Inglês Todos os Dias #35: A aranha escapou [o que significa o phrasal verb “get away”]

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Inglês Todos os Dias #35: A aranha escapou [o que significa o phrasal verb “get away”]
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O meu sobrinho, Benjamin, estava brincando de "matar aranhas" em um joguinho no meu iPad, quando ele quase deixou uma escapar! Ouça o que ele disse para mim no mini-podcast de hoje e aprenda a usar o phrasal verb "get away".




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Frases no mini podcast de hoje:

bedstand/nightstand/night table
get away
Uncle Tim, one of them got away!
George Watin got away and is presumed to be living in Spain.
The three men got away in a stolen car.
I'll get away from work as soon as I can.
We walked to the next beach to get away from the crowds.
The robber got away from the police.


CLIQUE AQUI para dominar dezenas de phrasal verbs com a palavra GET.


Agora vamos praticar o phrasal verb get! Complete a seguinte frase: I am trying to get away from ___________________ .

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14 comments “Inglês Todos os Dias #35: A aranha escapou [o que significa o phrasal verb “get away”]”

I tried to get away from my work today, but, my gosh, it was a hard monday!

Same here, Emerson! 🙂

Hi Tim, When I was a child, every time I had a bad behavior I was always trying to get away from my father to avoid that he could tell me off, but he always got to find me out where I was hidden . Please, could you teach me how can I avoid the use of many “I”s in this sentence example? Have a nice trip to USA.

Hello, José Luiz! Thank you for your comment! Great job! Don’t worry about the “I”s; in English you have to use a lot of “I”s because there is no “sujeito oculto” (except for imperative sentences).

Thank you. Ii becomes easy when you explain. You are really a good teacher.

I tried to get away from my daughter Thais because she had to buy chocolate and I can’t avoid it.

You have to avoid chocolate, or she does?

I´m trying to get away from TV to study English but Today is day of Corinthians´ Game. So I can´t Evoid it.

Please Teacher, Tell me where I made some mistake.

Thanks a lot.

Hey Tim!
I don’t want to go off the topic but… My son is about your nephew’s age, I’d like some suggestions on little kids apps. 
By the way, would it be possible to say “get away from the context/topic”?
Thanks a million 🙂

I’m trying to get away to eat something, because i’m hungry !   I can use ” to eat ” ? 
Thanks 😀 

That’s correct.

I trying to get away of the slump

 I am trying to get away from traffic congestion.

I´m trying get away of Procrastination

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