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    Raise x Rise

    Both raise and rise refer to something going up, but there is a difference: Raise


    DIY é a abreviação de "do it yourself" - faça você mesmo.

    Dessert x Desert

    Muitas pessoas se confundem com as palavras desert (deserto) e dessert (sobremesa).


    GONNA   going to     I'm gonna miss you.         GOTTA   have got to     I gotta feeling.     DUNNO   don't know     I dunno where she is.     OUTTA   out of     I'm outta here.     WANNA   want to     I wanna go out.     KINDA   kind of     He's kinda cute.     GIMME   give me     Gimme some water.     WATHCA   what are...

    When do we use because, as, since and for?

    because     The reason is very important in the sentence.         The students could go home earlier because the teacher was ill. Because the teacher was ill, the students...

    Bedroom / Quarto

    Bed = cama / Lamp = luminária / Pillow = travesseiro

    Lista de animais em inglês

    Animal / Tradução Abelha / Bee Águia / Eagle Baleia / Whale

    Good morning, good evening and good night

    Aprenda a diferença entre as expressões: Good morning, good evening and good night

    Lista de cores em inglês

    Amarelo / Yellow Azul / Blue Branco / White Cinza / Gray Laranja / Orange Magenta / Magenta Marrom / Brown

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    A strong person is not the one who doesn’t cry

    A STRONG person is not the one who doesn’t cry. A strong person is the one who cries and sheds tears for a moment, then gets up and fights again.

    Exercise – Gerund after prepositions

    My friend is good ..... playing volleyball.

    Above or over?

    When we use above as a preposition, it means ‘higher than’. Its meaning is close to that of the preposition over. In the following sentences, over can be used instead of above.