SOME ENGLISH IDIOMS (LOW B2)

  • WHAT DO ALL THESE IDIOMS HAVE IN COMMON?

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IMAGINE THIS SITUATION:

“I went to ROME  last year and was talking to someone about it.”

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A. This isn´t  the first time I’ve been to Rome.

B. That wasn´t  the first time I’d been to Rome.

WHICH SENTENCE IN CORRECT?

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Posted on February 16, 2016, in WORDS, DON´T COME EASY! (VOCABULARY) and tagged . Bookmark the permalink. 6 Comments.

  1. I’m not sure, but I’ll bet on the first one.
    I think the clue is “the first time”. We must use Present Perfect when we are talking about a recent event.

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  2. I would bet for the one too.

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  3. I think two tenses are right

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  4. I think like Ana, the first one because we have to use present Perfect when we are talking about a something recent.

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  5. In my view, the correct sentence is the second one, because it refers a past action.

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  6. In my opinion the second, because you are talking about a past action.

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