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!

I’m looking at the full moon.

I’m looking for my black pant.

I am looking at my computer.

I am looking for my glasses.