1. The WordReference Forums have moved to new forum software. (Details)

la idea es relevante pero los premios no

Discussion in 'Spanish-English Vocabulary / Vocabulario Español-Inglés' started by ::Twain::, Jun 2, 2011.

  1. ::Twain::

    ::Twain:: Senior Member

    Mexican Spanish
    No estoy muy convencid de mi solución para esta oración, siempre con Yet me cuesta trabajo...¿qué opinan?¿estoy usándolo correctamente?

    Es un estudio de mercado.

    En regreso a clases, la idea promocional de complementar su educación es relevante pero los premios no, de ahí que se puede considerar:

    Mi intento:

    In back to school, the promotional idea of compliment their education is relevant, yet prices are not, therefore we can consider that:

    Muchas gracias.
     
  2. aztlaniano

    aztlaniano Senior Member

    Lavapiestán, Madrid
    English (Aztlán, US sector)
    "Yet" seems correctly used, but premios = prizes, not prices (prices = precios).
    Also, complement, not compliment, and with the gerund, complementing.
     
  3. christelleny

    christelleny Senior Member

    Connecticut, USA
    French-France
    From an English perspective, "yet" is the least of your problems.

    Could you give us a context and tell us what comes after your phrase so we can better help you come up with something that does make sense?
     
  4. ::Twain::

    ::Twain:: Senior Member

    Mexican Spanish
    Muchas gracias Aztlaniano por tus oportunas correcciones.
     

Share This Page