Well it sounds like you and your mates had a great time in Goa. After reading about your visit, it has certainly gone up in my estimation. It's good to see you've used a couple of the vocabulary items from my last blog - keep it up!
Good to see you have done your homework, Pravin!
Here is your original sentence: ...do Visit, Coastal side of Maharashtra state, where you will find some of the great fort which was conquered by 'The Great Chattrapati Shivaji'
And here is the corrected version: ...do visit the coastal side of Maharashtra state, where you will find some of the great forts which were conquered by 'The Great Chattrapati Shivaji'
We need to add the because we are saying exactly which side of Maharashtra state the forts are on. And because you have used a plural determiner some of, the noun that goes with it needs to be plural too. Finally, I've corrected a couple of capital letters and taken out an unnecessary comma. Well done to everyone who did the homework, most people did a sterling job.
Turning to the language in your latest blog, I like the way you've used several different grammatical structures to describe your trip to Goa.
Your use of the simple past tense is spot on: ...it was real fun. We stayed there for almost 2 days.
And you've used 'would + infinitive' perfectly to describe a past habit: Then we would start our expedition to explore Goa [...] we would go to [the] pub.
But you need to tweak this sentence: '...we use to go to beach...'
'Used to + infinitive' is a great way to talk about past habits. In positive sentences you need to say used to with d. Negatives and questions don't have d.
Here are all 3 forms:
Positive: We used to go to the beach
Negative: We didn't use to go to the beach
Question: Did you use to go to the beach?
For more information about 'used to' for talking about past habits, take a look at this edition of Ask About English where Alex explains the difference between 'used to' and 'would'.
This week's homework, Pravin and everybody, is to write a short paragraph about your childhood. I'd love to hear about some of the things you used to do when you were small... make sure you practice 'used to' and 'would' in your paragraph, and feel free to ask me some questions about what I used to do in my childhood... I'll ask my mum to help me to answer some of them next time!
Have a great weekend Pravin, and everyone else in our blogging community!
mates - friends
gone up in my estimation - I have a higher opinion of this now
keep it up - continue doing this
did a sterling job - did the task very well
spot on - perfect