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Last night, I had dinner with my friend, which I haven't seen her for a year even though we work in the same city, she was my roommate in university, one thing we weren't happy because we waited for an hour to get a seat in a restaurant. But at least the food was tasty. We shared many things happened in our life, I feel that there is no "easy" word in adults life. Nowadays young people really have lots of pressure about work and life, My friend shared me a story: one of her colleague suffered a lot when he just moved to Beijing. He doesn't have a college degree and he only got 3000RMB of his first job. In oder to save money, he lived in a very far area away from the work because it 's cheaper, he every night ride bicycle to get home, it's almost morning when he get to his place. He doesn't have internet and only eats a bowl of noodle cost 7 RMB everyday. I have no idea how long he spent his life in this way, luckily, he got promoted now. This makes me thinking, sometimes when you don't have anything and there is nothing to lose, people usually will choose of the road that no return. Instead, most of people just spend time like boiling a frog in warm water, get used to it over time.

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Was your title actually a question about Write & Correct? If so, there are no limits to how often you can write here.
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How many days can I insist on writing practice?
(This is really interesting! That poor man. :( There are some switches between present and past tense. Native speakers do this all the time. Things that started in the past but still happen in the present are present tense. It's called present progressive. Things that started and ended in the past use simple past tense. I have written the changes that keep it in past tense. I hope I didn't make it too wordy.)

Last night, I had dinner with my a friend , which who was my roommate in university (In university is British English. During university is US English). I haven hadn 't seen her for in a year , even though we work in the same city , she was my roommate in university, one thing we . We weren't happy because we had waited for an hour to get a seat in a restaurant. But at At least the food was tasty. We shared many things that happened in our life, lives. I feel that there is no such thing as "easy" word in adults an adult's life . Nowadays because nowadays young people really have lots of pressure about in regards to work and life, My friend shared told me a story : (using the same word in a paragraph sounds repetitive) ; one of her colleague colleagues suffered a lot when he just moved to Beijing. He doesn't have a college degree and he only got 3000RMB of from his first job. In oder order to save money, he lived in a very far area way away from the work because it 's was cheaper , he . He rode a bicycle every night ride bicycle to get home, it's almost morning when he and he wouldn't get to his place until morning . He doesn didn 't have internet and only eats ate a bowl of noodle noodles that cost 7 RMB everyday. I have no idea how long he spent his life in this way , luckily . Luckily , he got promoted now . This makes me thinking, I think that sometimes when you people don't have anything and there is nothing to lose, people usually will they choose of the road that of no return. Instead, most of people just spend time like boiling a frog in warm water, and get used to it over time.
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Thank you for spending time correct my writing, Michelle! I have always have trouble with grammars regards to "tense", I think this time I had a better understanding of past and present tense. your comment is really helpful. I will try next time make less mistakes about 'tense'~ haha~
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