Marcello ha chiesto in Società e cultureLingue · 4 mesi fa

buongiorno potete vedere se sono giusti con il comparativo e superlativo ?

1 The faster you drive the MORE petrol you use.

2 I’m feeling more and MORE worried about the exam next week.

3 Rob speaks French better than I DO.

4 We did the MOST we could, but the other team won.

5 Life here is more difficult THAN I expected.

6 We’d never had such a long holiday THAN that one.

7 The more I read this chapter, the MORE I understand. It’s impossible.

8 The rain is getting worse and WORSE . Let’s go home.

Aggiornamento:

1 WAS you ALLOWED TO to take mobile phones into the classroom?

2 When I was a child and we lived in France I WAS ABLE TO speak French, but I AM NOT ABLE now.

3 You WERE ABLE TO read until you were six years old.

4 I’m sorry but I CAN’T to come to volleyball practice tomorrow.

5 Tom COULDN’T to leave work early yesterday. His boss said they were too busy.

quest'altro dovrebbe essere giusto però non si sa mai, potete ricontrollarlo??

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  • Anonimo
    4 mesi fa

     

    1. The faster you drive, the MORE petrol you use. Corretto

    2. I’m feeling more and MORE worried about the exam next week. Corretto

    3. Rob speaks French better than I DO. Corretto

    4. We did the MOST we could, but the other team won.

    Corretto: We did the BEST we could, but the other team won.

    5. Life here is more difficult THAN I expected. Corretto

    6. We’d never had such a long holiday THAN that one.

    Corretto: We’d never had such a long holiday AS that one.

    O: We’d never had a longER holiday THAN that one.

    7. The more I read this chapter, the MORE I understand. It’s impossible.

    Corretto: The more I read this chapter, the LESS I understand. It’s impossible.

    8. The rain is getting worse and WORSE. Let’s go home. Corretto

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    1. WAS you ALLOWED TO to take mobile phones into the classroom?

    Corretto: WERE you ALLOWED TO to take mobile phones into the classroom?

    2. When I was a child and we lived in France I WAS ABLE TO speak French, but I AM NOT ABLE now.

    Corretto: When I was a child and we lived in France I COULD speak French, but I CAN'T now.

    3. You WERE ABLE TO read until you were six years old.

    Corretto: You COULDN'T read until you were six years old.

    4. I’m sorry but I CAN’T to come to volleyball practice tomorrow.

    Corretto: I’m sorry but I WON'T BE ABLE to come to volleyball practice tomorrow.

    5. Tom COULDN’T to leave work early yesterday. His boss said they were too busy.

    Corretto: Tom WASN'T ABLE to leave work early yesterday. His boss said they were too busy.

  • Anonimo
    4 mesi fa

    Bravo ora puoi parlare ingles con Matteuccio

  • Se sono tutti da completare col superlativo-comparativo, allora nella 3 non ne hai messo uno, dovrebbe essere "better than most", cioè parla il francese meglio di molti altri

    Nella 5 puoi evitare di mettere "I", diventa "more difficult than expected"

    Nella 7 Hai sbagliato il significato, è "LESS": più lo leggo e meno lo capisco, è impossibile

    Sulla 6 ho qualche dubbio

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