Lucia Bermudez LucyB
I would love to work in a company in the US, If I talk more fluent in English or maybe If I'll live in the US.
Feb 21, 2021 4:38 PM
Corrections · 4
I would love to work for a company in the US. If I became more fluent in English, then maybe I could find a job in the US. OR with the 2nd sentence, was your intended meaning: If I lived in the US, I would become more fluent in English. Great job!
Feb 21, 2021 5:06 PM
I would love to work in a company in the US, If I talk more fluent in English or maybe If I'll live in the US. Not sure what the question was (that this is the response to), so it is difficult to correct this. I would love to work in a company in the USA. If I become more fluent in English, I might be able to get a job in an American company and live in the USA....?
Feb 21, 2021 4:43 PM
I would love to work in a company in the US, If I talk more fluent in English or maybe If I'll live in the US. More information about conditionals: https://www.ef.com/ca/english-resources/english-grammar/conditional/ If I spoke English fluently, I would work for a U.S. company. [type 2 conditional - unreal present or future situation] If I take English lessons for a few years, I will speak English fluently. [type 1 conditional - real present or future situation] If people take English lessons for a few years, they speak English fluently. [type 0 conditional - general truth] I recommend English Grammar in Use with answers by Raymond Murphy. It is an well-known grammar book which can be used for practice and for quick reference.
Feb 21, 2021 6:37 PM
I would love to work in a company in the US, If I talk more fluent in English or maybe If I'll live in the US. Thanks for your correction, I don't know as structure the sentences maybe 🙉🙈
Feb 21, 2021 4:53 PM
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Lucia Bermudez LucyB
Language Skills
English, Spanish
Learning Language
English