Daily Translation Elementary ~ Answers

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1) “Clare grew tomatoes on her balcony last year.”

2) “I can’t cut these carrots. Have you got a sharper knife?”

3) “Where did I put my sunglasses? I can’t find them.”

4) “We slept in a tent on the beach near the wood.”

5) “Can you tell us when the next train leaves for London”

6) “What are all those people doing in your neighbour’s garage?”

7) “Look, those kittens are looking for their mother but she’s not here.”

8) “Don’t listen to Tom. He’s lying. He always lies.”

9) “Be careful, there are often stray dogs in this part of the town.”

10) “What colour were the buttons on Jane’s jacket?”

11) “How much did all this food cost?”

12) “Was there any news about the missing tourists?”

13) “Did you enjoy (like) the evening or did you find it boring?”

14) “When are you going to tell the others?”

15) “Aunt Barbara is only going to stay with us for a week.”

16) “I’m going to hide Clare’s birthday present here until Sunday.”

17) “I’m not going to change anything. I like everything as it is.”

18) “I don’t usually take this road but it’s sometimes quicker.”

19) “How often does Clare have to take these pills?” “Twice a day.”

20) “How old is this house?” “It’s more than 300 years old.”

21) “How strange it was to see Tom again after all these years.”

22) “Go away and never come back here again!”

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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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