Inglês Todos os Dias #117: ‘Muito trabalho pela frente’ em inglês

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Inglês Todos os Dias #117: ‘Muito trabalho pela frente’ em inglês

Depois de gravar o podcast de hoje, vou direto para o site responder aos comentários. Tenho muito trabalho pela frente! E hoje vamos relembrar uma expressão para se dizer que tem muito trabalho pela frente.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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FRASES NO MINI PODCAST DE HOJE:

I have my work cut out for me.
I was behind with my work.
I got behind.
catch up
I have
You have
She has
cut out
I have my work cut out.
Wow! I have my work cut out for me today.
John has his work cut out for him.
I have my work cut out for me. I have to....
Let me get down to work because I have my work cut out for me.

 

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Let's practice in the comments section below!

Complete this sentence: I have my work cut out for me. I have to _________________ .

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25 comments “Inglês Todos os Dias #117: ‘Muito trabalho pela frente’ em inglês”

I have my work cut out for me.  I have to file my income tax soon.

I filed my U.S. taxes two weeks ago. It’s not my favorite thing to do.

Hey Tim,

I also have to file my income tax. Do you recommend a website or app that allows me to do it for free?

I definitely have my work cut out for me. 

Hello, Nathalia. Do you file in Brazil or the U.S.A.?

Hey Tim,

In the USA, because last year I worked there for 7 months.

That’s great! I hope you are enjoying it there!

Hi Tim,
I was out traveling with my relatives and now, I’m back and I have my enghish study cut out for me, this week I hope catch up it.

Have a nice day.

Better get to work! 🙂

“Work cut out”.  Pode ser traduzido como “trabalho dificultado”. 

Grato Tim…

How would you use that in a sentence, Denilson?

I have my work cut out for me after Easter holiday, I need to catch up with it!

Enjoy the holiday first! 🙂

Unfortunately, I was fired, but, I have my work cut out to find another job. It’s tough not to have employment in these hard times, but, I never say uncle for the “life obstacles”!

OBS: This sentence is very weird, but, I hope that is correct. Tim, please, correct me if the phrase is incorrect! Thanks a lot and God bless you!

You are doing great, Emerson! Keep up the good work! And I hope you find a good job soon!

Hello Tim, 
Indeed I´m late with my tasks because there was a change of the schedule, then I have my work cut out for me.

Have a nice day!

Better get to work then! 🙂

I have my work cut our for me this month. I need to travel to Argentina to verify any process and I have my work to do in the same time.

Traveling always gets me behind in my work, too.

Hi Tim,

I have my work cut out for me but during the next week I’ll be back. (Last year I studied English for 12 months, and thank you for your willingness to publish these podcasts).

Work hard, and I’ll see you next week!

Hi. 
I was on vacation and I’m returning to my job today, so I have my work cut out for me. God helps me!
Bye bye. Have a nice week! 

Good luck going back to work, Jackson!

I have my work cut out for me. it’s time to stop browsing the Internet.

Yep! Time to get back to work!

Hi Tim. Thank you for the podcast. I have two doubts:

1) How can I make questions with this expression?
2) Is there any difference if I use “I´ve got my work…” instead? One of them is more conversational?

Thanks