Hi Yan, It´s more than a pleasure to have you as my friend. Welcome. Join us! And if, I can be of any help, please let me know. By the way, have you already experienced something like I did? I mean, have you lived overseas already? See you and a great night to you
Hi Yan, good morning...Today is Sunday, day to be with family and as it is the last Junina´s party, me and my family will have a different Sunday lunch. Kind of Cairipra lunch ... lol, have you heard about something like that? Neither do I...lol...kisses and a great Sunday for you and your closest ones.
Yan, the weekend was great. Its been a long time since I remember of laughing so much with my sisters and mom. After lunch we decided to see old pictures from the family and we enjoyed a lot. I love to see old pictures, photos and you? Do you also enjoy it?
Today is Monday, the week is just at its beginning so I hope you have a great week and that we can share many nice things during these days. See You!!! Kisses and Hugs
How have you been?
Thank you for you have accepted my invitation. I’m happy for having you as my friend. Yan, tell me about yourself. So, I can to know you better, before let me introduce myself. My name is Mirelly, I have 23 years old and I’m married.
Yan, Hi. It´s great to hear from you. I hope I can help you.
These words (Miss/lose) have many differences in meaning. You need to look at them in a good dictionary to get complete information. If you didn´t get it, please let me know and I will check another possibility.
If you lose a soccer game, it means you are not on the winning team.
if you miss a soccer game, it means you wanted to attend but you couldn't.
You can easily lose (= place where one cannot find it again) something without missing (= feeling or suffering from the lack of) it.
You can't lose a target (except from your sight, or if you carry it), but you can miss it ...
To lose or to miss? Diferenças (in Portuguese for you to understand better)
To lose or to miss
1. To lose (p. pp. lost):
a. perder ( o que já se tinha) -
oposto de find (achar, encontrar)
b. perder ( ser derrotado) -
oposto de win (vencer)
2. To miss ( p. e pp. missed):
a. perder ( algo que nem se chega a ter: uma aula, um ônibus, um bom filme, uma oportunidade, etc.)
b. errar, não acertar ( a bola, o alvo, etc.) - oposto de
c. sentir falta de, ter saudade de (um amigo, a pessoa amada, etc.)
Sorry, I’m disappeared, because in my town is cold and I’m sleeping a lot …rs..rs …..
Well, I have doubt in English, but everyday I study, but I feel lack to talk with people. Sometimes I stay insecure but I think that this is normal. The most important is learning. Correct me, please, ok.
Thank for your help.