Inglés, tercera persona
Mi nivel de ingles no es malo del todo, y se que la duda que tengo es super fácil, pues no se hacerlo, no lo entiendo ja ja. Tengo que escribir este texto en tercera persona.
Por ejemplo la frase we live in England no se como seria. Con que me empieces un poquillo tengo suficiente. Gracias!
Every four Wednesdays, for most of the year, I take a night train to London with my wife, Nancy. It is a very exciting occasion for the two of us. We live in England, in a very small village on the island of Anglesey, called Menai Bridge. When we go across the bridge, we are in the North West of Wales. We work at home, my wife writes children’s books and I translate books from Spanish. It is a very quiet life. The excitement starts the day before our departure, when we go to the railway station to get our tickets. We buy two tickets in a two-berth sleeper cabin. All our friends think we are very extravagant. It is an expensive trip and we get on the train after midnight. Nancy always takes the upper berth and I sleep on the lower one. It takes only five hours to get to Euston Station in London and, after that, passengers can continué sleeping until eight o’clock. We love hearing from our berths the sound of other passengers getting off the train and walking along the platform. At eight o’clock we are ready to leave the station. We visit art galleries and museums, see our friends, eat at wonderful restaurants, go shopping, and, in the evening, go to the cinema or a concert or a theatre play. We spend that night (and sometimes even two nights) at my wife’s parents’, and we always go back to Anglesey on a day train