Inglês Todos os Dias #159: Phrasal verb ‘come across as’ com o significado de ‘ser interpretado como’

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Inglês Todos os Dias #159: Phrasal verb ‘come across as’ com o significado de ‘ser interpretado como’

Um comunicado do presidente das Filipinas se lamentou que o seu comentário tenha sido interpretado como um ataque pessoal contra o presidente dos Estados Unidos. Por que o porta-voz do presidente das Filipinas usou o phrasal verb come across as nesse comunicado? Vamos descobrir no mini-podcast de hoje!

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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FRASES NO MINI PODCAST DE HOJE:

One day later, a statement of regret that this may have come across as a personal attack
I came across a piece of news.
I came across a news story.
I'm not going to take sides.
He's cracking down on drug crime.
come across as
He expressed regret that his comment came across as a personal attack on the U.S presedent.
I'm sorry if what I said came across as rude.
I'm sorry if what I said came across as insensitive.
I'm sorry if what I said came across as criticism.
came across well
...did not come across very well.

 

LINKS RELACIONADOS:

http://edition.cnn.com/2016/09/05/politics/philippines-president-rodrigo-duterte-barack-obama/

https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/post-politics/wp/2016/09/05/philippine-president-threatens-to-curse-out-obama-obama-calls-him-a-colorful-guy/

http://oglobo.globo.com/mundo/presidente-filipino-lamenta-insulto-com-palavrao-obama-20058420

 

DICA RELACIONADAS:

Inglês Todos os Dias #128: A Hillary Clinton precisa ‘come across as’ mais gentil. | Outro significado do phrasal verb ‘come across’

Inglês Todos os Dias #158: Phrasal verb ‘come across’ em inglês | Me deparei com elefantes…

PHRASAL VERBS COM A LETRA C:

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Vamos praticar o phrasal verb 'come across as' no setor de comentários abaixo.

I am sorry if what I said came across as ______________ .

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15 comments “Inglês Todos os Dias #159: Phrasal verb ‘come across as’ com o significado de ‘ser interpretado como’”

Stop to repeat it many times! It is completely wrong way. Sorry If I what I said came accross as coarse. Most likely you did not come across very well.

Good job, Luiz! Hope you weren’t  speaking about me! hehe

Definitely not. hehehe

I’m sorry If I what i said came across as criticism sometimes people stutter however they dit not came across well.

Wh.. wh.. wh..at a..re y… you tal.. tal.. king about?

I’m sorry if what a say came cross as arrogant. This phrasal verbs is cool. Thank’s.

I’m sorry if what I said came across upset, I was just kidding

I made a mistake.    ” came across As upset”

Sorry for I write here so late, I hope that I not came across as disinterested about learn English!

I am sorry if what I said came across as arrogant, but my football club is more efficient as yours.

I’m sorry if what I said on manuscript was came across for you.

I am sorry if what I said came across as arrogant, but the word ‘presedent’ was written wrong, the right word would be ‘president’.

I am sorry if what I said came across as rude. I didn´t mean it.

Hi Tim,
There is a little mistake in the tittle this podcast in the word “interpretado”. Look: “Inglês Todos os Dias #159: Phrasal verb ‘come across as’ com o significado de ‘ser <<<>>> como”.
😉
Bye

Thanks, Eliane. I’ve just corrected it.


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