ENGLISH HOMEWORK #42 | Aprenda inglês com “Do I Wanna Know?” do Arctic Monkeys! | Érika e Newton – Inglês por Skype

This week we are going to learn english singing  “Do I Wanna Know?” do Arctic Monkeys!

E lembre-se de estudar inglês todos os dias!

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COMPOSITION

Imagine you are applying for a job. Write a paragraph about you, telling what did you do at your career, your education, your personality and your best characteristics and skills,  (150 words)


ONLINE GRAMMAR EXERCISES

Prepositions

Present Perfect Continuous


IDIOM OF THE WEEK

above board

Meaning:

If something is above board, it’s been done in a legal and honest way.

For example:

I’m sure the deal was completely above board as I know James well and he’d never do anything illegal or corrupt.

The minister claimed all the appointments were above board and denied claims that some positions had been given to his friends.

Origin:

Possibly derived from card playing and the fact that card players who keep their hands above the table (or above “the board”) can be seen to be playing honestly, without cheating.


READING AND LISTENING

Prince

Prince was a highly skilled musician. He played many instruments including guitar, piano and drums. He wrote popular songs that crossed many musical borders. He had a powerful voice with a wide high to low range. Prince’s music brought together many musical styles. Link

Commonly Confused Words: Part One

In American English, “further” is usually used for non-physical or figurative distances. “Farther” is the correct word when talking about actual physical distance – or distance that you can measure. Link

English @ the Movies: ‘Make It Count’

The movie “The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part II” is the last in The Hunger Games series. This week’s English @ the Movies phrase is “make it count.” Are they talking about counting, like in a math class? Listen and find out.  Link


ENGLISH VIDEO CLASS

English Grammar: How to use “to” before an “-ing” verb

In this lesson, I explain how and when we use to before a verb with the -ing ending. The use of to before an -ing verb is not always correct. But it is correct in a particular case to express an emotion or action happening in the present referring to a past or future event. If this sounds complicated, have no fear! It is a simple structure once you understand how it works. And if you do our quiz at the end, you will get used to using this concept in no time!


ENGLISH LEARNING LINKS

Duolingo – Free Online English Exercises

https://pt.duolingo.com/

BBC Learning English

http://www.bbc.co.uk/learningenglish

Voa News – Learning English

http://learningenglish.voanews.com/

Engvid – English Video Classes

http://www.engvid.com/


MUSIC

Do I Wanna Know? – Arctic Monkeys

Have you got colour in your cheeks?

Do you ever get that fear that you can’t shift the type

That sticks around like something in your teeth

Are there some aces up your sleeve

Have you no idea that you’re in deep?

I’ve dreamt about you nearly every night this week

How many secrets can you keep?

‘Cause there’s this tune I’ve found

That makes me think of you somehow

And I play it on repeat

Until I fall asleep

Spilling drinks on my settee

 

(Do I wanna know?)

If this feeling flows both ways

(Sad to see you go)

Sort of hoping that you’d stay

(Baby we both know)

That the nights were mainly made for saying things

That you can’t say tomorrow day

 

Crawling back to you

Ever though of calling when you’ve had a few?

‘Cause I always do

Maybe I’m too

Busy being yours to fall for somebody new

Now I’ve thought it through

Crawling back to you

 

So have you got the guts?

Been wondering if your heart’s still open

And if so I wanna know what time it shuts

Simmer down and pucker up

I’m sorry to interrupt

It’s just I’m constantly on the cusp of trying

To kiss you

I don’t know if you

Feel the same as I do

But we could be together

If you wanted to

 

(Do I wanna know?)

If this feeling flows both ways

(Sad to see you go)

Sort of hoping that you’d stay

(Baby we both know)

That the nights were mainly made for saying things

That you can’t say tomorrow day

 

Crawling back to you

Ever though of calling when you’ve had a few?

‘Cause I always do

Maybe I’m too

Busy being yours to fall for somebody new

Now I’ve thought it through

Crawling back to you

 

(Do I wanna know?)

If this feeling flows both ways

(Sad to see you go)

Sort of hoping that you’d stay

(Baby we both know)

That the nights were mainly made for saying things

That you can’t say tomorrow day

 

(Do I wanna know?)

Too busy being yours to fall

(Sad to see you go)

Ever though of calling, darling?

(Do I wanna know?)

Do you want me crawling back to you?

 

Translation

http://www.vagalume.com.br/arctic-monkeys/do-i-wanna-know-traducao.html


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