Você já decidiu em quem votar? | Inglês Todos os Dias #328

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Você já decidiu em quem votar? | Inglês Todos os Dias #328

Resolvi pegar a onda das eleições e lhe ensinar uma expressão idiomática comum em inglês para se dizer que ‘decidiu’ algum coisa, e também ensinar a preposição certa para se dizer ‘votar em alguém’.


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Have you made up your mind who to vote for on Sunday?
I'm back!
I missed you.
I hope you missed me, too.
Slowly but surely.
Have you...?
Have you decided?
make up your mind
make - made - made
I made up my mind.
Have you made up your mind?
Have you already made up your mind who to vote for.
Have you made up your mind who to vote for on Sunday?
I have already made up my mind.
I have made up my mind.
I’ve already made up my mind who to vote for.
Have you made up your mind who to vote for?
I haven’t made up my mind who to vote for yet.
I’ve already made up my mind who to vote for.
I’ve made up my mind to vote for ______.
I hope you’ve made up your mind to participate on our site today.


Clique AQUI.

 

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Use the expression 'make one's mind' in one of the sentences below

I haven't made up my mind who to vote for yet.

I've already made up my mind who to vote for.

I've made up my mind to vote for ____________ .

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56 comments “Você já decidiu em quem votar? | Inglês Todos os Dias #328”

I’ve made up my mind to vote for Haddad.

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I haven’t made up my mind who to vote for yet. I’m torn between two candidates.

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I make up my mind who to vote for BOLSONARO

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I’ve made up my mind to vote for Haddad.

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I made up my mind to vote for Bolsonaro.

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I have already made up my mind to vote for Bolsonaro.

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I have not made up my mind who to vote for ,like mostly of Brazilians I Think so.

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Guys and Girls, I won’t answer your comments because, as an American, I am not supposed to publicly come out for one candidate or another; OK? But I am reading all your comments! And I am praying for the elections in Brazil this Sunday!

I’ve still haven’t made up my mind who to vote for! This election is very hard!

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I´ve already made up my mind who not to vote for!

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I have made up my mind who to vote for on Sunday, except senator.

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I’ve made up my mind to vote for Bolsonaro.

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Hello again, everyone! I’ve removed special manifestations against one candidate or another. Let’s just stick to [ater-se a, limitar-se a] saying who we’ve made up our minds to vote for to keep things light around here; OK? Thank you.

I haven’t made up my mind who to vote for yet on Synday :-((

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I have a question: Why do weekdays names need to start with capital letter?

That’s just the way it is in English. We capitalize the names of the week, month, etc.

I’ve made up my mind to vote for Bolsonaro. He’s is the guy.

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I haven’t made up my mind who to vote for yet. But I’m torn between the candidates Bolsonaro or Almoedo or other ! Have everyone a excellent week !

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I´ve made up my mind to vote for Bolsonaro. He isnt the best, but he is necessary.

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In first turn, I have made up my mind to vote for Ciro, in secund turn, probably I have made up my mind to vote for Haddad

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I havent made up my mind who to vote for yet , cuz I havent see something let me so decided. that’s it.

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I have already made my mind who to vote for.

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I haven´t made up my mind who to vote for yet!

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Hello Tim, I’m so glad you are back. I’ve already made up my mind who to vote for Bolsonaro. Brasil needs order and progress, I hope Brasil great again.

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I’ve made up my mind to vote for Bolsonaro!!!

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I’ve made up my mind to vote for Amoedo.

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I’ve already made up my mind to vote for Bolsonaro. 

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I haven’t made up my mind who to vote for yet. I think I’m going to cancel my vote because in my opinion the candidate are all bad

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I´ve already made up my mind to vote for Bolsonaro.

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I’ve made up my mind to vote for Bolsonaro 17. It is a matter of necessity!


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