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1- Many vs Much

3- Past Perfect
Many vs Much
Many Much
Utilizamos Many para substantivos contáveis Utilizamos Much para substantivos não contáveis

How many potatoes do you need? I eat too much food, but I don’t get enough

We have many friends, in many countries. There was too much oxygen in the chamber.
1- To Ride Montar/Cavalgar I have ridden horses before.

2- To Gather Se reunir My friends will gather for my birthday

3- To Threat Ameaçar The thief threatened me

4- To Announce Anunciar The broadcaster announced a new sale.

5- Sign Sinal If you want to leave this place, follow the signs.

6- To Lift Levantar Help me lift this weight.

1- To Grow Crescer/Aumentar He didn’t watch his son grow.

2- To Fill Encher/ Preencher The room was filled with communists.

3- Meal Refeição It’s almost time for our meal.

4- To Hit Atingir, bater She hit her toe on the furniture

5- To Earn Merecer / ganhar He doesn’t earn the money he makes.

6- Perhaps Talvez Perhaps, she was right after all.

7- Row Linha/ carreira The spreadsheet was filled with columns and rows.

1- To Climb Escalar/Subir I will climb very high mountains in Norway.

2- Within Dentro de Within a few seconds he reached the car.

3- To Lead Conduzir, Liderar He led us here, we didn’t want to come.

4- Attempt Tentativa / Esforço I smiled in an attempt to calm her down

5- Frightened Assustado (a) I have never been so frightened in my life.

6- To Hide Esconder They hid the truth from us.

Listening Practice

Escrito no século XX e adaptado para os cinemas

em 2012 como John Carter. O livro conta a história
de John Carter, um americano que tenta recomeçar
a vida após perder tudo o que possuía com o fim da
Guerra Civil
Mas nem em seus maiore sonhos o capitão
sonhava em ir parar em outro mundo: Marte.
Definição: Tempo verbal utilizado para expressar ações passadas que aconteceram antes
de outra ação.
I had already cleaned the house when my mother arrived.
Eu já tinha limpado a casa quando minha mãe chegou

Past Perfect Simple Past Present Future

The Plane We arrived at We are We will have to buy

had taken off the airport furious another plane ticket.

The plane had already taken off when we arrived at the airport. My father is furious,
he will have to buy another plane ticket.
Afirmativa: Sujeito + Had + Past Participle (verbo no particípio)

She had already left by the time he arrived.

Negativa: Sujeito + Had + not + Past Pariticiple (verbo no particípio)

Because I had not had an American Visa, I couldn’t go to the US with my friends.
Had + not => hadn’t
Interrogativa: Had + Sujeito + Past Participle (verbo no particípio)
Had you changed your clothes before the end of the party?
Present Perfect Past Perfect
I had travel to brazil before the world cup of 2014
I have travelled to many countries

Rex had already baked the cake when we got

Rex has baked a cake

Joana had lost her watch during our last trip

Joana has lost her watch.
to Vegas