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A Casinha da Cys é um lugar para trocar experiências sobre filhos e família. Um cantinho com informações e dicas para toda família. Pode entrar e fique à vontade!!!
quarta-feira, novembro 28, 2012 | | 33 Comments
A Letter to a Friend - 2 men talking on the phone about a letter.
A Traffic Accident - Oh my Gosh, there's a big hole in the road.
A Trip - I want to take a trip to someplace different.
Advertising on TV - Listen to 2 men talking about Korean TV vs. American TV.
At a Bus Depot - Where can I get a cup of coffee? The bus is a cheap way to go.
At a Cafeteria - All right, Son, get what you want. It's your birthday.
At a Drugstore - Let's get a hamburger at the drugstore.
At a Hotel - Do you feel any jet lag? Call room service and order coffee.
At a Museum - I understand we can rent a guide. Not a live guide, but a gadge
At a Restaurant - Are you ready to order, sir?
At the Airport / Going through Customs - Do you have anything to declare.
At the Movies - How about taking in a show?
At the Post Office - I want to send the letter to Korea airmail.
Staying at a hotel
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Lots of number games to play from dominoes to sudoku, plus songs to listen to puzzles.
Walking up to a department store's fabric counter, a pretty girl asked the clerk, "I want to buy this material for a new dress. How much does this cost?"
"Only a kiss a yard, " replied the smirking male clerk.
"That's fine," replied the girl. "I'll take ten yards."
With expectation and anticipation showing all over his face, the clerk hurriedly measured out and wrapped the cloth, then held it out teasingly.
The girl took the package, smiled a big smile at the clerk, and then pointed to an old man standing next to her. "Grandpa will pay the bill! Goodbye!" she laughed and walked away.
Links com mais "Easy Stories"
Dan's Kitchen (There is, There are, and They are)
Mary and John (But, Too, and Either)
It Happened to Me Stories
Please do the example story first to understand the directions.
Working at the Bank
Into the Garbage
The Lost Feast
Shopping on the Internet
Museums in San Francisco
Information about Job Interviews
Recycling and the Environment
Finding an Apartment
Agreeing and disagreeing
"I think you're right.""I agree with you."
"I couldn't agree with you more.""You're absolutely right.""I agree entirely.""I totally agree."
Agreeing in part
"I agree with you up to a point, but...""That's quite true, but...""I agree with you in principle, but..."
"I'm not sure I agree with you.""(I'm afraid) I don't agree.""(I'm afraid) I disagree.""(I'm afraid) I can't agree with you.""(I'm afraid) I don't share your opinion."
Note that when you disagree with someone, you can often soundmore polite by using a phrase such as "I'm afraid..."
"I don't agree at all.""I totally disagree.""I couldn't agree with you less."
HOLIDAYS AND SPECIAL OCCASIONS
FOOD AND DRINK
GOVERNMENT & POLITICS
SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
TRADE AND INDUSTRY
MAPS OF BRITAIN AND IRELAND
LEGENDS OF BRITAIN
How to Start a Conversation
Use this handy card whenever you want to start a conversation with a British person. Just look them in the eye and say the conversation starter for your level. It’s as easy as that!
It’s a nice day today, isn’t it?
Bit of a cold wind today, isn’t there?
Looks like we’re in for some rain later.
A trough of low pressure is sweeping down from south-east Iceland, bringing fog and frost to low lying areas, with scattered thunderstorms in the west and a belt of rain, which may fall as sleet or snow over the Pennines, moving across the whole country by tomorrow lunchtime.
Don’t worry if you can’t understand their reply—just keep smiling!
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You can find more about Brintain in:
Neste link, você poderá ouvir (inclui o texto):
- Welcoming tourists
- Describing the location
- Introducing special events and offers
- Offering advice
- Closing remarks
- Check your understanding
A B C DE F G H IJKL M N O P Q R S TU V WXYZ
Future, indicated by "go"
future perfect tense
future progressive tense
"Go" (to indicate the immediate future)
Habitual actions in the past
"-ing" (present participle)
Irregular past participles
Irregular verb forms
Modal verbs ("will," "should," etc.)
Near future tense
Order of prepositions
Order of pronouns
Order of words
Past (habitual past)
Past participles (irregular)
Plural of adjectives
Plural of nouns
Prepositions & verbs
Present perfect progressive
Preterit (irregular forms)
Progressive, present perfect
Pronouns, subject / object
Verbs (general information)
Verbs with prepositions
Which (relative pronoun)
Which (interrogative adjective and pronoun)
Who, what, when (question words)