Since the prompt was not included in this posting, I have given suggestions for grammar and mechanics only. I have edited the first section and followed up with some pointers to get you started on the rest:
"Love; how much is hiding in these four letters, people all over the world love each other finding their couples. Love is a great power which makes our life so important. I think that without love people can't Avoid contractions in formal academic writing.
live in this world. Some people have already met their love, but somebody hasn't
found his happiness yet. Three weeks
ago I met "somebody" who I thought would
be my "couple". Unfortunately
I was wrong!!!
I met her when I had composition class-she was in my group, and
when I first saw her she didn't
impressed me. S
he seemed to
me a simple
girl, like others, who were in my group of composition class. But soon she attracted me;
I liked her soft voice and her accent when she spoke in the
language, her character, her behavior, her appearance, how she thought, how she smiled. I didn't
want to say to
feelings because I didn't
know how she would react
if I told
her about them.
Make sure that you stay in one tense throughout the whole piece. You switch intermittently throughout the piece from past to present tense, and this is very confusing for your readers. Choose one tense and then stay there throughout the whole piece.
Make sure that you include helping verbs in your sentences such as "am" and "be." These make your sentences structurally correct and more coherent.
I am not sure what ">>" and "<<" mean, but if you are trying to interject thoughts into your sentences, try parenthesis (_).
When you include dialogue make sure that you place double quotation marks (") at the beginning and also the end of it. This will let your reader know when the speaking starts and ends. If you are including the dialogue inside of another sentence, place a comma after the last word before your first quotation mark. Also, make sure you include your punctuation inside the last quotation mark, not outside of it.
Avoid starting sentences with "and," "but," and "so."
Avoid using the pronoun "you." Try using "me," "I," or "one" instead.
Make sure that your subjects and verbs agree. For instance, if you are speaking of a singular subject (He, she, etc.) make sure your verbs are singular as well (spoke, said, coughed).
Best of luck!