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海外の友人が僕の英語について教えてくれているのですが、何と書いてくれているのでしょう? In English, the rules on starting a sentence with the word "but" are kind of weird. It's fine in an informal setting like this, but if you were writing something where grammar was super important (like an English assignment or something) you might want to start another way. It's easy to replace it with something else/restructure the sentence like

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英語では文章を"but"からはじめるのは少しおかしいよ。 僕たちのやりとりのようなインフォーマルな時は構わないけど、たとえば英語の宿題とかのような正しい文法を使って書き物するときなどは、他の方法で書き始めたほうがいいよ。 他の言葉に置き換えたり、文章の構成をやりなおすのは簡単だよ。 最後のlikeは..わかりません。汗 妙に日本語がカタイですが。。 参考程度に

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ありがとうございます! 最初の分の意味は何となく汲み取れたんですが、英語で英語の解説されると頭が煮えそうです。笑 助かりました。

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