Quando eu terminar a minha explicação no mini-podcast de hoje, você saberá dizer “quando eu terminar” em inglês! (I hope! 🙂 )

 
  
 
 
 
 
 
 
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Frases no mini podcast de hoje:

[note class=”bubble”]”Today you’ll do ‘Start My Day’ with all of the modules you’ve learned so far, including the new ‘observe and change module’. Go ahead and do that now, and I’ll see you when you’re done.[/note]
[note class=”bubble”]The meeting is over. / Class is over. / The concert is over. / Our relationship isn’t over.[/note]
[note class=”bubble”]I finished. / I’m finished.[/note]
[note class=”bubble”]I am done. / I’m done.[/note]
[note class=”bubble”]Cakes are done; people are finished. / The cake is done. / well done[/note]
[note class=”bubble”]As soon as I’m done, I’m going to give you an assignment.[/note]
[note class=”bubble”]Are you done with your homework (yet)?[/note]
[note class=”bubble”]Are you done with this magazine?[/note]
[note class=”bubble”]Are you done with your homework?[/note]
[note class=”bubble”]Wait! I’m not done![/note]
[note class=”bubble”]I’m done eating.[/note]
[note class=”bubble”]Are you done using my pen? / Are you done with my pen?[/note]
[note class=”bubble”]All done! / All done?[/note]
[note class=”bubble”]I’m done with my explanation; but you are not done![/note]
[note class=”bubble”]When I’m done studying… / When I’m done with this task/assignment…[/note]

Primeiro mini-podcast sobre este assunto:

Inglês Todos os Dias #70: O jogo só acaba quando termina! – Como dizer ‘terminar, acabar’ em inglês (parte 1)

 

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Agora vamos praticar (no setor de comentários)! Complete a frase:

When I’m done _______ing, I’m going to _________ . (or) When I’m done with _______, I’m going to ________ .