Mar 27, 2019
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Notice the different word order! In Spanish ‘de repente’ goes after the verb. I…

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⚠️ Discover the completely different phrase order!
In Spanish ‘de repente’ goes after the verb. In English ‘instantly’ goes earlier than the verb.
This rule is true for all adverbs.

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Comments to Notice the different word order! In Spanish ‘de repente’ goes after the verb. I…

  • Como se diria en ingles “muy encima de”? Por ejemplo, la reunion fue agendada muy encima de la cena, por lo que no alcanzamos a cenar. (un evento esta muy cerca de otro y normalmente significa que no se pueden hacer ambos o asistir a ambos)

    sopaipaconpebre______ March 27, 2019 6:47 pm Reply
  • @lucasz______ We would say ‘immediately after/before’ or ‘back to back with’.
    For example, ‘the meeting was scheduled immediately before the dinner’ or ‘the meeting was scheduled back to back with the dinner’.
    People in offices often talk about having ‘back to back meetings’.

    spanish_english_rosie March 27, 2019 7:41 pm Reply

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