Answer If you can #001


O título quadro é totalmente sugestivo, Answer if you can (responda se puder), logo, é um quadro de prática vocabular mesclado a uma intensa pratica de gramática também, por que você tem que analisar a estrutura gramatical da minhas perguntas e utilizar seu vocabulário para respondê-las e assim praticar ainda mais seu Inglês

Espero que todos que frequentam este blog diariamente participem deste quadro, é uma forma de expressar seu Inglês de uma forma escrita muito rica em vocabulário!

Preparados? Follow me!

1) Where do you like to study English?

2) Do you study English every day?

3) How long have you been studying English?

4) Why are you studying English?

5) What do you think is the most difficult to learn English?

A palavra chave de hoje é English, nos próximos posts vou deixar em aberto para vocês escolherem as palavras chaves das 5 questões do "Answer if you can".


Deixe suas respostas nos comentários!





Sobre o Autor:


Eduardo Souto é Professor de Inglês e Blogueiro, 20 anos de idade. Seu principal objetivo é descomplicar o idioma, mostrando que se você quiser você pode falar inglês!
"Um pouco por dia e seu objetivo será alcançado!"


             
Comentários
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8 comentários:

Leo Tonasso disse...

(1)I usually study English at home, and (2) I do it every single day through the Sabbath School Lesson. (3) I've been studying this language for more than 23 years, (4) that's why I became a teacher and also a pedagogical coordinator in a language institute called Yázigi. (5) The most difficult thing to my mind is a natural pronunciation, phrasal verbs and idioms.

Eduardo Souto disse...

Oh Léo, that's really amazing!

Thank you for answering my post, I'm so glad to see you over here ;)

Keep coming and comment always!

Otaviano disse...

1) Where do you like to study English?

Since it's been a while that I've finished my English course, I usually use the internet and some books as my main tools to practice English on a regular basis.

2) Do you study English every day?

Yes, I do. I study English by listening to music or podcasts and by reading books/articles on the internet.

3) How long have you been studying English?

It's been six years altogether.

4) Why are you studying English?

I've always enjoyed studying other languages and I found out English is very amazing.

5) What do you think is the most difficult to learn English?

I'd say collocations. They're really tricky.

Eduardo Souto disse...

Haha, nice answer Otaviano!

Make yourself comfortable over here, try to see other posts and let more comments!

I hope you enjoyed the questions!

:)

vi disse...

1) Where do you like to study English?
Well That's difficult to say. It can be anywhere and at anytime.

2) Do you study English every day?
Yes LOL pretty much
3) How long have you been studying English?
I started it since the day I was born.
4) Why are you studying English?
To be better than my best right now.
5) What do you think is the most difficult to learn English?
Well, this is quite hard to answer, but I guess the technical part hehehe

Luan D. Lima disse...

1- I'd like to study English everywhere... but unfortunately my classmates aren't as interested in English as I am, so I usually study at home.

2- Yes, I study every day. I try to read books, to translate songs,to watch movies and siticoms with audio and subtitles in English and I've subscribed for a lot of blogs and websites(just like yours) that make me practice every day. I also need to read articles because of the University.

3- I've been studying English since October, 2010, so.. it's been 18 months. The best answer'd be: one and a half year.

4- I started learning English because it's necessary to enter on master's degree, to write/publish articles and to learn more about what I'm planning to study. But there are also personal reasons.. I'm a fan of Rock and Roll and Heavy Metal.. I'm learning this language also to understand the lyrics and to sing them correctly ;D I also like to travel (my wanderlust is increasing). In summary: because I like, because it's fun and necessary.

5- Untranslatable idioms/proverbs/ideas.

Eduardo Souto disse...

Thank you for your answer Luan, I know how you feel about your students, too!

Haha, but, take it easy!

Someday it won't happen anymore!

Thanks again dude, and please, make yourself comfortable!

Eduardo Souto disse...

Vi, I appreciate your comment a lot!

Thank your for coming here and let your comment, I remember the day that you taught us at Wizard's meeting!

That was pretty cool!

Keep like this! :)