In the middle of the countryside? Or in the isolated countryside? In Spanish we say: He lives "in the middle of the countryside.', Meaning someone lives far from the town, quite isolated . I don't think it would be correct in English.so, how would you express it? Thank you
Feb 24, 2017 11:44 PM
Answers · 2
Hello, He lives in the middle of the countryside - sounds fine to me. You could also say: He lives in the countryside, isolated from the rest of the world. or just plainly He lives in the countryside. Good luck with your studying !
February 25, 2017
I think that he "He lives out off the beaten track" would be a quite accurate translation, but I am not sure since I'm Spanish as well :)
February 24, 2017
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