I might help you a <bit but> keep in mind...

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Senior Member
Spanish - Spain
"I can't teach you the basics; In case you are learning Spanish I might help you a bit but keep in mind that teaching is not really my thing"

What I don't feel right about the sentence written above are the words bit and but. Are there any mistakes related to those words? I personally think that saying bit and but at the same time interrupts the flow of that sentence. Am I wrong?
  • Florentia52

    Modwoman in the attic
    English - United States
    We can't proofread your sentence, keilah_5, but if you're asking about the juxtaposition of "bit" and "but," that's fine. We'd probably separate them with a comma here, though.
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