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#95 | News: Brazilian Amazon released more carbon than it absorbed over past 10 years

Vocabulary RELEASE = liberar; soltar. “Brazilian Amazon released more carbon than it absorbed over past 10 years.” FIGURE = número. “…it is the first time that we have figures showing that the Brazilian Amazon has flipped. DEFORESTATION = desmatamento. “The study also showed that deforestation […] increased nearly four-fold in 2019” International team of researchers… Continuar Lendo →

#93 | Poem: If by Rudyard Kipling

Vocabulary BEAR = suportar; aguentar. “If you can bear to hear the truth you’ve spoken” KNAVES = canalhas, pessoas desonestas. “Twisted by knaves to make a trap for fools” WORN-OUT = desgastado. “…and build’em up with worn-out tools” IfRudyard Kipling If you can keep your head when all about youAre losing theirs and blaming it… Continuar Lendo →

#92 | Diferença entre FUN e FUNNY em inglês

As palavras FUN e FUNNY têm significado e usos diferentes em inglês e é importante que suas diferenças sejam esclarecidas. Para início de conversa, FUN significa ‘divertido’ e FUNNY, ‘engraçado’ (algo que faz rir). FUN Vejamos alguns exemplos com FUN e observe os collocations: We had such fun together.It was fun to go to the beach with Rita’s family.I… Continuar Lendo →

#89 | Short bio: Bill Gates

Vocabulary BLOSSOM = florescer; desenvolver-se. “He blossomed in nearly all his subjects.” LOUSY = péssimo. “Success is a lousy teacher. It seduces smart people into thinking they can’t lose.” ULTIMATE = melhor; mais importante. “He had become the PC industry’s ultimate kingmaker.” Bill Gates Gates was born William Henry Gates III on October 28, 1955,… Continuar Lendo →

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