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Diálogos em inglês com nativos

Diálogos em inglês com nativos - ingles winner

Hello friends and welcome back to another post!

Desta vez veremos dois diálogos em inglês com nativos. Após os diálogos, veremos o vocabulário e alguns exercícios para você testar seus conhecimentos. So, let’s get started!

 

Diálogo 1

 

Mary: Hi, my name’s Mary. What’s your name? — Oi, meu nome é Mary. Qual é o seu nome?

Jim: My name’s Jim. Pleased to meet you. — Meu nome é Jim. Prazer em conhecê-la.

Mary: It’s nice to meet you too, Jim. Where are you from? — É um prazer te conhecer também, Jim. De onde você é?

Jim: I’m from Toronto, and you? — Eu sou de Toronto, e você?

Mary: I’m from Chicago. What brings you to Chicago? — Eu sou de Chicago. O que te traz a Chicago?

Jim: I am studying at the university. — Eu estou estudando na universidade.

Mary: I study there too. — Eu estudo lá também.

 

Diálogo 2

 

George: Hello. What’s your name? — Olá. Qual é o seu nome?

Susan: My name is Susan, and you? — Meu nome é Susan, e o seu?

George: My name is George. Hey Susan, where are you from? — Meu nome é George. Ei Susan, de onde você é?

Susan: I’m from Detroit. How about you? — Eu sou de Detroit. E você?

George: I’m from Minneapolis. Well, it’s nice to meet you Susan. — Eu sou de Minneapolis. Bem, é um prazer te conhecer Susan.

Susan: It’s nice to meet you too George. — É um prazer te conhecer também George.

 

Vocabulário

 

What’s your name – tell me your name. — Qual é o seu nome?

I’m pleased to meet you or it’s nice to meet you – courteous response when meeting someone. — É um prazer te conhecer.

It’s nice to meet you too – courteous reply. — É um prazer te conhecer também.

Hey – informal word often used to start a question. — Ei, oi.

I’m from – used to tell country of origin. — Eu sou de…

And you? How about you? – used to ask the same question to another person. — E você?

What brings you to… – Why are you here? — O que te traz…

 

Perguntas – Diálogo 1

 

What’s you name?

  1. My name’s Mary.
  2. I’m from Toronto.
  3. It’s nice to meet you.

Where are you from?

  1. My name’s Mary.
  2. I’m from Toronto.
  3. It’s nice to meet you.

I’m pleased to meet you.

  1. My name’s Mary.
  2. I’m from Toronto.
  3. It’s nice to meet you.

 

Respostas

1, 2, 3.

 

Perguntas – Diálogo 2

 

What’s your name?

  1. It’s nice to meet you too.
  2. I’m from Detroit.
  3. My name’s George.

Where are you from?

  1. It’s nice to meet you too.
  2. I’m from Detroit.
  3. My name’s George.

I’m pleased to meet you.

  1. It’s nice to meet you too.
  2. I’m from Detroit.
  3. My name’s George.

 

Respostas

3, 2, 1.

 

Exercícios de gramática

 

My name… Susan.

  1. is.
  2. are.
  3. am.

Where … you from?

  1. is.
  2. are.
  3. am.

I… studying at the University.

  1. is.
  2. are.
  3. am.

 

Respostas

1, 2, 3.

 

Amigos, ficamos por aqui hoje. Não esqueça de assistir ao vídeos para poder acompanhar ouvindo os diálogos em inglês com nativos. Confira também conversação em inglês para aumentar seu vocabulário. Até a próxima!

 

TRANSCRIÇÃO DO VÍDEO

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Meeting someone new. Hi, my name’s Mary. What’s your name? My name’s Jim. Pleased to meet you. It’s nice to meet you too, Jim. Where are you from? I’m from Toronto, and you? I’m from Chicago. What brings you to Chicago? I am studying at the university. I study there too. Hello. What’s your name? My name is Susan, and you? My name is George. Hey Susan, where are you from? I’m from Detroit. How about you? I’m from Minneapolis. Well, it’s nice to meet you Susan. It’s nice to meet you too George. Vocabulary. What’s your name – tell me your name. I’m pleased to meet you or it’s nice to meet you – courteous response when meeting someone. It’s nice to meet you too – courteous reply. Hey – informal word often used to start a question. I’m from – used to tell country of origin. And you? How about you? – used to ask the same question to another person. What brings you to… – Why are you here? Questions dialog 1. What’s you name? a. My name’s Mary. b. I’m from Toronto. c. It’s nice to meet you. Where are you from? a. My name’s Mary. b. I’m from Toronto. c. It’s nice to meet you. I’m pleased to meet you. a. My name’s Mary. b. I’m from Toronto. c. It’s nice to meet you. Questions dialog 2. What’s your name? a. It’s nice to meet you too. b. I’m from Detroit. c. My name’s George. Where are you from? a. It’s nice to meet you too. b. I’m from Detroit. c. My name’s George. I’m pleased to meet you. a. It’s nice to meet you too. b. I’m from Detroit. c. My name’s George. Grammar exercises. My name… Susan. a. is. b. are. c. am. Where … you from? a. is. b. are. c. am. I… studying at the University. a. is. b. are. c. am.

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