Clou
Hi everybody! I'm from Bolivia. Bolivia is a place beautiful, very diverse. Recently we had elections, the people don't want a change. Have you been in Bolivia?
Oct 23, 2020 3:14 AM
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Hi everybody! I'm from Bolivia. Bolivia is a place beautiful, very diverse. Recently we had elections, the people don't want a change. Have you been in Bolivia?
Hi! We would say in English that we "held an election or we held elections." If said in singular form we use "an". If the word is said in the plural form we do not use an article. To hold an election or to hold elections. You can see another example with, "I take a class" or "I am taking classes." And we would say "Have you ever been to Bolivia?" Or "Have you ever visited Bolivia?" The word "in" is used in this way: "I was in Bolivia when the elections were held." Or "I was in the forest when the storm came" and we use "to" in phrases like: "we will go to Bolivia soon or we will go to the forest tomorrow" I have never visited Bolivia but I would like to visit some day!
October 23, 2020
Hi everybody! I'm from Bolivia. Bolivia is a very diverse beautiful place. Recently we had the elections, people don't want to change. Have you (ever) been to Bolivia?
No, I've never been to Bolivia! What are the most important things to see in your country?
October 23, 2020
Hi everybody! I'm from Bolivia. Bolivia is a place beautiful, very diverse. Recently we had elections, the people don't want a change. Have you been in Bolivia?
Hi Clou, we would say 'Bolivia is a very beautiful and diverse place'. Also we would ask 'have you been TO Bolivia?' And yes, I have been to Bolivia and I agree, it IS a very beautiful and diverse place!
October 24, 2020
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Clou
Language Skills
English, Spanish
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English