@marpaci99 Thanks for the help and suggestion, a question before : Are you man or woman ? I ask why women are more observant and I love observant people, I identify me. This text is incomplete because I have had trouble posting something very extensive , but it fits perfectly with the other parts. I'm sending the text slowly. Yes I am learning step by step, a friend is helping me .
A note : Sometimes the username does not identify if it is male or female.
By step by step i meant levels. Just like english: elementary, intermediate and advanced. Would that matter if I send a long spanish essay and ask what does it mean? Before even I learn simple grammar rules. It would not teach me anything. Don't get me wrong I don't know your level or knowledge but according to your other questions I think you should reconsider what "step by step" is. Maybe a detaied book might help you a lot. :))
@marpaci99 I would never misinterpret constructive criticism or opinion. Yes, I understand your step by step, for that reason I explained that a friend is helping me and yes in all this grammatical part, once again thanks for the help, and the text I send, I am helping a friend, so I do not really know ,who to she is going to send, but well, nor is it for me to know. Now it's an observation, her name is beautiful. I liked the name . And feel free to answer my questions 😊 .Great Sunday
You misunderstood me about spanish essays ☺ I didn't request any help. It was an example that gives an advice to you, I meant "if you ask hard and long essays/texts before you study basic things, it wont work out for you".
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