Você quer aprender a falar inglês como um falante nativo? Talvez você tenha feito um curso ou estudado no ensino médio, mas ainda não seja capaz de falar. Fique ligado porque listei as frases e palavras mais importantes que você precisa saber para acelerar o processo de aprendizado.
Hey! Hello! Hi
E aí? Ola, Oi
Whats up? How’s it going? How are you? How is everything? How have you been?
Beleza? Como vão as coisas? Como você tá? Como está tudo? Como você tem estado?
I am doing good. I am good. I am fine, thanks. Yeah, everything is good!
Estou indo bem. Estou bem. Sim, tudo bom!
Yes. Yeah. Okay. Sure. Alright. I think so.
Sim. Ok. Pode ser. Eu acho que sim.
No. I don’t think so.
Nao. Eu acho que nao.
I don’t know. Maybe.
Eu não sei. Talvez.
Bye. See you later! See you tomorrow! See you then. Talk to you later. Have a nice night.
Tchau. Vejo você mais tarde. Vejo você amanhã. Ate lá! Falo com você mais tarde. Tenha uma boa noite
What is your name?
Qual é seu nome?
My name is…
Meu nome e…
Can you please repeat that? I am sorry, what did you say? Can you repeat what you just said? I missed that, can you say it again? What was that?
Pode repetir? Desculpe, o que você falou? Pode repetir o que você acabou de falar? Nao peguei, pode repetir de novo? O que você falou?
Can you spell it? Can you write it down?
Pode soletrar? Pode escrever?
I am not understanding. I don’t understand.
Can you please speak slower? Can you please speak more slowly?
Pode falar mais devagar por favor?
How old are you? I am…
Quantos anos você tem? Eu tenho…
Where are you from?
De onde você ?
I am from Brazil. I was born in Fortaleza. I live in São Luís.
Eu sou do Brasil. Eu nasci em Fortaleza. Eu moro em São Luís.
Seja bem vinda
Thank you. Thanks.
I am sorry
Your welcome. No problem. Anytime.
De nada. Sem problemas. A qualquer momento (tipo.. Do nada. Qualquer coisa me fala)
Do you speak English? Portuguese?
Fala inglês? Português?
Do you know where the bathrooms are? Where are the bathrooms? Where is the bathroom? Can I use your bathroom? Where is your bathroom at?
Sabe onde fica os banheiros? Onde são os banheiros? Onde fica o banheiro? Pode usar seu banheiro? Onde fica seu banheiro? At = localizado
It is nice to meet you. It is a pleasure to meet you. It was nice meeting you.
Prazer. Foi um prazer.
What are you doing tomorrow? Do you have any plans for tomorrow?
O que você tá fazendo amanhã ? Você tem algumas planos para amanhã?
What is your phone number?
Qual é o seu número de telefone?
What time is it?
Que horas são ?
One second. One moment.
Mais ou menos = Pode significa alright, okay, ou a little
Exemplo: Como foi a festa? Ehh, it was alright/okay. Foi mais ou menos
Exemplo: Fala inglês? More or less. A little. Um pouco
Can you help me?
Pode me ajudar
I do not speak English very well.
Eu não falo muito bem inglês
Have you ever?
Você já (Exemplo: Você já visitou a França? Have you ever visited France?)
What time? Que horas?
What? O que?
How much does it cost? Quanto custa?
How many? Quantos?
Later Mais tarde
Last night Ontem a noite
Tonight Hoje à noite
Tomorrow morning Amanhã de manha
Last week Semana passada
Two weeks ago Duas semanas atras
Next week Próxima semana
In two weeks Em duas semanas
Sometimes / Every now and then As vezes / De vez em quando
Late Tarde ou pode ser atrasado
A lot Muito
One, Two, Three, Four, Five, Six, Seven, Eight, Nine, Ten
Um, Dois, Três, Quatro, Cinco, Seis, Sete, Oito, Nove, Dez
Eleven, Twelve, Thirteen, Fourteen, FIfteen, Sixteen, Seventeen, Eighteen, Nineteen, Twenty
Onze, Doze, Treze, Quatorze, Quinze, Dezesseis, Dezessete, Dezoito, Dezenove, Vinte
Twenty one, Twenty two, Thirty, Forty, FIfty, Sixty, Seventy, Eighty, Ninety, A/One hundred
Vinte e um, Vinte e dois, Trinta, Quarenta, Cinquenta, Sessenta, Setenta, Oitenta, Noventa, Cem
A hundred and three, two hundred, three hundred, four hundred…
Cento e três, Duzentos, Trezentos e Quatrocentos…
A thousand. A million. A billion.
Mil. Um milhão. Um Bilhão.
