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    Dica: Past Perfect x Simple Past

    O Past Perfect é formado usando o verbo auxiliar have no passado (had) + o particípio passado do verbo principal.

    Halloween – Vocabulary List

    Lista de vocabulários: bat [morcego] / bones [ossos] / broom [vassoura]

    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.

    Especially or specially?

    Especially means ‘particularly’ or ‘above all’; specially we use specially to talk about the specific purpose of something.

    Talking about the weather

    Veja alguns exemplos expressões usadas em inglês para falar sobre tempo - clima (weather).

    What´s the difference

    Take a look at the difference between the verbs SEE, LOOK and WATCH.

    Time expressions

    Veja algumas palavras e expressões para referir a tempo em inglês no passado, presente e futuro.

    Other ways to say HARD

    HARD = DIFÍCIL   adjetivo difícil: difficult, hard, tough, tricky, arduous, trying duro: hard, tough, stiff, rough, crusty, severe rígido: hard, rigid, stiff, stringent, inflexible, stern árduo: hard, arduous, difficult, tough, painful, trying forte: strong,...

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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.