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Frases de canciones en ingles positivas

enero 9, 2023
Frases de canciones en ingles positivas

Make You Feel My Love (By Adele, translated into Spanish)

In her promotional video, Christina Perri sings the song while scenes from the film are shown, mainly from the wedding and honeymoon of the main characters. The video received mixed reviews from critics, who argued that the most important part of its content was the scenes from the film. Perri performed the song on numerous stages, such as on the promotional tour for the film Breaking Dawn – Part 1, called Breaking Dawn Cast & Concert Tour, and also on the UK shows of her international tour The Lovestrong Tour.[9][10] Perri said.

“I will never, ever forget the phone call they made to me. They said something like, you’ve been chosen to be on the soundtrack, you’ll be performing a single from the album. You’re also going to do a music video with scenes from the movie and you’ll be going on tour with the cast.”[15][15

The song’s clip received promotion from MTV AND VH1 channels, achieving MTV’s favorite status and reaching the VH1 channel’s Top 20 Video Countdown, thanks to its numerous on-screen plays. [77] The Jay Martin-directed video was also promoted by being included in the special edition DVD and Blu-ray compilation box sets of the film, Bella’s Wedding Dress released by US retailer Walmart on February 10, 2012 and specially distributed by the website;[78] in addition to the music video for Perri’s song, the video for the song “It Will Rain” by Bruno Mars was included in the compilation box sets.[79][80]

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Those who use them show a high level of English, their verbal communication is more like that of a native speaker, while those who “settle” for a “really?” at the end of the sentence give the impression of having a fairly “weak” level of English.

When we ask a rhetorical question, one that we do not expect an answer to, or we simply expect the other person to agree with what we say, the tone of voice of the question tag tends to drop (falling intonation).

We have already seen how QTs work with the verb ‘TO BE’ and with auxiliare, but in English, unfortunately, there are many more types of sentences that need their corresponding Question Tag.    Let’s start with a weird, weird one: the QT for “I am” is “aren’t I?” ?

*We sometimes use QT with imperatives (invitations, commands), but the sentence is still an imperative and does not require a direct response. We use ‘will’ for invitations. We use can, can’t, will, would for commands.

Don’t stop me now – Queen | English / Spanish Lyrics

When we use reported speech, we will take the verb tense of the original sentence and move it one verb tense backwards. Below is a table with the original verb tense and its corresponding verb tense in reported speech.

When we use reported speech to express a question, we also move the verb tense of the original sentence backwards as with statements, but the sentence loses the structure of a question and becomes the structure of a statement. The sentence in reported speech will be introduced by the verb ask.

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When we use reported speech to express a request, the verb of the sentence in reported speech will be in the infinitive preceded by the particle to, and will be introduced by the verb ask. For orders, the verb tell is used.  If the sentence is negative, we place the particle not before the to.

To introduce a sentence in reported speech, we do not only use the verbs ask, tell and say, we can also use other verbs (reporting verbs) and depending on them, the way of constructing the sentence will vary.

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