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ENGLISH HOMEWORK #46 | Aprenda inglês com “I Miss You”do Blink-182! | Érika e Newton – Inglês por Skype

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Nessa semana trazemos o sucesso  “I Miss You”do  Blink-182! Cante a música e pratique sua pronúncia de inglês! COMPOSITION Description: Describe your first job. How was it? What did you do? What did you learn from it? (150 words) ONLINE GRAMMAR EXERCISES Simple Past Participles IDIOM OF THE WEEK an unknown quantity Meaning: If a thing or a person is an unknown quantity, not much is known about them. For example: The Saints have signed a new player, but he’s an unknown quantity at this stage as very few people have seen him play. We’ve all heard stories about a great new Ferrari engine, but it’s still an unknown quantity as far as racing is concerned. Quick Quiz: Our new sales manager is an unknown quantity because    we don’t like her   we don’t need her   we haven’t met herREADING AND LISTENING The Caliph, Cupid and the Clock by O. Henry We present the short story “The Caliph, Cupid and the Clock” by O. Henry. The story was originally adapted and recorded by the U.S. Department of State.  Prince Micha…

ENGLISH HOMEWORK #44 | Aprenda inglês com  "Photograph" do Ed Sheeran! | Érika e Newton – Inglês por Skype

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Nessa semana trazemos o sucesso "Photograph" do Ed Sheeran! Cante a música e pratique sua pronúncia de inglês! COMPOSITION Comparison: write a text comparing two things! Here are some ideas: Two stages of a person's life Two places you have visited Two perspectives on the same place: past and present Two perspectives on the same place: morning and night Two fast-food restaurants An online class compared to a traditional class (150 words) ONLINE GRAMMAR EXERCISES Passive Voice Reported Speech (Indirect Speech) IDIOM OF THE WEEK get off on the wrong foot Meaning: If you get offon the wrong foot, you start something poorly, or begin with a mistake. For example: I got off on the wrong foot in my new job when I forgot to pass on an important message to the boss. Helen got off on the wrong foot in her performance when she forgot the first few words of the song. Quick Quiz: Peter got off on the wrong foot on his date with Wendy when he made her laugh at a jokehe ordered an expensive bottle of winehe…

ENGLISH HOMEWORK #44 | Aprenda inglês com  "Photograph" do Ed Sheeran! | Érika e Newton – Inglês por Skype

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Nessa semana trazemos o sucesso "Photograph" do Ed Sheeran! Cante a música e pratique sua pronúncia de inglês! COMPOSITION Comparison: write a text comparing two things! Here are some ideas: Two stages of a person's life Two places you have visited Two perspectives on the same place: past and present Two perspectives on the same place: morning and night Two fast-food restaurants An online class compared to a traditional class (150 words) ONLINE GRAMMAR EXERCISES Passive Voice Reported Speech (Indirect Speech) IDIOM OF THE WEEK get off on the wrong foot Meaning: If you get offon the wrong foot, you start something poorly, or begin with a mistake. For example: I got off on the wrong foot in my new job when I forgot to pass on an important message to the boss. Helen got off on the wrong foot in her performance when she forgot the first few words of the song. Quick Quiz: Peter got off on the wrong foot on his date with Wendy when he made her laugh at a jokehe ordered an expensive bottle of winehe…