Is there something you have never been able to understand? Are you revising for an exam? Is your boyfriend’s mother Scottish, and you need to know what to say? This page can help you!
‘Should’ significa ‘debería’ y ‘Shouldn’t’ ‘no debería’. Es muy sencillo.
Entonces puedes escribir frases tal como:
– If you come to my country you should take t-shirts and shorts, because the weather is very hot in summer.
(No puedo escribir mucho porque no sé cual es tu país y no sé que consejos dar, pero para que tengas la idea….)
You shouldn’t kiss in public.
If somebody invites you to their house, you should give them some flowers or chocolates.
People shouldn’t talk about politics.
Everybody should visit the capital city.
I have done lots of things!
I have taught a lot of children and adults. It makes me feel proud to see people learn English with me.
I have written a book. I have done some paintings. I have set up this website…
…and most importantly, I have treated my pets as well as I can!
Jenny is going to enter the talent contest.
This is a very difficult topic for all learners!
I’ll pass you to the article I’ve written on this subject: http://profesornativogratis.com/gerunds-and-infinitives/
Si, lleva ‘…s’. Entiendo tu confusión, porque has oido que el ‘s’ se lleva en frases afirmativas, pero no negativas.
Es verdad, pero se refiere a ‘doesn’t’. Vemos las frases:
He driveS a car.
He doeSn’t drive a car.
Hay ‘s’ en las 2 frases. Y con nunca tambien tiene que haber:
He never driveS a car.
Quieres decir deberes?
No exactamente. Mi tarea aquí es ayudaros entender cuando sentís que necesitais ayuda. Claro, si todo el mundo me manda sus deberes no tendría mas tiempo para hacer nada! 🙂
Para los que necesiten que les corrija un texto largo (un papel academico, un proyecto) o que tienen algo especifico en mente, en los proximos meses voy a abrir un servicio de correción. Eso sí, no gratis.
Ice skating is the act of moving on ice by using ice skates. Ice skating occurs both on specially prepared ice surfaces (tracks, parks), both indoors and outdoors, as well as on naturally occurring bodies of frozen water, such as ponds, lakes and rivers. The sport WAS brought to North America from Europe in the 1740s. The earliest ice skating happened (prefiero: TOOK PLACE) in southern Finland more than 3,000 years ago. Originally, skates were made by flattened bone strapped to the bottom of the foot. Skaters did not actually skate on the ice, but rather glided on top of it. True skating emerged when a steel blade with sharpened edges was used. Skates now cut into the ice instead of gliding on top of it. These ice skates were made of steel, with sharpened edges on the bottom to aid movement. The construction of modern ice skates has stayed largely (mejor: LARGELY REMAINED) the same since then. The first organized skating club was the Edinburgh Skating Club, formed in the 1740s. For admission (TO BE ADMITTED INTO) to the club, candidates had to pass a skating test where they USED TO perform a complete circle on either foot, and then jump over first one hat, then two and three, placed over each other on the ice. On the Continent, participation in ice skating was limited to members of the upper classes. As the technology for the maintenance of natural ice did not exist (CUIDADO CON ‘-ed’), these early rinks used a substitute consisting of a mixture of hog’s lard and various salts.
SUERTE, Y ESPERO QUE TE HAYA LLEGADO A TIEMPO!
“under your love and where you ARE (no es pregunta) I saw arrive health that yearns”
No sería normal en Inglés conversacional, porque el sujeto (health) tendria que estar antes del verbo (arrive). Eso dicho, en las canciones hay mas flexibilidad y esto valdría.
Es una frase curiosa, no?
Do you mean as an exclamation?
What a concert! = Singular Noun
What noise! = Plural/Uncountable Nouns (This is not very common)
How silly! = Adjective
How a …… = You have to give me a specific example. I can’t think of anything.
B is not at all common, and in fact sounds a bit strange.
A and C are both quite common, but I wouldn’t say that the structure is particulary formal – you could hear it in a conversation between friends, for example.
You have to give a example because I don’t see the confusion.
Be = Ser/Estar
There + Be = Hay
Do = Hacer
To have to = Tener que
Do you mean “I am to do the shopping”? In this case you would say “I am GOING to do the shopping” = Voy a hacer la compra.
Fresh Water Resources Management?
Para mi el nucleo es Management. En que trabajas? En Gestion (Management). Gestion de que? Recursos. Que tipo de Recursos? Agua. Todo tipo de agua? No, agua fresca.
Management es lo mas importante. Lo demas es detalle añadida, funcionando como adjectivo.
This structure is more US English than British English, and personally I would never teach it.
‘The Independent’ is a UK newspaper, but headlines often omit words, so they are not good examples of grammar. “DOG BITES QUEEN” is an example.
In British English you use ‘just’ with the Present Perfect (not Past Simple) to mean very recently (in spanish = acaba de pasar)
I’ve just seen a ghost = Acabo de ver una fantasma.
The Present Perfect is not so commonly used in US English, but the meaning is the same, so you would hear:
“I just saw a ghost”.
First of all, ‘FACE’ can be used in a physical sense, as in ‘looking towards’:
The TV faces the sofa in my living room.
….but I don’t think that’s your problem. I think a better example would be:
‘She’s FACING a problem’
‘She’s FACING UP TO a problem.’
The second suggests an attitude towards the problem – she’s brave, she’s taking responsibility, and she’s not trying to hide. The first simply means that there is a problem in front of her.