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    2. "disposed of" = not interfering anymore (maybe killed, maybe sent away) "stepped up" = took responsibility of; took control over with Snowball not interfering anymore, Napoleon took control of Animal Farm.

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    2. "Xe" is a pronoun that can be used by individuals who don't want to be classed as male or female. More people are becoming comfortable using this classification as it avoids the problems associated in expressing gender in masculine or feminine pronoun terms. Some critics, however, doubt the new pronoun will be widely accepted, and even if it is, people will generally find it confusing to use. This they say would result in the term growing obsolete eventually.

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    2. When it comes to commas, try not to overthink it. As often as there are comma rules, adding an extra one does not always make the sentence invalid. For example, in your second sentence after "20 years old"(which would be hyphenated as "20-years-old"), a comma is necessary before the coordinating conjunction "and". Just as much, the comma before "and" in the third sentence is unnecessary, because it is a compound sentence not a compound-complex. Regardless, no teacher or English-speaker will chastise you for using one-too-many commas or forgetting to add one before a conjunction. The same applies for the three comma rule(list, list, and list). Remember that after a city-state clause you need to add another comma just after the state before continuing the sentence to prevent confusion. In the sixth sentence, you did use the semicolon properly, but all the content that follows until the end of the sentence is run-on. The comma after "rock music" and before "such as" is unnecessary, and the phrase "just to name few" is voided by the earlier phrase "such as". The comma before "which inspired me" is also unnecessary. The comma after "Now" in the seventh sentence is not needed, because "Now" is not a dependent clause. The comma after "new languages" in the eighth sentence is unnecessary as well(don't give up hope!). Regarding the sentence that begins "My goal for now is", you may want to turn it into an active voice sentence rather than passive to unify the paragraph. The rest is perfect! I'm sorry to have run my mouth off with minor details, because in all reality, it's pretty great as it is. It was really cool to get to know a little bit about you, and I hope my tips are helpful. Good luck!

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    2. My Hobbies I enjoy a lot of popular activities, like watching movies, reading, traveling, taking walks, and so on. But whenever someone asks me about my hobbies, I'm not quite sure how to respond. I feel like those activities aren't really "hobbies". I would like to find something that I can call, "my hobby". Well, I do love spending time in cafes with a latte, reading or studying English. This is when I'm hapoieat, so maybe I have a hobby afterall.

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    2. I still don’t understand. Is that supposed to be a philosophical quote or something? It looks like jibberish. What it literally means: French people or the French language is not owned by the majority or many but instead owned by the minority or few. I have no idea what that’s supposed to mean.

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    2. Writing No. 103 (Goal: 105) Counselling I consulted some people about something, but what I got were only critical answers, and nobody didn’t feel* the same way. It was the first time this month that I felt a little bit shocked. I want to be a person who can decide most (of my) things by myself confidently. *do you mean that "everybody felt the same way" , or that "nobody felt the same way"? Because you've put a double negative and I can't quite work out what you mean here

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    2. Your paragraph is quite good, with only a few minor errors in grammar, and phrasing that's not the most typical for native speakers of US English. You can study this revision of your paragraph, and see if you understand and agree with the changes: "Although sometimes I still have some struggles in communicating with others, I think my communication skills have been improved in general. I try to make my point more clearly, and speak more positively and confidently. I also sometimes try to start a conversation when no one else is talking, with the silence making the atmosphere a little awkward. In the coming summer term, I want to better express my opinions while paying attention to the emotions of others. Sometimes when I express a different point of view, I don't express it in the best way, which can make other people feel offended. I consider myself a kind person, and I don't mean to offend anyone. So I think that's where I need to most improve." Again, this was a minor revision overall, with a focus on grammar and flow. Please don't hesitate to ask any further questions you may have! :)

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