Valentine Cards: What to Write in a Valentine’s Day? A2 level FRASES PARA SAN VALENTÍN Para que te prepares muy bien para expresar tu amor en inglés o simplemente para desear feliz San Valentín en inglés aquí te dejamos unas frases útiles. Frases para expresar el amor Happy Valentine’s day sweetie, you are my eternal love. (Feliz día de San Valentín cariño, eres mi amor eterno). I am thankful because I have you in my life. (Me siento agradecido porque te tengo en mi vida). Frases para invitar a alguien a salir What are you doing tomorrow evening? (¿Qué harás mañana por la noche?) Would you like to go out to dinner with me? (¿Te gustaría salir conmigo a cenar?) Frases útiles si quieres enviar flores o un detalle I would like to order a bouquet of red roses. (Me gustaría ordenar un ramo de rosas rojas). Could you please add a teddy bear? (¿Podría agregar un osito de peluche, por favor?) B1+ level For Your Sweetie “Happy Valentine’s Day, Gorgeous.” “Wishing the sweetest, happiest day to my forever Valentine.” “Tonight is all ours. I can’t wait to celebrate with you.” “Especially today, I hope you feel how much I love you and how grateful I am to have you in my life.” “You take my breath away. Always.” “You have no idea how sexy you are.” “I couldn’t ask for a more wonderful [husband] than you.” “My heart is all yours.” “Thanks for being you and for being mine.” “I love all the adventures we have together.” “This will definitely be a kids-in-bed-early kind of night. XOXOXO” “God is good. I know because he...
We use the past simple to describe completed actions in the past.
We often use past time expressions with the past simple, e.g. yesterday, last week, when I was a child.
I arrived home yesterday.
I bought a new car last month.
I often visited my grandparents when I was a child.
I sometimes went to the theatre when I lived in Mexico City.
I liked sweets a lot when I was at primary school.
I had a lot of friends at university.
Regular and irregular verbs
Past simple verbs are the same for all persons: I / you / we / they / he / she / it.
I worked. She worked. They worked.
You went. He went. We went.
Some verbs are regular. We add -ed to make the past simple:
work ➔ worked
help ➔ helped
Some verbs are irregular and you will need to learn their past forms:
meet ➔ met
buy ➔ bought
|most verbs ➔ add -ed||start ➔ started
watch ➔ watched
|verb ends in -e ➔ add -d||live ➔ lived
die ➔ died
|verb ends in consonant + -y ➔ change -y to -i then add -ed||try ➔ tried
cry ➔ cried
|verb ends in one vowel (a, e, i, o, u) and one consonant (g, n, t, etc.) ➔ double the consonant and add -ed||stop ➔ stopped
plan ➔ planned
|never double the consonants w, x or y ➔ add -ed only||show ➔ showed
play ➔ played