Recent content by jesusengland

  1. J

    [Grammar] "May / Could / Might / Would as well"

    Hello. What is the difference in meaning between these expressions? - May as well - Could as well - Might as well - Would as well I would be grateful for your help. Thanks.
  2. J

    on the trains / on the train / on trains / on train / by train

    Hello. What is the difference in meaning between these sentences? - We were going to be allowed to travel on the trains / on the train. - We were going to be allowed to travel on trains / on train. -We were going to be allowed to travel by train. Thanks.
  3. J

    Can see or See?

    Hello. I'm confusing with the use of the verb See in the Present Simple and in the Past Simple with the verb Can or without it. For example: - You see the house - You can see the house. - You saw the house - You could see the house. - I couldn't see it anywhere - I didn't see it...
  4. J

    What is the difference?

    Hello. What is the difference? - We are coming so (that) you won't have to work so hard / ...so (that) you don't have to work so hard. - He is going to Harvard so he will get a good job. / ...so he gets a good job. Thanks
  5. J

    Which is the correct form?

    Hello. Wich is the correct form? - Put this bit over here, so it fits into that hole/ ,so it will fit into that hole(?) Thanks.
  6. J

    ANOTHER and OTHER

    Hello. Which is the difference between OTHER and ANOTHER? Thanks. Jesus.
  7. J

    Next week, year, Sunday or THE Next week, year, Sunday?

    Hello. If we are now, for example, on Wednesday, and we want to refer to the following seven days (Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Thursday), it is correct to say: - (today is Wednesday) I will see you THE NEXT WEEK.(?) And if we are on Wednesday and we want to refer...
Top