A text to be corrected


There is a text, in English, to be corrected by native speakers.

Not quite sure what you are requesting!

If it’s a correction, then I would write. “Here is a text in English to be corrected by native speakers”

“There” suggests that the text is somewhere else! Maybe in a book the other side of the room…! Here refers to the text that you are writing.

You don’t need to put commas round “in English”. If you DO put them, then it emphasises what you say. The sentence would then mean that the text is in English rather than some other language!

Hope this helps.

Good luck with your English.

Thank you. I’ve submitted a text to be corrected (an open request). If some native speakers could have a look on it and correct it…