Describe the city of Belo Horizonte. Is it big or small? What are the best places to go? What are the worst places to go? What can you do on the weekend in Belo Horizonte?

His First Roller Coaster Ride (roller coaster = montanha russa)
He gets on the roller coaster. His mom sits next to him. This is his first roller coaster ride. The roller coaster starts up. It is fast. It goes up and down. It goes around and around. He looks at his mom. His mom looks at him. They both laugh. The roller coaster is fun!

He Has NY Caps (caps = boné)
He has two baseball caps. One says NY Yankees. The other says NY Mets. He has a golf cap. It says Silver Lake GC. He has a football cap. It says NY Giants. He has a ski cap. It says Song Mountain. He wears his caps to baseball and football games. He wears them after school.

What can you do?

Existem três tipos de comparativo:
a) Comparativo de igualdade: é usado toda vez que se quer expressar a igualdade de dois seres. É marcado pela forma: As + adjective + as.
Mary is as tall as Cindy. (Mary é tão alta quanto Cindy).
Carol is as intelligent as Bob. (Carol é tão inteligente quanto Bob).
b) Comparativo de inferioridade: é usado para expressar um grau de inferioridade perante o outro ser. É marcado pela forma: less + adjective + than.
Fusca is less expensive than Gol. (Fusca é menos caro que Gol).
São Paulo is less attractive than Rio de Janeiro. (São Paulo é menos atraente que o Rio de Janeiro).

c) Comparativo de superioridade: é usado para demonstrar que um ser é superior a outro. É marcado pela forma: more + adjective+ than
Bob is more intelligent than Mary. (Bob é mais inteligente que Mary).
A book is more interesting than a DVD. (Um livro é mais interessante que um DVD).
Essa forma do “more + adjective + than” é válida para os adjetivos que apresentam três ou mais sílabas. Para os adjetivos de uma ou duas sílabas, deve-se acrescentar “er” ao adjetivo + than. Ex.:

Chris is shorter than me. (Chris é mais baixo que eu).
Ann is taller than her sister. (Ann é mais alta que sua irmã).
Para os adjetivos de uma ou duas sílabas que terminarem em CVC (consoante+ vogal+ consoante), deve-se dobrar a última letra e acrescentar “er” + than.
I am thinner than my mother. (Eu sou mais magra que minha mãe).
Os adjetivos de uma ou duas sílabas que terminarem com “y” precedido de consoante, deve-se retirar o “y” e acrescentar “ier” + than.
Bob is crazier than his brother. (Bob é mais louco que seu irmão).

Obs.: Os adjetivos “good” (bom) e “bad” (ruim) possuem formas próprias para o comparativo. São elas:
Good (bom) → better than (melhor que)
Bad (ruim) → worse than (pior que)
Orange juice is better than grape juice. (Suco de laranja é melhor que suco de uva).
Winter is worse than Summer. (Inverno é pior que o verão).


Jackson Five


You went to school to learn girl
Things you never knew before
Like I before E except after C?
And why 2 plus 2 makes 4
Now, now, now
I’m gonna teach you, teach you, teach you
All about love girl, all about love
Sit yourself down, take a seat
All you gotta (going to) do is repeat after me

A B C ,
Its easy as
1 2 3 ,
As simple as
Do re mi, A B C, 1 2 3
Baby you and me girl

Come on and love me just a little bit
I’m gonna teach you how to sing it out
Come on, come on, come on
Let me show you what it’s all about

Reading, writing, arithmetic
Are the branches of the learning tree
But without the roots of love everyday girl
Your education ain’t complete
Teachers gonna show you (she’s gonna show you)
How to get an A? (na,na,na,na,na,na)
How to spell “me” and “you”? Add the two
Listen to me baby that’s all you got to do

A B C ,
Its easy as
1 2 3 ,
As simple as
Do re mi, A B C, 1 2 3
Baby you and me girl
Its easy, its like counting up to 3
Singing simple melodies
Thats how easy love can be(2x)
Singing simple melodies
1 2 3 baby you and me

Sit down girl, I think I love ya? No, get up girl, show me what you can do
Shake it, shake it baby, come on now
Shake it, shake it baby, oooh, oooh

Shake it, shake it baby, yeah
1 2 3 baby, oooh oooh
A B C baby, ah, ah
Do re mi baby, wow
That’s how easy love can be

A B C its easy, its like counting up to 3
Singing simple melodies
Thats how easy love can be
Teachers gonna teach you how to
Sing it out, sing it out, sing it out baby