Inglês Todos os Dias #109: ‘Faça sol ou faça chuva’ em inglês

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Inglês Todos os Dias #109: ‘Faça sol ou faça chuva’ em inglês

Furei com meu amigo novamente, e não vou poder encontrar-lo na Casa do Açaí como planejamos! Mas semana que vem, vou estar lá faça sol ou faça chuva! Como se diz faça sol ou faça chuva em inglês? Vamos conversar sobre isso no mini-podcast de hoje!

 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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FRASES NO MINI PODCAST DE HOJE:

We will meet for an açaí next week come rain or shine!
(come) rain or shine
(Come) rain or shine, I will do my homework.
(Come) rain or shine, I will study English this week.
Next week, Casa do Açaí! Come rain or shine!
I'll see you on our site, come rain or shine!

 

LEIA E OUÇA INGLÊS TODOS OS DIAS, COME RAIN OR SHINE!

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Agora vamos praticar! 

What will you do come rain or shine this week? Please tell us about it below.

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49 comments “Inglês Todos os Dias #109: ‘Faça sol ou faça chuva’ em inglês”

Rain or shine I will work every day!

Go get ’em!

Come rain or shine I ll stop by tomorrow in a bookshop to buy your book. Looking foward to see your new visions and work about how to become fluent in English!

I hope we can help you reach the next level, Renata! You’re English is great already!

Come rain or shine, i will study English this week.

That’s the spirit!

My husband will fix my computer this week, come Rain or Shane, for me to study English (certo isso?) 

That’s correct, Graziela! (I just made one change: “for me to study English”.) I didn’t know your husband fixes computers! 🙂

ok! yes, my husband fixes computers!

Good to know! 😉

Hello, good night Tim and family, 

Thanks a lot for your podcasts,

Could I speak “we’re going to casa do açai next week come rain or shine” …instead… ” we’ll go to casa do açai next week come rain or shine.”   If are both right, when do we use one or other??

Have a nice Friday..

Yes, Denilson. We could use both (with basically the same meaning). I will talk about that in a future podcast; OK?

Hi Tim,

I will work on the weekend come rain or shine.

It’s too bad you can’t take off from work during the weekend. 🙁

Come rain or shine, l will go to university

That’s the attitude!

I will study english every day, come rain or shine!

Good for you!

Come rain or shine, I decide to learn English definitely!

That’s the spirit!

Come rain or shine, I will practice some sport this weekend 😉

Even in the rain? 🙂

Yes, Tim. When I was a child, I played in the rain. Why not now? 😀

Rain or shine i’ll keep listening your podcasts cause they are great! Thank you, Tim!

Thank YOU, Edison!

Rain or shine I’ll listen to your podcast.

Great decision! 🙂

I will go to English Class today come rain or shine!

You’d better, or else!! 🙂

I am going to go running come rain or shine

That’s the spirit! Keep running!

Tim, You talked a lot about eat Acai, for this reason,  in the next weekend I’II go to  Acai Praia in Faria Lima Avenue, Sao Paulo. Come rain or shine.

I didn’t know there was a place called Açaí Praia! Sounds like an exciting place! 🙂

Tim. Aqui pelas bandas norte no estado do Pará. A gente não fala comer um açaí e sim tomar um açaí. Questões regionais.

Very good a tip!!!

Take care.

Interesting, Joaquim. Thank you for the headsup.

Next week , I’ll be a winner! Come rain or shine !

Go get ’em, Antonio!

i will work out this week come rain or shine

Good for you, Tadeu!

Come rain or shine!!!

Yep!

I will listen to your podcast, come rain or shine.

Good for you!

Come rain or shine I’ll improve my English slowly but surely

That’s the attitude!

Rain or shine i’ll get down to study english every day

Good for you!

Hi Tim.

Come rain or shine, I will study your podcast.

That’s the spirit!


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