Eu não me conformo que a Seleção perdeu assim…

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Eu não me conformo que a Seleção perdeu assim…

Brazil did a great job hosting the World Cup, but the Brazilian team’s performance was a real let-down! I still can’t get over the way Brazil lost to Germany in the semi-finals! Read the rest of this entry »

Termos e expressões do futebol em inglês em um contexto autêntico

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An American’s first soccer game EVER! [Phrasal Verb: Take To (Something/Someone)]

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An American’s first soccer game EVER! [Phrasal Verb: Take To (Something/Someone)]

This week, Rush Limbaugh, the radio talk-show host I like to listen to, watched his first soccer match ever- U.S. vs Portugal in the World Cup! He really enjoyed the sport. During his program, he commented on it this way:

Esta semana, Rush Limbaugh, o comentarista de radio que eu gosto de ouvir, assistiu ao seu primeiro jogo de futebol em toda a sua vida - E.U.A. vs Portugal na Copa do Mundo! Ele gostou bastante do esporte. Durante seu programa, ele comentou sobre isso assim: Read the rest of this entry »

História “Um Jogo de Futebol Muito Tenso” [Termos e expressões em inglês para falar sobre futebol]

História “Um Jogo de Futebol Muito Tenso” [Termos e expressões em inglês para falar sobre futebol]

A Copa do Mundo 2014, sediada pelo Brasil, se inicia hoje; e na terça-feira, dia 17 de julho de 2014, lançaremos nossa história especial:

Tim and Tammy Teach
Soccer Terms and Expressions.
Story: "A Nerve-Racking Soccer Match" Read the rest of this entry »

Dois Phrasal Verbs pelo “Mestre do Suspense”

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Dois Phrasal Verbs pelo “Mestre do Suspense”

My student was watching the movie Hitchcock, a movie about the filming of the famous horror-thriller Psycho. In this movie, the director Alfred Hitchcock, "The Master of Suspense", came to the realization that his wife was essential to his success. He was failing and could not make the movie successfully without her help. Read the rest of this entry »