‘Te conhecer melhor’ em inglês | As 100 Palavras Mais Usadas em Inglês | Palavra #56

‘Te conhecer melhor’ em inglês | As 100 Palavras Mais Usadas em Inglês | Palavra #56

"Eu gostaria de te conhecer melhor!" Você sabe dizer esta frase em inglês?  Bem, tanto o verbo 'saber' quanto o verbo 'conhecer' são a palavra 'know' em inglês. Mas não dizemos "know you better" em inglês. Você precisa entender alguma coisa importante sobre o verbo "know" em inglês para saber dizer "te conhecer melhor", então não deixe de ouvir o mini-podcast de hoje!

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FRASES NO MINI-PODCAST DE HOJE:

I’d like to get to know you better.
know
Nice to meet you.
I know you.
I am getting to know you.
I am getting to know you better.
I like to get to know my students.
I am getting to know my students.
I am getting to know my brother-in-law (better).

 

 
EM BREVE!                   Clique AQUI!

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Quem você está conhecendo melhor? Complete a seguinte frase no setor de comentários abaixo.

I'm getting to know ___________________ (better).

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29 comments “‘Te conhecer melhor’ em inglês | As 100 Palavras Mais Usadas em Inglês | Palavra #56”

I’m getting to know my new co-worker better, after all we’ve been working together since the begining of the year.

I hope you two get along well.

I am getting to know my capacity to learn more English.

You can go far!

I like to get to know my friends better.

Yes, relationships are very important for our mental health.

I am getting to know my english classmates better.

That’s great! Do you speak to them only in English?

I’m getting to know english grama better!

That’s great! Keep up the good work!

I’d like yo get to know you better Tim, but like a friend, don’t make mistakes.. lol.

One question Tim, why do you use “yo” in sentence? What does that mean? Is it wrong to say “I’d like get to know better”?

Thanks.. see ya 🙂

I understood how you meant it! 😀 Answering your question, “yo” is a slang (gíria). You can learn to use it here: https://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=yo <==Link Just correcing your sentence up there: "I'd like to get to know you better."

I am getting to know my dog better

A life-long friendship!

I’m getting to know my friend at work better.

That’s great. I hope you two get along well.

I´m getting to know my co-worker better!!

It’s important to have a good relationship with coworkers. 

Im getting to know myself better!

That’s not easy, is it?

I’d like to get to know you (Tim) better

Who knows one day we can have a Domine Ingles get-together. 

When a good little girl is getting to know a boy she must not let he knows her (in biblical sense) immediately.

I’d like to get to know myself better. i’m not getting to know myself.

I’d like to get to know my new co-worker better, we are working together for some months.

I’m getting to know you Tim hahaha

I am getting to know you much better

Now I can say I get to know English better

I am getting to know my new friends better.


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