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday
Segunda, Terça, Quarta, Quinta, Sexta, Sábado, Domingo
January, February, March, April, May, June, July, August, September, October, November, December
Janeiro, Fevereiro, Março, Abril, Maio, Junho, Julho, Agosto, Setembro, Outubro, Novembro, Dezembro
Mine, Yours, His, Hers, Ours, Theirs
Minha, Tua, Sua, Nosso, Deles
Who’s shirt is this? Mine. It’s yours. It’s his, It’s hers, It’s ours, It’s theirs
Whose keys are these? They are mine. They are yours…
Verbs (I, You, He, She, You guys, They, We)
TO BE – Ser
(Ex: Tired Candado, Beautiful Lindo, Nice Legal, Simpatico) I am, You are, He is, She is, You guys are, They are, We are
(Really excited Animado/Empoglado, Busy Ocupado) I was, You were, He was, She was, You guys were, They were, We were
(Late Atrasado, there tomorrow La amanha) I will be
TO GO – Ir (Ex: to work/school/the store, the mall, outside La fora): I am going, You are going, He is going
(Ex: to the gym Academia, to the airport, to the bathroom, to the historic center) I went, You went…
TO HAVE – Ter
(Ex: 4 brothers, 3 dollars, a lot of friends) I have, You have… I had tive, you had, they had
TO HAVE TO – Ter que (Ex: be there at 12 Estar la as 12, go to the bank, wake up early Acordar cedo, work tomorrow) I have to, had to tive que
TO DO – Fazer
(not like reading, my makeup everyday): I do, You do, He does, She does, They do, We do, I did
TO LIKE – Gostar
(to dance/dancing, watching TV, listening to music) I like, I liked
TO NEED – Precisar
(a ride, to wake up early, more time) : I need, I needed
TO DRINK – Beber
(soda, water, coffee, juice, wine): I drink, You drink… I drank, you drank..
TO EAT – Comer
(bread, rice, beans, fruit, meat): I eat, I ate
TO TALK – Falar
(A lot): I talk, I talked (to him yesterday), I told (Sam to speak slower)
TO SAY – Dizer
I say, I said (maybe tomorrow)
TO SLEEP – I sleep, I slept
TO LIVE – Viver
(in the capital of Maranhao): I live, I lived
TO WORK – Trabalhar
(all day, at a dance academy): I work, I worked
TO STUDY – Estudar
(business in college): I study, I studied
TO KNOW – Saber
(how to swim, someone who works on cars): I know, I knew
CAN – Poder
(run for a long time): I can, I could/Used to be able to
TO WATCH – Assistir
(Netflix everyday, the news): I watch, I watched
TO PLAY – Jogar
(sports, soccer): I play, I played
TO SEE – Ver
(a dog): I see, I saw
TO LEARN – Aprender
(to sing): I am learning, He is learning, They are learning, I learned
TO THINK – Pensar
(that is a bad idea, we should wait): I think, I thought
TO REMEMBER – Lembrar
(where I put my keys): I remember, I remembered
TO START – Começar
(taking english classes): I start, I started
TO FINISH – Terminar
(school in June): I finish, I finished
TO MEET – Conhecer / Encontrar
(a lot of new people, with her dad for lunch every Sunday): I meet, I met
TO OPEN – Abrir
(the door): I open, I opened
TO CLOSE – Fechar
(the window): I close, I closed
TO WAIT – Esperar
I am waiting, I waited (until everyone left)
TO READ – Ler
(before I go to bed / before I went to bed): I read, I red
TO GROW – Crescer
(fast): I grow, I grew
TO LISTEN – Escutar
(well): I listen, I listened
TO PUT – Colocar
(your jacket on the chair): I put
TO GRAB – Pegar
(some food before work, a shirt out of the closet): I grab, I grabbed
TO SELL – Vender
(Homemade chocolate): I sell, I sold
TO TRAVEL – Viajar
(every year): I travel, I travelled
TO VISIT – Visitar
(my friends and family in May): I visited, am going to, will
TO ASK – Perguntar
(if he spoke another language): I asked
TO CHOOSE – Escolher
(red instead of green): I choose, I chose
TO FEEL – Sentir
(like I need to sit down, sick): I feel, I felt
TO HEAR – Ouvir
(what you said, a noise outside): I hear, I heard
TO LEAVE – Ir embora
(early because I have/had a doctor’s appointment) I am leaving, I left
TO GIVE – Dar
(Maria my phone): I gave, You/your, He/his, She/her, You guys/your, They/their, We/Our
TO SEND – Mandar
(a message, a letter in the mail) I sent
TO WALK/TO RUN – Andar/Correr
(Every Monday and Saturday, very slow): I walk, I walked, I run, I ran
TO CLEAN – Limpar
(the kitchen and the living room): I cleaned
TO COOK – Cozinhar
(dinner, in the kitchen): I cook, I cooked
TO DANCE – Dançar
(very good): I dance, I danced
TO FALL – Cair
(on the ground): I fell
TO DROP – Deixar cair
(my phone on the ground, my wallet) – I dropped
TO PAY – Pagar
(my gym membership, taxes): I pay, I paid
TO CRY – Chorar
(when I watch sad movies): I cry, I cried (during the movie)
TO DRIVE – Dirigir
(a black car): I drive, I drove
TO FORGET – Esquecer
(his name): I forget, I forgot (my notebook in the car)
TO DIE – Morrer
(of laughter): I died
TO LOSE – Perder
I lose (things easily), I lost (my money on the bus)
TO SIT – Sentar
(in a chair, on the floor): I sit, I sat
TO DATE – Namorar
(my friend’s cousin) I date, I dated