Is it spelled echo or fact? Done or echo? Is that done with h or without h? Take for granted or take for granted? Missed or missed? The verbs take and do can generate some confusion when writing certain expressions in Spanish. Contrary to popular belief, the use of each of the words has nothing to do with each other. And it is that while the verb take refers to the action of dismissing or clearing something from itself, the verb to do is related to the action of performing or carrying out an action, it is worth the redundancy. Let’s see the use of these two words in some of the most popular expressions on the Internet to clear any doubts with casting and doing, not ‘throwing’.
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When to use echo and done?
As we have just mentioned, the use of the verbs throw and do depends on the expression that we are going to use in the sentence. The most effective trick that we can resort to to know if its use is correct is replace conjugated verbs in expressions with the infinitive.
Missed the UAB🥺🤍 pic.twitter.com/vz9VubZoTT
– Redheaded Arnother (@Arnaunl) June 29, 2020
I miss my account😕
Help me with your RT so that my previous followers follow me around.
– OSCAR ➰ (@_OsqarMarquez) June 29, 2020
If we are going to use the expression echo I miss you ’, we will have to replace the conjugated verb, that is, echo, with its infinitive, throw. If we applied this same formula with the verb to do, the expression would be totally incorrect, since ‘to do less’ does not make any sense in Spanish. Needless to say, it has to the word ‘make’ does not exist in our language.
Is that done is with h or without h?
As it refers to an action that has already been performed, that is, done, the word is written with h, by not mentioning any act of throwing or dismissing some element from itself. That task that you propose to me is already done and finished.
Take for granted or take for granted?
Here the verb do acts as a nominal verb rather than a verb. To write the expression well we will have to temporarily substitute the word for a synonym of the noun made, such as act, action or work. Echo as a nominal verb does not exist, but refers to the first person of the present simple of the verb to cast. I put things in a bucket, but the fact is that it is still empty.
Example sentences with echo
- I miss you more and more, I hope you know.
- Mom, do I pour the hot water in the pasta or the other way around?
- Throwing the seeds in unworked soil will not bear fruit. That’s what my grandfather told me when he lived.
Examples of phrases with fact
- What done is done. And done, chest, as some wise man said.
- To validate a scientific theory, one must refer exclusively to the facts. Otherwise it would be pseudoscience.
- After the exam, all my worries disappear.
Examples of sentences with echo and fact
- If I put the macaroni in the pot at 12 I will have lunch done at 13.
- Don’t tell me “I miss you” if you haven’t listened to me throughout the quarantine.
- The fact is that throwing the balls out will eventually explode in your face. Or else you won’t see.
List of doubts to write well on the Internet
- To see, to have or to have?
- Has it been said, has it been said or is it said?
- So, so or so?
- Yes or no?
- Is there, is there, there or there?
- Why, why, why or why?
- Is there, there or ay?
- Go, fence, berry or balla?
- About everything or especially?