Please put things like "ás vezes" meaning "sometimes" into the damn dictionary hints. Please.
Did it not accept "at times"? It's a bit literal, maybe, but it seems like they should accept it too.
'sometimes' between 'I' and 'run' should be accepted.
It didn't accept "I sometimes run...."
Why is "at times" wrong?
"At times..." should be accepted.
Can some one please help me understand this one? :(
on Tuesdays (plural) = naS terçaS-feiraS. So, it is sometimes part of his routine to run on that day. It is not every terça-feira that he runs.
That may be correct in Portuguese, but in English the singular is used. You would use the plural if it was every Wednesday.
In Australia I believe both usages are common
Why is there an accent on "As"
Because it is a contraction of "a as"