Estou **OLHANDO** para você porque estou **PROCURANDO** alguém que quer aprender mais inglês hoje! Achei! 😀 Então ouça o mini-podcast de hoje e descubra que tanto o verbo **OLHAR** quando o verbo **PROCURAR** empregam a palavra #71 das 100 palavras mais usadas em inglês.

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**FRASES NO MINI-PODCAST DE HOJE:**

I’m recording a mini-podcast right now.

I am looking at a picture of my family.

look

see

I am seeing you.

at

I am looking at you.

I am looking at a picture of my family.

look

look for

looking for something

I am looking for a picture of my family.

I am looking at ______________.

I am looking for ______________.

I’ll look for you there.

**DOMINE Inglês Básico:**

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**Complete these two sentences in the comments section below.**

I am looking at __________________ . I am looking for __________________ .

I am looking at my desktop. I am looking for my cell phone.

I hope you can find it soon, so you can listen to our mini-podcasts on it! 🙂

I am looking at sky. I am looking for a star.

Pretty soon the stars will come out.

Good morning Tim, “pretty soon” is phrasal verbs?

I was looking for my key, when suddenly I looked at the shelf and saw them.

Yes! Good job! 😀

I am looking for a picture of my family

I am looking at a picure of my family

Like me! 😀

I am looking at sea.

I am looking for a blue fish.

That sounds relaxing!

I am looking at my garden

I am looking for a red rose.

Who is it for? 🙂

I am looking at my calculus homework. I am looking for my pencil.

It’s hard to do calculus without a pencil! 🙂

Diogenes looked for a man too long and gave up. He’s looking now at his exhausted lamp.

Gave up? Don’t be so cynical! 😀

I’m looking at my PC.

I’m looking for a better job.

Keep looking and don’t give up – ever!

I am looking at my wife at this moment!

I am looking for time to travel!

Obs: “It´s not necessary to put the preposition “para” in this sentence: “Eu estou olhando a foto”, but I can use it (“eu estou olhando PARA a foto) if I want it.

Thank you for answering my question, Villy. Now in English you need to use it.

I am looking at car.

I am looking for key.

Let’s hope the key isn’t IN the car.

I’m looking at my cell phone.

We’re looking for a job.

Praying you can find one soon!

I am looking at wardrobe. I am looking for my shoes

😀 b

I’m looking for a text;

I looking at a video;

I looking for a video;

😀 b

I’m looking at a skreen; I’m looking for my phone

😀 b

I’m looking at my car; I’m looking for my key’s car.

😀 b

I am looking at the Bovespa chart.

I am looking for the best price to buy Petrobras.

😀 b

I’m looking at macbook. I’m looking for class.

😀 b

I am looking at a magazine. I am looking for a word.

😀 b

I am looking at my emails, I am looking for speakpaper’ email.

😀 b

I am loooking at you and Im loooking for my English book!!

😀 b

I’m looking at my coworker. I’m looking for a chemistry’s article on the internet.

Do you work in a lab? 🙂

Im looking for my sim!

Son!

Did you find it?

I’m looking at your beautiful eyes.

I’m looking for my long black skirt.

Very good!