Yes, I am late. I don't have any excuse, moreover I am not going to apologize about it.
No, it's serious. I don't want to bind the time. Human should be more freely. I have read Rousseau's book last night. We must go back to nature right now. You just don't recognize how unnatural life we have.
No, it's serious. I don't want to be bounded by time. Humans should be more free. I read Rousseau's book last night. We must go back to nature right now. You just don't recognize how unnatural a life we have.
1.1. Or perhaps you mean 'mind the time.'
2. Use plurals when referring to more than one person or thing.
3. Use an adjective to describe a noun.
4. We use the past simple to talk about definite time in the past -completed/finished actions- (often we specify when something happened, e.g. yesterday, three weeks ago, last year, when I was young).
5. Use 'a/an' before a singular countable noun.
Apparently, your perspective is completely bad effected from modern society. You know, our job is not important, moreover bullshit. Our job only makes capitalist richer. After industrial revolution, human being is robbed. We have to regain it. Don't you agree with me?
Apparently, your perspective is completely affected by modern society. You know, our job is not important, moreover, bullshit. Our job only makes capitalists richer. After the Industrial Revolution, human beings were robbed. We have to regain it. Don't you agree with me?
1.1. If something is done 'by' a person or thing, that person or thing does it.
2, 5. Use plurals when referring to more than one person or thing.
3. Use 'the' in sentences or clauses where you define or identify a particular person or object.
4. Always capitalize proper nouns.
6. Unclear what you mean by 'it'. A pronoun an only be used once you have stated the noun you are referring to.
I'm sorry to hear that. I don't pursued you anymore. Our vision gap is too deep to agree. You are really poor person. (Strip my suits, then I am in mine underwear). I am going to go back forest. Forest is our fundamental womb. I will be literally nakid. I am so thrilled, right?
I'm sorry to hear that. I won't try to persuade you anymore. Our vision gap is too deep to agree. You are a really poor person. (Strip my suits, then I am in my underwear). I am going to go back to the forest. The forest is our fundamental womb. I will be literally naked. I am so thrilled, right?
2. If you 'persuade' someone that something is true, you say things that eventually make them believe that it is true.
3. Use 'a/an' before a singular countable noun.
4. A speaker or writer uses 'my' to indicate that something belongs or relates to himself or herself.
4.1. 'My' is used before a noun. 'Mine' is used instead of a noun.
5. [go back TO a place]
6. Use 'the' to refer to something which has already been mentioned.
7. Misspelled 'naked.'
You will know I am right shortly. By the way, when have we farewell party for me? As you may know, I only accept organic restaurant. Please be careful about GMO foods and so on.
- terrible stomach ache（ひどい胃痛）
- try not to have any accidents（事故にならないように）
- Without telling me（私に言うことなく）
- waste your time（あなたの時間を無駄にする）
- Beyond your control （あなたのコントロール（管理）を越えて）
- Didn't you say that it would start at nine thirty?（9時半に始まると言われませんでしたか？）
- Please try not to take too long.（長くかかりすぎないようにして下さい。）
- if that's the case（もしそうなら、だとしたら）
- Even though you came a bit later than expected,（たとえあなたが予想より少し遅くに来たとしても、 ）
- It's my fault.（それは私のせいです。）
- I will try not to be late next time.（次回は遅れないようにします）
- You should have called us before the meeting to let us know that you would be late.（会議が始まる前に、あなたが遅れるであろうと我々に連絡するべきでした。）
- The call was from the client.（その電話はお客様からのものでした。）