He has never eaten Indian food Its the first time he has eaten Indian food It is two weeks since I last saw Paul= I havent seen Paul for two weeks= The last time I saw Paul was two weeks ago= When did you see last Paul?= How long ago did you see Paul?
MOLTO A LOTS OF PLENTY OF CON TUTTI I SOSTANTIVI PLURALI E E SINGOLARI LOTS OF MONEY = PLENTY OF MONEY A GREAT DEAL OF – CON SOSTANTIVI SINGOLARI NON NUMERABILI A GREAT DEAL OF MONEY = PLENTY OF MONEY = LOTS OF MONEY A LARGE NUMBER OF – CON SOSTANTIVI PLURALI A LOTS OF = PLENTY OF= A LARGE NUMBER OF
POCO A BIT OF= A LITTLE OF ONLY A FEW= NOT MANY VERY FEW= NOT MANY ABBASTANZA/TROPPO ENOUGH / TOO ITS TOO COLD FOR A WALK= IT ISNT WARM ENOUGH FOR A WALK THERE IS /IT HAS THERE WAS /THERE HAD
WHOSE..? BELONG TO /OWNER SUCH A+ ADJECTIVE+NOUN= SO + ADJECTIVE Hes such a nice boy= He so nice!
IMPERATIVO LETS= WHAT/HOW ABOUT+ING FORM WHY DONT WE INFINITO SENZA TO WHY NOT INFINITO SENZA TO
Obbligo /Necessità To be compelled +infinito con to To be obliged+ infinito con to She didnt work so accurately so she was compelled/obliged to resign
Mustnt It is forbidden It is prohibited It is not permitted Am/ is/are not allowed Cant
Dont Doesnt have to It is not necessary (for you,him..) to You neednt
MODALI To be capable of ing To know how To manage to To succeed ing Luckily Mark was able to get the work done in time Luckily Mark succeeded in getting the work in time Luckily Mark managed to stop before they crashed into each other
Permesso To allow+complemento oggetto+infinito Con to I wont allow john to use my car To permit+complemento oggetto+infinito They wont permit John to use their car To let +compl.oggetto + infinito senza to Let her use her car