Hello to everybody! How is it going?. First of all, thanks to everyone for helping me with my English. Thanks indeed!. And now, one question again:
1.- I wanna say that "wages were poor and now they are too".
Would it be like this?
a.- Wages were peanuts and they still are the same.
b.- Wages were peanuts and they are still (But I need
Any of these sentences is right?
Maybe there´s a way in English to say that expression:
I mean, more or less as I tried to say in the sentence before, that something, for instance, happened but it´s
still happening at present, it was but it is now as well...
2.- Well, this is really methaporical. "My heart lives "in" yours".
But I wanna know if I used the correct preposition.
Thanks in advance!
Wages were peanuts and they still are.