As vs. Like vs. How | As 100 Palavras Mais Usadas em Inglês | Palavra #18: As

As vs. Like vs. How | As 100 Palavras Mais Usadas em Inglês | Palavra #18: As

Sou professor, mas as vezes tenho que fazer o papel de psicólogo. Vou explicar por que no mini-podcast de hoje. Mas para isso vamos aprender a dizer a frase trabalho como psicólogo. Qual destas preposições você usaria para dizer "como psicólogo"? As, like ou how? Não tem certeza? Então vamos conversar sobre a diferença entre as, like e how em inglês.

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I am a teacher, but sometimes I work as a psychologist.
as
How are you?
How do you go to work?
like
She sings like an angel.
I sing
She sings
I work
He works
She works
Sometimes I work as a psychologist.
Pep Talk
I am an engeneer, but I work as a manager.
I am a doctor, But I work as a hospital administrator.
I work as a waiter.
- What do you do?
- I am a teacher, but I work as a/an _________ .
as big as
Jim Carrey as the Grinch

 

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- What do you do?

- I am a/an ___________, but I work as a/an _________________ .

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23 comments “As vs. Like vs. How | As 100 Palavras Mais Usadas em Inglês | Palavra #18: As”

Y work as service provider week and work in house an weekends. 
Thank you for Mini podcasts theacher

Thank you, Claudio!

Hey!
I´d like to know when and why sometimes in “I” pronunciation it sounds like “AI” or “I” as in Sniper = S”nai”per but E”li”te.
Thanks.

Hello, Douglas. The correct pronunciation is /aɪ/, but it probably comes out “shorter” (mais curto) when we speak fast.

Great. Thanks!

I’m a math teacher but I work as a engineer and I’d like to talk English like you Tim 

Is it correct??

Have a great weekend.

Very good, Denilson. Just a minor correction: an engineer… speak English… Great job!

Thanks Tim, as always very helpful 

Como sempre muito prestativo….correto???

I work as sailor and sing like British.

Do you really? 😀

No,yet but I’II get on navy next year!

I do not work, but I’d like to work as a teacher just like you. ^.^

I’m a journalist, but i work as a policeman.

Have a gret day teacher.

I’m a tourist guide, but a work as a attendant.

I am studente, but sometimes I work as teacher

Hello Tim,
I would like to say thank you for sharing knowledge with us. I have had improved my english since I started watching and listening your lessons everyday.

I’m a housecleaning, but sometimes I work as a Uber.

I’m a doctor, but I work too as teacher.

I’m a Planning Manager in Brazil, but in Australia I’m a food and beverage attendant.

I am an intern, but I work as an administrative assistant .

What do you do?

I’m a engineer, but I work as a state tax server.

Are you a civil servant?

I work as a freelancer… I would like to say that I loved this class, I didn’t know the difference between these words, but now, I knew.thank you


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