''A bit of'' x ''Such a'': Como utilizar?

Rainsmew 10
Eu estou com sérios problemas em usar o a bit of e a such a.
Poderiam me dizer a diferença e como usar direito? ;)
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Henry Cunha 10190 3 16 182
O que é inglês e o que é português na sua pergunta? Acho que você deve elaborar algumas frases que demonstrem o problema. Facilitaria a resposta.

mlm 40
Hi Rainsmew!

1º A little, a bit and a little bit are often used as adverbs in colloquial British English with little or no difference in meaning. Compare the following:

You're driving too fast. Could you please drive a little (bit) more slowly?

It was a long journey and I was feeling a bit / a little (bit) tired.

Bit can also combine with of before nouns to suggest a limited amount of something. Compare the following:

Let me give you a bit of advice. Don't drive so fast in built-up areas.

I'm not very hungry after the journey. I'll just have a bit of bread and cheese.

I've got a bit of a problem. The car has overheated, so we'll have to wait for it to cool down


2º You can use "such" with an uncountable noun (and adjective) or with a plural countable noun (and adjective). You can use 'such a' or 'such an' with a singular countable noun (and adjective):

Such ideas are hard to understand.

It was such a long journey that it took a day to get over it.


I suggest you to read:

http://www.bbc.co.uk/worldservice/learn ... v203.shtml

HTH!