Inglês nas compras, roubo e toll

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Inglês nas compras, roubo e toll
DICAS DE INGLÊS
Aellison Cassimiro
Douglas Meneses
INGLÊS NAS COMPRAS,
ROUBO E TOLL
À VISTA E PARCELADO
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Parcela - installment
À VISTA E PARCELADO
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Parcela - installment
Paguei em três parcelas – “I paid in three
installments”
À VISTA E PARCELADO
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Parcela - installment
Paguei em três parcelas – “I paid in three
installments”
Parcelar – “pay in installments; spread/split the
payments over…”
À VISTA E PARCELADO
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Parcela - installment
Paguei em três parcelas – “I paid in three
installments”
Parcelar – “pay in installments; spread/split the
payments over…”

Resolvi parcelar em seis vezes – “I decided to
split the payments over six months”
À VISTA E PARCELADO
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Parcelado – “financed”
Comprei parcelado – “I financed it”
À VISTA E PARCELADO
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Parcelado – “financed”
Comprei parcelado – “I financed it”
Pagar/comprar à vista – “buy x (in) cash”
Comprei a casa à vista – “I bought the house
in cash”
CURIOSIDADE - ENTRADA
DOWN PAYMENT
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Dar a entrada – “make the down payment on”
“The down payment corresponds to ten percent of
the total value of the house”
CURIOSIDADE - SHOPLIFTING
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levantamento de lojas
CURIOSIDADE - SHOPLIFTING
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levantamento de lojas
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levar embora da loja
ROB X STEAL
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Rob – Pessoas ou instituições
“I was robbed” - Fui assaltado.
ROB X STEAL
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Rob – Pessoas ou instituições
“I was robbed” - Fui assaltado.
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Steal – Aplica-se a Coisas
“My money was stolen” - Meu dinheiro foi
roubado.
ROB X STEAL
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“The bank was stolen”
ROB X STEAL
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“The bank was stolen”
ROB X STEAL
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“The bank was stolen”
“The bank was robbed and a lot of money was
stolen” - O banco foi assaltado e muito dinheiro
foi roubado/levado
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USO DA PALAVRA TOLL
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Pedágio – “Stop, pay toll ahead”
USO DA PALAVRA TOLL
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Pedágio – “Stop, pay toll ahead”
Taxa – “Avoid the high tolls for long distance
calls”
USO DA PALAVRA TOLL
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Pedágio – “Stop, pay toll ahead”
Taxa – “Avoid the high tolls for long distance
calls”
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Toll-free – “Call toll-free”
USO DA PALAVRA TOLL
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Vítimas – “Quake toll rises”
USO DA PALAVRA TOLL
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Vítimas – “Quake toll rises”
Mortalidade – “We try to reduce the
maternal death toll”
USO DA PALAVRA TOLL
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Vítimas – “Quake toll rises”
Mortalidade – “We try to reduce the
maternal death toll”
Impacto, Consequência - “The tsunami has taken
a heavy psychological toll on the survivors”
USO DA EXPRESSÃO “TAKE A TOLL”
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Prejudicar – “The scandal has taken a toll on the
President’s ratings”
USO DA EXPRESSÃO “TAKE A TOLL”
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Prejudicar – “The scandal has taken a toll on the
President’s ratings”
Causar dano – “That heavy, dirty job has taken a
huge toll on his health”
USO DA EXPRESSÃO “TAKE A TOLL”
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Prejudicar – “The scandal has taken a toll on the
President’s ratings”
Causar dano – “That heavy, dirty job has taken a
huge toll on his health”
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Causar sofrimento – “The war has taken a
terrible toll from these luckless people”
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