Diálogos 14 a 19: Chatting, asking about hotels, directions, etc

Inglês - Diálogos 14 a 19 Chatting, asking about hotels, directions, etc
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Com estes diálogos de inglês,

  • fale sobre uma viagem que você fez;
  • conte o que aconteceu que te deixou chateado;
  • conte uma novidade boa a alguém;
  • peça informações sobre como chegar a algum lugar;
  • pergunte e entenda qual é o caminho para onde você quer ir;
  • peça comida em um restaurante.

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14. Chatting: How was the trip? (00:01)

Duas pessoas indo a algum lugar de carro batem papo sobre a viagem de uma delas.

[woman] How was your weekend?
[man] It was OK. I went to Miami.
[woman] Cool. Do you have family there? (Legal. Você tem família lá?)
[man] No. Just a couple of friends, but I didn’t see them.
[woman] Really? What did you do in Miami?
[man] I worked the whole weekend.
I only went out Saturday night, with my boss and a couple of coworkers. (Eu só saí sábado à noite, com o meu chefe e dois colegas de trabalho.)
[woman] Oh. Where did you guys go?
[man] We had dinner at a French restaurant.
[woman] How was the food?
[man] It was awesome, really good.
Good thing my boss paid for it. (Ainda bem que meu / minha chefe pagou (pelo jantar). It was really expensive.
[woman] How was the weather? Miami is usually sunny.
[man] Oh, the weather was beautiful. It was hot outside, but we were in the conference room the whole time. (Estava quente lá for a, mas a gente ficou no salão de conferências o tempo todo.)

 

15. Chatting: You look bummed (02:13)

Duas pessoas se encontram na rua e batem papo sobre o que deixou uma delas chateada.

[woman] Hey, how’s it going?
[man] Fine… How are you?
[woman] I’m good, but you look kinda bummed. What’s up?
Estou bem, mas você está com uma cara de chateado. (Que se passa / Que acontece?)
[man] Umm… I had my final exam last week, and it didn’t go so well.
[woman] Oh. But, you studied for a month, you were so prepared! What happened?
[man] Well, the exam started at 8, right? So I woke up at 7:40…
[woman] What? Oh, no…
[man] Yeah. I didn’t eat anything, so I was hungry the whole time, and really tired, so… you can imagine. (É. Eu não comi nada, então eu tava com fome o tempo todo, e super cansado, então… você pode imaginar.)
[woman] OK. Let’s have some coffee and talk about something funny.

 

16. Chatting: You look happy! Old job, new job (04:14)

Já no café, aquelas duas pessoas continuam batendo papo, só que agora sobre uma novidade boa.

[man] Hey, you look happy. What’s going on?
[woman] I have a new job – I’m starting next week!
[man] That’s awesome, congratulations! So what’s the new job?
[woman] I’m gonna be a sales manager at Acme.
[man] Acme! Wow, that’s a great company.
[woman] Yeah, and I wasn’t very happy in my old job, so…
[man] Really? I thought you liked it. (Sério? Eu achei que você gostava (dele).
[woman] Well, I liked the people. My coworkers were great. But the pay was awful.
[man] Well, congratulations!

 

17. Arriving somewhere, asking about hotels (05:58)

Pedindo informação na rua.

[man] Excuse me, are there any hotels in this neighborhood?
[woman] Sure. There’s the Grand Hotel just around the corner, on Lexington. (Claro. Tem o Grand Hotel virando a esquina, na Lexington.) Just go one block and turn left.
[man] Uh… I think the Grand Hotel is too expensive. Are there any cheap hotels around here?
[woman] Cheap hotels? Well, this is an expensive neighborhood…. Oh, wait…. there’s a hostel on Lake. Hostels are cheap, so… (Albergues são baratos, então…)
[man] A hostel would be great! Um albergue seria ótimo! How do I get there?
[woman] Well, you can walk about twelve blocks, or you can take the bus.
[man] I think I’m gonna take the bus. Is there a bus stop around here?
[woman] Just go one block and turn right on Lexington.
[man] Thank you.
[woman] No problem.

 

18. Asking for directions (08:21)

Uma pessoa quer ajuda sobre como chegar a um lugar chamado “Griffin-Coleman House”.

[man] Excuse me, can you help me?
[woman] Sure.
[man] How do I get to the Griffin-Coleman House?
[woman] Let’s see.. the Griffin-Coleman House is on Nicholson and we’re on Nassau… OK. Just walk along Nassau and turn left on Duke of Gloucester Street.
[man] OK, so I just go on Nassau… how many blocks?
[woman] Just one block.
[man] One block. Then I turn left on Duke of… Say that again…? Fala (isso) de novo…?
[woman] Duke of Gloucester Street.
[man] Duke of “Gloster”.
Is that g-l-o-s-t-e-r? É g-l-o-s-t-e-r?
[woman] Nope, it’s g-l-o-u-c-e-s-t-e-r.
[man] Ah. Thanks. So I turn left on Duke of Gloucester and then…?
[woman] Then walk along Duke of Gloucester for two or three blocks… I’m not sure. (Não tenho certeza.
Just walk until Queen Street, and then turn left again.)
[man] OK. Duke of Gloucester for two or three blocks until Queen Street, then turn left.
[woman] Then, go another block on Queen until Nicholson Street, and you’re there.
[man] Duke of Gloucester for two or three blocks, turn left on Queen Street, go one block until Nicholson. [woman] That’s it.
[man] Thanks!
[woman] No problem.

 

19. Ordering food at a restaurant or drive-thru (12:42)

Aqui um homem faz seu pedido à garçonete de um restaurante.

[woman] Would you like to order?
[man] Yes, sure.
[woman] What would you like, sir?
[man] A cheeseburger… and a glass of milk.
[woman] OK, a cheeseburger… and a glass of milk. Is that all?
[man] I’d also like a small salad.
[woman] Which salad would you like, sir? We have Caesar’s and the House salad.
[man] I’m gonna have the Caesar’s.
[woman] So one cheeseburger, a glass of milk and one Caesar’s salad… Your total is twelve fifty.
[man] 12.50… Here.
[woman] Fifteen dollars… Here’s your change, two dollars fifty.
[man] Thank you.
[woman] You’re welcome.

  • Dulcineide says:

    I loved all your dialogues! Thanks for making this :)

  • Maria Oliveira da Silva says:

    Estou maravilhada. Obrigada.

  • Magnólia says:

    Gostei muito dos diálogos pois todos com tema usados diariamente.

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