quarta-feira, 24 de outubro de 2018

Mr . Leonard - We're going to check together what's going on in all over the world .

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Let´s  start  our  show  on the  road  again , right now . As  you know , we`re  going to do this one twice  a week . But , please , ckeck it everyday , ok ! 

Grammar , Speaking , Listening , Reading and  Writing  . 

Do you know how to use it ?

Could you tell  me , please , what´s the meaning of 
Could you tell me , plaease , what  does that mean ?
Could you tell me , please , what does it mean ?

Could you tell me , please , what it means ... ? 

Let´s  check  together how to use all  the  days  of  the  week .




Today                                          
Yesterday     
Tomorrow
The  day before yesterday   
The  day after  tomorrow

Exercícios on line . ( Click )





October 30.10.2018 .

Home work . Please read  aloud and translate . (  Voz alta ) .

Why is to hard to say " red lorry , yellow lorry " ? Because your brain gets confused ( not your tongue ) . To prove this , try to mentally articulate " red lorry , yellow lorry " three  times in rapid succession , without moving your lips . Then do the same with the phrase " red lorry , yellow lorry " . Your brain probably has trouble with the first phrase , but not with the second . 
Now try to say " the big black bug bit the big black bear but the big black bear bit the big black bug back and I saw Suzie sitting in a shoe shine shop , where she shines she sits and where she sits she shines  .
How can you explain that ?  The answer is that the brain has to "plan " each sound in series of the words or syllables before you can say it . When two or more similar sounds occur close together the brain gets confused in its plan , and you stumble when you try to say the phrase .

Some people , however , have no difficulty with  these confusing phrases which are called tongue-twisters ( brain-twisters ) . Language expert professor Brian Butterworth of University College London has one student who can say " Peggy Babcock " 120 times in one minute . Try it if have nothing better to do .




Registro  dia 13.11.2018 
Acrescentar : 400  palavras , numbers , prepositions , also, too , as well .


Sites de apoio .

The Wall Street Journal
The Washington Post
The New York Times
Los Angeles Times
Expressões Idiomáticas
Tradutor
Youtube
Grupo Dicas de Inglês
BBC - British Broadcasting Corporation
TV on Line - UNITED KINGDOM - Reino Unido .
Metodologia . Aplicabilidades e Resultados .

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