Lost in Translation • 4

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Author: Tony

Born and raised in Malaysia between Kuala Lumpur and Singapore. Educated at Wycliffe College in Stonehouse, Gloucestershire, England. Living in the foothills of Mount Etna since 1982 and teaching English at Catania University since 1987.

19 thoughts on “Lost in Translation • 4”

  1. 🙂 is that for me? ok:

    I found this wonderful old photograph in my aunt’s attic. “simple past!” 🙂


    1. Ahahah! Actually, I have had it ready for some time and I guess today’s little problem triggered it off and I thought maybe it was time to post it! I see you’ve learnt your lesson in any case! 😛


    2. …by the way …….I like this “lost in translation” a lot !!!! I winder if you could post one every day or at least one a week ….:) 🙂 you know it’s …nice to correct your mistakes !!lol it gives me lots of satisfaction!!! ah ah 🙂


    1. Very good, Giuseppe. Did you work it out by yourself or read the grammar notes? Either way, you’ve done a good job. 🙂


      1. ok! But the Present perfect is correct because it is not specified the time frame.


        1. That’s exactly the problem. The time frame is implicit in the location. Click the grammar link and have a look at the very last note…


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