Inglês Todos os Dias #131: Phrasal Verbs e Prepositional Verbs – parte 1

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Inglês Todos os Dias #131: Phrasal Verbs e Prepositional Verbs – parte 1

Por que o pronome 'it' às vezes aparece no meio do phrasal verb? Essa foi a pergunta feita por uma ouvinte, mas a resposta não é tão simples assim...

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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Put you cell phones away and listen to this lesson!
It's not so simple!
Slowly but surely.
around, at, down, up, on, in, off, over, put, away
Go away!
Put away
Put your cellphone away. / Put away your cellphone. / Put it away.
-Put away your cellphone!
- Ok, I'll put it away as soon as I…
…as soon as I answer my mother.
Put away your cell phone and answer the question there!

 

 

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Let's practice! Complete the following dialogue in the comments section below:

- Please put away your cell phone! - OK, I'll put it away as soon as I _____________________ .

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52 comments “Inglês Todos os Dias #131: Phrasal Verbs e Prepositional Verbs – parte 1”

Hello, put away the knife, you can cut yourself.
I’ll put it away as soon as I finish to cut this snack 

I’ve cut my finger.  ( Eu acabei de cortar o dedo ).  Is it correct???

I think it is almost correct, cause you need to put word “just” after I`ve.

Or I can say, I ended up cut my finger.  ( eu acabei de cortar meu dedo)

I don`t think so friend. I`ve learnt the way I said you.
ex: I`ve just arrived at work, he has just watched that movie etc. but you have to use present perfect. 

That’s correct, Denilson and Diovani. You can say “I’ve just cut my finger”, or you can simply say “I’ve cut my finger”. It’s optional.  The “just” is implicit [subentendido].

Thank you for the explanation teacher Tim.

Sure, Diovani!

Put your IPad away anda take a look at this lesson!
I’ll put it away as soon as I answer my son’s question…

You seem like a great mother! 🙂

when I have to use in the pass.. how can I say?
Camila put her hair dryer away when she finished to clear her bedroom.

That’s correct, Camila! Just remember that after the verb “finish” you should use the gerund, “finished cleaning her bedroom”.

This Phrasal Verb is very interesting so put it away on your mind. Is it correct to write put it away with this meaning?

It’s not very common to say it that way, but you can, if you want to, Ariol.

Put my stuffs away in my purse

Women have LOTS of stuff in their purses!

_ Put away your passport!
_ Ok, I’ll put it away as soon as I turn off the my phone.

Good job, Fatima!

Thanks for the explanation Diovani and Tim, 

Now, I can speak……  I ended up cut my finger.  (Eu acabei de cortar meu dedo)

Thanks my friends and teacher 

If you say “I ended up cutting my finger”, you are saying “acabei cortando o meu dedo”. If you want to say “acabei DE CORTAR o meu dedo”, the best option is “I’ve (just) cut my finger”.

Put away your cellphone.
OK. I will put it away as soon I finish my conversation on Whatsapp.

As long as your conversation is in English! 🙂

Gil, put your cell phone away, please. OK, I’ll put it away as soon as I tells my mother about my graduation.

Great job! 

-Hey Tim! Put away your cellphone before you drive your car.
– Ok, I’ll put it away as soon as I finish  to listen the lastest podcast in Domine Ingles.

If you’re listening to Domine Ingles you can keep it out! 🙂

Please put away your cell phone! OK, I´ll put it away as soon as I finish watching this video.

I hope it is a Domine Inglês video! 🙂

Yes, sure!

 – Put away your cellphone.
– Ok, I’ll put it away as soon as I help my uncle, give me 10mins.

OK, 10 minutes and no more! 🙂

I will put my cell phone away as soon as Correios brings (or “will bring”?) it to me, because I forgot it at my friend’s house in Manaus 🙁

At least you know where you left it!

Put your cellphone away! Okay, I will put it away as soon I finish listening Tim’s tips an tricks!

Good idea!

Please put away your cell phone!

– OK, I’ll put it away as soon as I call my sister and tell her about this podcast. =)

If you are doing that, you don’t need to put it away! 🙂

Put away your book and cut flowers for your wife!!

Thanks for the advice! hehe

I’ll put it away as soon as I turn it off.

I like so much of your podcasts

Ouvi numa música a expressâo “take the wheel”, na cançâo dizia: “So Jesus, take the wheel ”
Nesse caso seria “tome as rèdeas” ou no popular: “Jesus, toma conta!”?

Tim, como digo em inglês ” você me deu um bolo” not cake. É no sentido de me deixou esperando e n apareceu

That’s correct about “take the wheel”. You want Jesus to be in the driver’s seat of your life!

We’ll do a mini-podcast about “você me deu um bolo”; OK?

Thanks a lot!!

please, put away your clothes. Ok! I’ll put it away as soon as i watch this movie

Put away your cellphone! 
Ok, I’ll put it away as soon as listen the teacher Tim.

Put alway your cellphone to enter in the movie theater.
I’ll put it alway as soon as the movie starts.

Put your cell phone away at the church
I`ll put it away as soon as I send to message to my husband.

Put away your cell phone!

Ok, I’ll put it away as soon as i talk to my mother.

Hi Everyone !
That Lord God put my humbly hearth away on your Powelful and Dear Hands !
Have a great day !

-Put away your cellphone!
– Ok, I’ll put it away as soon as the battery go dead.
(brincadeirinha teacher)

Put the handcuffs away in the drawer after presenting the prisoner.
I’ll put it away as soon as I find the keys.

Ok, I’ll put it away as soon as that drink my juice.

– Put away your cellphone!
– Ok, I´ll put it away as soon as the battery run down.

– Put away your cellphone!
– OK, I’ll put it away as soon as I answer this e-mail.


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