Inglês Todos os Dias #108: ‘Acabou o tempo!’ em inglês

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Inglês Todos os Dias #108: ‘Acabou o tempo!’ em inglês
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O tempo está se esgotando... então vamos correr e aprender a dizer 'acabou o tempo' em inglês no mini-podcast de hoje!






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Time is up, please put your pen down.
Your time is up. / Time is up.
Our viewers should know that we have (uh) timing lights that are visible to the candidates to warn them when their time is up. A bell will sound like this.
…to warn them when their time is up.
A bell will sound like this.
I ran out of time.
Each candidate will have one minute to answer each question. And 30 seconds for rebuttal. If you run out of time, you're going to [gonna] hear this.
If you run out of time, you're going to hear this.
Time is up.
Your time is up.
So time is up; our class is over.
My time is up, I need to leave.


Inglês Todos os Dias #75: Como se diz ‘acabou’ em inglês (parte 4)


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Agora vamos praticar! 

Escreva alguma frase com a expressão (my) time is up no setor de comentários abaixo, tipo: My time is up, I have to leave!

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48 comments “Inglês Todos os Dias #108: ‘Acabou o tempo!’ em inglês”

My time is up. I am not up for going to the gym, but I need to!

If you decide to go to the gymn, even if you are not up for you, you might get in the mood very quickly once you start moving.

Time is up!! Let’s go home 😀


Hi Tim! I’m not gonna leave now, because my time isn’t up yet! (Is that correct?)
Thank you for your time!

That’s correct, Edison! Hope the time goes by quickly and you can go home soon.

My time is up, I gotta hit the sack Tim, tomorrow I have a lot of work to do.

Hope you have a good night’s rest, and a wonderful day tomorrow!

My time is not up yet. I still practicing English up to midnight

Wow! That’s what I call dedication!

Hello Tim,

I slacked off to start my test, when I decided, I heard the teacher speaks, stop the test, the time is up….

Too bad….

That’s too bad. I hope you were able to answer at least some questions before your time was up.

My time is up here. I need to sleep now 

Good night! 🙂

my time is up! I need to sleep

Have a good night’s rest!

Hi Tim, 

I’m back, when does the new present perfect course begin??

It’s open right now, Denilson! Check it out here: <== LINK

Hello Tim, I have a question. Could I say “The time is almost up”?

Sure, Marco.

My time is up. I need to Work.

Gotta get back to work!

My lunch time is up, I’m gonna get back to work. Is it correct?

That’s correct, Jucilene. (I just added the verb “get” before “back”.)

Hi Tim,
My time is up, I’ve got to work.

Work hard!

My time is up, I need to eat.

Yay! Finally it’s time to eat!! 🙂

I’m on a lunch break, but my time is up. I’ve got to get back to work!

Have a good time! 🙂

Hehe… Thanks to correct my sentence!

Your time is up!

Oh, no! I spoke too long!

My time is up, i need to change my life.

Do you need to be so drastic about it? 🙂


My time is up! I need to get out of this country and change my life.

Me too!

Come on! It can’t be *that* bad! 🙂

My time is up, I need to speak English fluently

There’s always time to learn more English!

About the course with your brother?

Hi Tim! How About “Time is over”? Is there any difference between “Time is over” and “time is up”? I mean, when I have to use an expression and not the other?

It’s not an easy answer, Paulo. See if this forum discussion helps: <== LINK

My time is up, I have to sleep!

Good night!

My time is up, i need to came back to work.

Have a good time! 🙂

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