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

Example sentences using "Oraciones"

Q: Please show me example sentences with oraciones para enlazar frases en un speaking.
A: Here are a few. All of these have direct Spanish equivalents.

I don't like him EVEN THOUGH (aunque) he is very smart.
I don't like him IN SPITE OF THE FACT (a pesar de) that he is very smart.
I don't like him BUT (pero) I respect him.
I don't like him, SPECIFICALLY (en concreto) he is really loud.
I don't like him DESPITE HIS BEING (a pesar de) so handsome.
Q: Please show me example sentences with oraciones en ingles cotidianas
A: 2. I really appreciate…

You can also use this phrase to thank someone. For example, you might say:

I really appreciate your help.

Or you can combine #1 and #2:

Thanks so much for cooking dinner. I really appreciate it.

Thanks so much. I really appreciate you cooking dinner.

3. Excuse me.

When you need to get through but there’s someone blocking your way, say “Excuse me.”

You can also say this phrase to politely get someone’s attention. For example:

Excuse me sir, you dropped your wallet.

Excuse me, do you know what time it is?

4. I’m sorry.

Use this phrase to apologize, whether for something big or small. Use “for” to give more detail. For example:

I’m sorry for being so late.

I’m sorry for the mess. I wasn’t expecting anyone today.

You can use “really” to show you’re very sorry for something:

I’m really sorry I didn’t invite you to the party.

5. What do you think?

When you want to hear someone’s opinion on a topic, use this question.

I’m not sure if we should paint the room yellow or blue. What do you think?

6. How does that sound?

If you suggest an idea or plan, use this phrase to find out what others think.

We could have dinner at 6, and then go to a movie. How does that sound?

Let’s hire a band to play music, and Brent can photograph the event. How does that sound?

7. That sounds great.

If you like an idea, you can respond to #6 with this phrase. “Great” can be replaced with any synonym, such as “awesome,” “perfect,” “excellent” or “fantastic.”

A: My mom is baking cookies this afternoon. We could go to my house and eat some. How does that sound?
B: That sounds fantastic!

8. (Oh) never mind.

Let’s say someone doesn’t understand an idea you’re trying to explain. If you’ve explained it over and over and want to stop, just say “oh, never mind.” You can now talk about something else!

You can also use “never mind” to mean “it doesn’t matter” or “just forget it.” In these situations, say it with a smile and positive tone, though. Otherwise, when you say this phrase slowly with a falling low tone, it can mean you’re bothered or upset.

A: Are you going to the grocery store today?
B: No, I’m not. But why—do you need something?
A: Oh, never mind. It’s okay, I’ll go tomorrow.
Q: Please show me example sentences with oraciones con verbo to have.
A: I would like to have a car
-Me gustaría tener un carro

I’m going to have a baby boy.
- Voy a tener un niño.

You are lucky to have parents that love you.
- Tienes suerte en tener padres que te aman.
Q: Please show me example sentences with oraciones en ingles usando will y may.

A: -Will you go shopping today?
-No. But I may go to a restaurant.

- May I try some of your ice cream?
- Yes, you can. I will try some of your ice cream.
Q: Please show me example sentences with oraciones en inglés con el primer condicional de forma afirmativa negativa o en pregunta .
A: "if Karen drinks too much, she could end up in the hospital" suena más natural. :) buenos ejemplos de la condicional!

Synonyms of "Oraciones" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between on and in and en oraciones como: I stayed here on Saturday ?
A: @Emilia_Guerrero: on es arriba y in es adentro.
"The remote is on the table"
"The remote is in the drawer"
"on" tambien se puede usar como lo o los

Translations of "Oraciones"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? oraciones en pasado, presente y futuro
A: Sentences in the past, present, and future.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? oraciones como: "¿cómo se diría(...)?"
"yo iría(...)"

Sé que "me gustaría(...)" se dice: "I would like(...)" pero y las demás?
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Other questions about "Oraciones"

Q: Estás oraciones están bien?

My house is small
My dad is the tallest in my family
I am the oldest of my 2 brothers
My family is big.
A: sí, todas las oraciones están perfectas
Q: oraciones con should porfavor
A: se traduce como 'debería'

I should go to the gym but I don't feel like it. (debería ir)

She should be nicer to her husband. (debería ser o estar ... sigh)

They should have told me that. (debería haber dicho ... I think)

Should I die before you, I hope you marry again. (if/sí ... este uso es un poco inusual)

** edited a couple of things I got confused and maybe still am
Q: 10 oraciones con going to
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