Inglês Todos os Dias #164 | ‘Would you mind…’ em inglês

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Inglês Todos os Dias #164 | ‘Would you mind…’ em inglês
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Vamos aprender COMO e QUANDO usar a frase Would you mind...? em inglês para fazer pedidos importantes. Não perca a explicação de hoje, vai lhe ajudar a come across as a nice person!





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Would you mind recording some more podcasts about modals?
can, could, may, might, must, shall, should, would
Tim, could you please record more podcasts about modal verbs?
My nose is stuffed.
I don't mind.
Do you mind?
Would you mind?
Would You Mind . . . ? I’ve found that any question beginning with “Would you mind . . .” tends to be well received. My best guess is that asking a person if he minds is signaling that you have a reasonable request that might be inconvenient. It’s hard to be a jerk and say no to any request that starts with “Would you mind.” The question comes across as honest, while also showing while also showing concern for the other person. It’s a powerful combination. [From the book, How to Fail at Almost Everything and Still Win Big: Kind of the Story of My Life, by Scott Adams]
I would mind.
You would mind.
Would you mind?
can you
Could you...?
Would you mind...?
Would you mind going to our site and participating?
Would you mind coming a little later today?
Would you mind opening the door for me, please?
Would you mind turning up the air conditioner, please?





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16 comments “Inglês Todos os Dias #164 | ‘Would you mind…’ em inglês”

Hi Tim!

Would you mind talking about Conditionals in your new podcast?

Thanks a lot,

Vera Graña (from Spain)

Sure, we can talk about that, too!

Hi Tim,
Would you mind working with me for my English improve?
Please say yes!

Thank you,


Sure, let’s work together on your English! 🙂

Please, would you mind calling a taxi for me??
My cellphone battery died.

Sure, I’d be glad to.

Hi Tim!
It’s Renato again. I didn’t expect to hear my name in your podcast. You really took me by surprise. It was amazing! Would you mind saying my name again in the next podcast? Just kidding!!!! I can’t thank you enough for this serie about modal! I’m think I’m getting the hang of it. Keep it up!

I think you’ve already gotten the hang of it, Renato! 🙂 Your English is great!

Hi Tim,

Today is a beautiful sunny saturday and I’m here studying English because I have a goal to be fluent in English some day. So, do you mind working in weekends? Hehehe… I’m joking!

Have a wonderful weekend!

Bye for now!

*would you mind

Sorry for my mistake! It’s a lack of habit to use “would you mind”.

Sure, Emerson! Let’s study every day! 😀

Would you mind writing your name down, please? (is that correct?) thanks

Sure. Here it is: Timothy Lee Barrett 😀

Hi Tim, I’m sorry if I’m asking to much, but, would you mind talking a little bit about past perfect in your podcasts? Thank you!

Would you mind opening the window for us, please?

Hi Tim, would you mind talking about USA’s culture? I always have great times while listening during my work. Currently I’m living in Canada. That’s why I’m trying improve my English every day.

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