1- He is lately for the meeting again…
Late e Lately parecem ser similares, mas não são…
The meeting was at 9 A.M. She arrived at 10:00 A.M. She was one hour late!!! (atrasada)
Mark has been working hard lately. He has a new business. (ultimamente)
He is late for the meeting again…
2- She has studying hard since May.
Ops… Didn’t you forget anything?
Olhe para a estrutura destes dois tempos verbais:
a) Present Perfect:
has/have + past participle (a nossa famosa “terceira coluna”) do verbo:
He has worked a lot.
They have played tennis for years.
b) Present Perfect Continuous/Progressive
has/have + been + verb with ING.
She has been studying hard since May.
They have been working here for 5 years.
3- I’d rather to learn Spanish to Japanese.
Two mistakes in a single sentence….
Quer expressar suas preferências? Look at the options:
I prefer to study Spanish to study Japanese.
I prefer studying Spanish to Japanese.
I prefer Spanish to Japanese.
I'd rather learn Spanish than Japanese.