Diferença entre say, tell, speak and talk – parte 1 | Inglês Todos os Dias #199

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Diferença entre say, tell, speak and talk – parte 1 | Inglês Todos os Dias #199

Qual a diferença entre say, tell, speak and talk? Essa foi a pergunta feita por um ouvinte recentemente. E já que hoje é Valentine's Day, e estou cheio de amor no coração, vou começar a explicar as diferenças no mini-podcast de hoje!

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FRASES NO MINI PODCAST DE HOJE:

Happy Valentine’s Day!
I just called to say (that)  I love you.
say – tell - speak - talk
I want to say something.
My student said he wasn’t going to class today.
said me
tell/told me
She said to me that she was not going to class.
He said he doesn’t like ice cream.
The duck said, “Good day!”
The says, “Good day!”; the dog says, “Good day!”; the animals say, “Good day!”
“Happy Valentine’s Day!”, Tim said.
Tim said, “Happy Valentine’s day!”
What did you say?
I said, “Pay attention!”
I came here to say (that) I liked the tip
My brother said (that) he likes your tip.

    
Clique AQUI.

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Complete one of these sentences in the comments section!

I came here to say (that) _____________________.

____(Person)____ said (that) ________________ .

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47 comments “Diferença entre say, tell, speak and talk – parte 1 | Inglês Todos os Dias #199”

I came here to said that your site is very important to me, in my english improve. Thank you very much for your tips TIM. “viver sem fronteiras”. Lol.

Thank you for stopping by and participating here, Reinaldo!

I came here to say to everybody have a great and wonderful week !
Vitória said to me that the her Conquest it´s true ! Thanks so much for this oportunity and have a great Night !

Thank you for participating, Ricardo!

I came here to say I am listening all podcasts that you post.
Thanks Timmy teacher.

That great, Eduardo, my friend!

Good morning, have a happy Valentine’s Day

I came here to say that Tim’s podcasts are a good way to learn English, and I tell all my friends about them!

That’s wonderful! Thank you very much, Denilson!

I would like to say that your website is amazing for English learners ! I was talking to a friend of mine about this yesterday.

Thank you, Kenny! I really appreciate it!

I came here to say that if someone want get in a whatsapp group (to pratice english), call me at the number 11 97661-6487. The group don’t exist yet, but I hope find more interested people, and if existe any group for this purpose, please add my number.
Thanks guys.

PS: Tim, you have no idea how you help me with this podcasts. Thank you so much!

That’s a great way to improve your English, Glaucia! Thank you for sharing it here!

I came here to say that I forgot what to say

Just stay around here a little bit and you’ll remember! 🙂

I just sent you an message to say (that) I love your podcasts. 

Thank you, Fenner! And I love it when you participate here!

Hello Tim, Just one daubt, The phrase that you mention like: She said to me that she was not going to class. Could we use the verb to be, something like: She said to me she wouldn’t go to class. or it doen’t make sense?

Yes, you can say that, too. Let me just add that it would be even more common to say: “She told me she…” (Check out the next episode!)

I came here to say that Domine Inglês Website has helped me a lot with my English.
3 months ago I was surfing on the internet when I came across this website and said to my friend that he should also check it out. ( Please Tim tell me if there is any mistakes in my sentence ) Thanks a lot ! keep up the good work !

Your sentences are great, Gil! Congratulations. In the last one is correct, too, but it might be even more common to say “I told my friend…” (Check out the next episode.) But it isn’t wrong. Great job!!

I came here to say that I and my wife likes your tip

Thank you, Alexandre! And say hello to your wife for me, too!

I said to my friends that “Domine Inglês” website is fantastic!

That’s great! Thank you so much!

I came here to say Have a nice Day!!

Thank you, Vanessa! You, too!

I came here to say that I like your website. My wife said that I’ll learn english very well.

Your wife is a smart girl! 😀

I came here to say that I like trip,my sister said that she also like travel,different of my parents they like stay in home get together with my niece.

I like to travel, but I like to stay home, too. Both are great!

I came here to say I´m improving my english a lot with all this podcats. Thank you very much!

That’s great, Leonardo! I’m so glad to hear that!

I came here to say I’ll be waiting the other tips about “tell”, “speak” and “talk”, because you told me is very important to know the correct way to use each one of them ! Thanks ! Love your lessons !

Thank you, Laura! Great job!

I came here to say I loved the tips!
Thank you very much Tim!

Thank YOU, Gilmar!

I came here to say, a like acai.

I do, too!

I came here to say that your website is very important for me.
Thanks so much

Thank you, Lais! And you are very important to us, too!

What about the music “say you, say me” by Lionel R.?
Is it correct to say “say you say me”?

Thanks a lot.  

The singer is just asking the person to pronounce the words “you” and “me”. Diga “você”, Diga “eu”.

I came here to say I began to know your work and thank you for help us.

Welcome, Rosivaldo! So glad to see you here!

I came here to say I appreciate your podcast, it’s help me a lot! Thank you some much Tim.
My mother said, you need to finish your homework in one hour.

I came here to say that i am enjoying wich moment when i learn English!

I came here to say I like your tip! 


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