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I go to the pub to drink. Vado al parco per pensare. I go to the park to think. Vado in centro per lavorare. I go to the centre to work. Vado a scuola per imparare. I go to school to learn. FOR FOR + sostantivo = SCOPO (vado al pub allo scopo di trovare tranquillità) Vado al pub per tranquillità. I go to the pub for tranquility. Vado al parco per pranzo. I go to the park for lunch. Vado al negozio per cibo. I go to the shop for food. Vado a Londra per una vacanza. I go to London for a holiday. church peace clothes holiday clean bank jungle chiesa pace vestiti vacanza pulito banca giungla VERBS to paint to relax to wash to learn to explore dipingere rilassarsi lavare imparare esplorare | PREPOSIZIONI STEP 1 | 41 PREPOSIZIONI Adesso completa le frasi che trovi nell’esercizio seguente, mettendo for o to.
La FORMA NEGATIVA è così strutturata: soggetto (pronome dimostrativo) + verbo + not + complemento This is not my cat. Questo non è il mio gatto. sweet cup jacket caramella tazza giacca Indovina? Cosa devi fare ora, utilizzando queste nuove parole e gli aggettivi e i pronomi dimostrativi? Bravo! Traduci… ESERCIZIO n. 13 1. Quelle caramelle sono tue. 2. Queste tazze sono grandi. 3. Quell’uomo è simpatico. 4. Questo bar è brutto. 5. Quel bar è bello. 6. Quegli uomini sono onesti. 7. Questi bambini sono veloci.
How much are these ﬂowers? Quanto costano questi ﬁori? Guarda gli esempi di seguito, e presta attenzione a come si chiede “quanto” nel caso ci si riferisca a sostantivi numerabili e non numerabili: Granny: Would you like a cup of tea? Grandson: Yes, please. Granny: How much sugar would you like? Grandson: A little. Granny: How much milk? Grandson: How much have you got? Granny: I haven’t got much. How many biscuits would you like with your tea? Grandson: How many biscuits are there? Granny: Not many.
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