Overall, your English is pretty good. I clicked into a couple of your recent posts, and there are small grammatical errors here and there, but the important thing is that they are small enough so that your meaning is clear in each case. How many languages do you speak? What is your native language?I have a little bit odd request to participants of PF. Would you please write here your impression about my English. And please be completely honest. I am not a touchy person. And it is very important for me.
Thanks in advance.
On the level of serious philosophy, Christianity does not contradict to any scientific knowledge. Richard Dawkins argues only with very crude versions of Christianity. Sometimes he argues with his own statements which he imputes to Christians.
Imagine a right circular cone with smooth surface. The cone is stated such that its axis is parallel to the standard gravitational field g. And you have a piece a thin homogeneous chain. Then you connect the tips of the chain to obtain a loop. You put this loop on the cone:
It is clear, there is a state such that whole the loop forms the circle and rests in the horizontal plane. Are there another equilibriums? How many equilibriums does this system have?
(I know the answer and the solution. It is just for those who doesn't know what to do on weekends evenings :) I enjoyed solving this problem and share it with PF :)
"Little bit odd" is a common expression in English, but I would never use it as an adjective phrase before a noun. I always use it as the predicate of a verb, for example: "Your request is a little bit odd."I have a little bit odd request to participants of PF.
Prepositions can be problematic.I have a little bit odd request to participants of PF. Would you please write here your impression about my English. And please be completely honest. I am not a touchy person. And it is very important for me.
Thanks in advance.
these are the subtle nuances, thanksThe first sentence should be ( in the manner of which you have written ), "I have a little bit odd request OF participants of PF."
Although you are making the request TO the participants of PF, the sentence reflects the future action of participants who are being asked to give something back to you, hence the OF
my native language is Russian, I also speak PolishWhat is your native language?