Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Ingles"

The meaning of "Ingles" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does "always" en ingles mean?
A: siempre
Q: What does "To" en ingles mean?
A: Creo es "a" en español
Q: What does did en ingles mean?
A: It is the past tense of do

Hacer en el pasado:
Hice, hiciste, hizo, hicimos, hicieron
Q: What does "feel" en ingles mean?

Example sentences using "Ingles"

Q: Please show me example sentences with En ingles ¿el objeto es el sujeto en la voz pasiva?.
A: You could look at it that way. But it's the same in Spanish, we just use it a lot more than you do. El edificio fue construido (or, el edificio se construyó) = The building was built.
Q: Please show me example sentences with no se ingles...como se dice,hola yo soy de argentina necesitó un pasaje a Brasil?.
A: hi, I'm from Argentina and I need to buy/get a ticket to Brazil

Synonyms of "Ingles" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between ingles (EEUU) and ingles (GB) ?
A: Both speak English.
America and Great Britain have different words for things though.

America: Fish and fries
Great Britain: Fish and chips.

They are both the same thing, but different words.

The way they pronounce words are also different. Britain has wider vowel that are drawn out. Americans tend to speak quickly, and have more diction in consonants.
Q: What is the difference between ingles norteamericano and ingles canadiense ?
A: Muy similar. En EEUU tiene diferentes dialectos regionales y también en Canadá. Pero cerca la frontera el inglés es similar. Si tu aprende "midwestern" ingles podrá hablar a los dos.
Q: What is the difference between ingles(EEUU) and ingles(GB) ?
A: American English is fast and loose. We like to create new words all the time. Everything goes with American English unlike British English which tries to reject these newfangled words of the American people! British English dialects are distinct according to class, but not American's dialect.
Q: What is the difference between ingles americano and ingles británico ?
A: El acento es muy diferente!!!
Q: What is the difference between since and for en ingles? ?
A: @Alexvelc:
For: A period of time (not defined): durante o desde hace
Since: date (defined): desde

Translations of "Ingles"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? en ingles "muchos de los estudiantes que acaban sus estudios tiene que ir al extranjero a trabajar"
A: many of the students who finish their studies have to go abroad to work
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? ingles
A: "Will someone practice with me? I need to practice my English."

I'll help
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? ingles
A: English 'ing-lish'
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? ingles
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? en ingles mi amiga estudia frances
A: My friend studies French.

Other questions about "Ingles"

Q: En ingles cuando queremos decir por ejemplo:
She went to school but she left her suitcase there because she was in a hurry.

Se puede omitir el sujeto "she" como en español para que no suene tan repetitivo?

Gracias de antemano
A: You could omit the second she
"She went to school but left her suitcase there because she was in a hurry."
Q: i want to improve my ingles
i need a partner
this is my whatsapp +51 991360126
please help me
A: Hola, si lo que buscas es practicar con alguien en cuanto a escritura, pronunciación, resolver dudas, etc. Cuenta conmigo
Q: No se ingles, me me encantaría aprender , qué tal está , lo más probable que mal lo sé :,( Does this sound natural?
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: él ingles un idioma básico algunos tips que me puedan dar gracias para estudiar mejor
A: Grammar!
Q: en ingles que se dice al saludar cuando llamas a alguien
A: "Hello" o a veces "Hi"

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