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Surgoshan
  • Second the food, Im Vegetarian, so i had some problems to find food by myself without meat.
  • Second the food; I'm vegetarian, and I had some problems finding food without meat by myself.
  • "So" indica que há uma relação da causa e efeito entre as duas coisas. É melhor manter cerca as coisas que modificam uma palavra (neste caso, "without meat") e a palavras que se modifica ("food") se é possível.

Apr 9, 2017 00:55 Public 1, Have you travelled to a ...
Surgoshan
  • 1, Have you travelled to a far place?
  • 1. Have you traveled to a [far away]/[distant] place?
  • Não olvide a inversão dos pontos e as vírgulos para os números ingleses! :) E há um só 'l' em "traveled". Este final é uma questão de uso. Me parece muito estranho usar "far" aqui. É cultural, mas dizemos "far away" ou "distant". Em outros contextos, seria perfeitamente bom. "A far country", "the far future"... Eu não sei porque me parece tão estranho aqui.

Apr 9, 2017 00:55 Public 1, Have you travelled to a ...
MightgyG
  • Second the food, Im Vegetarian, so i had some problems to find food by myself without meat.
  • Secondly the food, I'm vegetarian, so I had some problems to finding food by myself without meat.
  • 'I'm' is short form of 'I am', you always need the apostrophe.

Apr 9, 2017 00:54 Public 1, Have you travelled to a ...
MightgyG
  • Yes, I had travelled to China once, I have been in Beijing, Shanghai, Xian and Shiyan.
  • Yes, I had travelled to China once, I have been in to Beijing, Shanghai, Xian and Shiyan.
  • you have been in these places, but we use to for this;

Apr 9, 2017 00:53 Public 1, Have you travelled to a ...
MightgyG
  • 1, Have you travelled to a far place?
  • 1, Have you travelled to a far away place?

Apr 9, 2017 00:53 Public 1, Have you travelled to a ...

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