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von Brummi2 (DE), Last modified: 2015-12-04, 08:58  like dislike  Spam?  
hey, bitte nur die groben Fehler das wäre total supi =): I have fixed some errors, are there more of that? Thank you for your feedback =)

Sport is a form of human excellence- it teaches us important lessons for life; team spirit- self-knowledge, endurance, honesty, tactics and solidarity. It enriches the university area culture and life in this respect that every semester a diversity of humans gets together and form a „melting pot“ which possibly generate new ideas of living together in academic fields.
Sport  is offered at  most universities in Europe and include various kinds namely competitive sport and leisure sport which address the needs of the average of people there.    

In Great Britain and also in the United States sport clubs are a great way to meet people,learn a new skill, keep up an interesting interest and  have fun. As we can see sport at universities  idealistically play an important role because collegians from different countries can gain new experiences with their European fellow students. Unfortunately, in the mind of lots of them typical cultural barriers exist and sport can help to break this barriers down.
Humans from totally different backgrounds can do sports  and simultaneously in the social sense have a great time together which they probably never forget!

As we get to know by the media more and more students at universities have psychological problems like depression, burn-out. These complex diseases are often bound with basic signs like feeling down for a long time, listlessness and a lack of enjoyment, as well as a general lack of interest- even in hobbies and activities people may have enjoyed before. The feeling to do something against the illness can support the emotional healing itself in the long run.

In Europe and also in the United States of America students have a full timetable. Most of the time they spend sitting at their desk which mostly lead to overweight and  muscular pain and in sum to  tiredness or sometimes apathy.Sport can maintain positive ways of young adults to cope with the high pressure at universities to perform, they learn to relax, to let out feelings like anger and then get more in action than sitting at home and staring at their ceiling.

Sport is wide more than than enhancing or relaxing the muscles or to bump out feelings like anger of anxiety! There are  varieties of sport that increase the mental strength and refer to people that more work with their brain and are not the representative sportsmen whom we all know from the media. A lot of bussiness men play golf; for them it has the purpose to get their brain focused and develop or discuss particular strategies of the business world.

All things considered we can state that sport is not only a matter of corruption or enhancing drugs which at least destroys the reputation of the university with reference to the author of the article. On the other hand it has a huge positive side and to reduce it only on its negative aspects may not be in the sense of all the people that profit from it in their leisure time.
I haven't read it all, but two things to start with:  #826183
von Lllama (GB/AT), 2015-12-03, 21:29  like dislike  Spam?  
Menschen = people. Very rough rule - keep humans for scientific writing.

There are lots of subject/verb errors - you have singular verbs with plural subjects and plural verbs with singular subjects.

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