O assunto não é muito agradável hoje, mas já que estamos conversando sobre diferentes maneiras de se dizer ‘acabar / terminar’ em inglês, temos que falar sobre este phrasal verb que significa ‘terminar um relacionamento’.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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Frases no mini podcast de hoje:

[note class=”bubble”]My friend broke up with his girlfriend.[/note]
[note class=”bubble”]”It’s not you, it’s me;
And me don’t like you.
It’s not you, it’s I;
And I’m breaking up with you.”
– Wait! Are you actually trying to dump me by video chat with your best friend singing backup?[/note]
[note class=”bubble”]funny little ditty[/note]
[note class=”bubble”]break up[/note]
[note class=”bubble”]That’s very sad![/note]
[note class=”bubble”]Have you heard that John and Mary broke up?[/note]
[note class=”bubble”]breaking up[/note]
[note class=”bubble”]Did Yoko Ono break up The Beatles?[/note]
[note class=”bubble”]Did The Beatles break up because of Yoko Ono?[/note]
[note class=”bubble”]Why did The Beatles break up?[/note]
[note class=”bubble”]If you broke up with your boyfriend or girlfriend…[/note]
[note class=”bubble”]There is life after a breakup.[/note]
[note class=”bubble”]How to get over a breakup.[/note]
[note class=”bubble”]Have you ever broken up with anyone?[/note]
[note class=”bubble”]What did you do to get over the breakup?[/note]

Link do vídeo com o “funny little diddy”:

 

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Phrasal Verbs with B here.
Phrasal Verbs with G here.
Phrasal Verbs with GET here.
Present Perfect Course here.

 

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Tarefa de hoje: Responda as seguintes perguntas no setor de comentários abaixo.

Have you ever broken up with anyone? What did you do to get over the breakup?