O Tim declara voto em… | Inglês Todos os Dias #329

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O Tim declara voto em… | Inglês Todos os Dias #329

Como eu disse no setor de comentários da última dica, eu (Tim), como americano, não posso publicamente declarar apoio a um candidato ou outro nas eleições aqui do Brasil. Mas posso lhe ensinar um phrasal verb muito comum que é usado para se dizer "declarar voto/apoio" em inglês. Vamos conversar sobre isso no mini-podcast de hoje.

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As an American, I can't come out for one candidate or another in the Brazilian elections.
come out
Come out for
Come out for English teacher's rights.
The businessman Luciano Hang came out for Bolsonaro.
The businessman Ricardo Semler came out for Haddad.
come out for
__________ came out for ___________.
___________ has come out for ___________.

Sentenças do dicionário:

Many people in  our small town have come out for that big construction project because the closest store right now is 10 miles away.

The defense lawyers all came out for the judge's ruling.

Roger came out for Lynn, who was running for mayor.

I thought the mayor would come out in favor of more public housing.


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Complete the following sentence in the comments section below. 

___(Name)___ has come out for __(Candidate)___ .

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33 comments “O Tim declara voto em… | Inglês Todos os Dias #329”

Roberto, my brother in low, has come out for Bolsonaro


Orlando has come out for Amoedo.


As a Brazilian, I can’t come out for Hillary in the American elections. Sniff sniff sniff…


Most of my friends have come out for Amoedo.


José has come out for Bolsonaro – “Brazil above everything, God above all”!


My boss has come out for Bolsonaro and I came out for Boulos


Brazil is a democracy, I have came out for Bolsonaro president, Brazil will be great again like an American. October 7 say 17

Have a nice day 


I came out for Bolsonaro.


I’ve come out for Bolsonaro.


Exemplo run-off:  https://mobile.reuters.com/article/amp/idUSKCN1MG051

Good, André. Thank you.

I came out for me in elections

You have my vote! 😀

I come out for Bolsonaro


I come out for Haddad.


Most of people have come out for Bolsonaro.


I come out for Bolsonaro and rule out Haddad.

Another phrasal verb with r. 😉

I come out for Null in elections


I come out for Amoedo in next presidential elections.

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