Dose do Dia – Verbos e Complementos

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Hoje a nossa dica do dia fala um pouco sobre o pequeno it, e como causa problemas para muita gente.

A maioria dos verbos em inglês precisam de um complemento.

Veja o episódio da Grammar Police de hoje:

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A moça disse no episódio: “Because I don’t like”  para responder à pergunta “Why don’t you drink beer”, uma transliteração da frase: “Porque não gosto”. No entanto, o verbo like precisa de um complemento, nesse caso, o pronome it, que substitui a palavra “beer”. Então, a resposta correta seria: Because I don’t like it”Vejamos outros casos:

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Para substituir uma ação, usa-se a preposição “to”.

→ Why don’t you buy a car? Because I don’t want to.

Para substituir um substantivo indefinido, usa-se o pronome “one”.

→ Why don’t you use a computer? Because I don’t have one.

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Agora faça os exercícios:

 


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Phrasal Verbs


Get At, Get Away with, Get On With, Get Out Of, Get By, Get Over

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  1. Tente achar a definição dos 6 verbos idiomáticos
  2. Complete as frases com um dos verbos idiomáticos
  3. Associe os verbos idiomáticos com a sua tradução (aproximada)
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