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Praticar pronúncia e escuta em inglês | Ep 7: Nationalities and Languages | INGLÊS BÁSICO

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Conheça nosso Curso Oficial que está com um super desconto! 👇🏽 hotm.art/CursoInglesDoZeroFacil Redes sociais: 👇 Perfil Instagram: https://bit.ly/Instagraminglesdozero Perfil YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/@inglesdozerofacil Perfil do TikTok: https://bit.ly/TikTokInglesDoZero COMO DEVO ESTUDAR? 1° Escute o áudio enquanto lê a transcrição (está aqui abaixo). 2° Pause quando ouvir uma palavra que não conhece ainda e repita até pronunciar corretamente. 3° Escute várias vezes enquanto executa outras tarefas, como dirigir, lavar a louça, arrumar a casa, se exercita e etc... Ouça o máximo de vezes que conseguir com fones de ouvido. Vale também deixar os áudios tocando em som ambiente. Seu subconsciente capta tudo! Esse hábito diário te ajuda a treinar o listening (ouvir) e aumentar o seu vocabulário 🌏 TRANSCRIÇÃO PARA ESTUDO: (a tradução não cabe aqui, caso queira receber, nos chame no direct do Instagram que enviamos para você: https://bit.ly/Instagraminglesdozero). Todd: So, Abidemi, let’s talk about languages. Abidemi: Sure. Todd: You are from Nigeria and Nigeria has many languages, correct? Abidemi: That’s true, yes. Todd: How many languages can you speak? Abidemi: I would say that I can speak one language very well. Todd: Me too. Abidemi: And that would be English. But, I speak other languages fairly well. Yoruba, which is a Nigerian language, French, and a little bit of Japanese as well. Todd: You are Canadian also, and in Canada, students study French, correct? Abidemi: That’s true, yes. Todd: Do you speak French often in Canada? Abidemi: While I was living there I spoke it a lot more, yes. Todd: Do you like French? Abidemi: I love French. I love learning languages. Todd: French, I think, is very hard for some people, myself included, because the pronunciation of some words is very different than the pronunciation of American English. I think it’s funny that there are some words in French that look exactly the same as words in English but we pronounce them completely differently. Abidemi: I have never thought of it like that before, Todd, but you’re right. They look the same but the pronunciations are different. Todd: I think it’s a trick because we see the word, and we know how to say it one way, but we have to say it a different way. Abidemi: That’s true. Todd: We just can’t do that well. Abidemi: That’s true. Todd: So, you can speak Yoruba. Abidemi: Yoruba, yes. Todd: Have you ever taught that language? Abidemi: No, never. I don’t think too many people want to learn it outside of Nigeria. Todd: I think, in the future, more people will want to learn unique languages. Abidemi: I hope you’re right. Todd: Yeah, maybe. Abidemi: Maybe. Todd: What language do you want to learn in the future? Abidemi: I have many that, if I had more time, I would like to learn. I’m interested in Japanese, of course. I live in Japan now, so I would like to speak it better. I would also like to learn Mandarin, Russian, Hausa, another Nigerian language, Spanish, and maybe a couple of others. Todd: Yeah, there’s so many languages I want to learn. I want to learn Spanish too. I can speak some Thai and Japanese because I lived as a teacher in both countries. But, I want to learn a language that has the same alphabet. I can read Thai but not very well. I can read Japanese but not very well. I want to learn a language where it’s easy to read and see what the word is. In Thai, you can’t do that. In Japanese, you can’t do that. Abidemi: I know what you mean. It would make it easier to learn the language. Todd: But in Russian, you can’t do that. Abidemi: That’s true. Todd: It’s completely different. Abidemi: That’s true, but they have alphabets that are the same. You just have to decode them. Todd: A little bit, yeah. We have the phrase, it’s all Greek to me, which means you have no idea. Anyway, thanks a lot, Abidemi. Abidemi: Thank you, Todd. #inglesdozero #inglesparainiciantes #pronunciaemingles --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/inglesdozerofacil/message
