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Q: ‎If there are wrong grammers
Please let me know🙏🙊
Hi im Diana
i’m a really lightweight. so I have a bad hangover.
But there are times when I have to drink in my life like company get together or something.
Each country has its own way of relieving hangovers.
Most koreans try to get rid of hangovers by eating warm soup.
In my case i try to exercise to sweat it out
for example Jogging, yoga, riding a bicycle.
It’s because i get tired and feel heavy easily the next day after drinking.
Actually i didn’t like to work out at first.
but the older i get, the weaker i feel
I tried a lot of things, but it was only a short time.
These days no matter how much I rest at home, my hangover doesn't seem to go away.
Honestly it’s so hard to exercise when i have a hangover, but after that i feel much better.
Too much exercise can be bad, so light exercise is advised.
the thing is drinking moderately is the best way.
I recommend that you try it and Please share your own way with me.
Thanks for listening
A: Hi im Diana
i’m a real lightweight. so I get bad hangovers
there are times when I have to drink like for company get togethers or something.
Each culture have their own way of relieving hangovers.
Most koreans try to get rid of hangovers by eating warm soup.
In my case i try to exercise to sweat it out
for example Jogging, yoga, riding a bicycle.
It’s because i feel tired and heavy after drinking.
Actually before i didn’t like to work out.
but the older i get, the weaker i feel so
I ve tried a lot of things.
Lately, no matter how much I rest at home, my hangovers don’t seem to go aways easily.
Honestly it’s so hard to exercise when i have a hangover, but after that i feel much better.
Too much exercise can be bad, so light exercise is advised.
the thing is drinking moderately is the best way.
I recommend that you try it and Please share your own way of getting over a hangover with me.


Q: If there are wrong grammers
Please let me know🙏🙊

Hi im Diana
i’m a really lightweight. so I have a bad hangover.
But there are times when I have to drink in my life like company get together or something.
Each country has its own way of relieving hangovers.
Most koreans try to get rid of hangovers by eating warm soup.
In my case i try to exercise to sweat it out
for example Jogging, yoga, riding a bicycle.
It’s because i get tired and feel heavy easily the next day after drinking.
Actually i didn’t like to work out at first.
but the older i get, the weaker i feel
I tried a lot of things, but it was only a short time.
These days no matter how much I rest at home, my hangover doesn't seem to go away.
Honestly it’s so hard to exercise when i have a hangover, but after that i feel much better.
Too much exercise can be bad, so light exercise is advised.
the thing is drinking moderately is the best way.
I recommend that you try it and Please share your own way with me.
Thanks for listening
A: (I cleaned up the grammar a little, and I made it a bit more natural.)
Hi I'm Diana,
I’m a lightweight drinker, so I get a bad hangover.
But there are times when I have to drink in my life like a company get-together or something.
Each country has its own way of relieving hangovers.
Most Koreans try to get rid of hangovers by eating warm soup.
In my case, I try to exercise to sweat it out, with some exercise like
jogging, yoga, or riding a bicycle.
It’s because I get tired and feel heavy easily the next day after drinking.
Actually I didn’t like to work out at first,
but the older I get, the weaker I feel.
I tried a lot of things, but it was only a short time.
These days no matter how much I rest at home, my hangover doesn't seem to go away.
Honestly, it’s so hard to exercise when I have a hangover, but after that, I feel much better.
Too much exercise can be bad, so light exercise is advised,
and drinking moderately is the best way.
I recommend that you try it and please share your own way with me.
Thanks for listening
Q: I'm practicing 2 grammers.

"If only something did"

If only she liked me.

If only this was better.

If only we found him

"It's time"

It's time I went home now.

It's time she was waiting at the airport.

It's time the cake was baked. oh my..... Awww I burned it. この表現は自然ですか?
A: Hi Hiro,

You seem to understand how to use "if only" correctly.

This is not good:
"It's time she was waiting at the airport." Technically, this might be okay, but it does not sound good and nobody would say this.

This is better:
"It's time she waited at the airport."

I think you understand the meaning of "it's time", but you're not using "ing" past-progressive form correctly here. You tried to use the same pattern as, "I went home", but "ing" means two things are happening at once.

Example:
"I was waiting and my brother was waiting with me."
"She was waiting at the airport, while I was already in a taxi."

If you must use progressive. It should be something that also means it will happen right now, so that as you write the sentence, you can start doing the "ing" verb. So now, let's think about how you can fix this.

A little better, but still strange:
It's time she was starting to wait. (You can start to wait right now. But if she "was waiting", it means she was already waiting, so no new action is taking place. We want a new action to be starting as the sentence is being written or right after.)

Even Better:
It's time she started waiting. (Simpler = sounds better! Notice: I still used the phrase "started waiting". If I had said "it's time she waited", it would have sounded worse)

Strangely enough, "It's time I was going" is okay to say. (English is hard)

Also, if you break it into two sentences you can use present progressive!
Example:
It's time. I'm going. (Perfectly fine!)

So, my suggestion: stay simple! These are much simpler:

Format 1: It's time .
It's time I go/went home.
It's time she waits/waited at the airport.
It's time I bake/baked the cake.

Past and present tense are okay for the verb. But progressive(waiting) or past progressive(was waiting) are much harder to use and can sound bad.

Format 2: It's time to
It's time to go home.
It's time to go to the airport.
It's time to bake the cake.

If you use, "It's time to" you have taken out the subect. We don't care who is doing the action anymore.

Format 3: It's time for to
It's time for me to go home.
It's time for her to go the airport.
It's time for me to bake the cake.

If you use "it's time for" you have to say who needs to do something because you said "for". Be careful, the object is not the same as the subject. Objects should be me/her/him and subjects should be I/he/she.

This is wrong:
It's time for I to go to the airport.

But the EASIEST way to use it is this:
It's time to => It's time to wait. It's time to go. It's time to bake.

This one will almost always work and is the most simple way to use it. Stick to this until you master your English. Then move onto the harder ones! Forget about using past progressive with "it's time" and try not to use past tense even.

Good luck!

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