That's very kind of you, Bro Arif. (It's just natural I want to say that, sometimes I didn't mention too). :)
Well, you have many times told me that you're not an English teacher. Arif, I've known it before you told me. :) But every time I read your blogs, it's hard for me to find your mistakes, just really sometimes, and it's just very small mistake. Your English is absolutely upper me, flowing as you think it's right, you seem like a native speaker, do you?. :)
Like what you wrote on your response. I read and then checked myself about my doubt, so I could detect my mistakes and you're right. That's how I learn little by little. And I have a dictionary on my laptop which could explain whether the word is noun, verb, or adj. It helps me much.
So, if you're sure that I made mistake, I'll be glad to have the correction from you. I'll check myself, as always. Because you can see that I'm a teacher, but also learner. :) I'm so lucky to have many teachers here and sometimes I asked a friend in my real life, too.
Sure, I have lots question about Islam. I will tell you later. Do you have any recommended book to read by me? Many thanks and have a nice day too! :)
I think it's a big mistake that I couldn't differentiate between noun and adjective, so I made my own correction. And I always want to improve my English. So, anytime, if you wish, if it's needed, you can correct my sentences. I'll be glad. Thank you very much for the wishes, Brother Arif. :)
Dear Arif Saeed! I will check out your blog when we get home at last. We were traveling for about a month and now we are half-way home, so to say, already in the States but not in Florida, yet. We are still in New-York as we arrived here late night yesterday and want to do some shopping. But I'd like to say at once, if we speak about pets, we are their "masters". Please, pay your attention to spelling. If we misspell at least one letter in an English word, we can get the right word, but of different meaning. "Muster" means gathering of people, mostly troops and usually used when we speak about the Army.