Correção das frases: This year I have new teacher

Avatar do usuário juevelin 25
Hi Guy,

Eu quero saber se escrevi corretamente as frases:

This year I have new teacher.
And I change the class because now the class is on Monday and Wednesday and the timetable change too.

Eu quis dizer Neste ano, eu tenho um professor novo. E eu mudei de turma pois agora as minhas aulas são segunda-feira e quarta-feira e o horário também mudou.

Thanks in advance.

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Avatar do usuário Marcos 3345 4 17 71
Hey there,

I highlighted the mistakes and offered some other options:

This year I have a new teacher. And I changed the class (group?) because now the classes are on Monday and Wednesday and the timetable changed too.


Other ways to say the same thing:

- This year I have a new teacher. I changed my schedule so now the classes are on Mondays and Wednesdays. My classes are also on a different time.

- I have a new teacher this year. I've changed my whole schedule so my classes are on every Monday and Wednesday.

That's it.
See ya!


*I removed ''timetable'' since I'm not used to it.
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Avatar do usuário adriano78 980 1 19
Que tal assim:

I changed my class this year. So, I have a new teacher and now my classes are on mondays and on wednesdays at a new schedule.

Há algo de errado no texto que escrevi?
Avatar do usuário gabrielock 895 1 15
adriano78 escreveu:Que tal assim:

I changed my class this year. So, I have a new teacher and now my classes are on mondays and on wednesdays at a new schedule.

Há algo de errado no texto que escrevi?

Acho que usar "group" ou mesmo "classes day/course days" seria mais usual, talvez a "class" deixe um pouco vago.

On Mondays and Wednesdays (acho que o "on" antes do segundo nome não seja preciso)

Você poderia dizer: I switched/changed my course/class days. So, I've got a new schedule, in which my classes are now on Mondays and Wednesdays with a new teacher.

I've changed my class days/ group at my English course, so now I have classes on Mondays and Wednesdays with a new teacher.

Se tiver errado, perdão. Acho que os outros poderão corrigir
Avatar do usuário Ancrispa 2555 8 57
This year I have new teacher.
And I change the class because now the class is on Monday and Wednesday and the timetable change too.

Timetable and schedule mean the same thing: horário
Timetable - British English
Schedule - American English
http://dictionary.cambridge.org/pt/dici ... /timetable

My suggestion:
British English:
This year I’ve got a new teacher, and I’ve also changed my English classes timetable. So now my English classes are on Mondays and Wednesdays.
Or:
American English:
This year I have a new teacher, and I also changed my English classes schedule. So now my English classes are on Mondays and Wednesdays.
No need to use the present perfect simple here. Use schedule instead of timetable.
No need to use: have got. (quite British English)
Class: aula, horário
http://dictionary.cambridge.org/pt/dici ... gues/class

;)
Avatar do usuário LuanMR 110 1 1
This year I have a new teacher and I switched classes because now my class is Mondays and Wednesdays at X:XX.

Just remember one thing about the verb "to change", if you use it on this sentence, it'll basically say that the old class DOESN'T EXIST, rather than just referring to your going to a new one.

Your class happens EVERY week, therefore Mondays and Wednesdays rather than on Monday and Wednesday.

Also, if you're being specific about what days they are now, it'd only make sense for you to be specific about the time as well.