A reflexive verb is a verb whose subjetct and object are the same.
Um verbo reflexivo é um verbo cujo sujeito e objeto são os mesmos.
To go to bed = Deitar-se
To hurry up = Apressar-se
To kneel down = Ajoelhar-se
To take a bath = Banhar-se
To wake up = Despertar-se
To get up = Levantar-se
To dry off = Secar-se
To Sit down = Sentar-se
To feel = Sentir-se
To fall in love = Apaixonar-se
To become happy = Alegrar-se
To become sad = Entristecer-se
When the verb is transitive, it's necessary to complement it by using a reflexive pronoun.
Quando o verbo é transitivo, é necessário complementá-lo usando um pronome reflexivo.
To cut oneself* = Cortar-se
To dry oneself* = Secar-se
To enjoy oneself* = Divertir-se
To introduce oneself* = Apresentar-se
To hurt oneself* = Machucar-se
To kill oneself* = Matar-se
To prepare oneself* = Preparar-se
To teach oneself* = Ensinar-se
* The reflexive pronoun in parenthesis must be used according to the person referred to.
* O pronome reflexivo entre parenteses deve ser utilizado de acordo com a pessoa a que se refere.
terça-feira, 26 de maio de 2015
Good evening, sir, ma’am. 1.________ to The Blvd. Would you like the four-course Sweetheart’s Menu or the eight-course Eternal Love?
Whoa, slow down. Is there like a one-course “only been dating for two weeks but it looks promising” 2.________? Because… I’m kidding.
I realize that sir. I’ll come back when you’re serious.
He’s your biggest fan.
Hello, that is my 3.________.
You know, I didn't touch mine, so why don't you go ahead and have it? 4.________ Valentine’s Day!
The same to you.
What? She said happy Valentine’s Day.
Look… I can’t talk now. I’m sorry this place is such a 5.________.
It’s fine. I mean, they’re fighting, they’re mating and I’m in the zoo with you.
Four-course - Refeição composta por 4 pratos WOW!
Eight-course - Refeição composta por 4 pratos WOW WOW WOW!!!
One-course - Refeição composta por 1 prato
Dating - Namorando
Promising - Promissor
VOCABULARYheart-shaped - formato de coraçãostewardess - comissária de vooYou wanna bet on it? - Quer aposta?
MARYLIN: This must be 1.__________.
MARK: Who are you?
MARYLIN: I’m Marylin Delpy, I introduced myself when we first...
MARK: I mean what do you do?
MARYLIN: I’m a 2.__________ year associate at the firm. My boss wanted me to sit in on the deposition phase. What are you doing?
MARK: 3.__________ in to see how it’s going in Bosnia.
MARYLIN: Bosnia? They don’t have roads but they have Facebook? You must really hate the Winklevoss’s.
MARK I don’t hate 4.__________. The Winklevi aren’t suing me for intellectual property theft. They’re suing me because for the first time in their 5.__________, things didn’t work out the way they were supposed to for them.
I mean - eu quero dizer
how it's going - como vão as coisas
roads - rodovias
intellectual property theft - roubo de propriedade intelectual
suing - processando
1.___________ is a pressing issue. If we want to make the vision for Lisa a reality, we gotta put in the hours and make something creative.
Yeah, but we have a hard date on this software, and I'm 2.___________, but adding pretty fonts is not gonna change that. Well, Bill?
If you don't share our enthusiasm, and care for the 3.___________ of this company...
No, no, no, no. I just, I'm not understanding...
What, wait... What, you... What, are you gonna, you're gonna 4.___________ me?
No! I already fired you! Why are you still here?
Steve, he was our best programmer in the division.
He is the best programmer that doesn't 5.___________ about our vision.
- I’m not going to marry you!
MARGARET: Can you do that?
MARGARET: All right. Thank you.
CO-WORKER: Miss. Tate.
MARGARET: Yes. What? What?
