Inglês Todos os Dias #151: Como se diz ‘decepcionar, desapontar, deixar na mão’ em inglês | Michael Phelps não queria deixar os seus companheiros na mão

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Inglês Todos os Dias #151: Como se diz ‘decepcionar, desapontar, deixar na mão’ em inglês | Michael Phelps não queria deixar os seus companheiros na mão

Michael Phelps não queria deixar os seus colegas na mão... por isso emprestou uma touca, pulou na água, e ajudou a sua equipe a ganhar mais uma medalha de ouro, a vigésima primeira de Michael Phelps! Vamos então aprender a dizer decepcionar, desapontar, deixar na mão no mini-podcast de hoje.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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FRASES NO MINI PODCAST DE HOJE:

A little wardrobe malfunction, but… ah... I said, “Ditty, let me get your cap real quick”; and I put it inside out and went with it, so... ah… I wanted to not let these guys down…
cap
wardrobe malfunction
inside out
let these guys down
let down
I will be there tomorrow, I won't let you down.
When I flunked the exame, I let my parents down.
I don't want to let you down!
Don't let us down!
Who don't you want to let down?
I don't want to let __(someone)__ down.
Don't let me down!

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O Gato de Botas Não Desapontou [Phrasal Verb: Let Someone Down]

http://www.nbcolympics.com/video/michael-phelps-wins-20th-olympic-gold-medal

 

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Let's practice! Who don't you want to let down? Tell us about it in the comments section below.

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33 comments “Inglês Todos os Dias #151: Como se diz ‘decepcionar, desapontar, deixar na mão’ em inglês | Michael Phelps não queria deixar os seus companheiros na mão”

I don’t let my parents down, they are the most important person for me!

I am sure they are proud of a son like you, Emerson!

I don’t want to let my husband down ,neither my children,I have promissed them I would improve my English with an american teacher Tim. I’m sure about it.

Good for you!! You haven’t let them down! 😀

I don’t want to let my boss down, but I won’t go to the party birthday 

I hope he understands.

Y’d like to get powerful english so that I can speak and write as american so I don’t want to let Tim Barret Down.

You haven’t, Ariol! Keep up the good work!

* I’d Like…*

(Y)

We count on Tim and Tammy, do not let us down.

We’ll try not to! 🙂

Don´t worry Tim, we always live up to our expectations toward English
you’ll never let us down.
And I hope to keep up with these lessons for good

nice weekend for everybody

Thank you, Gabriela! :-)(Y)

I hope that the Brazilian team of football don’t let me down this time.

I hope so, too!

I do not want toi let you down Tim, because you are so dedicated and kind, sharing all this knowledge with us.

Thanks, Sergio!

Hi Teacher,
wardrobe malfunction means defeito de fabricação in portuguese.

Thank you Monica for explain what it means.

Good to know. Thank you!

I won´t let my family down por that I need to pass in the public exame.

Keep studying hard!

I don’t want to let you down, but I don’t know the meaning of ” and went with it”.

Could you give the complete sentence, Adriana? It could mean “entrou na onda”

I don´t want let my family down, I need finish my English course it is very important for our company.

That’s true, Alexandre! Keep up the good work!

I won’t let my parents down, I has been a good professional!

That’s great, César!

I don’t let my girlfriend down.

Quero aproveitar pra dizer que eu enjoy so much seu trabalho. Muitas vezes antes de durmir eu escuto um podcast e aprendo muito coisa nova mainly about phrasal verbs. Thank you to don’t let us down.

I don’t want let’s my parents down, because I love their.

I don’t want to let myself down.

i, Tim !!!! I had a wardrobe malfunction when i bent down to pick up the ball.