If you say so…

Hey you!

Welcome to another episode of Walk ‘n’ Talk Level Up, our all-English podcast series! No diálogo de hoje, temos um casal que está fazendo planos para a quarta-feira, mas será que tudo vai dar certo?

Não deixe de falar todas as frases em voz alta, junto com a teacher Becs, para praticar bem a sua pronúncia. E aproveite o material extra que preparamos para você, está aqui embaixo!
Nos vemos na próxima semana! Have a good one!

Vocabulary Expansion

In this episode of Walk ‘n’ Talk Level Up, you got to practice your pronunciation and learn some new expressions. You can continue your study session here, by reading the dialogue and checking out the written explanations with examples!

Dialogue:

Garret: Oh, hi, honey! Hmm… whose coats are those?
Lina: Hello, baby. Ah, the kids’ friends are here. They’re supposed to be studying upstairs.
Garret: If you say so… Well, did you know there’s a new Thai restaurant next to the mall on Palmer Avenue?
Lina: No idea. Well, I’m down to Thai food tonight.
Garret: You can say that again. Then we could stop by the mall and look for some winter clothes. I heard there’s a legit sale going on.
Lina: Thai food and new clothes… pretty good for a Wednesday night.
Garret: Yeap, but we’re not gonna make it.
Lina: True, the kids’ friends are here.

New expressions and Vocabulary!

Whose
This word is here to make our lives easier! “Whose” refers to who owns the object we are talking about, but we need to mention that object right after it in our sentences. To say this in Portuguese we need two words: “de quem”, so English is a bit easier, check out some possible sentences:

Whose car is that? I thought nobody was home.
We don’t know
whose dog this is.
Whose house
did you visit yesterday?
They need to find out
whose microphone is making that noise.

Stop by
This is one of those phrasal verbs that always come up in daily conversation! When you plan on visiting a place for just a little while, usually with a specific plan in mind, you can describe that quick “stop” with this phrasal verb. Take a look at the examples:

I have to stop by the gas station before the party.
Rachel
stopped by my house this morning, we talked about a lot of things.
Could you please
stop by the drugstore and grab an energy drink for me?
A family friend
stopped by our house last night, that’s why we were late for the movie.

The kids’ friends
You may remember that we use the apostrophe to indicate the idea of possession in English, but what do we do when the original word already ends in S? In these cases we need the apostrophe, but we don’t really need another S. In the dialogue, we have the plural “kids” possessing something, so the correct writing is “the kids’ friends”. Let’s check out some more examples with plurals ending in S:

Don’t forget to refill the cats’ water.
The
girls’ ride is here, are they ready?
My
parents’ voices are quite loud.

When a word ends in S originally (in the singular), like “boss”, both options are possible, but the extra S is normally used:

My boss’s car got scratched.
My
boss’ car got scratched.
James’s
family is visiting this weekend.
James’
family is visiting this weekend.

Remember that you can listen to this episode as many times as you wish! You can also read along, and enjoy this extra content. That way, you’ll be able to understand these new structures and use them in conversations in the future. Keep in mind that the more daily contact you have with the English language, the better you’ll get, so make sure you’re here for our next episode!

See you next time!

