Maybe the turtle appeared at night ... with the keys!!!
Couldn't this also mean "she showed up at night?"
"She appeared in the evening." my answer should be correct?
Doesn't 'at night' , (as opposed to 'in the night') suggest a habit or repeated event? But then wouldn't the imperfect tense (which I haven't go to yet!) be appropriate?
Couldn't it be ''she turned up last night '' ?
The sentence doesn't tell you it was last night. If Paulo is happy with "She showed up at night", then "She turned up at night" should be OK though.
Why is this à and not na. I thought à was to the?
Prepositions can't be translated literally. Sometimes they differ.
How would you say "IT appeared at night"?