Hoje, eu sent out (enviei) o PDF pilgrims-COMECE-AQUI.pdf para todos os que estão inscritos na nossa lista de e-mails, para verem como funciona o nosso método para o domínio de Phrasal Verbs e expressões do dia a dia.

Agora, por que eu disse que eu sent out (enviei/mandei) o PDF, e não simplesmente usei o verbo sent? Não tem o mesmo significado? Não exatamente. Vou falar sobre isso no mini-podcast de hoje. Ouça aqui!


FRASES NO MINI PODCAST DE HOJE:

I’ve just sent out an e-mail with a special PDF file.
The Persistent Pilgrims


LANCAMENTO HOJE! Clique AQUI
com BÔNUS ESPECIAL até 10/08/2019
(Charlie Brown and the Pilgrims)

I have just sent an e-mail with a special PDF.
I’ve just sent out an e-mail with a special PDF file.

send – sent – sent

out
I’m out of paper.

They threatened to do me in if I didn’t pay.
Phrasal Verbs com a Letra D AQUI

exit
go out

I sent an e-mail to my list/to my friends.

We sent out three hundred invitations to our gallery opening.
Have you sent out the invitations yet?
I sent that out.

“Each episode is a separate tiny adventure; and I send those out – or I have in the past, sent those out – throughout August, so that I could take August off from podcasting…”
Wales

Information was sent out to interested students.

Mayflower
Plymouth, Massachusetts

I am going to send out an e-mail to all my friends _____________________ .

Bon Voyage!

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Let’s practice today’s phrasal verb! Complete this sentence in the comments section below.

I am going to send out an e-mail to all my friends (telling them about… / about… / inviting them to…)

 

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