Inglês Todos os Dias #20: get through (3o significado) – o original!

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Inglês Todos os Dias #20: get through (3o significado) – o original!
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Recentemente ensinamos dois significados do phrasal verb "get through". Hoje vou ensinar o significado mais simples deste phrasal verb, que talvez ajude a entender os outros.

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Frases no mini podcast de hoje:

I got through college.
I got through all my work today.
I can't get through to my boss just how serious the problem is.
But Lieutenant Colonel Abrams is convinced he and his men can get through.
I finally got through to my boss!
We need to get through to the government just how frustrated we are.
We couldn't get through the hard concrete with a drill.



Links mencionados no podcast:

Inglês Todos os Dias #13: Consegui terminar o livro

Inglês Todos os Dias #14: Cuidado com a tradução de Phrasal Verbs

Inglês Todos os Dias #15: get through (2o significado)

DOMINE centenas de phrasal verbs:


Did you understand the importance of the phrasal verb "get through"? Did I get through to you? [consegui 'pentrar a sua cabeça' e faze-lo entender? :-)] Please talk to me below.

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7 comments “Inglês Todos os Dias #20: get through (3o significado) – o original!”

Ingles Todos os Dias #20.
For me were 40. Because I hear not less than twice each.
I am starved for knowledge. Saulo =Beginner=

That’s great, Saulo! Thank you for your comment. Keep up the good work!

Muito boa a explicação começo a entender que ao contrário de se preocupar com as palavras isoladas precisamos entender os phrasal verbs no contexto.


Exatamente, Marcelino. Vou tentar enfatizar isso nos próximos podcasts também.

Hi Tim,

Once again thanks a lot for the phrasal verbs, always very useful, because sometimes
we don´t find the words to say something and… here you are… it´s a phrasal verb (a mistery for us rsrsr), … I´m getting the hang of it, but just natives have a knack for.

See you

And you’re doing a great job – as a constant learner and great teacher, Gabriela!

Phrasal verbs is very hard, but it is an evil necessary, lol…
Thanks a lot, Tim, you are the best teacheR!!!!

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