Annoying Orange Saw (Por Essa Não Esperava!)

Mais uma vez o "Annoying Orange" ataca - ou melhor, foi atacado. Será que ele escapa dessa? Foi neste episódio que meu aluno aprendeu a expressão "Por essa eu não esperava!" em inglês.

First, watch the video and try to fill in the blanks below.

Primeiro assista o vídeo e tente preencher as lacunas abaixo.

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Descubra como usar o “more or less” de uma vez por todas

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Descubra como usar o “more or less” de uma vez por todas

Em um e-mail passado, meu irmão mencionou que não se pode usar o termo "more or less" como correspondente do português "mais ou menos", e recebemos vários e-mails perguntando como seria a forma correta de usar o "more or less".

Quero esclarecer esta dúvida de uma vez por todas!

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The Tale of the Little Dragon (“Test Drive”)

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The Tale of the Little Dragon (“Test Drive”)

Hoje vou te dar uma "sneak preview" da nossa primeira história:

Tim and Tammy Teach
Phrasal Verbs que começam com a letra A
Story: "The Tale of the Little Dragon"
http://loja.domineingles.com.br/phrasal-verbs/phrasal-verbs-letra-a
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What are you into? [Video & Script]

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Assista o comercial abaixo (do ponto 3:07 ao 3:37) e tente preencher as lacunas antes de ler o script.

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Sponge Bob and Phrasal Verbs

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Listen to Tim and "Sponge Bob" showing you how important it is to know PHRASAL VERBS in order to understand movies. 🙂

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Take Your English to the Next Level [Secret #1]

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Take Your English to the Next Level [Secret #1]

Here is our first tip for taking your English to the next level. The only tools needed are a notebook, a pen or pencil (or any other writing tool), and your imagination.

  • tool = ferramenta
  • writing tool = ferramenta de escrita

If you want to, you can try to fill in the blanks below and then read the script and translation below.

  • if you want to = se quiser
  • fill in the blanks = preencher as lacunas

When you're finished, please leave a comment below.
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World Cup Kick Off [Phrasal Verb: kick off]

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World Cup Kick Off [Phrasal Verb: kick off]

In today's video, Tim talks about the kick-off of the World Soccer Cup in South Africa.  Learn how to use the phrasal verb "kick off", even when speaking to the President of the United States of America!

No video de hoje, Tim fala sobre o início da Copa do Mundo na África do Sul.  Aprenda a usar o phrasal verb "kick off" mesmo ao falar com o presidente dos Estados Unidos da América! Read the rest of this entry »

Minha sobrinha dormiu durante todo o incidente

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Minha sobrinha dormiu durante todo o incidente

In today's e-mail, I told you that we had a wild weekend with a burglar getting into our back yard and the police coming to rescue us. There was a lot of noise and commotion, but my 6-year-old niece slept through the whole ordeal. Read the rest of this entry »