Estou indo para a sua casa para estudarmos inglês juntos; OK? E hoje vamos ver porque usamos o verbo come e não o verbo go para dizer “estou indo para a sua casa” em inglês.

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FRASES NO MINI-PODCAST DE HOJE:

I’m coming to your house to study English with you.

Can I come?

I am going to the mall.

come

Come here!

I am coming to your house to study English.

We are going.

We are coming.

I am coming to your house to ___________________.

I am coming to your house to study English.

I am coming to your house to eat.

I am coming to your house to help you.

I am coming to read your comment.

DOMINE Inglês Básico:


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Complete these two sentences in the comments section below.

I’m coming to your house to ___________________________ .

40 Comments

  1. Villy

    I´m coming to your house to meet you.

    Reply
    • timandtammy

      Great! It will be a pleasure.

      Reply
  2. Lucas Peter

    I`m coming to your house to clean my car without fail.

    Reply
    • timandtammy

      You clean MY car, or I clean YOUR car? 😀

      Reply
  3. Anne & Elle

    We’re coming to your house to eat some cookies! 🙂

    Reply
    • timandtammy

      OK! I hope someone here makes them soon! 😀

      Reply
  4. Larissa

    I’m coming to your country to spend my vacations.

    Reply
    • timandtammy

      That’s great! I hope you enjoy it!

      Reply
  5. Orlando

    I’m coming to your house to have these jobs stop when our teacher is recording your podcasts.

    Reply
    • Tim Barrett

      OK. You can help me record one. 🙂

      Reply
  6. Shelton Smyth

    I can see the forest from my house

    Reply
    • Tim Barrett

      Do you live in the country?

      Reply
    • timandtammy

      Great! I’ll get our my guitar!

      Reply
    • timandtammy

      OK. See you soon!

      Reply
  7. Henrique

    E quando eu não sei se a pessoa com quem eu estou conversando está ou não naquele lugar, o que eu falo?

    Reply
    • timandtammy

      Geralmente você saberia, mas no caso, você diria que está “going” mesmo. E se a pessoa dissesse, “I’m here”, daí você diria, “I’m coming then!”

      Reply
  8. Gustavo

    Eu uso o Deezer para escutar o podcast “Ingles todos os dias”. Mas desde ontem não está funcionando. Voces cancelaram o podcast no DEEZER?

    Reply
    • timandtammy

      Olá, Gustavo. Tivemos um problema com o site que está sendo arrumado. Vamos ver se o podcast de amanhã aparece no Deezer.

      Reply
  9. Helena

    I’m coming to the gym to work out with you. What time will you leave?

    Reply
    • timandtammy

      As soon as I finish answering comments here. 🙂

      Reply
  10. Rosana Silva Portela

    I am coming to your house to talk to you about some doubts in English!

    Reply
    • timandtammy

      OK, let’s mark a time. 🙂

      Reply
  11. Alessandra Rodrigues

    Hello, Tim! Em que contexto eu utilizo “come back” e “go back”? Thank you a lot!

    Reply
    • Tim Barrett

      Do mesmo jeito, você diria “I’m coming back” se a pessoa estiver no lugar que você está indo.

      Reply
  12. Rodolfo

    I am coming to your house to practise english.

    Reply
    • Tim Barrett

      😀 b

      Reply
  13. Lúcio Mauro Turcatti

    I´m coming to your house to give you a dog ( another beagle )…hehehe

    Reply
    • Tim Barrett

      Noooooooo!

      Reply
  14. Denilson

    If you are at home, I’m coming there to have an açai and say hello

    Reply
    • Tim Barrett

      😀 b

      Reply
  15. Graziela

    I’m coming to your house to play with your dog.

    Reply
    • Tim Barrett

      She’s a beagle, so you are warned! 😀

      Reply
  16. Fabio

    I am coming to your house tô game

    Reply
    • Tim Barrett

      OK. We’re waiting!

      Reply
  17. Luciana

    Hey Tim. Is it correct to say… I’m coming to your house and will TAKE you some wine? Sometimes I get confused with BRING and TAKE. Do you have any podcast showing the difference between these 2 words?
    By the way… I’m your fan, I listen to your podcasts everyday on Spotify and WEB while I’m driving to work. I’ve registered my email to be notified when your course is available.

    Reply
    • Tim Barrett

      Olá, Luciana. Que legal! Obrigado por nos acompanhar. Quanto à sua pergunta, “bring” corresponde a “come”, e “take” a “go”. Então, neste caso, você diria: “I’m going to bring you some wine.”

      Reply
  18. Hercília

    I’m coming to your house to celebrate your birthday.

    Reply
    • Tim Barrett

      Great! Bring the cake! 😀

      Reply

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