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whats the error in 父亲对我谈起他青年时代如此充满理想,并且只身到山上来开辟几百亩的林地。

My correction is as follows. 父亲对我谈起他充满理想的青年时代,只身到山上来开辟几百亩林地。
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whats the error in 父亲对我谈起他青年时代如此充满理想,并且只身到山上来开辟几百亩的林地。

"如此" vs "如何" - "父亲对我谈起他青年时代如此充满理想, 并且只身到山上来开辟几百亩的林地。" - the word "如此(so, such)" should be replaced with "如何地(how) - "Father talked to me about how he ...
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whats the error in 父亲对我谈起他青年时代如此充满理想,并且只身到山上来开辟几百亩的林地。

主要错误如下: “如此充满理想”这个表述略显抽象。可以具体说明理想的内容,使句子更加生动和具体。 “并且只身到山上来开辟几百亩的林地”中的“并且”。用在这里,应当是连接两个并列的动作。 但前半句是描述状态,后半句是描述行动。在这种情形下,使用“并且”连接,略显生硬。 建议如下修改: “父亲向我讲述他青年时代怀揣着种树造林的理想,独自一人来到山上,开辟了几百亩的林地。” 修改后的句子更加通顺,...
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Why is the usage of 真 in 那是个真热闹的地方 considered an error?

put it this way 1那真是个热闹的地方 2那个地方真热闹 1&2 both say that place is really lively. but 3那是个真热闹的地方 3 says that lively place is real. and if there is no dialogue background, a Chinese guy may joke "...
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Why is the usage of 真 in 那是个真热闹的地方 considered an error?

真: real, actual, true, genuine lively: bustling with activity = busy In English we say real busy, just as in Chinese 真热闹: real: adverb: Informal. very or extremely: You did a real nice job painting ...
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Why is the usage of 真 in 那是个真热闹的地方 considered an error?

"真" is an adjective (that means "true/real/genuine"), and "真是" is an adverb (that means "really"). With these notes in mind, you can compare the sentences below ...
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Why is the usage of 真 in 那是个真热闹的地方 considered an error?

The problem is the placement of 是 真是 = "really" (真 here is an adverb that intensifies the adjective 热闹) Example: 热闹 = lively [真]热闹 = [really] lively [真是]热闹 = [really] lively [真是][个热闹的地方] = ...
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Why is the usage of 真 in 那是个真热闹的地方 considered an error?

I believe the answer's B because 真 is an adverb that frequently pairs with the main verb. In this case, it's best placed before 是, with which it forms a natural collocation. Using it as an intensifier ...
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