Inglês Todos os Dias #15: get through (2o significado)

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Inglês Todos os Dias #15: get through (2o significado)

Aprenda hoje um outro significado do phrasal verb get through - um signficado que já lhe ensinei em outros posts aqui no site. 

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Frases no mini podcast de hoje:

I chewed my students out.
As a camp counselor, it's difficult to find a way to get through to kids with problems and win their trust.
I've tried, but I can't get through to him.
There's no getting through to him.
I hope I have gotten through to you about the importance of phrasal verbs in the English language.


Link dos artigos mencionados:
Por que dei uma bronca nos meus alunos
Não dá pra falar com ele! Ele nunca vai entender! [Phrasal Verb]
Um show de outra época e um phrasal verb

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10 comments “Inglês Todos os Dias #15: get through (2o significado)”

I scanned five times my emails from 13:00. Finally came the ITD # 15. I was avid for knowledge. Thank you Tim. I’m a beginner.

And you’re doing a great job, Saulo! With an attitude like that, you will go far!

Hi, Tim
my mom needed my help but I couldn’t get through to her.

That’s too bad, Valéria. 

Hey, Tim. How’s it going? 

I’m always trying to get through to my students about the importante of doing their homework. But sometimes there seems to be no getting through to them. Too bad. LOL

Have a great week.  

Same here, Guilherme. 🙂  Thank you for your comment. You, too, have a great week!


I did a search with this phrasal verb in Oxford or Macmillan dictionaries through the and it have few meanings… by the way, have much meanings!

One of meanings is “be connected by phone”… by the way (again… lol), I received some files from you as gift for I stay until the final of webnary that you made with Ulisses from Tecla Sap called “Telephone Talk” and you mentioned this phasal verb there.

That’s right, Emerson. We offer this bonus with our 4th episode of the “Phrasal Verbs and Expressions” series, too.

Hello, tim ! How are you ?

Nice tip, I believe that you got through to me teaching me a lot today about this phrsal verb !

See you !

hello, Tim. You got through to help me with this clue. have great day

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