Vou precisar ‘take a rain check’ neste feriado | Inglês Todos os Dias #334

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Vou precisar ‘take a rain check’ neste feriado | Inglês Todos os Dias #334

Um amigo nos convidou para passarmos o feriado na sua chácara na sexta-feira, mas precisamos 'take a rain check' nisto. Então vamos falar sobre a expressão 'take a rain check' em inglês no mini-podcast de hoje.


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FRASES NO MINI PODCAST DE HOJE:

I’m sorry, we already have plans for the weekend. Do you mind if we take a rain check on that?
a friend of ours
We already have plans for Friday.
Do you mind if we take a rain check?
take a rain check
I think I’ll have to take a rain check.
Do you mind if we take a rain check on that?
I’ll have to take a rain check on that drink tonight.
Can I take a rain check on that?
We will have to take a rain check on visiting our friend this weekend.
Do you mind if we take a rain check on that?
I will have to take a rain check on ________________.
I will have to take a rain check on the trip.
I will have to take a rain check on traveling.

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What are you going to have to take a rain check on? Tell us about it in the comments section below. 

I will have to take a rain check on ___________________________ .

 

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33 comments “Vou precisar ‘take a rain check’ neste feriado | Inglês Todos os Dias #334”

I’ll have to take a rain check on studying english today because I’m so tired.

OK. Come back later, though!

I’m sorry but I gonna to have to take a rain check the payment, because I didn’t receive yet.

OK. You may settle when you get paid.

I’m sorry but I take a rain check on the cinema, because I have to cook for my wife today.

She’ll love that! 😀

We’ll have to take a rain check on traveling to Disney next year. We have to resolve some priorities.

Hopefully, next year!

I’ll have to take a rain check on traveling to Florida because I’ve had a lot of work this time of year, by the way, Tim you sad that expression “Do you mind” means “Voce se importa” but is there this sentence in the negative form, something like that : Voce NÃO se importa?

In English, we usually use the positive form: Do you mind…?

We will have to take a rain check for dinner this Saturday.

Oh, that’s too bad! 🙁

I will have to take a rain check on going to the supermarket today.

Do you have enough groceries at home?

I feel so sorry! I’ll have to take a rain check on our meeting because my car is broken.

That’s OK. We’ll have our meeting tomorrow!

I will have to take a rain check on travelling.

That’s too bad. Hope you came make the trip soon.

I’ll have have to take a rain check on working out.

Just today!

I will have to take a rain check on going to the gym today.

But you’d better get back to the gym tomorrow! 🙂

But you’d better get back to the gym tomorrow! 🙂

I’ll have to take a rain check on travelling because I need to improve my english studying all the weekend.

Then you can celebrate and take your trip!

My weekend is so busy, can I have to take a rain check on this party?

Remember: All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy! 🙂

My trip to Canadá take a rain check because now,I have to do my son.

Is he a newborn? Congratulations! He is surely worth the “raincheck”. 🙂

Hi Tim. I’ll have to take a rain check on my english classes………
just kidding, haha. I won’t stop studying. Thanks for all tips!!!

Glad you were just joking! 😉

Ooh sorry, I’ll have to take a rain check on listening music, because now I’m listening English podcasts

Then you can go back to listening to music – in English! 🙂


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