Vou fazer isso quando ‘get around to it’! | Inglês Todos os Dias #187

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Vou fazer isso quando ‘get around to it’! | Inglês Todos os Dias #187

Hoje vou te dar uma pequena moeda de madeira com as palavra "TUIT" escrita nela (brincadeira!), e depois você não terá mais desculpas para não fazer o que pretendia fazer! Por que será? Descubra a resposta no mini-podcast de hoje!


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FRASES NO MINI PODCAST DE HOJE:

I never got around to organizing my drawers last year.
get around to (something)
I intended to wash my car last week, but I didn't get around to it.
I intended to wash my car last week, but I never got around to it.
get around
I finally got around to painting my living room.
I never got around to organizing my closet.
...when I get around to it
"get" a round TUIT

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http://loja.domineingles.com.br/phrasal-verbs

 

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What didn't you get around to (doing) last year?

I never got around to _______________ last year.

 

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62 comments “Vou fazer isso quando ‘get around to it’! | Inglês Todos os Dias #187”

I never got around to reading my favorite book last year.

I hope you can read it soon this year. What’s the name of the book, by the way?

I think that I need a vacation, I will stop get around to it.

You mean you hope you will get around to it soon?

I never got around to taking vacation.

I hope you find the time this year!

I never got around to reading all Holy Bible, but in this year I want to get around for do it.

Just read three chapters a day! 😀

For the last 3 months I’ve been trying to exercise everyday, but I haven’t gotten around to it so far.

Start slowly, but keep it up every day!

I would like got around to studying english last year, now I need get around to it.

I’m sure you will, Alanz! You’re off to a good start already!

I didn’t get around to studying English last week because of holidays, but now I’m back to learning English every day, slowly but surely!

Tim, can you explain us the differences between “everyday” and “every day”? Thanks so much!

You used the phrasal verb correctly, Emerson! Good job!

Everyday is an adjective (used before a noun). Every day is an adverb (used after a verb).

Tim, o “get around to” que você ensinou aqui neste podcast tem o mesmo significado comparado com o desse vídeo?

https://youtu.be/u33kLt_zSSU?t=55m14s

Preste atenção depois do minuto 55:15.

Estou achando esse phrasal verb meio complicado de entender… rsrsrs…

Obrigado!

Olá, Emerson. Não, no caso do vídeo, ele está dizendo que as apostas serão altas quando “chegarmos às” (get around to the) eleições. Ele está usando a forma literal deste phrasal verb. O que ensinamos é a forma idiomática que deriva disso. Quando “chegar a” (alguma tarefa) quer dizer que você finalmente “achou tempo” para fazer.

I never get around to learning how to swim.

Why don’t you enroll in swimming lessons?

I wish I could get a round more time to study English this year!

Just separate a few minutes every day, and stick to it!

I always get around to eating ice cream.

That’s not too hard! 😀

Now that you gave us that round TUIT we do not have more excuses to not getting around to anything. Thanks, Tim!

Exactly! Now you can finally “get around to it!” 😀

We’re always complaing we never get around to doing somethings, but deep down, we don’t wanna get around to do them!

Just correcting  –  We’re always complaining we never get around to doing somethings, but deep down, we don’t wanna get around to doing them!

Tim, please correct me if I am wrong. Thanks!

Your sentence is correct, Beto. Great job! And what you wrote is true! 🙂

I tried to got around to studying more English last year, I promise in this year I’ll get around to it 

Attaboy! 😀

I never got around to learning english last year. But this year I will.

You’re off to a good start!

I never got around to the master degrees’ thesis last year. 

I hope you get it done this year!

I’ve wanted gone visit my grandparents last month, but I’ve never gotten around to it

Don’t put it off any longer! Go give them a visit! 😀

I like to go to another country with my husband once a year, but I didn’t get around to it last year …

I hope you manage to travel this year, Laura!

I never got around to follow your wonderful english tips, but now I’m starting to doing this.

That’s wonderful! Welcome aboard!

I never got around to preparing myself to a new job. But now as I’ve got a round TUIT from you I will do my best for it. Thank you very much!

Yes! No excuses now! 😉

I never get around to listen to the podcast every day.

It is never too late to start! 😀

I never got around to return for the swimming class last year.

Hopefully you’ll return this year!

Podemos dizer então que get around to it é um sinônimo de put off em alguns casos? Ou não?

I guess we can say that they are related. If you say that you will do something “when you get around to it”, you are probably “putting it off”.

Great teacher Tim. Your podcasts have been help me a lot but I never get around to do this question:
Is correct to say: “I treasure” your podcast classes cuz it´s very important tool to learn english? I treasure this or that or something ?
Thanks!

Sure, Douglas. Thank you for your kind words!

I did not get around to practicing English writing. Now I have got around to it though.

I finally have been getting around to studying English just about every day! It is a fantastic achievement for me as I can find a progressive improvement of my skills.
It should be taken into account that DomineIngles services have been helping me in providing an excellent source of English materials, such as podcasts and its website.
By the way, I really enjoy when you answer the student’s comments here, that’s a very kind of you. Thanks for your support 🙂

I never got around to reading new books in the last year.

Hi Timmy.

What have you been up to since I last wrote you?

You’ve told us you have left on vacation to visit your homeland. That’s great!

I hope you’ve got around to upload us new English tips.

Nice to see you around,

Greetings from Spain

Thank you, Vera!

I never got around to visiting my daughter last month.

I never got around to working out last year.

I never got around to organising the folders in my computer

Today, I finally got around to organizing my closet.

Greetings from Spain

I never got around to visiting my aunt and uncle!

I hope you can still visit them one day.

I never got around to organize my bookshelf.I hope next year I’ll get around to organize it.

I never got around to painting my bedroom, but I finally got around to painting it this week.


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