Type: Posts; User: Arai
Atendiendo a las reglas de la inversión, parece correcta, pero me suena rara, por eso preguntaba. Suenan mejor tus alternativas, pero necesito usar la inversión :)
I'm not sure if my sentence is right. I need to use an inversion.
Not only can you change your hair colour, but you can also change your eyes color.
No solo puedes cambiarte el color...
Su aspecto era muy diferente al que tenía en la escuela.
I'm trying to say that someone has changed his appearance and compare it to the one he had in the school years. Could I say this-->
Thanks a lot!!!
Thanks a lot!!!!!!
I'm having trouble translating this sentence in a text dealing with friendship.
Como buenos amigos que somos, hablamos por teléfono todos los días.
As the good Friends we...
I think the sentence 'I hate having to move to a place where I don't know anyone' is right, isn't it¿
What about '...where I know no one'. Is this correct too? Is it more emphatic or...
Thanks a lot, Chez!
I have a question about an adjective to describe that someone has a good reputation or is known to be good in their field. If I want to buy a new second-hand computer onlone, I would like to...
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How could I say 'Me gustan las películas de acción / intriga?
My try --> I like thrillers
I like suspense fims
I like intrigue films
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I don't know if this sentence is correct / makes sense-->
People start the preparations for the Tourism Fair some weeks in advance
(La gente empieza con los preparativos para la Feria del...
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Could you please help me translate 'You are on!' in this context?
A: Perhaps you can try my Pilates class some day and I can try your yoga class
B: That’s a great idea. How about doing...
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I have been always thought that you must use 'most' when talking in general, e.g. 'Most people like sweets', but when you refer to the majority of people in a group, you can use 'most of',...
I don't know, I would need some contest.
Se me hace muy difícil concentrarme cuando tengo hambre -- I find it difficult to concentrate when I am hungry.
Thanks a lot for your answers.
Could you say
I hanged up in Paris.
We hanged up all day.
or do you need to say the person you do it with?
I hanged up with the girls
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How would you say "No soy el tipo de persona a la que le gusta arriesgar su vida"?
My try --> I'm not the kind of person who likes to put his/her/their live at risk.
Thanks a lot, The Newt!
In English, please. I'm having truble expressing what I have to say:
Estaba atada a cuerdas.