Cohen's characters... And he always says "I like" without an object, and it actually sounds pretty funny to native speakers (Sasha is a comedian).
So you'd probably rather say something like "I went with my family, and we enjoyed the party a lot."
Today I'm trying to study english hard to improve, my wife went to work and my baby stayed at school.
Today I'm studying hard to improve my English.
First of all, don't say try... That's not a grammar mistake, that's just a mistake in attitude.
I'm just teasing you, but Yoda was right:
On a more serious note, English (as well as all countries, nationalities and languages), is spelled with a capital letter.
I am still holiday, then I stay at home studying a little more.Thanks for help.
I'm still on vacation, so I stay at home studying a little more.
Almost perfect this sentence, but holiday/vacation needs a preposition, and "então" translates as "so" in this case, because it implies a logical consequence.
I only back to my job on begin of february.
I only go back to work in early February.
Months are spelled with capital letters too, and "back" is not a verb... You need to combine it with (to) go, for example. The Portuguese verb "voltar" translates as "(to) go back", or "(to) return".
Alright, I've thrown a lot of tweaks at you, but don't worry about your mistakes. You got 80% right, and that's what really matters... you're almost there. You also didn't misspell even a single word, and honestly, that's AMAZING. Now we're just ironing out some details to make it perfect.
Congratulations on your efforts!
Finally, I've thrown around a whole bunch of grammar in this post, but it's always good to know WHY something is wrong... that way you can avoid the mistake next time, and also apply the rule to a million other scenarios (extrapolate).
Hope that helps mate, and my best to you all...
~ Frank Florida ~