totally off topicHi drive - I'll edit your post. I know what it means to struggle with a foreign language. Howevwer, keep in mind that what you wrote is perfectly understandable, just that it sounds like a non-native speaker. So what, actually, since you ARE a non-native speaker! But anyway, since you want to know, here's how i think it should go:
Thanks. I'll do that for sure. Is my English good ehough or am i making many mistakes (grammar or writing or whatever?) I have asked this before (on another forum) but no one wants to help me make my English better (you might say: to help me improve my english) because when i make writing mistakes and no one corrects me, then i don't learn anything
nobody says "shall" except language books. "Much" is used when we mean something you can;t count (much coffee, much chocolate - many mistakes, many candies) . "whatever" would be used rather than something in this case, though i can;t explain why, it's just a feelign about the language, and maybe someone would disagree. "I have asked" not "ask", since it's the past participle that goes with have, "earlier" sounds like you just asked a minute ago or this morning, "before" means some time before, "no one" is not hyphenated - "to help me make" not to help me TO make, it's not necessary. "Because" doesn;t start a sentence, it connects two parts of a sentence, "no one correctS me", not "correct", because it's the third person. you don't need "of it" - you just don;t learn anything
hope that helps! Now, can i ask, why do you want to make pancakes without eggs? Are you allergic?
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