Terms in this set (...)
he is ; he has
she is ; she has
it is;it has
I would ; I had
you would ; you had
he would ; he had
she would ; she had
it would ; it had
we would ; we had
they would ; they had
out of-The mugger came outta nowhere.-Get outta here, now!
son of bitch
gotcha- '' I've gotcha now. You won't get away ''
betcha-I betcha we're gonna be late.
gonna-I'm gonna do what I please. Nothing can stop me.
oughta -They oughta do summink about the traffic. (= Eles precisam dar um jeito no trânsito.)
should've - (Devem)
could've (= Podiam)
shaddup -"Shaddap", he yelled at the dog.
didja -Didja remember to buy some soda? "Didja Ever Get One of them Days?"
dja-dju - Dju-dja wanna cup of coffee?
lotta - "Whole Lotta Love"
helluva - We had helluva good time at last night's party.- Nos divertimos pacas na festa de ontem à noite.
dontcha - "Dontcha Think It's Time" (
gimme -"Gimme Some Lovin'"
hafta -I hafta go.
wanna - "I Wanna Be Your Man"
want to be
wannabe - He's wannabe singer, but he sings flat. Can't sing in key at all.
gofer - He's the gofer at the office. He goes for tea, goes for coffee, goes for sandwich.
am not-is not-are not
ain't - I;he;she;you;we;they ain't feeling too good after eating so much. ( gente não está se sentindo bem após ter comido tanto.)
It ain't happening.
Não está acontecendo.
wimme - You comin' wimme?
Gotta - It's late. I've gotta go. (I have got to go.)
GREASE LINES- KENICKIE
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EXPRESSIONS : IESD 1
ADVERBS OF CERTAINLY
ADVERBS OF QUANTITY
ADVERBS DE INTENCIDADE
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