fernandocv50 points.. jajajajaja... good job !!

Lo has hecho muy bien.

Pero usar el google para las dos frases no me ha gustado mucho.. jajajajaja

Tienes razón con la explicación que das respecto a 'estar' y 'ser'. Pero por ejemplo 'estar' se puede usar para frases cuya acción no es real, por ejemplo: Me gustaría estar en Inglaterra. En este caso se refiere a una acción que aún no ha ocurrido y no es seguro que ocurra. Lo entiendes?

Vamos a seguir avanzando con nuevas frases por que no podemos hacer un dictado para saber tu pronunciación. Veamos las siguientes frases:

  • There were several faxes here this morning
  • There's been a misunderstanding
  • There would be fewer cases if were a vaccine
  • There must be a solution
  • There have to be at least three
  • There should be more chairs.


  • Ok these are the phrases... good luck and good bay

    you are my best student jejejejeje

    Thanks for the correctionEmotion: smileBut at this time I have to disappoint youEmotion: big smile These phrases above are too difficult for me, first I don't know these tenses and second I couldn't find anything on the net which has had explained the rules I only know how to say 'there is/there are' and 'there was/were - hay and hubo respectively. Could you please do me a favor and write me the phrases:

    there must be

    there should be

    there have to be

    there will be

    I know how to say 'I have to do', 'she must go', etc when 'should' and 'must' refer to persons. But when we use 'there' perhaps' it requires different rules, isn't it?

    P.S. As for conditionals, please let's try something easier at firstEmotion: phew

    By the way, do have to be and must be have almost the same meaning in Spanish as in English with only a slight difference?

Uppsss.. I'm sorry.. I thought your level was intermediate... so.... try with these:
  • This is my car
  • He is my teacher
  • They are my parents
  • It's a pencil
  • That's a plain
  • I am a doctor
  • There have to be three
  • There must be a solution
  • There should be more chairs
Have to and must be have the same meaning, you are right Emotion: smile

I would like you were here in Madrid, it's a shame.
fernandocvUppsss.. I'm sorry.. I thought your level was intermediate... so.. try with these:

  • This is my car
  • He is my teacher
  • They are my parents
  • It's a pencil
  • That's a plain
  • I am a doctor
  • There have to be three
  • There must be a solution
  • There should be more chairs


  • Have to and must be have the same meaning, you are right

    I would like you were here in Madrid, it's a shame.


    • Este es mi coche.

    • Él es mi profesor.

    • Ellos son mis padres.

    • Este es un lápiz. ( how do you say 'it is'? )

    • Soy médico.

    • Tiene que ser tres. ???

    • Tiene que haber una solución.???

    • Debe haber más sillas.???
    Thaaanks Emotion: smile

PERFECT!!

And your question: how do you say 'it is', puede ser:

it's a car = eso es un coche
it's a house = eso es una casa

Good Job.. so let my think more phrases Emotion: wink