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Hoje eu levantei cedo, escovei os dentes, me vesti, tomei café da manhã, falei com meus pais e fui para o trabalho. Eu trabalhei muito e almocei às 11:45. De tarde, eu telefonei para um amigo e disse a ele para ir até minha casa semana que vem. Agora, eu estou comendo pão com manteiga e tomando suco. Hoje à noite, eu vou assistir um jogo de futebol na TV com meus amigos da faculdade. Hoje eu não tive problemas mas não tive muitas coisas para fazer. Amanhã, eu vou ter muitas coisas para fazer, mas eu não vou cometer erros porque eu vou prestar atenção nas coisas.

Today I got up early, I brushed my teeth, I dressed, I had breakfast, I talked with my parents and I went to the job. I worked a lot and lunched around to 11:45. In afternoon, I called to a friend and I said him go to my house next week. Now, I'm eat bread with butter and I'm drinking milk. Tonight, I go watch a soccer match on TV with my friends of college. Today I don't have problem but have not so many things to do. Tomorrow, I have so many things to do, but I don't make mistakes because I gonna pay attention in things.
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Meus amigos me tirem umas dúvidas nas frases abaixo, por favor:

1- "Today, I didn't have problems but I didn't have many things* to do."

*Many things – Me parece correto, pois a frase está na negativa. OK.

2- Tomorrow, I'll have many things** to do, but I won't make mistakes because I'll pay attention to things.

**A lot of/Lots of things – Não seria o correto, pois a frase é afirmativa?
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Alecsandro,

Essa é uma tendência, mas não é uma regra - pelo menos ainda não. O quantifier many pode ser usado na afirmativa sem problemas. Observe a seguir exemplos.

She worked hard for many years. [Merriam-webster]
Many people feel that the law should be changed. [Oxford]

Bons estudos.
Donay Mendonça escreveu:Pessoal,

Aqui está a tradução do texto.

HAD breakfast. HAD lunch at 11:45.


Não consigo entender como colocar "have e had" em frases, da forma que você usou. Algumas frases, falantes nativos falaram, não consegui compreender a função do have, já que ignorá-lo era a "mesma" coisa que não tê-lo na frase, para mim. O "had" , porque você o usou invés de outros verbos?

E "told him to go to", não entendi essa 'expressão' na frase. Principalmente o "told" e o him"; a estrutura em si.
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Today, I got up early, brushed my teeth, got dressed, had breakfast, talked to my parents and went to work. I worked a lot and had lunch at 11:45. In the afternoon, I called a friend and told him to go to my house next week. Now, I'm eating bread and butter and drinking juice. Tonight, I'll watch a soccer game on TV with my friends from college. Today, I didn't have problems but I didn't have many things to do. Tomorrow, I'll have many things to do, but I won't make mistakes because I'll pay attention to things.


No texto acima, "had" é o passado simples de "have" (ter). No caso de "had breakfast" e "had lunch", trata-se das formas no passado de "have breakfast" e "have lunch", que são expressões equivalentes respectivamente a "tomar café da manhã" e "almoçar".

Nas frases acima, "I didn't have problems" e "I didn't have many things to do", trata-se da forma negativa no passado simples, feita com "didn't" onde o "have" não sofre alteração devido ao "didn't".

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E "told him to go to", não entendi essa 'expressão' na frase. Principalmente o "told" e o him"; a estrutura em si.


O passado de "tell" (dizer, contar, mandar/dizer para alguém fazer alguma coisa) é "told". Com isso, "told him to go to" significa "disse para ele ir", "mandou ele ir".

Tell somebody to do something: mandar alguém fazer alguma coisa, dizer para alguém fazer alguma coisa.

Tell her to stay. [Mande ela ficar.]
I told you to wait. [Eu disse para você esperar.]

Os pronomes a serem usados são os objeto: me, you, him, her, it, us, you, them.

Bons estudos.
Hi, guys! This is my very first post here even I'm subscribed here since a long ago.

I've started at English at least one month ago and I really really need to practice. This is the text that I've tried to translate:

"Today I woke up early, brushed my teeth, got dressed, had breakfast, spoke with my parents and went to work. I worked a lot and take a launch at 11:45 am. In the noon, I called to a friend and said to him to go at my house next week. Now I'm eating bread and butter and drinking orange juice. Tonight, I'll go see a football game on the tv with my college friends. Today I've got no problem but I had many things to do. Tomorrow, I'm going to have many things to do, but I'll not get mistakes because I'll pay attention to the things."
Today I got up early,brushed my teeth, dressed me, had breakfast, spoke to my parents and then I went to work. I worked a lot and had lunch at 11;45 a.m. On afternoon, I called a friend of mine and told him to go over my house next week. Right now I'm eating bread with butter and drinking some juice. Tonight, I'm having a soccer match on TV and I'll watch it with my university friends.Today, I didn't have any problem but I didn't have a lot of things to do. Tomorrow, I'm gonna have many things to do, but I won't do any mistake because I will pay attention about everything.
I know my answer is wrong, I could correct it before post, but I prefer to be honest...so...there we go: Today, I Woke up early, I brushed my teeth, I wear me, had my breakfast, I talked to my parents and went to work. I worked very much and lunched at 11:45. At the afternoon, I phoned for a friend and I said him to go to my home next week. Now, im eating bread with butter and drinking juice. Today at night im going to watch a football match on tv with my friend from university. Today I have no problems but I have few things to do. Tomorrow, I will have a lot things to do, but I don’t make mistakes because I will to pay worth in the things
Today I got up early, brushed my teeth, got changed, ate breakfast, talked to my parents and went to work. I worked a lot and had lunch at 11:45. In the afternoon, I called my friend and told him to go to my house next week. Now, I`m eating bread and butter and drinking juice. Tonight, I`m gonna watch a football/soccer game on TV with my friends from college. Today I hadn`t problems, but I hadn`t things to do. Tomorrow I`m gonna have a lot of things to do, but I`m not gonna make mistakes because I`m gonna pay attention to stuff.
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