Por que nao "in" ao inves the "into"
"He puts the bread in the oven" is accepted. But "into" signals direction, the bread is initially outside but is put into the oven, so it is probably more correct.
"He puts bread into the oven" not accepted, but English does leave out the definite article on this one.
'He place the bread in the oven' accepted
I find that the man lowers his voice towards the end of sentences. It's like he runs out of breathe. Does anyone else hear that? I noticed that in some other sentences too.Thanks.
Bahaha. This is a great sentence!! That's one way to say it.