[quote="rguimaraesc"]This is really much money! I could not imagine this big number in my bank account.
Well, let's dream a little! It's good for our ego!
For sure I would like to travel around the world for knowing places that I have never been. Even in Brazil there are a lot of places which I don't know. Our friend Marcio could join us into an excursion around the Northeastern coast of Brazil, what do you think Marcio? You are from this part of Brazil, so you would be a good guide for us!
And I really could not imagine me with much money like this without helping people. I think that I would hire a company to build some houses for those who doesn't have a decent place to live.
p.s.: About the vocabulary look up from Bill's suggestion I would like to share an opinion.
In my Monograph I had to learn these expressions "i.e" and "e.g". They are from Latin language and their meaning are:
i.e - id est
or in other words;
e.g. - exempli gratia
or for example.
Renato and everyone else,
Please compare my rewrite with your original and determine the reasoning for my changes. Then let me know if you need an explanation. An easy way to remember when to use i.e. and e.g. is " i.e. is i
n, and e.g is e
I surely would like to travel around the world and visiting places where I have never been to. Even in Brazil there are a lot of places that I have never visited. Our friend Marcio could join is for an excursion around the Northeastern coast of Brazil, what do you think Marcio? You are from this part of Brasil and would make a good guide!
I can not imagine myself with that much money without helping less fortunate people. I think I would hire a contractor to build some houses for those who are homeless and do not have a decent place to live.
P.S. About the vocabulary look up from Bills suggestion I would like to share some knowledge. In my monograph I had to learn the abreviations i.e. and e.g., they are from Latin and their meanings are i.e. - id est - or "in other words", and e.g. - exempli gratia - or "for example".
Over all pretty good Ranato, and thank you for your past questions and suggestions (corrections) for my posts.