Master Translator • 14

Future: going to
• elementary •

(lezione)

  1. Il padre di Tom porterà i bambini al mare questo fine settimana.
  2. Jane non aiuterà loro di nuovo dopo quello che è successo ieri.
  3. Quando darai i biglietti a Bob?
  4. Vedrò cosa fanno gli altri prima di decidere.
  5. Non ci incontreremo solito posto questo giovedì.
  6. Dove costruiranno il nuovo posteggio?
  7. Lasceranno il loro cane con il nonno di Sarah.
  8. Non ti piacerà la loro decisione.
  9. Il padre di Ivan ci darà una mano in giardino?
  10. Mary cercherà di contattarli venerdì pomeriggio.
  11. Non ti preoccupare, non starò seduto qui tutto il giorno.
  12. Scriverai al direttore? No, lo chiamerò stasera.

Se vuoi un riscontro diretto, lascia le tue versioni nei commenti senza guardare le altre. Non tarderò a rispondere.

BUON LAVORO!

Puoi trovare altre traduzioni tematiche

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.

18 thoughts on “Master Translator • 14”

  1. • NON LEGGERE QUI SOTTO SE NON HAI ANCORA SVOLTO L’ESERCIZIO •
    È sempre possibile che ci siano delle buone versioni alternative.
    Per qualsiasi dubbio, non esitare di chiedere.

    1) Tom’s father is going to take the children to the sea/beach this weekend.
    2) Jane isn’t going to help them again after what happened yesterday.
    3) When are you going to give the tickets to Bob? (oppure: …….to give Bob the tickets?)
    4) I’m going to see what the others do before deciding. (oppure: …..before I decide.)
    5) We aren’t going to meet in/at the usual place this Thursday.
    6) Where are they going to build the new car park?
    7) They are going to leave their dog with Sarah’s grandfather.
    8) You aren’t going to like their decision.
    9) Is Ivan’s father going to give us a hand in the garden? (oppure: …..to help us…)
    10) Mary is going to try to contact them on Friday afternoon.
    11) Don’t worry, I’m not going to sit here all day.
    12) Are you going to write to the manager? No, I’m going to call him this evening.

  2. 1) This week end Tom’s father is going to take a children to the beach.
    2)Jane is not going to help them again, because of thefact was happening yestarday
    3)Before then I’m taking the decision, ‘ll see what the other are doing
    4)This thursday we aren’t going to metat the same place
    5)Where they are going to build the new parking?
    6)They are going to leave their dog with a Sara’s granpa.
    7)You are not going to like their decision
    8)Does Ivan’s father going to dhelp us in the garden?
    9)Mary are going to try to contact them on friday evening
    10)Don’t worry, I’m not going to seet here all day long.
    11)Are you going to write to the manager? No I’m going to call him tonight

      1. Hi Barbara.
        I’ve just posted my versions of these sentences so you can now compare them with yours. If you still have any doubts, don’t hesitate to contact me again.

  3. 1. This weekend Tom’s father is going to take the children to the sea.
    2. Jane’s father is not going to help them again after what happened yesterday.
    3. When are you going to give tickets to Bob?
    4. I’ll see what others are going to do before taking a decision.
    5. This Thursday we are not going to meet in the usual place.
    6. Where are they going to build the new car parking?
    7. They are going to leave their dog with Sarah’s grandfather.
    8. You won’t like the decision we are going to take.
    9. Ivan’s father is going to give us a hand/ help us in the garden?
    10. On Friday afternoon Mary is going to connect/get in touch with them.
    11. Don’t be worried/concerned / Don’t worry, I am not going to sit here all day long.
    12. Are you going to write the director? No, I am going to call him tonight.

    1. Well done, Dani. Just a few notes for your consideration:

      3) the tickets
      4) the others / making a decision
      6) car park
      8) You aren’t going to like their decision. (‘won’t’ ci starebbe anche: You won’t like…)
      9) perché hai messo il punto interrogativo? Entrambi le verisoni vanno bene.
      10) L’avverbio di tempo starebbe meglio alla fine
      11) Meglio, “Don’t worry”
      12) write to the director

      1. 4. I thought ” make a choice” and …I got confused🥴
        6 . I tried to guess😅
        8. Here I don’t see it as an intention!🤔
        9. Non lo so🤣
        10. Così sbaglio a metterlo sempre all’inizio. Ok.
        11. 👍 Great
        12. Accipicchia!

      2. al numero 9 il ? ci sta. Posso traudrre cosi? Does Ivan’s father going to help us in the garden?

  4. 1) Tom’s father is going to take the children to the sea.
    2) Jane isn’t going to help them again after what happened yesterday.
    3)When are you going to give Bob the tickets?
    4) I’ll see what the others are going to do before deciding.
    5) We aren’t going to meet each other at the same place next Thursday.
    6) Where are they going to build the new car park?
    7) They’re going to leave their dog with Sarah’s grandfather.
    8) You won’t like their decision.
    9) Is Ivan’s father going to give us a hand in the garden?
    10) Mary’s trying to contact themon Friday afternoon.
    11) Don’t worry, I’m not going to stay here sitting all day.
    12) Are you going to write to the manager? No, I’m going to call him this evening.

    1. Very good, Rachele. A few things to think about:

      5) ‘each other’ isn’t necessary: it’s implicit.
      8) ‘won’t works well here, but it is a ‘going to’ exercise.
      10) the ‘present continuous’ doesn’t work here. This is more of an intention than a ‘diary item’.
      11) ‘stay here sitting’ is ‘Italian’! Here all you need is the verb ‘sit’: ‘I’m not going to sit here all day’.

      🙂

  5. Jane non aiuterà loro di nuovo dopo quello che è successo ieri.
    Jane isn’t going to help then again after what happened yesterday

  6. Il padre di Tom porterà i bambini al mare questo fine settimana.
    Tom’s father is going to take the children at the beach this week-end

Partecipa anche tu!

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

%d bloggers like this: