<p>Can anyone help me with my essay?
I'm terrible with grammar, and sorta of suck at writing
I've been in US for three years and didn't know a thing about English in the first place.
I don't want my lack of ability to write to hinder me from getting into college of my dream.</p>
<p>Here it goes>>what's your favorite word (UVA)</p>
<p>Whats my favorite word? This cant be a favorite thing, it has to be a favorite word, and has to have a reason. Thinking back, there is one word that I have been trying so hard to master; Antidisestablishmentarianism. Say it, and see if you havent missed to say any of the letters. Well, I always do. I learned how to spell it in ESOL class when I was 10th grade, and it always stuck with me although I didnt fully understand its definition until later on. It doesn't exactly roll off the tongue no matter how many times I try. And it has been pulling my leg because I still can't find it in a dictionary. </p>
<p>I give it a try once more; Anti-dis-establishment-a-ria-nism. Still, I can spell it but cant say it. It doesnt meant that I get frustrated. Rather my inability to pronounce the word fascinates me more about the complexity of this language Ive been trying to master for the past three years-English. </p>
<p>Its completely different from the language been exposed to for the first fifteen years of my life-Korean. The grammar, vocabularies, idioms, and so on, comparing the differences between two languages is always fun thing to notice. Little mistakes I make isnt so embarrassing; being bilingual lets these embarrassing moments be memorable and funny rather than painful. It is same with Antidisestablishmentarianism. Its my favorite word because it constantly reminds me of how fun it is to learn a language and make mistakes, not painful or embarrassing. </p>
<p>It's really pathetic essay but I'm trying
can anyone help me?</p>