Friday, November 21, 2014

Thursday, November 20, 2014

Will you marry me?

mar•ry /ˈmæri/ v.,  -ried, -ry•ing.
  1. [+ object]to take (someone) as a husband or wife:He married her when he was eighteen.
  2. [no object]to take a husband or wife; wed:In some countries girls can marry when they are fourteen.
  3. [+ object]to perform the marriage ceremony for (a couple):The priest married them in the old church.
  4. to arrange the marriage of:[+ object]He wanted to marry his daughter into a rich family.[+ off + object]They married off all their children.[+ object + off]married them off quickly.
Marry is not followed by any preposition. He married to/with Jane.

To get mar•ried /ˈmærid/ adj. 
  1. [no object] to get united in marriage  I got married in Florida.
  2. [+ object] ] to get united in marriage I got married to Jane

Do not use the preposition with. It is incorrect. He got married with Jane.

Monday, November 17, 2014

¿Qué será, será?

what will be, will be...
Do you still have problems with expressing the future in English???
Watch this classic song about the future and then read the summary.

This is a summary of the different ways of expressing the future in English. I hope you find it useful.

There are different ways of expressing the future in English: