Estos conectores normalmente introducen algo que ocurre siempre en una situación concreta.
Every time he uses swear words, he shows his rudeness.
siempre que dice palabrotas muestra su falta de educacion
Any time I go to a party, I bring a cake or some wine.
cada vez que voy a una fiesta llevo un queque o vino
[(pt swore) /swɔːʳ/
falta de educacion
every time/ any time
every time He talks about his weight, He gets upset.
any time You need some advice, Give me a call.
every time She invites me to dinner, I make an excuse.
Any time He has a lot of money, He spends it.
How are things? How’s your new job?
Just a quick line to say Gerry and I have just got
engaged and moved into a new flat, we are having a house warming party on
Saturday. Do you fancy coming? Don’t be late,
as it starts at 8 p.m
Hope to see you there,
PS Bring a bottle!
email rechazando invitacion
Thanks for your email. It's good to hear from you. Also thanks for the invitation to your party. I'm really sorry but I can't make it because it's my nephew's birthday . He lives in London so I'll be away all weekend . Again, thanks for the invitation.
See you soon,
consecuencia con so
Se usa so + subject + verb para expresar
consecuencia o resultado.
My sister’s wedding is next weekend so I won’t be
able to go to the match.
expresar causa con as/ because
Se usa as / because + subject + verb para expresar causa.
I won’t be able to go to the match next weekend as/ because it’s my sister’s wedding.