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Futuro y condicional

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    Futuro (formas)

    Práctica 60A (§60)

    Traducción al inglés
    em>1) I think she'll have interesting things to say. 2) I know they will find happiness some day. 3) I promise I will tell the truth in the trial. 4) Some people won't accept the truth. 5) The doorman will surely inform us if someone comes. 6) There won't be (any) classes tomorrow because it's a holiday. 7) I'm sure you will do what I advised you to do when you understand it's the right thing. 8) Don't buy such a large sofa: it won't fit in the living room. 9) Please wait for a little while. Doctor Núñez will go out in a minute to talk with you.

    Condicional (formas)

    Práctica 60B (§60)

    Traducción al inglés
    1) How would you improve the educational system? 2) How would you support art and creativity? 3) In which ways would you prevent crime? 4) In what manner would you communicate with youth? 5) What would you do about illiteracy? 6) What would you have as a priority for your government? 7) Do you think that you would be able to foment social inclusion? 8) Do you think it would be worth it to invest in the arts?

    Futuro (usos)

    Práctica 60C (§60)

    Traducción al inglés
    1) They don't think she'll have interesting things to say. I think she will (have them). 2) I hope they find happiness some day. Oh, I know they will (find it) some day. 3) I want you to tell me what I should do. Yes, I promise I will (tell it to you). 4) I will have juice in case they don't want beer. Some won't (want beer). 5) I'll buy you an ice cream so that you don't get sad. Oh, I'll get happy! 6) There won't be (a) class tomorrow unless there are enough students. 7) I'm not sure she will do what I advised her (to do), but actually she'll do whatever she considers appropriate.

    Condicional (usos)

    Práctica 60D (§60)

    Traducción al inglés
    1) Manuel didn't come to work yesterday, do you know why? I don't know, perhaps he was sick. 2) The lawyer said she would communicate with us when she had an answer. 3) I think it would be wonderful to learn how to quiet the mind. 4) What would you tell someone who's in love with you? 5) The poor Senator would go crazy with those ideas of yours. 6) Good afternoon, could you tell me how to get to the train station? 7) Welcome! What would you like to drink? Thanks, we'd like two orange juices, please.

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