Daily Translation Intermediate ~ Answers


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1) “There were a lot of people waiting for the office to open.”

2) “Why haven’t you done what I asked you to do? Do it now!”

3) “The lid hadn’t been put back on the jar.”

4) “All these books must be taken back to the library by Saturday.”

5) “There’s too much meat. These slices will have to be frozen for the next time.”

6) “There were so many people at the party and I hardly knew anybody.”

7) “I can hardly believe you’ve already finished everything.”

8) “How long do you think it will take to build the bridge?”

9) “Neil was looking forward to seeing his brother again after so many years.”

10) “You won’t believe it but it’s the first time I’ve come here.”

11) “It was difficult/hard to decide what the best thing to do was.”

12) “Where do you think you’re going with all that food? We ordered it.”

13) “He had already heard so many similar stories that he was beginning to believe them.”

14) “What did you do during the holidays? Did you have a good time?”

15) “I’ve seen so many horror films that they don’t frighten me anymore.”

16) “You’ve put too much salt in the soup and it isn’t thick enough.”

17) “Don’t ask me again. I’ll let you know as soon as they tell me.”

18) “Jane hadn’t even decided what to wear to/at Tom’s party.”

19) “Clare was almost certain that they had never met before.”

20) “I would have liked to be a fly on the wall during that meeting.”

21) “Bob couldn’t think of a good reason to invite them.”

22) “They haven’t had much success with this project so far.”

23) “I’ve been trying to get in touch with them since Thursday.”

24) “Something tells me (that) something’s going to happen tonight.”

25) “It has been such a lovely surprise to see you again after all these years.”

26) “I didn’t know anything about any of the topics that the prof had chosen.”

27) “It will never happen where I come from, I can assure you!”


One comment

  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, lascia un commento qui sotto. Risponderò al più presto. 🙂

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