‘Precisamos CONTER estes gastos públicos’ em inglês | Phrasal Verb com a Letra R #13

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‘Precisamos CONTER estes gastos públicos’ em inglês | Phrasal Verb com a Letra R #13

Depois que lançamos a nossa história recente - "Tim and Tammy and the Sons of Liberty" - Phrasal Verbs with the Letters Q&R - estou vendo Phrasal Verbs com a letra R em todo o lugar! Hoje mesmo, assisti um vídeo dizendo que precisamos conter/controlar agentes do governo que estão passando leis sem prestar contas* a ninguém. E para se dizer "conter, controlar", neste sentido, é comum usar - você adivinhou! - um phrasal verb com a letra R! Ouça o mini-podcast de hoje!

*  prestar contas a = be accountable to


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Frases no mini podcast de hoje:

And by 2013, there were an additional 10,000 pages of regulations. So how do we rein in these faceless monarchs? First, Congress should actually do its job and take responsibility for the laws it passes.
rein in
"No regulation without representation."
in time
It's a good thing the coachman reined in his horse in time.
rein, rain, reign
rein in / rein back
The goverment is reining in public expenditure.
The federal goverment is attemping to rein in health care costs.
Sandra couldn't rein in her anger, and hit Bill over the head with her umbrella.
The Premier will soon rein in his new security chief.
The goverment needs to rein in ______________ costs.
The goverment needs to rein in health care costs.
Rein in your laziness, and go to our site! 😀

Vídeo com notícia mencionada:


http://loja.domineingles.com.br/phrasal-verbs/phrasal-verbs-letras-q-e-r

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Complete the following sentence in the comments section below. 

Our government needs to rein in ______________ costs/expenditures.

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28 comments “‘Precisamos CONTER estes gastos públicos’ em inglês | Phrasal Verb com a Letra R #13”

Our government needs to rein in social Security expenditures.

Yes, that’s a problem.

I admit that this podcast I just loved it even more, because I’m passionate about all the issues covered. First of all, I’ve loved american quarter horse since I was a child and mainly the reining horses, if someone is curious to know the name of the movement of the horse above, it is called “slide”. Besides that I’m a conservative person and I follow over the years the PragerU page on facebook and it’s been very useful to me. PS. Sorry about my writing mistakes.

Thank you, Julio. And the third thing, you practiced your Engilsh, which is very good, by the way! 😀

Super happy to hear it from you. I really appreciate it.

And thank you for sharing the term (“slide”).

Anytime buddy, I’m glad to contribute in some way with you.

It is very common in a financial crisis, peoples rein in all kind of costs.

It needs to be done!

Hi Tim, how’re you doing? I belive the new government who will start next year, needs to keep their eyes peeled about corruption and waste of public money. I also think they should stop spending so much money in comissioned charges and needs to rein in politicians salary.

Yes, lots of hard work ahead!

The government needs to rein in legal costs in the courts.

Yes, that’s a real problem, and raises a lot of prices.

Brazilian people needs to rein in the risk of fascism that threatens the country.

There is a PragerU video about fascism, by the way: https://youtu.be/m6bSsaVL6gA <== video

I think the our government shoudn’t rein in healt care costs but, it needs to rein in politician personal costs. Do you agree?

That’s the truth! 🙂

Our governement needs to rein in the costs with staff.

For sure!

It’s about time Brazilian government reining in politicians expenditures.

It needs to be done!

Hi Tim!
What’s the difference between rein in and put a lid on something?

They are similar expressions, Evalgney. “Put a lid on something” means to control in the sense of not letting it get “out of hand” (fora de controle). Whereas, “rein in” means to “pull back” and maybe even cut a little.

The goverment needs to rein in nomination positions costs.

They sure do!

Our government needs to rein in traveling costs. Is it correct?

Yes, the grammar is correct and the idea is correct, too! 😀

The government needs to rein in civil servant salaries.


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