Andréa Vogt: Diário de Bordo

26- Describe what you feel to be an ideal working environment.
I think that it must have respect between co-workers and a lot of dedication for the work.

27- How come you want to work for us? Why do you want to work for us?
I’d be happy to work in this company because it is an excellent company in this area.
And I like team work. It’s very exciting to be able to work in this company.

28- Why should our company hire you?
Because I have a lot of experience in the food industry, and I know how to work with quality control.
I like teamwork.
I like taking the initiative to solve problems.

29- Why should we hire you?
I want to develop my career in this company. I like working in food industry because it is very interesting.

30- What do you like to do on weekends?
Well, I like to surf the internet, read books, walk or ride a bicycle with my boyfriend at the park etc. I like to play volleyball with my friends.

31- Have you ever seen the movie Dead Poets Society?
No, I haven’t;

32- What kind of food do you like?
I like Italian food. I like pizza very much.

33- Is there anything that you want to add?
So, I want to add that I am a friendly and polite person.
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Avatar do usuário PPAULO 42175 6 33 742
2 When did they first meet?
They first meet did thirteen years ago.

They first meet thirteen years ago. (you don´t repeat the "did" in the answer), there´s a "did" used for emphasis, but it may be subject of other thread.

In fact, I wasn´t proofreading your writings, I was just skimming them and, all of sudden, this caught my eyes (many would say caught my eye). So, if there´s more things that "got away with it" others might point out.
Keep up the good work.
Muito obrigada pela dica PPAULO! Registro o que estudei com a intenção de que os participantes deste grupo possam me fornecer dicas... Meu objetivo é melhorar cada dia mais...

GRAMMAR: Present Perfect II (I have done)

Cambridge - Murphy - Grammar in Use 3e

- I haven´t been to India.
- Have you ever been to China?
- I have been to lots of places.

-- recently/in the last few days/ so far/ since breakfast/ etc.
- It´s good to see you again. We haven´t seen each other for a long time.

B) We use the present perfect with today/ this evening/ this year/ etc. when these are not finished at the time of speaking.
- Have you had a holiday this year?

C) We say: It´s the (first) time something has happened.
- Sarah has lost her passport. This is the second time this has happened. (not happens)

Obs.: Do you like caviar? I don´t now. I have never tried it.



22 - 24/05/2015



- heartbeat: the pulsation of the heart.

- num: abbreviation of numeral.

- pin: a thin piece of metal with a sharp point at one end and a round head at the other, used especially for fastening pieces of cloth.

- needle: a very fine slender piece of metal with a point at one end and a hole or eye for thread at the other, used in sewing.

- tongue: the fleshy muscular organ in the mouth of a mammal, used for tasting, licking, swallowing, and (in humans) articulating speech.

- gun: a weapon incorporating a metal tube from which bullets, shells, or other missiles are propelled by explosive force, typically making a characteristic loud, sharp noise.

- lifetime: the duration of a person's life.

THE FLATMATES 009: The favour

- to iron: smooth (clothes, sheets, etc.) with an iron.

- a favour: an act of kindness beyond what is due or usual.

- to hit the books: expression - to study

- they seem made for each other: (expression) - they are a perfect couple. Brad Pitt and Jennifer Aniston seemed made for each other. Everyone was really surprised when they got divorced.

- a courier: a person or company that delivers packages or documents very quickly.

- to owe: have an obligation to pay or repay (something, especially money) in return for something received.

LANGUAGE POINT: Future forms

will + base verb:
To make a prediction based on personal opinion
I think you'll love this film. It's got John Cusack in it.
Note: In spoken English will is usually shortened to 'll

To express a decision made at the moment of speaking
You go with Michal and I'll iron the shirts.

To express future facts
The class will finish at 7:30 tonight.

In formal written style to express future events (often planned in detail)
This clinic will be closed on Bank Holiday Monday.

be + going to + base verb:
To make a prediction based on present evidence
Look at those dark clouds, it's going to rain.

To talk about plans already made
I'm going to see a film tonight (I've already bought my ticket).

shall + base verb:
Used with 'we' or 'I' in formal situations or in writing
We shall be delighted to have you over for dinner.
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Wow, Andréa!
You seem so focused and dedicated! I wish my students were a little bit like that. lol

I like the way you're studying. Keep it up and you'll get wondrous results.

Take care.
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