Inglês BÁSICO Todos os Dias #11: Como usar o pronome “it” – parte 2

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Inglês BÁSICO Todos os Dias #11: Como usar o pronome “it” – parte 2
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As 100 Palavras Mais Usadas em Inglês | Palavra #10 - Parte 2 | O pronome "it" como objeto após verbos em sentenças.

Muitos brasileiros - inclusive brasileiros com nível avançado de inglês - esquecem-se de usar este "it" depois dos verbos!

Estamos aprendendo as 100 palavras mais usadas na lingua inglesa. De acordo com o livro The Reading Teachers Book of Lists, Third Edition as primeiras 25 palavras dessa lista representam aproximadamente um terço de todo o material escrito em inglês, e as cem que estamos aprendendo representam aproximadamente metade. Vamos aprender todas e estaremos bem encaminhados no domínio da língua inglesa.

Se você quiser receber as primeiras palavras - e as próximas - inscreva-se na caixa "Inglês BÁSICO Todos os Dias" ao lado.

Hoje vamos continuar a DOMINAR a décima palavra mais comum em inglês: it (part 1)

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Frases no mini podcast de hoje:

I'm lovin' it!

- Do you like ice-cream? - I love it!

- Who want's this piece of candy? - I do!/I want it!

I hate it when students don't pay attention!

Clique AQUI para começar a DOMINAR o inglês básico.



Vamos praticar! Complete (no setor de comentários abaixo) uma destas frases:
I love it when ___________________________ .
I hate it when _________________________ .

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48 comments “Inglês BÁSICO Todos os Dias #11: Como usar o pronome “it” – parte 2”

Olá Tim!

O link do mp3 ainda aponta para a lição #10. 🙂

Obrigado pelas excelentes lições!

Oi Tim… De novo!

O link já foi corrigido!

Obrigado de novo!

Eu que agradeço pelo interesse e ajuda, Adriano! Good luck with your studies!

I love your podcasts. They help me a lot!!

Thank you, Marli! It’s great to hear that!

I hate it when I have to wait the bus for a long time

Same here, Luiz! That’s why I prefer to walk! 🙂

I love it when I have to memorize a list of transitive verbs. (verbs that needs to be followed by an object)

Now that’s a good attitude! 🙂

I love it when I heard babies laughing!
Thanks Tim , for so good lessons

Yes, babies help us appreciate what is truly important in life! You’re welcome, Lucia. Thank you for writing here!


That’s great, Fabio! Keep on listening!!

I hate it when I go to the movies and all the tickets have been sold!

If it’s THAT popular that all the tickets are sold out, you feel like you are missing out! 🙂

I love IT when I got the feeling that my english is improving.

It’s great to feel that you are improving a skill – and it happens slowly but surely. Keep up the good work!

I love it when I improve my English with Tim & Tammy’s products like Phrasal Verb Bundle.
I hate it when I can’t cacth up on “Ingles Básico Todos os Dias” on weekends.

That’s what I call a good student! 🙂 Thank you for participating! Great sentences!

I Love it when it comes the time of my Breakfast (Tim, is it correct?)

Hello, Paulo. I could understand your sentence without any problem; it would be best, however, to say it like this:

I love it when it comes time for breakfast.

I love it when  you scream my name saying that i’m stil the one that u love.
I hate it when people talk about me in my shoulders.

Is that a song, Custodio?

that is not a song , why you asked that teacher ?

It sounded like lyrics to a song – very poetic! 🙂

I love it when I understand your podcast just listening it, without reading it on the site.

That’s great, Marilene! Your listening is improving!

I love it when someone gives me a chocolate. yummy 
I hate it when I miss the public bus.

Same here, Evlyn! I could eat a piece of chocolate right now!

I love it when my husband gives me gift
I hate It when I improved speech

It’s great to receive gifts, Sara. I just didn’t understand one thing: Why do you hate it when you improve your speech?

im lovin’ all these classes

So glad to hear that, Carlos! Your sentence is correct without the “it” since, in this case, “all these classes” is already the direct object; OK? Thank you for participating, and keep up the good work!

Hello, Tim! How are you?

Sorry for my absence, but, I was on vacation. I love it, but, it’s over… 🙁

But, I’m back focused to learning English!

Thanks a lot!

Welcome back, Emerson! I hope you had a great vacation.

Hello Master, thank for all tips, they are excellent.

My sentenses:

I hate it when my smartphone ringing so early.

I love it when I’m going to play the guitar with my friends on the weekend.

Quando saber quando devo usar “it” ou “that” Tim? Porque os dois se referem a algo que ocorreu antes. 

Olá, Filipe! Boa pergunta. Tente “sentir” quando geralmente usamos o “that” para se referir a algo que foi dito anteriormente, e use-o naturalmente. Exemplos:

– I’m going to start studying English!
– That’s great! [que ótimo!]

– I’m not feeling well.
– That’s too bad. [que pena]

– My name is Sarah.
– Is that S-A-R-A-H? [seria S-A-R-A-H?]
– Yes, that’s right.

E veja outros exemplos no mini-podcast #7:


You’re welcome!

I love it when I learn English. 

I love it when I go to McDonalds  eat Big Mac with Coke and French fries and I hate it when has a big line!
Hi Tim, Can you explain to me why is called French fries instead of fries or potatoes fries ? Thanks : )

I don’t really know, Jorge. Maybe this article will have the answer: <== LINK

I Love it when I pack up and go traveling. I hate it when lose the time.

I do, too, Cristiane. I wish it was vacation time already! 🙂



I love it when it is sunny.

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