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Playlist

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Aprendendo sobre o passado em inglês e atividades de lazer
Vocabulário em Inglês: palavras para se mudar de casa ou apartamento
remover (erro gramatical)
Aprenda a chamar alguém para sair
Falando sobre programas de TV e séries
Aprenda como alugar um apartamento em inglês
Como falar sobre compartilhar notícias
Você sabe o que significa a expressão “Wallflower” em inglês?
Como conversar com a galera do escritório em inglês
O que significa “moody”?
Aprendendo o Present Perfect com um diálogo sobre conhecer melhor as pessoas em inglês
Vocabulário para usar no hospital
Vocabulário sobre mudanças na vida
Walk ‘n’ Talk 14 christmas presents
Descubra o que significa o phrasal verb “run into”
Expressões relacionadas a adotar uma criança!
Como dizer “ficar de boa” em inglês
Walk ‘n’ Talk 18 getting engaged
O que é “early bird” e “night owl”?
Walk ‘n’ Talk 20 when i was a kid
Aprenda a falar sobre planos para as férias
Um episódio especial para o Dia da Mulher
Walk ‘n’ Talk 23 at the doctor
Walk ‘n’ Talk 24 saint patricks day
Walk ‘n’ Talk 25 international happiness day
Tradições de Dia da Mentira
Walk ‘n’ Talk 27 easter
Walk ‘n’ Talk 28 bank holidays
Um episódio pra quem gosta de ler
Como usar os Modal Verbs
O tema do episódio de hoje é o Dia das Mães!
Como dizer que você não está se sentindo muito bem em inglês
Walk ‘n’ Talk 33 may the force be with you
Expressões no ambiente de trabalho
Walk ‘n’ Talk 35 cats have parties too
Walk ‘n’ Talk 36 feeling head over heels
Como elogiar alguém em inglês
Descubra o significado de “road trip”
Walk ‘n’ Talk 39 barbecue and fireworks
Walk ‘n’ Talk 40 listen to your mom
Walk ‘n’ Talk 41 i could use some help
Walk ‘n’ Talk 42 meteor showers and blankets
Walk ‘n’ Talk 43 cookies are an inspiration
Walk ‘n’ Talk 44 happy fathers day
Walk ‘n’ Talk 45 youre better off
Walk ‘n’ Talk 46 get off the couch
Walk ‘n’ Talk 47 be careful online
Walk ‘n’ Talk 48 a brother visits
Walk ‘n’ Talk 49 cravings
Walk ‘n’ Talk 50 spring is here
Walk ‘n’ Talk 51 breakfast in bed
Walk ‘n’ Talk 52 training for battle
Walk ‘n’ Talk 53 plans for the holiday
Walk ‘n’ Talk 54 stationery haul
Walk ‘n’ Talk 55 call a plumber and call it a day
Walk ‘n’ Talk 56 my back is killing me
Walk ‘n’ Talk 57 a mean birthday cake
Walk ‘n’ Talk 58 look at her go
Walk ‘n’ Talk 59 superpowers
Walk ‘n’ Talk 60 walking over ride share
Walk ‘n’ Talk 61 diets on christmas
Walk ‘n’ Talk 62 leave it to chance
Walk ‘n’ Talk 63 doggy check up
Walk ‘n’ Talk 64 rise and shine
Walk ‘n’ Talk 65 a watched pot never boils
Walk ‘n’ Talk 66 pay cuts
Walk ‘n’ Talk 67 cliffhangers and plot twists
Walk ‘n’ Talk 68 deep clean the house
Walk ‘n’ Talk 69 wheres my room
Walk ‘n’ Talk 70 you look like a million bucks
Segunda entrevista de emprego
Walk ‘n’ Talk 72 setting the table
Walk ‘n’ Talk 73 grasping at straws
Walk ‘n’ Talk 74 take it with a grain of salt
Walk ‘n’ Talk 75 im getting hitched
Walk ‘n’ Talk 76 hindsight is 20 20
Aprenda novos phrasal verbs enquanto duas amigas conversam no telefone sobre um problema que uma delas está enfrentando
Maneiras de dizer que alguém está sendo dramático
Walk ‘n’ Talk 79 youre driving me crazy
Walk ‘n’ Talk 80 what time is it there
Descubra como dizer “quanto tempo” em inglês
Walk ‘n’ Talk 82 the latest gossip
Como você diria que deu uma “mancada” em inglês?
Descubra como dizer “não é para ser” e, também, um dos jeitos de reagir a uma má notícia em inglês
Walk ‘n’ Talk 85 carpooling to work
Como você diria que deu uma “mancada” em inglês?
Walk ‘n’ Talk 87 i hate studying
Walk ‘n’ Talk 88 the wrong book
Uma conversa entre um amigo e uma amiga que se encontraram em um evento no qual um deles está distribuindo doughnuts, de graça!
Walk ‘n’ Talk 90 venda de garagem
Walk ‘n’ Talk 90 ill show you the ropes
Como usar o “should have”
Vocabulário e expressões legais com um diálogo sobre dois amigos falando no telefone
Aprendendo novas expressões enquanto escutamos dois alunos conversando sobre o professor
Falando sobre fazer uma prova importante
Expressões e vocabulário no escritório
Walk ‘n’ Talk 96 before class
Expressões e formas naturais de conversar com alguém
Walk ‘n’ Talk 98 a shut mouth catches no flies
Descubra a diferença de “stop to” e “stop + ing”
Você sabe como dar ênfase a respostas positivas? Confira este episódio e aprenda uma maneira interessante de fazê-lo!
Walk ‘n’ Talk 101 boiling mad
Maneiras de dizer que você sente pena de alguém
Vamos escutar dois amigos conversando sobre as opções de um deles para faculdades
Walk ‘n’ Talk 104 a concerned parent
Resolvendo problemas em inglês
Walk ‘n’ Talk 106 lucky carol
O que significa “better safe than sorry”?
Falando sobre o natal
Walk ‘n’ Talk 109 you knew it
Gírias e vocabulário com duas amigas conversam sobre o que fazer sozinhas em casa(to be up to, to be supposed to, “what’s the big deal?”, will be + ing, gonna, “I wish”, to hand in, you’re kidding, right?)
Walk ‘n’ Talk 111 in the office
Walk ‘n’ Talk 112 fresh news
Conversando sobre planos de férias
Ouvindo agora: Walk ‘n’ Talk 114 wednesday night
Walk ‘n’ Talk: You look frazzled!
Expressões e gírias para anunciar um casamento
Walk ‘n’ Talk 117 this is going to kill me
Expressões para dizer que está cansado
Walk ‘n’ Talk: Let’s close up!
Walk ‘n’ Talk: True crime or animation?
Walk ‘n’ Talk: Summer is over!
Expressões para se preparar para o início do semestre
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Walk ‘n’ Talk: Back from New Zealand
Expressões novas com um diálogo sobre dicas para lidar com tarefas
Palavras difíceis de serem pronunciadas: sons do GH