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    Russian native looking for English penpals for language exchange

    Hello, my name is Anton. I am 30. I have been lerning English for 2 years. I'm autodidact.I was stadying at faculty of Art from 2000 till 2004.I am looking for penpals for writting only ( no skype ) as I can't speak English fluently enough. I can help you with russian. Correct my English , please

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    Hi Anton!
    Some "dictation" mistakes/typos :
    lerning --» learning
    stadying --» studying
    writting --» writing
    ~·~·~·~·~·~·~·~·~·~·~·~
    I'm autodidact
    --» I'm 'an' autodidact
    from 2000 till 2004.
    --» from 2000 'to' 2004.

    And for this sentence, i "think" it's better not to use 'enough' --» "I can't speak English fluently enough"
    So => I can't speak English fluently.
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    Thank you. It was far into the night when I was writing my post.I was in a hurry

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    I would be glad to be a penpal! If you are still looking, send me a private message!

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    Hi, At first give me please an advais. How can I send a privat messege?

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    Advice is uncountable in English, so no "an" in front of "advice"

    So my advice would be -- click a user name on the left of the page and in the menu that will pop up, choose "Private Message".
    You will be redirected to the composing page. Type the message then click "send". That's it.

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    While advice is uncountable, it is possible to have some advice, a little advice, too much advice, not enough advice, exactly the right amount of advice, five pieces of advice, and a host of other such.

    And so maybe it's pseudo-countable. If you insert an adjective or some qualifier or something, it seems to occasionally become sort-of-countable. Or is that fuzzy-countable?

    Welcome to the forum!

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    I thank you all. It is very hard for me to use indefinite or definite articles

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