O que dizer quando estiver ‘sem ideias’ em inglês | As 100 Palavras Mais Usadas em Inglês | Palavra #40

O que dizer quando estiver ‘sem ideias’ em inglês | As 100 Palavras Mais Usadas em Inglês | Palavra #40

Para dizer que você está sem ideias em inglês, você vai precisar usar a 40a palavra mais comum na lingua inglês, o advérbio OUT. Vamos conversar sobre isso no mini-podcast de hoje! E eu espero que você não esteja sem ideias para participar no setor de comentários abaixo depois!

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FRASES NO MINI-PODCAST DE HOJE:

I am out of ideas for a mini podcast.
out
Get out!
go out
of
out of
I am
You are
He is
She is
We are
I am out of ideas for podcasts.
We are out of sugar.
We're out of paper.
I am out of...

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I'm/We're out of _________________________ .

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48 comments “O que dizer quando estiver ‘sem ideias’ em inglês | As 100 Palavras Mais Usadas em Inglês | Palavra #40”

I’m out of fed up to hear about politics in Brasil. (Eu estou sem vontade (sem saco) para ouvir sobre política no Brasil).   Is it right??

Good try, Denilson; but unfortunately you can’t say it that way. “I’m out of” is only to say that you used something and don’t have it anymore. “Eu estou sem vontade de” seria “I don’t feel like…”

Thanks Tim, as always is a good tip

Hello,

I´m out of money. 🙁

See you next mini podcast

Aren’t we all! 😀

We’re out of Nutella

Time to go to the grocery store!

I’m out of tea 

Oh, no! Let’s buy some!

Hello I’m out of free time

Too busy?

Hi, I am out of free time for studying more English. Nowdays, I have been worked a lot. But Next week I am going to take a vacation. I need to relax a bit.

Best Regards.

Cristiano Costa

That’s great! Enjoy your vacation, Cristiano!

We’re out of jobs into Brazil because our politicians are corrupt

That’s too bad!

I am out of money to travel!

Too bad! I hope you can find something fun and free to do near home!

We’re ouf of Tim in Brazil, come back soon! XD. I have a question about “de” and when we must use “de” . Ex; Tim’s Car (Carro do Tim) , Car door (Porta do Carro), Tim is a figure of good health. (Tim é um exemplo de boa saúde). Como vou saber qual “de” usar Tim?

Actually, you are already using them right! But maybe we can do a mini-podcast about that soon!

I’am out of mobile Internet

What a bummer!

I’m dont have ideas!
It’s wrong?

That’s correct, Fernando. We usually add ‘any’ to this sentence, like this: I don’t have any ideas.

I’m out of time. 

Aren’t we all!

I am out of space in my bag

Sounds like my wife’s pocketbook.

I’m out of money

Welcome to the club! 😀

If you guys are crazy, I’M OUT OF MY MIND! (LOL)

Has it come to that?! 😀

My mother is out of coat for the winter.

Oh, no! You’d better buy her one.

I’m out of money to buy a new car.

That’s too bad. 🙁

I’m out of words.

You’re never out of words! 😀

i´m out of patience

You, too? Uh-oh!

i am out of patience.

Oh, no! 🙂

I’m out of money in the bank 🙁

That’s a problem! 🙂

I´m out of gas for my car.

Time to fill’er up!

I am out of patience with my boss

I am out of money!!

I’m out of milk for our breakfast.


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