- At the first day, he was absent from Berlin, then I looked around Berlin by myself.
- The first day, he was away from Berlin; so, I toured Berlin by myself.
- In cases where you have two complete ideas with a connection to each other we would normally use this rule: main clause + ; + conjunctive adverb + , + main clause This is hard even for those native to English to remember.
Jul 16, 2014 03:01 Three days in Berlin (1)
- They spend their time in the first house in a city and stay at their дача which is usualy locate in suburban or country-side on weekend.
- They spend their time in their first primary house in a the city.On the weekends,they stay at their дача , which is usualy usually located in suburban areas or the country-side. on weekend.
- Describing the time of the event at the beginning of a sentence usually allows it to flow better. (On the weekends...) Don't forget to split sentences up. Try reading them out aloud. If you need to take a long breath in between , then the sentence is probably too long.
Jul 11, 2014 05:52 Without common language