This reporter ran out to save a man swimming from a sinking car in Texas. Já aprendemos o phrasal verb run out com o sentido de ‘acabar’, ‘ficar sem’, ‘não ter mais’. Mas o que ele significa na frase de hoje?

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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FRASES NO MINI PODCAST DE HOJE:

[note class=”bubble”]run out[/note]

[note class=”bubble”]Look what I’ve just read on facebook.[/note]

[note class=”bubble”]This reporter ran out to save a man.[/note]

[note class=”bubble”]The paper ran out.[/note]

[note class=”bubble”]I ran out of paper.[/note]

[note class=”bubble”]I’m running out of patience![/note]

[note class=”bubble”]We ran out of sugar.[/note]

[note class=”bubble”]We are running out of paper.[/note]

[note class=”bubble”]floods[/note]

[note class=”bubble”]The reporter has just saved a man.[/note]

[note class=”bubble”]I ran out to…[/note]

[note class=”bubble”]I ran out to buy the magazine.[/note]

[note class=”bubble”]I ran out to meet him.[/note]

[note class=”bubble”]run off[/note]

 

VIDEO MENCIONADO:

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https://www.facebook.com/cnn/videos/10154703941956509/

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http://domineingles.webstorelw.com.br/products/present-perfect-em-14-dias

 

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Let’s practice! Complete the sentence (in the comments section below):

ran out to _________________________ .