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[–]TaiwanoGsBumder 9 points10 points  (2 children)

hahaha I had almost the same experience one time :D btw, I know you didn't ask for English advice but here it is anyway: it should be "lent to" and "borrowed from" and they're not interchangeable :D

[–]PolandArdogon 0 points1 point  (1 child)

Since we are writing about memories, I still remember how I got my grade reduced because of this mistake.

Btw. Since we are writing about memories = Since we are with memories ?

[–]TaiwanoGsBumder 1 point2 points  (0 children)

"Since we are writing about memories" is correct, but "While we're on the topic of memories" sounds a bit more natural. "Since we are with memories" is incorrect.

I studied French and German in school and was absolutely awful at both of them lol. Learning languages is hard. I'm astounded by how well many non-native speakers can speak English.