"Eu não corro de setembro a novembro."

Translation:I do not run from September until November.

June 27, 2013



I chose to translate as "between September and November" and was corrected as "between S... Until N...". That is definitely NOT correct in English! Either "From... until" OR "Between... and"

February 19, 2015


"até" vs "a" when you talk "from" and "until"? Any difference, or just preference?

June 27, 2013


Yes. Both are correct

June 27, 2013


In the case of for example "a/até novembro". Does it always mean until (so excluding the month November itself) or can it include November as well (depending on context). Best regards, Wilfred

July 6, 2013


It includes November but, as you said, depending on the context it may exclude this month. This last option is less likely to happen if you dont have any certain date.

July 6, 2013


Hey. Thanks for your clear and quick response!

July 6, 2013


I do not run from September to November

February 16, 2015


To me, the English sentence "I don't run from September to November." means that my running period is different from the period from September to November, but it doesn't specify how. Maybe I start in July, maybe I end in January, maybe I run all year, maybe whatever. But "I don't run between September and November." is much more precise; it means that my running period is at most from December to August (although possibly not all of that).

What exactly does the Portuguese mean?

June 21, 2015


I am confused. Can 'a' mean until or not? One comment section said no, but the "another translation" box just said that it means until. Can someone just give me a list of all common meanings of the word 'a'. Thanks.

February 9, 2015


I was corrected for writing "I do not run from September through November," but this would be how many people would say this.

July 5, 2017


This sentence makes no sense at all.

January 10, 2015


It can be due bad weather conditions, cold winter o extreme heat.

July 31, 2015
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