Could Anyone Correct My English Writing?

Korean employees are more likely to say about their dissatisfaction points, but almost all Chinese employees are satisfied with their training course. The table of this result Chinese and Korean employees’ answers are identical. The main reason why the Chinese enjoyed the training programs was they can learn about sales, product, and service. 4 participants said, “I don’t have much reason for dissatisfaction things, but I like to be trained; I’d like to participate in training a lot more, the more training the better”.
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Hello, I am a foreinger, Could anyone correct my writing??
I am not good writing in english.
Please help me! Thanks !

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2 Responses to “Could Anyone Correct My English Writing?”

  1. p says:

    Grammatically it is mostly correct. But i don’t understand what you mean by dissatisfaction things and points. I put words in between # if i added a word and in ( ) if i changed something. Dont actually write what was in the( ) i was just saying what i did, i am a little confused at whats happening but i hope you can understand what i am saying so you can understand how to write better.
    Korean employees are more likely to talk(i changed say into talk) about their dissatisfaction points, but almost all Chinese employees are satisfied with their training course. The table of this result Chinese and Korean employees’ answers are identical. The main reason why the Chinese enjoyed the training programs was #because# they can learn about sales, product, and service. Four (I wrote out four so it looks more organized) participants said, “I don’t have much reason for dissatisfaction things, but I like to be trained; I’d like to participate in training a lot more, the more training the better”.

  2. JOHN says:

    Korean employees are likely to be vocal about things they are not pleased with, but almost all the Chinese employees are satisfied with their training course. In their feedback, Chinese and Korean employees’ responses were identical. For the Chinese, the main reason why they enjoyed the training programs was that they learned about sales, product, and service. Four participants said, “II don’t have much reason for dissatisfaction things, but I like to be trained; I’d like to participate in training a lot more, the more training the better”. [“….” = “I don’t have much reason to be dissatisfied, I like to be trained. I should like a lot more training, the more the better”.]

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