Eu gostaria de… | As 100 Palavras Mais Usadas em Inglês | Palavra #34

Eu gostaria de… | As 100 Palavras Mais Usadas em Inglês | Palavra #34

Você gostaria de dormir o dia todo hoje? Tudo bem, você pode! 😀 Mas primeiro aprenda a usar o modal would para dizer "eu gostaria (de)" em inglês.

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I’d like to sleep all day today.
I like
I would like
I go
I would go
I would like to sleep all day.
to be, to sleep, etc.
Modal verbs: would, can, could, may, might, must, shall, will, should
I would = I’d
What would you like to do?
What do you like (to do)?
I would like to study all day.
I’d like …
I’d like to see you there.

DOMINE Inglês Básico:


What would you like to do today? [O que você gostaria de fazer hoje?] Responda no setor de comentários abaixo.

I would like to _________________ .

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31 comments “Eu gostaria de… | As 100 Palavras Mais Usadas em Inglês | Palavra #34”

I’d like to travel to my mom’s house on the next holiday…

Yes, it’s always nice to visit our mother!

Hi Tim
I’d like to study english with you in your english school.
Good night

Cool! Who knows one day!

I’d like to review the the basic podcast #40#

In the podcast 40, you teached us about the word “like” the phase was: What’s your schedule like? I could to do the same question talking in this way, how is your schedule?

Thanks Tim, have a nice day

Hello, Denilson. We usually say “How is your schedule?” to mean “Como está a sua agenda?”, and “What’s your schedule like?” for “Como é a sua agenda?” or “Como são os seus horários?”; but sometimes we use them interchangeably.

I’d like to be american.

I would like to know EUA.

thank you so much Tim

Thank you, Matheus!

I’d like to eat acai all day or everyday. 

I would, too! Unfortunately, Açaí is a little fattening. 🙁

I´d like to make lots of money every day.

Who wouldn’t? 😀

I’d like to live in jundiai so that I could(pudesse) pratice english with you Tim. 😀 is it correct to use “could” or would be “can” ?

That’s correct, Ariol! And I’d like to have you as a student!

I’d like to play soccer yesterday, but something came up

Are you going to play today?

I’d like to sleep and wake up speaking english 🙁

Can you imagine if we found the formula to do that! We’d be rich! 😀

I’d Like play soccer ball today, but i can’t, because have to Work all night

Too bad! Hopefully you can play again soon.

I would like to thank you for your free and excellent job!

Thank you, Flávia! Good luck with your studies!

I’d like to be fluent in english this year.

You’re on the right track!

I’d like to enjoy this day and the weekend and conclude my to-do list

I hope you get all your tasks done, Gustavo!

I’d like to drive a motorcycle!

Motorcycles are fun! But you’ve got to be careful!

I would like to travel to USA for to see my love!

I would like to play guitar all day and I’d like to live in USA.

Comi se diz, “obrigado por contribuir para o meu aprendizado”?

I would like to go on route 66.

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