MARGARET: Andrew. Why… why are you panting?
ANDREW: Because I’ve been running.
MARGARET: Really? From Alaska?
ANDREW: I need to talk to you.
MARGARET: Yeah, well, I don’t have time to talk. I need to catch a 5:45 to Toronto.
MARGARET: I need the boxes to go out today, I want to make sure everything…
ANDREW: Margaret, stop talking! Can I say something?
ANDREW: This’ll just take a sec.
MARGARET: Fine, what?
ANDREW: Three days ago, I loathed you. I used to dream about you getting hit by a cab, or poisoned.
MARGARET: Oh, that’s – that’s nice.
ANDREW: Yeah, I told you to stop talking. Then we had our little adventure up in Alaska, and things started to change. Things changed when we kissed, and when you told me about your tattoo… even when you checked me out when we were naked.
MARGARET: Well, I didn’t see anything…
ANDREW: Yeah, you did. But I didn’t realize any of this, until I was standing alone, in a barn, wifeless. Now, you can imagine my disappointment when it suddenly dawned on me that the woman I love is about to be kicked out of the country. So Margaret… marry me… because I’d like to date you.
MARGARET: Trust me, you don’t really want to be with me.
ANDREW: Yes, I do.
MARGARET: See, the thing is, there’s a reason why I’ve been alone all this time. I’m comfortable that way. And I think it would just be a lot easier if we forgot everything that happened and I just left.
ANDREW: You’re right, that would be easier…
MARGARET: I’m scared.
ANDREW: Me too.
She's on her 1.__________. Tell everyone!
She's not 2.__________ to be here until 9:00.
Her driver just text messaged, and her facialist ruptured a disk. God, these 3.__________!
That I can't even talk about.
All right, 4.__________! Gird your loins! Did somebody eat an 5.__________ bagel?
- Good morning. Who are you?
- I am Liz. I am one of the receptionists.
- I'm subbing for Monica.
- Oh, yeah, Monica, because she wanted today off. Shit, she has a 1.___________.
- She had a funeral, which is a life, I guess.
- Well, Liz, I'm Paula. I know they call me Bipolar Paula. Don't. But you should know I'm in 2.___________.
- I don't wanna talk about it.
- It has nothing to do with being alone on Valentine's Day.
- Of course not.
- And everything to do with the 3.___________ in crisis.
- That sounds challenging.
- "Challenging"? Gotta figure out if he still has an athletic career. If he doesn't, big fat problemo.
- Well, I'm here to help you solve that 4.___________.
- Who's on hold?
- My mother. I'm sorry.
- Hangs up on her own mother. That's 5.___________. We might just get along.
subbing - substituindo
challenging - desafiante
on hold - na espera
hangs up - desligar na cara
get along - se dar bem
SANCHEZ:…Let’s be honest here. Twenty million dollars is more money than these people have ever dreamed of.
ERIN: Oh, see, now that pisses me off. First of all — since the demur, we now have more than four hundred plaintiffs…and “let’s be 2.__________”, we all know there are more out there. Now, they may not be the most sophisticated people, but they do know how to divide, and twenty million dollars isn’t shit when you split it between them.
ERIN: And second of all — these people don’t dream about being 3.__________. They dream about being able to watch their kids swim in a pool without worrying they’ll have to have a hysterectomy at the age of 20, like Rosa Diaz — a client of ours — or have their spine deteriorate like Stan Bloom. Another client of ours. So before you come back here with another lame-ass offer, I want you to think real hard about what your spine is worth, Mr. Walker – or what you’d expect someone to pay you for your uterus, Miss Sanchez — then you take out your calculator and multiply that number by a 4.__________. Anything less than that is a 5.__________ of our time. By the way, we had that water brought in special for you folks. Came from a well in Hinkley.
SANCHEZ: I think this meeting is over.
ED: Damn right it is.
Counselors - Conselheiros
demur - hesitação / objeção
well - poço