Daily Translation Intermediate ~ Answers

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Ecco le soluzioni. Se ti resta qualche dubbio o hai una versione alternativa o hai bisogno
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1) “It hasn’t been easy to get used to so many new codes and I’m still getting some wrong.”

2) “I’ve told him hundreds of times. Do you think he ever listens to me?”

3) “Clare has never found it very easy to talk about this kind of thing.”

4) “I wish he/she would stop looking at me like that.”

5) ” I found it quite strange to be (back) in the house of my childhood again.”

6) “All the ones that were signed yesterday must be sent today.”

7) “They hadn’t got used to the new timetable yet and (they) were often late.”

8) “His attitude made me really angry last night.”

9) “I’ll never come back here (again). I don’t understand why Clare likes it so much.”

10) “Don’t worry about the noise, you’ll get used to it sooner or later.”

11) “I thought I knew him, but I was clearly wrong.”

12) “He wanted each of us to look for the answer inside himself.”

13) It took a lot of courage to leave such a well paid job.”

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9 comments

  1. 1) what happened instead of what has happened is wrong?
    thanks in advance for your replay

    1. No, both are possible here.

      N.B. You should say: Is it wrong to say “what happened” instead of “what has happened”?

  2. Good afternoon prof
    With reference to sentence n. 2, could I translate the first part in this way?
    “I had been seeing (I had seen) nothing of Bob for long time and ……..”

    1. “I had seen nothing of Bob for a long time…” is perfectly acceptable but not the continuous version which we tend not to use in the negative duration form.

  3. 26) is today’s sentence and people will be offering their solutions during the day, as you can!
    I will post my preferred solution tomorrow morning.

    P.S. In general we don’t use the definite article with numbers.

  4. Se vuoi controllare una versione diversa da quelle offerte qui sopra o se hai qualche perplessità riguardo una regola o un modo di dire, lascia un commento qui sotto. Risponderò al più presto. 🙂

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