Blog article English corrections

Since I’m not an English native speaker, I often make mistakes in writing English.
This topic is for reporting incorrect English phrases in my blog articles.
Feel free to report!
Any suggestion would be appreciated :slight_smile:

To Rael: Please post here!

Hi Takuya,

I wanted to point out a small mistake in the Preferences dialog, under Backup:

Should be:
Backup stores all your data to the local filesystem.

Also similar issue here:

“You can back up your all data to your local filesystem”
Should be:
You can backup all your data...

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Hi Rael,

Thanks for the report! Will fix it :smiley:

Hey Takuya,

Hope you don’t have similar experiences in the future, Here are some corrections/suggestions for your recent article:

But the thing happened.
suggestion: But then it happened.

I noticed an alert email from AWS CloudWatch which tells the high CPU utilization

which reported
which told of

was too busy than usual.

was alot busier than usual.
was much busier than usual

so that the attacker can’t create more fake accounts

couldn’t create more

most people who received the scum email

scam email

as many as they want

as many times as

Thanks Rael,

It’s fine for now. That was so tough!

“The thing happened” was a very Japanese-like expression, haha.

Looks like I have to learn more about the sequence of tenses.
Thanks again for the corrections!

Hi Takuya,
A few small corrections on this page:

This looks like a typo:

“Your Name”

And at the bottom:
If you don't decide what to build
I think
if you can’t decide what to build
is better

Thanks Rael. Fixed!

HI Takuya,
Congratulations on the release of v5. Here are a few corrections for your article: (

was so hard than I imagined
was so much harder than I imagined.

let’s get started from
started by

takes less 1,000
less than

I’m happy to introduce the following features supported
supported features

but it would be not handy
but it isn’t that handy

It’s going to be a too-long article if I listed up all
The article would be too-long if I listed them all

That’s pretty much of it
That’s pretty much it

Thanks Rael. Corrected!

Hi Takuya,

Here are some corrections for your recent article: “how-i-became-a-full-stack-developer”. Nice article, btw.

I build a whole app alone
I built

and I write
and I can write in almost any language I need

(to write a language means you developed the language itself…)

I’ve written in
or I’ve written code in…

But how to get those knowledge efficiently?
how to get that knowledge

That is to make mistakes as many as possible
That is to make as many mistakes as possible

It might be not so fun when
It might not be so much fun when

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Thanks as always, Rael! Fixed :slight_smile:

to write a language means you developed the language itself…

Oops, haha.
I’ve built a scripting language a long time ago but that’s another story lol