In English …
How many prepositions can be written together in a phrase (the phrase must be correct and have a meaning)?
In a listening exercise I heard: “more words for go in for on Twitter”. I know “go in for” is a phrsal verb but I do not understand well the meaning of the phrase. Can you explain it please? Four o more prepositions one after the other one are possible in a sentence?
While surfing the internet the other day, I came across several videos on YouTube which discussed the form of address (formal vs. informal) that should be used when ordering food in a restaurant and from a food truck. (The food truck was specific to Mexico but the restaurant location was more general — it was left open as to where in the world you were located. It could have been anywhere, in my opinion.)
I cannot believe that I am asking this after all the years that I have spent studying Spanish, but here goes!
What is the difference in aspect and or meaning between the following:
1. Hace mucho que no te veo.
Hace mucho que no te he visto.
2. Hace mucho que no te escribo.
Hace mucho que no te he escrito.