writing on mylot

@Anne18 (11036)
August 28, 2008 2:51pm CST
I love to write and I love it here as my grammer and spelling isn't that good and on here you can feel free to write what you like and how you like and everyone underdtands what you say and the grammer, spelling bad puntation just fade in the background and nobody cares as they are just too busy reading what you have to say
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6 responses
@Humbug25 (12551)
28 Aug 08
Hi ya Anne18 I totally agree with you. I feel bad sometimes because English is my first language and I am so bad at it!!
@Anne18 (11036)
29 Aug 08
Snap
@James72 (26832)
• Australia
28 Aug 08
My wife has joined mylot to improve her English an her grammar and even after only a month as a member I have seen a dramatic improvement in her. I commend anybody that steps up and makes the effort to use a site such as this to improve themselves! The more you contribute the better you will get! You are very fortunate to be able to communicate in your native language AND English because there are not a lot of English speaking people that can do the same with other languages themself. Good for you!
@James72 (26832)
• Australia
28 Aug 08
By the way if English is NOT your second language then I apologise in advance. Regardless of whether it is or not; any move to improve it is a positive one!
@Chevee (5915)
• United States
28 Aug 08
I feel you. I like writing too it relieves the stress in me. I like writing on MyLot and discussion certain issues, I was nervous at first and was making a lot of mistakes and misspelled words. Now I am more comfortable and it is easier. I write even though I don't think anyone is interested. I have a few good friends that no matter what I write they respond. I want to take this opportunity to say Thanks MyLot friends.
@Anne18 (11036)
28 Aug 08
Like your writing, have asked you to be my friend so we can meessage each other since we feel the same
@suzzy3 (8362)
20 Nov 15
It is nice to have a site where everybody can join in. I have a punctuation and spelling program on my computer so it normally corrects any mistakes I miss. Nothing wrong with your posts all readable and clear.
@HazySue (20793)
• United States
20 Nov 15
@Anne18 this seems to be a terrific place to get that extra practice to help perfect your writing.
• Bahamas
29 Aug 08
Hi Anne! To me, spelling nor grammer matters, as long as i get the general point behind the post i'm satisfied. I fully support anyone that is trying to improve their use of the english language, and encourage them to continue, practise makes better, if not perfect. You have been doing great, there's never any confusion as to what you're discussing.