Daily Translation Elementary ~ Answers


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1) “You’re very busy. How can I help you?”

2) “Can you switch the light on, please? It’s dark in here.”

3) “Mario can speak English very well.”

4) “I like Lucy’s paintings very much.”

5) “Clare’s sister never arrives on time.”

6) “How are you going to travel, by plane or by train?”

7) “Don’t buy any fruit. We’ve got some oranges.”

8) “Bob doesn’t usually get up so early. It’s still dark.”

9) “Jane didn’t want her parents to know.”

10) “Have you got any Russian stamps in your collection?”

11) “Unfortunately the plane didn’t take off on time.”

12) “We don’t often see rabbits in this part of the wood.”

13) “The thieves took everything except the furniture.”

14) “Clare’s house hasn’t got a second bathroom.”

15) “Did Bob find the right house in the end?”

16) “I saw a lot of my old schoolfriends yesterday evening.”

17) “I like living here. There are lots of things to do.”

18) “I’d like to know more about this town.”

19) “How many people are there in Tom’s family?”

20) “Is this the best (that) you can do?”

21) “I’m afraid it’s the sharpest knife we’ve got.”

22) “Clare kept all her keys in a drawer in the kitchen.”

23) “I can’t switch the computer on. Is it broken?”

24) “Have we still got any of those long white envelopes?”

25) “Bob is on holiday at the moment. Can I help you?”

26) “Where are you taking that printer? Tom wants it here.”

27) “How did you find the right house without Neil’s map?”

28) “He doesn’t often talk about his experiences during the war.”

29) “I’m going to buy some flowers for the sitting room this morning.”

30) “How often do you do these exercises?” “Three times a week.”

31) “Tom has got a lot of work to do this afternoon.”

32) “How does this radio work? I can’t find the switch.”

33) “What are they talking about? I can’t hear anything.”

34) “How many people can sit around this table?”

35) “Ask that policeman over there, in front of the bookshop.”

36) “Don’t follow them, they don’t know where they’re going.”

37) “Lucy’s mother hardly ever uses this house in the winter.”

38) “Do they ever take their children to the sea in the summer?”

39) “Bob always puts some pieces of apple in his salads.”

40) “Neil put a lot of money into Tom’s project.”

41) “In the middle of the table there were some long white flowers.”

42) “Under the old wool (woollen) blanket we found three black kittens.”



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  1. Se vuoi controllare una versione diversa da quelle offerte qui sopra o se hai qualche perplessità riguardo una regola o un modo di dire, lasciate un commento qui e risponderò al più presto.

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