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Submitted by Misael López on Пнд, 09/18/2017 - 00:01



Hello,

I'm Misael from Monterrey, México. I'm new in this website and of course i'm very interested of learn english. My main propouse of learning english is to apply for the TOEFL test which is a request for studying aboard.  I'm studying microbiology and I think this is a beutiful part of the biology because this is focus on the things that we can not see, like bacterias, viruses, molecules and that stuff. A lot of things that are studied in the microbiology are dangerous and it makes it just more interesting.

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I'm Misael from Monterrey, México. I'm new in to/on this website and of course i'm very interested of to learn english. My main propouse purpose for of learning english is to apply for the TOEFL test which is a request requisite/prerequisite for studying aboard.  I'm studying microbiology and I think this is a beutiful beautiful part of the biology because this is focus focuses on the things that we can not see, like bacterias, viruses, molecules and that stuff. A lot of things that are studied in the microbiology are dangerous and it which makes it just that much more interesting

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  • Generally we are "new to" or "new on" a website. This is preposition usage which must simply be memorized.
  • "interested to learn" or "interested in learning" are the acceptable ways to say this
  • "Purpose for learning English" is the right way to say this
  • Please look up definitions for request, requisite, and prerequisite. I think you don't mean to say request, but I'm also not sure myself which usage you're going for.
  • Biology vs. the biology - generally biology does NOT need an article when you are talking about it as an abstract concept (as a subject of study). The only time you would see "the biology" is talking about a specific biology of an organism, place, etc. Ex: "The biology of mice is a suitable analog to the biology of humans." 
  • Two acceptable ways to say this:
  •         which makes it more interesting
  •         which makes it just that much more interesting (this is a more common type of phrasing than "just more interesting")