Tanto o phrasal verb “Stick up for” quanto o phrasal verb “Stand up for” são usados para se dizer defender (alguém ou alguma coisa ou idéia que está sendo criticada ou atacada). Mas como saber quando usar um ou o outro? Ouça o mini-podcast de hoje para descobrir!
FRASES NO MINI PODCAST DE HOJE:
Coby: You have to stand up for what you believe, no matter the cost.
Someone is standing next to the door.
Stand up for your belief.
Stand up for what you believe.
Stand up for your friends.
stand – stood
He stood up for his friends when they were being criticized.
We all have to stand up for our rights.
You need to stand up for yourself.
Sharona: Benjy, you were right.
Benjy: About what?
Sharona: About standing up for that little boy in school. You did the right thing. So now I’m standing up for somebody who can’t protect himself.
Benjy: You mean, Darwin?
stand up for
stick up for
Stand up, stand up for Jesus,
Ye soldiers of the cross;
Lift high his royal banner,
It must not suffer loss.
I stood up for my friend(s) when _______________________ .
I always stand up for my students.
Write a sentence with “stand up for” in the comments section below. Example:
I always stand up for my friend(s) when _____________________. (or)
I stood up for my friend(s) when ________________________ .