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Conheça nosso Curso Oficial que está com um super desconto! 👇🏽 hotm.art/CursoInglesDoZeroFacil Redes sociais: 👇 Perfil Instagram: https://bit.ly/Instagraminglesdozero Perfil YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/@inglesdozerofacil Perfil do TikTok: https://bit.ly/TikTokInglesDoZero COMO DEVO ESTUDAR? 1° Escute o áudio enquanto lê a transcrição (está aqui abaixo). 2° Pause quando ouvir uma palavra que não conhece ainda e repita até pronunciar corretamente. 3° Escute várias vezes enquanto executa outras tarefas, como dirigir, lavar a louça, arrumar a casa, se exercita e etc... Ouça o máximo de vezes que conseguir com fones de ouvido. Vale também deixar os áudios tocando em som ambiente. Seu subconsciente capta tudo! Esse hábito diário te ajuda a treinar o listening (ouvir) e aumentar o seu vocabulário 🌏 TRANSCRIÇÃO PARA ESTUDO: (a tradução não cabe aqui, caso queira receber, nos chame no direct do Instagram que enviamos para você: https://bit.ly/Instagraminglesdozero). Todd: So, Abidemi, let’s talk about languages. Abidemi: Sure. Todd: You are from Nigeria and Nigeria has many languages, correct? Abidemi: That’s true, yes. Todd: How many languages can you speak? Abidemi: I would say that I can speak one language very well. Todd: Me too. Abidemi: And that would be English. But, I speak other languages fairly well. Yoruba, which is a Nigerian language, French, and a little bit of Japanese as well. Todd: You are Canadian also, and in Canada, students study French, correct? Abidemi: That’s true, yes. Todd: Do you speak French often in Canada? Abidemi: While I was living there I spoke it a lot more, yes. Todd: Do you like French? Abidemi: I love French. I love learning languages. Todd: French, I think, is very hard for some people, myself included, because the pronunciation of some words is very different than the pronunciation of American English. I think it’s funny that there are some words in French that look exactly the same as words in English but we pronounce them completely differently. Abidemi: I have never thought of it like that before, Todd, but you’re right. They look the same but the pronunciations are different. Todd: I think it’s a trick because we see the word, and we know how to say it one way, but we have to say it a different way. Abidemi: That’s true. Todd: We just can’t do that well. Abidemi: That’s true. Todd: So, you can speak Yoruba. Abidemi: Yoruba, yes. Todd: Have you ever taught that language? Abidemi: No, never. I don’t think too many people want to learn it outside of Nigeria. Todd: I think, in the future, more people will want to learn unique languages. Abidemi: I hope you’re right. Todd: Yeah, maybe. Abidemi: Maybe. Todd: What language do you want to learn in the future? Abidemi: I have many that, if I had more time, I would like to learn. I’m interested in Japanese, of course. I live in Japan now, so I would like to speak it better. I would also like to learn Mandarin, Russian, Hausa, another Nigerian language, Spanish, and maybe a couple of others. Todd: Yeah, there’s so many languages I want to learn. I want to learn Spanish too. I can speak some Thai and Japanese because I lived as a teacher in both countries. But, I want to learn a language that has the same alphabet. I can read Thai but not very well. I can read Japanese but not very well. I want to learn a language where it’s easy to read and see what the word is. In Thai, you can’t do that. In Japanese, you can’t do that. Abidemi: I know what you mean. It would make it easier to learn the language. Todd: But in Russian, you can’t do that. Abidemi: That’s true. Todd: It’s completely different. Abidemi: That’s true, but they have alphabets that are the same. You just have to decode them. Todd: A little bit, yeah. We have the phrase, it’s all Greek to me, which means you have no idea. Anyway, thanks a lot, Abidemi. Abidemi: Thank you, Todd. #inglesdozero #inglesparainiciantes #pronunciaemingles --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/inglesdozerofacil/message
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