JERRYDORIEN escreveu:Hi Tiago,
to hang: travar, parar de funcionar.
I'm afraid to hang at the time to speak English (Eu estou com medo de travar na hora de falar inglês).
she still hangs at the time to speak English (Ela ainda trava na hora de falar inglês).
he hanged at the time to introduce his girlfriend to us (ele travou na hora de apresentar a namorada dele pra gente).
Hi JERRYDORIEN. Thanks for the answer. But, are you sure those sentences are correct? I've just asked to a native American friend how could I say "travar" in English. She said it could be "stutter" ("gaguejar" em português). So, I sent those 3 examples you put here to her and she said those sentences don't make sense in English. Are you sure about them?
Maybe you are right, maybe these sentences make sense in other parts of the U.S.A. or England/Canada. I don't know.
Thank in advance!