Agreed. Personally, I'm pretty sure that it's not correct. I think (but I'm a non-native speaker) that it should be: before you improve or before improving.I have my doubts; the expression shocked me from the beginning. It would be nice to see the opinion of some natives.
Agreed. Personally, I'm pretty sure that it's not correct. I think (but I'm a non-native speaker) that it should be: before you improve or before improving.
Yes, let's wait for more opinions on this. Un saludo.
Thank you for your reply, Hablocastellano. I'm sorry to insist, but some context would be appreciated.
I've got two questions:
-Your title reads: "Improve yourself, before improve someone else". "Before improve"; is this correct, please?
-Could you please give us some context?
Thank you very much.
The contex is, I need to change my life first (from bad attitude to good attitude), so that I can change someone else attitude or lifestyleMany thanks, Masood (and for the correction). So, let's see what others say but, with no context, I think that any of the translations given would do.