Q: if there needs to be corrections, please let me know とはどういう意味ですか?
A: If there are any mistakes or things that need to be fixed/corrected, please tell me.


Q: I have finished making the corrections and it's ready for your review と I have finished to make the corrections and it's ready for your review. はどう違いますか?
A: The first one is correct. The 2nd one is not correct grammar.

I have finished making the corrections and it's ready for your review.
Q: Thank you for your corrections. と Thank you for your handling my story with care. はどう違いますか?
A: well in my perspectives, thank you for "correction" is used to express your gratitude for the people that giving you the right "answers" or give you the better alternatives with good intention because they think you've made a little mistake and they want you to know the better way or the right way to do it .

to give example, this could be involved in various context . if on learning a language it could be the person correct the wrong gramatical you use, or the pronounciation or etc .

meanwhile thank you for "handling my story will care" is really depends of how you feel about that person . they shouldn't react to give you the right answer or solution .. even if the person just listen to you or maybe comfort you sincerely and put all their attention to your story. you could say : thank you for handling my story with care
Q: make corrections to と make corrections on はどう違いますか?
A: "In class today we had to make corrections to our classmate's tests."

"I have to make corrections on Andrew's test."
Q: Thank you for the corrections, Mary! と Thank you for your corrections, Mary! はどう違いますか?
A: 二つ目の例は特別な微妙があります。著者はメアリーさんの添削に関してちょっとイライラな感じを伝えると思います。なんか「メアリーさん、なんで添削する必要性を感じました!?」
Q: I got many corrections. と I received many corrections. はどう違いますか?
A: Got is more casual that received, but the meaning is the same


Q: Please give me some corrections!
"Some jokingly say that Korea is the only country that doesn’t realize how wealthy Korea is, and that gives little thought to how perilous North Korea is and that dismisses how strong Japan is."
は 英語 (アメリカ) で何と言いますか?
A: Thank you!
Q: Please make as many corrections as posible, I beg you! be hard on me! I really need to learn from what I got wrong. は 英語 (アメリカ) で何と言いますか?
A: Change "My alarm clock rings every single morning" to "My alarm clock rings every morning" saying "every single is repetitive and unnecessary, but if you wanted to stress that specifically it would be correct.

"High school" is two separate words

Like "every single," "repeat over and over" is a repetitive phrase with "repeat" and "over and over" meaning the same thing. Use one or the other. Same goes for "just like an endless loop," it's an unnecessary phrase, and while not gramatically incorrect, would cause you to lose point on an essay written for an English class in the United States.

"After I realize I've slept"

The correct phrase would be "I feel a huge sense of regret"

Use a ; instead of a comma at "thinking about going to college, I used to have a"

"to such a lack"

Put a period after forever. Also put a period after "what I needed to do."

"Consequently I knew exactly what to study" this passage is written in the past tense. The verb "know" is the present tense form, "knew" is the past tense.

; after "I feel so satisfied with myself"
Q: I need to get some corrections of my sentence below. how is it?

Setting out to try not to fall out with her, he left the room and bedded down on a couch for a night. は 英語 (アメリカ) で何と言いますか?
A: I need some help. Could someone please correct my sentence? How is it?

Not wanting their relationship to end on bad terms, he let her sleep in the room and he took the couch.

Q: they wash in the bathroom. they eat the meal. she arrive to her house. she helps to brush her hair. corrections please. thank you は 英語 (アメリカ) で何と言いますか?
A: Hi Native

They wash up in the bathroom.
Then they have their meal.
She arrived home.
She helped to brush her hair.


Q: I'd rather give minimum corrections. この表現は自然ですか?
A: I'd rather give minimal corrections. Minimum is used for describing the least amount of something. Ex. The minimum deposit is $20.
Q: Thank you for the corrections, Mary!
Your explanation is very easy to understand. この表現は自然ですか?
Q: I'm so sorry for I can't reply to all of your corrections and messages. Even short sentences, I have trouble writing because my English is not enough. この表現は自然ですか?
A: "I'm so sorry I can't reply to all of your corrections and messages. Even short sentences I have trouble writing because my English is not good enough." よくやった!
Q: すみません。自然な言い方に直してくださいませんか?
Could you help me out?

Thank you always for your corrections.

Thank you for telling me the way of speak English.

Thank you for telling me anything.

Thank you for reading my entry and the corrections.

Thank you always for the corrections and explanations.

Thank you for your help. :)
A: @kimmy12: いろいろな言い方… Thank you for telling me lots of different ways of saying things in English.
いろいろ教えていただき…Thank you for teaching me lots of things.
Q: Thanks,mate! Your corrections and explanations do help me a lot in learning the English language! ☺️ この表現は自然ですか?
A: @mranti: this is a very friendly way to thank someone for their help.. The word "mate" is urban slang for friend.