O texto de hoje usa as preposições de lugar under, inside, in e behind, além de um pouco de vocabulário de personal hygiene. As meninas estão dividindo um quarto de hotel e tentando encontrar suas coisas no banheiro…
(Melissa) I can’t find the hairbrush. Where did you put it?
(Lucy) It’s in the drawer under the sink.
(Melissa) It isn’t. I looked there.
(Lucy) Did you look inside the cabinet?
(Melissa) Yeah, it’s not there, either… (opening the cabinet) Hey, look what I found! Here’s your yellow scrunchy.
(Lucy) My scrunchy – so that’s where it was! Hmm… what’s that on the shelf behind the shower curtain?
(Melissa) The hairbrush – finally! Now I just have to brush my teeth. Hey, we’re out of toothpaste…
(Lucy) I’ll call the front desk.
(dials a number)
(Lucy) Hi, this is room 84… Can we have some extra toothpaste?
(Hotel Clerk) Sure. We’ll send it right up.
(Lucy) Oh, thanks. And could I have some diet soda?
(Hotel Clerk) Oh, I’m sorry. We don’t have any soda left for today. But you can get some soda at the gift shop just outside the hotel.
(Lucy) Ok, thank you.
hairbrush = escova de cabelo
drawer = gaveta
sink = pia
cabinet = armário
scrunchy = clique para ver o que é um scrunchy
shelf = prateleira
shower curtain = cortina do box
we’re out of… = a gente está sem… (acabou alguma coisa)
toothpaste = pasta de dente
we don’t have any …. left = não sobrou nenhum(a) ……
gift shop = lojinha de presentes/souvenirs
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