Já estamos nos Estados Unidos, no momento aqui em Sea Isle City, NJ, passando algum tempo com meus primos. Quando chegamos em New York, passamos à noite em um hotel. Ainda bem que fizemos uma reserva, porque o hotel estava all booked up. Se fossemos walk-in guests, não teríamos conseguido quartos. Vamos então falar sobre o phrasal verb booked up no mini-podcast de hoje.


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FRASES NO MINI PODCAST DE HOJE:

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[note class=”bubble”]Are you a walk-in? Sorry, we’re all booked up.[/note]

[note class=”bubble”]book[/note]

[note class=”bubble”]book a room/flight/table at a restaurant.[/note]

[note class=”bubble”]fully booked[/note]

[note class=”bubble”]booked up[/note]

[note class=”bubble”]check in[/note]

[note class=”bubble”]walk-in[/note]

[note class=”bubble”]Oh, I’m sorry. We are all booked up.[/note]

[note class=”bubble”]I went to… but it was all booked up.[/note]

[note class=”bubble”]It was all booked up.[/note]

[note class=”bubble”]I tried to buy plane tickets in July, but the flight was all booked up.[/note]

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Complete one of these sentences in the comments section below! 

I wanted to go to ___________ , but the hotels were all booked up.

I tried to buy plane ticket to ___________ in __(month)__, but the flights were all booked up.