Neste episódio, tiro as dúvidas sobre essas palavras que geralmente geram problemas de pronúncia, significado, uso e soletração:
THOUGHT = pensar, achar ou pensamento
Nora thought he was seventeen years old.
I have often thought about this problem.
I don’t know why I never thought of that.
I’m trying to think positive thoughts.
Have you ever thought of having children?
THROUGH = por meio de, através
Visitors enter through a side entrance.
He was one of the last of the crowd to pass through the barrier.
I am sure I can feel a vibration through the soles of my feet.
What was going through his mind when he spoke those amazing words?
ALTHOUGH/THOUGH/EVEN THOUGH = embora/mas/muito embora
Although the sun was shining, it wasn’t very warm.
Although small, the kitchen is well designed.
Even though/Though everyone played well, we lost the game.
Our team lost. It was a good game though.
‘Have you ever been to Australia?’ ‘No. I’d like to, though.’
THOROUGH = detalhado, completo, detalhado, minucioso
The police carried out a thorough investigation.
You will need a thorough understanding of the subject.
The doctor gave him a thorough medical examination.