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Thank you for attending Mafia with Gary! We hope you’ve enjoyed it and can’t wait to see you again.
Do not think that’s all! We have prepared feedback on the speaking skills you demonstrated during the game.
We couldn’t believe you were a Mafia member until the end of the game! Are you a professional Mafia player?
We’ve noticed that you were actively engaged in the game and showed a beautifully fluent style of speaking.
There is always room for improvement. We would like to give you a few recommendations:
Try not to say ‘olderly lady’. You can say ‘old lady’ or ‘elderly lady’ (‘elderly’ is more polite than ‘old’).
If you want to talk about something that was in progress in the past, use Past Continuous (was/were +Ving) → One of my cats was worry worrying about something.
When you make a sentence with who, for example, “I don’t kill people who like cats”, and who refers to the plural noun (‘people’), use the verb without -s (likes) after who.

We hope that our advice is useful for you!
25.08.2021
Thank you for attending Mafia with Gary! We hope you’ve enjoyed it and can’t wait to see you again.
Do not think that’s all! We have prepared feedback on the speaking skills you demonstrated during the game.
Congratulations on your first experience of a Mafia role! We hope it was fun:)
While speaking:
you almost always used the correct grammar structures
you showed a wide enough vocabulary
you succeed in paraphrasing to make the meaning of your speech clear for the other participants

We’ve prepared a few recommendations that can help to master your English:
Use no prepositions after ‘meet’ when you talk about spending time with your friends — We are going to meet with my friends.
Meet with’ means seeing someone officially to discuss something.
Use markers (usually, always, never etc.) after the verb to be — My concerts usually are usually very popular.
Use there is/are when you talk about the presence of something or somebody — There were It was a lot of people there.
P.S. it’s OK to have two words ‘there’ in this sentence.
Try not to use two verbs ‘to be’ in Past Continuous — Are you were Were you smelling flowers at night?

We hope that our advice is useful for you!
07.09.2021
Thank you for attending Mafia with Gary! We hope you’ve enjoyed it and can’t wait to see you again.
Do not think that’s all! We have prepared feedback on the speaking skills you demonstrated during the game.
While speaking:
you almost always used the correct grammar structures
you showed your extensive vocabulary

Here are a few recommendations from us:
This night I am not wasn’t sleeping/ didn’t sleep. — use the Past simple (V2/ed) or Past continuous (was/were + Ving) to talk about the events that happened this night, because the night is over
Stay spend my days in the city — if you want to say that you use time for a particular purpose, it’s better to use the verb ‘spend’ (spend time, spend holidays)
I was staying at in my bed — if you use the preposition at here, you mean that you are near your bed. And if you want to say that you were in bed, it’s better to use the preposition in.

We hope that our advice is useful for you!
09.09.2021
Thank you for attending our Personalities Game! We hope you’ve enjoyed it and can’t wait to see you again.
Do not think that’s all! We have prepared feedback on the speaking skills you demonstrated during the game.
Many thanks for your active participation in the game! Your interesting questions helped to find out the personalities.
If you don’t know the gender of a person you are talking about, you can use a gender neutral pronoun they — Are they politicians?
And if you want to ask about gender, you can say Is this person male or female?
Here is an interesting video on this topic
We hope that our feedback is useful for you!

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