No episódio #355, aprendemos que podemos usar a gíria “like” para citar alguém. Hoje, vamos ver que podemos usar este gíria “like” para exagerar numa descrição. Ouça a minha sobrinha dizer que é o “melhor suco de uva que ela já tomou” e aprenda mais este uso do “like”.

FRASES NO MINI PODCAST DE HOJE:

Isabella: Free samples of grape juice.
Emily: Is it good?
Isabella: Aw, so good! It’s, like, the best kind!

family outing

You are like me.
What is Brazil like?

And then the dog chased us. And Michael thought it was a big dog. He didn’t see it. And so he went, “Isa, put your arms up!”; and I was, like, “That’s what you do when you see a shark.”


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They were like, so rude.

The water was, like, really cold.

And so he went, “Isa, put your arms up!”; and I was, like, “That’s what you do when you see a shark.”

Isabella: Free samples of grape juice.
Emily: Is it good?
Isabella: Aw, so good! It’s, like, the best kind!

It was like, the best meal I’d ever had.

This horror movie was like, the scariest movie I have ever seen.

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Describe something using “like” to exagerate a little 😉 in the comments section below. 

It/they/he/she was, like, the ___________________________________ I had ever seen/eaten/done/played, etc.

 

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