# For every \$xx that you add...

#### Lancel0t

##### Senior Member

For every xx\$ that you will add you will receive free XX mins worth of calls.

• #### cristóbal

##### Senior Member

Recuerda que el \$ viene en frente del número.
Y además, en la frase inglesa, no usaría el futuro así... Diría "For every \$xx that you add, you will receive XX free minutes worth of calls."

Espero que te sirva... seguro que alguien va a venir para corregirme a mí, así que...esperemos.

#### araceli

##### Senior Member
Hola gente, ahí van algunas correcciones

cristóbal said:

Recuerda que el \$ va adelante del número.
Y además, en la frase inglesa, no usaría el futuro así... Diría "For every \$xx that you add, you will receive XX free minutes worth of calls."

Espero que te sirva... seguro que alguien va a venir para corregirme a mí, así que...esperemos.

#### cristóbal

##### Senior Member
araceli said:
Hola gente, ahí van algunas correcciones

Gracias, araceli!

#### Lancel0t

##### Senior Member
Thanks. Is there any other option?

#### Lancel0t

##### Senior Member
araceli said:
Hola gente, ahí van algunas correcciones

#### salomon

##### Senior Member
I agree with Araceli . In this case the correct form is the subjonctive form: "añada"

#### haujavi

##### Member
¿Por qué el signo \$ va delante y no detrás?

Gracias de antemano

#### Parreño

##### Member
Yeah, I also agree with Araceli. It has to be subjunctive because it is in the subordinate clause AND because the clause on which it depends expresses something that has yet to be done and is not necessarily going to be done. Think of it as "for every \$xx that you (may decide to) add you will receive..."

With regards to the "\$" going before the amount of money, I have to absolutely disagree with that as being a fundamental rule. Yes, in the USA the dollar sign always comes before the number....but I know that in Spain the Euro sign (which my computer apparently is not capable of producing) goes after the number....and I would assume that it is that way in several countries.