¡Hola! Soy un hablante nativo de inglés y puedo ayudar a quienes luchan con eso :)
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Hello, my name is Joaquin and i'm from Argentina, i am eighteen years old, nice to meet you Josue :) Where are you from and what is the reason why are you learning spanish? If you want you can practice with me that language.
Hi Josue. I'm Gabriela, I'm 19 years old. I'm wondering if you can help me with my english and I will help you with your spanish and if we can talk by whatsapp if you feel comfortable just let me know. thank you and have a nice day :)! Sorry if I said something wrong and you dont understand me
hello !!! my name is kiara, i'm fourteen years old, i study english here in colombian, i want learn english because a love your country and your lenguage. my difficulty is listening and although I have looked for how to practice, I have not been able to improve. I'm in the sixth semester of English and I think I'm going to lose it because I have not been able to overcome
Hi! Josue, I am an student english. soy nuevo en el idioma, y me encantaría aprenderlo. ¿por que quiero aprenderlo? porque principal es una carrera que pronto estudiare en la universidad ( Idiomas Modernos) me encanta mucho el idioma, aprender la cultura de los demas paises, y como conviven. siempre dese pequeño me ha gustado el ingles principalmente, en la secundaria siempre era mi mate mas alta. y pues... es la que mas amo. me he puesto hacer mis cursos online pero dejo de hacerlo, porque me cuesta con el tiempo y pues. quisiera retomar un curso ya que estoy apunto de comenzar mi carrera. Quisiera pedirte tu ayuda, para mejorar en el idioma y poder decir, que gracias a un usuario compañero de Doulingo fue mi profesor, fue la persona que me hizo surgir en el idioma. Anhelo tu ayuda hermano. Gracias y Espero tu Respuesta.
You didn't make any mistakes! :) Other (adjective)
Other is an adjective meaning 'different' or 'the second of two items'.
Other can be used with singular or plural nouns. Here are some examples :
There's some water left in this bottle. The other bottle is empty. Some children learn quickly but other children need more time. I can't find my other shoe. Have you got any other questions?
Other can be used before 'one' or 'ones' when the meaning is clear from the text.
I’m not going to wear this dress. I prefer the other one. These shoes don’t go well with the dress. The other ones look better.
Other can also be a pronoun to refer to things or people. The plural form is others.
80% of the students arrive on time. The others (the other students) are always late. There are two cookies left. You have one and I'll have the other. Only half of the guests have arrived. Where are the others?
When we use ‘an’ before ‘other’, we write it as one word: another. Another expresses quantity. It means 'additional' or 'one more'.
We use another with singular nouns: another chair, another day.
There are six people for dinner but there are only 5 plates. We need another plate. This cake is delicious. Could I have another slice please? Please give me another chance. I promise to try harder.
Another can be used before a plural noun when that noun is preceded by a number, or words/phrases such as a couple of, few etc.
The investigation will take another two weeks/couple of weeks.
Another can be used before “one” when the meaning is clear from the preceding text.
You’ve already had an ice-cream. You can’t have another one.
Another can also mean ‘an alternative’ or ‘different’
This place isn’t great. Is there another place we could go to? I'm not happy with this product. Next time I'll buy another brand. Another (pronoun)
We can use another as a pronoun:
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hola soy de venezuela tengo 21 años y tengo una duda, "check" que yo sepa es cheque. no pagar. cuando uno dice I want to pay a check, please. estamos diciendo: quiero pagar un cheque por favor. no estamos diciendo: quiero pagar la cuenta. si yo digo I want to pay a check, please. estaria pasando pena en la calle jajaja. alquien que me explique please.
Neither allows us to make a negative statement about two people or things at the same time. Neither goes before singular countable nouns. We use it to say ‘not either’ in relation to two things.
Neither parent came to meet the teacher. (The mother didn’t come and the father didn’t come.)
Neither dress fitted her. (There were two dresses and not one of them fitted her.)
We use neither of before pronouns and plural countable nouns which have a determiner (my, his, the) before them:
Neither of us went to the concert.
Neither of the birthday cards was suitable.
In formal styles, we use neither of with a singular verb when it is the subject. However, in informal speaking, people often use plural verbs:
Neither of my best friends was around.
Neither of them were interested in going to university.
In speaking, we can use neither on its own in replies when we are referring to two things that have already been mentioned:
A: Mike, which would you prefer, tea or coffee?
B: Neither thanks. I’ve just had a coffee.
We can use neither as a conjunction with nor. It connects two or more negative alternatives. This can sound formal in speaking:
Neither Brian nor his wife mentioned anything about moving house. (Brian didn’t mention that they were moving house and his wife didn’t mention that they were moving house.)
Neither Italy nor France got to the quarter finals last year.
The less formal alternative is to use and … not … either:
Italy didn’t get to the quarter finals last year and France didn’t either.
Not with neither and nor When a clause with neither or nor is used after a negative clause, we invert the subject and the verb after neither and nor:
He hadn’t done any homework, neither had he brought any of his books to class.
We didn’t get to see the castle, nor did we see the cathedral.
We use neither and nor + auxiliary/modal verb + subject to mean ‘also not’:
Examples: A: I hate snakes. I can’t even look at a picture of a snake.
B: Neither can I.
Not: I can’t also.
A: Jacqueline doesn’t drive.
B: Nor does Gina.
Not: Gina doesn’t also.
Hope this helps! :)
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