Thank you for nominating my blog for this award, Niall O’Donnell!
I’m very glad. … but … it seems like a big English assignment from Niall. 🤔 😱 😂
English-Language Thoughts by Niall O’Donnell is a great and interesting blog. This blog is about a lot of things related to the English language.
While studying English, sometimes I revisit the same article a few times because it takes me a while to complete it, so I’m happy when it’s interesting! I’m using Niall’s blog as part of my English studies. If you interested in it, check it out!
Here are the rules:
- Thanks the blogger who nominated you and provide a link to their blog.
- Write a post to show your award.
- Give a brief story of how your blog started.
- Give two pieces of advice to new bloggers.
- Select 15 other bloggers you want to give this award to.
- Comment on each blog and let them know you have nominated them & provide the link to the post you created.
How my blog started
I started this blog to improve my English about a year ago. I’m writing some sentences before a skype English lesson. For example, my travel experiences, about Japan and sometimes my daily thoughts, etc. But they are sometimes terrible. So my teacher puts me through torture correcting them.🤕 I’m posting some of them. Thus this blog is completed with a bunch of help from my teacher.
Two pieces of advice to new bloggers
I agree with Niall’s idea. ↓
I wonder if I should write sentences to improve my English? 🤔
Well….write uniquely at your own pace. Read and put like or leave a comment if you find some interesting blogs.
I should take my own advice. 😅
Select 15 other bloggers you want to give this award to and comment on each blog
It’s difficult to select 15… I selected a few bloggers from my followers. Check out these lovely blogs.
Pieces and Papers by Ilya Lemieux
This blog has just started. I’ve read the first post and a several other posts. His sentences, poems and Haikus are great.
The Voyageer by Staci
Blog about camping and also traveling in California, the USA, and abroad.
I’m interested in the west coast in the USA and her articles.
Roxy Moto https://roxymoto.co.uk/
It’s about traveling solo by bike. Her YouTube videos are cool.
I want to solo travel one day, again.
Lately, there haven’t been any English classes for me to take and I couldn’t post about this. But when I noticed this award from Niall, I remembered the movie “Pay It Forward.” I enjoyed this
assignment award. 😂 Thanks again. 😀