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segunda-feira, 2 de julho de 2018

English experts, excellent website

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Hello everyone, how's your English improvements? Today's topic is about a great website, ENGLISH EXPERTS. There you'll find a lots of tips in order to practice and improve your English. For sure is an English site in develop for Professor Donay, for more information, acess Here 

quinta-feira, 21 de junho de 2018

English tips: Lyrics by Just the Way You Ar/Bruno Mars

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Hello everyone, this is one of my favorite website, English Exercises provides for you a special method of English lyrics. This one is about Just the way you are by Bruno Mars. There are a lots of Engish tips for English and Teachers. Just acess the link HERE

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sexta-feira, 27 de abril de 2018

Espresso English: 10 English Phrasal Verbs About Socializing

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Phrasal Verbs in Conversation Course

Ask (Someone) Over

If you ask someone over, you invite the person to your house or apartment:
“My roommates and I are going to ask our English teacher over for lunch.”

Ask (Someone) Out

If you ask someone out, you invite the person to go out for a romantic encounter:
“Bill asked me out, but I turned him down (said no). He’s just not my type.”

Come Over

When a person comes over, they arrive at your house or apartment:
“Why don’t you come over to my place after class? We can work on the project together.”

Bring Over

To bring something over is to bring an object to the other person’s house or apartment:
“I’ll bring over my DVD collection so that we can watch some movies.”

Have (Someone) Over

Have over is the general word for having people visit your house/apartment:
“We’re having about 15 people over for Thanksgiving dinner.”

Pop In / Stop In / Stop By

These phrasal verbs mean to enter a place for a short period of time:
“I just stopped by to say hi – I need to go in about ten minutes.”

Drop In

Drop in means to visit unexpectedly:
“My sister always drops in while I’m in the middle of doing something important. I wish she’d call me before she came over.”

Drop (Someone) Off

Drop off is when you take somebody in your car and then leave them in another place:
“I’m going to drop my husband off at the airport. He’s traveling to London.”

Pick (Someone) Up

Pick up is the opposite of “drop off.” If you pick someone up, you go drive to a place and get someone into your car. Remember that you drop someone off at a place, and you pick someone up from a place.
“My husband returns from London on Thursday – I’ll pick him up from the airport around noon.”

Meet Up With (Someone)

To meet up with someone is to get together at a particular time and place:
“I’m going to meet up with some friends at the bar at 8:30.”

Bonus Idiom: “Take A Rain Check”

“We’re going to play basketball tomorrow afternoon. Do you want to join us?”
I’ll have to take a rain check – my boyfriend and I are going to see a concert. Maybe another time!”
“I’ll take a rain check” is a response to a social invitation if you can’t go, but you hope the person asks you again in the future.

sábado, 31 de março de 2018

Espresso English: 100 commons errors in English!

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quarta-feira, 7 de março de 2018

Kids page, a great website for English teachers and learners

Kids page is a great English content available for free, this website provide for English teachers, parents and children a collection of flashcard, worksheets, free coloring pages, an alphabet, just access the link and you are getting in touch a real English. Keep in touch and never give up your dreams. 

quarta-feira, 3 de janeiro de 2018

Como digo ir direto ao assunto em Inglês?

targetInicialmente, expressões idiomáticas não se traduz ao pé da letra, como usamos algumas em nossa língua, no Inglês é diferente. Não esqueça que o contexto é importante, por isso, não perca o foco. A expressão Get straight to the point (ir direto ao assunto, não dá arrodeio). Veja alguns exemplos tirado do blog Influx, outra expressão cute to the chase também pode ser empregada. Confira abaixo. 
Podemos usar essa expressão com algumas variações. Veja:
Stop beating around the bush and get straight to the point. (Pare de se enrolar e vá direto ao assunto.)
Let me go straight to the point. I don’t love you anymore. (Deixe-me ir direito ao assunto. Eu não te amo mais.)
I'll come straight to the point. You're fired. (Eu vou direto ao assunto. Você está demitido.)
Percebam que em todas as frases temos o sentido de ir direto ao assunto em sua equivalência, apesar de utilizarmos “go”, “get” e “come”. Todas estas combinações são comuns com “...straight to the point.”
Gostaria de aproveitar a oportunidade e compartilhar mais algumas expressões que possuem um significado parecido.
Cut to the chase
Just cut to the chase, I don’t have all day. (Vá direto ao assunto, não tenho o dia todo.)
Get down to business / Get down to work

Can we just get down to business? I need to go to the bank in a few minutes. (Podemos ir direto ao assunto? Eu preciso ir ao banco daqui alguns minutos.)
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