Inglês Todos os Dias #74: Acabou o papel! – Como dizer ‘terminar, acabar’ em inglês (parte 3)

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Inglês Todos os Dias #74: Acabou o papel! –  Como dizer ‘terminar, acabar’ em inglês (parte 3)

You are in the bathroom... happily reading a comic book [gibi]... when you look to the side... and you notice that... ACABOU O PAPEL! How would you say 'acabou o papel' in English? Let's talk about that in our mini-podcast today.


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Frases no mini podcast de hoje:

Today there isn't going to be a mini-podcast, because I am out of ideas. (Just kidding! 🙂 )

The paper finished.

I am finished. / I am done.

We are out of paper. Someone help me!

I am full of ideas for this mini-podcast.

We are out of sugar.

I was going to print out this lesson; but we are out of paper.

We are out of gas. / I am out of gas. / My car is out of gas.

I would go to the restaurant this evening; but I am out of money.

We are out of time.

But you have time to participate on our site!

Link do curso Inglês Todos os Dias ESPECIAL: Present Perfect em 14 Dias:




Agora vamos praticar (no setor de comentários abaixo)! Complete a frase:

I am out of ____________ .

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51 comments “Inglês Todos os Dias #74: Acabou o papel! – Como dizer ‘terminar, acabar’ em inglês (parte 3)”

I’m not out of money.

That’s great, Sandra! Can you give me some? 🙂

I am out of money!! D: rsrsrs

Aren’t we all?! 🙂

are you out of money?   I’m out of words.

I’m sure you will find something to say. 🙂

My friends always are out of money when we need to split the bill.

I know, Gabriela! Friends are like that! 🙂

Hi, Tim.
I am out of time, because I work a lot.

You’re telling me! [Eu que o diga! Sei como você se sente!] 🙂

Hi, Tim! Good evening!

And “the paper run out”? Can I say that?

Thanks a lot!
Have a nice holiday!

We’ll talk about that in the next podcast, Emerson.

Hi, Tim! 
Is correct to say I´m running out of sugar? And What´s the difference of just “out of”?

We’ll talk about that in the next podcast; ok?

I’m out of time to study english as I would like… but your mini podcats are helping me so much!

Thank you Tim!

It’s great to hear that, Jefferson! A little every day will go a long way – even when we’re out of time!

Today, when I was looking for pieces of chocolate at home, I notice that  I was out of chocolate.

Oh, no! I hate it when we’re out of chocolate! 🙂

I need to read two books a week, but I’m out of time. 🙁

Wow! Two books a week! That’s a lot! No wonder you are out of time! 🙂

I’m out of ideas too (just kidding).I have to finish some task at my house, but I’m out of time to do it.

I never have time to work around the house. haha

I am out of time to do all I want to do! 🙂

Is that right? I never know the difference between “do” and “make”!

That’s correct, Adriano! And I know how you feel! 🙂

I’m out of compliment for your podcast, Tim. Congrats!

Thank you, Alexander!

Can I not say , the toilet paper is over ? Thank you

No, Sa, you only use “over” for events with a specific amount of time – class, relationship, game, etc.

I’m out of ‘dimdim’, but I think I’ll buy the ‘Present Perfect em 14 dias”. It seems to be very special.

Great, Sylvio! I hope you enjoy the course!

Hi Tim,

Very nice explanation, thank you

Could we use the phrasal verb “run out” to the paper situation? Like, We run out of paper. Is it correct to say that?

What is the difference between “I am out of ideas” and “I run out of ideas”?

Hello, Marcel! It’s a great question. I’m going to talk about that in the next podcast; ok?

I’m out of disposition for to traveling.

Really, Jean? So you’re a homebody like me. 🙂

I am out of money to travel this holiday.

That’s too bad, Daniel! I hope you have a good time at home, though!

Hi Tim, I tried to buy “Present Perfect em 14 dias” but it’s out of stock. Can you check it for me? Tks

I’m out of time, I can’t participate on your site today(I’m kidding!). In nowadays, Syrian people are out of happiness and hopefulness because the war.

Yes, and the world is out of ideas on how to help them.

Oh! I was out of town for a few days, and now, when I returned I am out of PRESENT PERFECT 14 LESSONS! How can I get it?????

Welcome back, Marilene! The PRESENT PERFECT LESSONS are available now (until we reach 50 students)!

Tim, First, congratulations. I can perceive that since I am participating in the comments more people are here day by day. Your podcasts are a complete sucsess. My today’s phrase is true: Because the economic crisis in Brazil I am out of job now. I was fired last month. Can I say out of job or is better without job?

“I am out of a job right now” is the right way of saying it, José Luiz. So sorry about that. I hope you find a new job soon. And thank you for your kind words about the project!

Tim, I have just purchased the course present perfect in 14 days. I have been studied a lot for the last two years about it, but, although I can understand a lot when I study, in my English conversation is too difficult to use it in the correct way. So I decided to buy it because I am certain I will improve my present perfect whereas you know how to teach Brazilians and mostly where are our difficulties. Thank you for the present perfect in 14 days course.

Thank you for supporting our work, José Luiz! I hope you enjoy the course! Did you already receive the confirmation e-mail?

Tim, Yes I did, but in the email says that I will receive as soon as the confirmation by Bcash. I am waiting for it. Thanks

I see you there (in the course forum), so I think it went through! 🙂 Good luck with your studies!

Yes, when I answered at the first time I haven’t seen the email yet. I have already done the first lesson as you Know. Thanks again!

Great, José Luiz! See you there!

I’m out of chocolate at this moment.

How about a Reese’s Peanut Butter Cup? Would you like one?

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