¿Quieres enfatizar como los británicos?

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Aprender inglés de verdad sigue siendo para mucha gente el reto más importante, y para alcanzarlo, tenemos que utilizar el mismo lenguaje que los nativos. Si pensamos en cómo hemos utlizado palabras como “some” y “dead” hasta ahora, de manera instantánea estaremos pensando en “algunos” y “muerto”.

Para alguien que está aprendiendo inglés, es toda una satisfacción saber utilizar las mismas palabras que los nativos de esa lengua.

Para enfatizar como los anglosajones de manera coloquial, hay dos palabras que los británicos usan mucho: el adjetivo “some” y el adverbio “dead”. Hasta ahora, seguro que tirábamos de la lista de siempre y utilizábamos “very” o “really”.

Vamos a ver unos ejemplos con “some” y “dead”:

-Lionel Messi is some footballer. (a really/very good footballer)
-The exam was dead easy. (a very/really easy exam)
-That was some football match. (a very good football match)
-She is some teacher. Her explanations are dead good.
(a very good teacher and very good explanations)

En Touch English te queremos enseñar inglés en estado puro, por eso, enseñamos el verdadero inglés hablado por los anglosajones, como hemos visto en este artículo. Te estamos esperando en www.touchenglish.es con un método que es “dead easy” de seguir :)

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4 thoughts on “¿Quieres enfatizar como los británicos?

    • Christopher Duggan

      Hola Patricia.

      Para llegar hasta CAE LEVEL, tendrás que tener la base muy claro. Ya controlas los 5 ejemplos de “WILL”? Los preposiciones? Si quieres probar estos módulos ya mencionados, solo tienes que avisarnos a través de: info@touchenglish.es

      Saludos!

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