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Stage 8

Marianne’s Journey: Part 4

Continue acompanhando a jornada de Marianne e aprenda ouvindo suas histórias.

Marianne and Philip continue to meet and talk on their way to work. One day, Marianne decides she is going to tell Philip that she loves him. However, she doesn’t see him on the train that day. She finds a diary on his seat and thinks it must be his.

1 . As palavras abaixo fazem parte da história e é importante que você as conheça. Consulte-as no Word Bank se necessário.

reason | hurts | pain | in love | tissue | handwriting

2 . Coloque as palavras do quadro nos espaços em branco abaixo. Use cada palavra apenas uma vez.

1 She started to cry so I gave her a …………… .

2 Since the accident, my back …………… a lot.

3 Is there a good …………… why you are so late?

4 He’s got excellent …………… . I can read every word.

5 She thinks she’s …………… with him but I don’t like him.

6 She was in a lot of …………… after he died.

3 . Agora ouça a história.

Grammar: would

Would é normalmente usado em histórias para falar sobre os pensamentos de alguém sobre o futuro.

She would see Philip the next day.

4 . Encontre três exemplos do uso de would descrito acima no áudio dessa lição.

5 . Escolha a resposta correta para as perguntas abaixo.

1 Why did Marianne run to the station on the Monday?

a) She didn’t want to miss her train.

b) She wanted to see Philip soon.

c) She had to get to work early.

2 She was upset because

a) she could not sit very near to Philip.

b) she thought there was no point in living.

c) she couldn’t tell Philip what was wrong.

3 Why did she think she would lose Philip?

a) He didn’t know she was in love with him.

b) She didn’t have his address.

c) She had asked him too many questions.

4 Later that day she thought about

a) how kind he was to her.

b) what cold hands he had.

c) the things he had not said.

5 Why did she feel terrible when she found the diary?

a) She didn’t know how to return it.

b) She might not see him again.

c) She had nearly started to read it.

6 What was strange about the diary?

a) It had the date 1949 on it.

b) There was a ticket in it.

c) There was no writing in it.


Word Bank

diary (substantivo) = diário

handwriting (substantivo) = caligrafia

hurt (verbo) = doer

in love (adjetivo) = apaixonado

lonely (adjetivo) = solitário

pain (substantivo) = dor (emocional ou física)

reason (substantivo) = motivo, razão

tissue (substantivo) = lenço de papel

bottom (adjetivo) = fundo

colleague (substantivo) = colega de trabalho

dentist (substantivo) = dentista

disappoint (verbo) = desapontar, decepcionar

dustbin (RU)/ garbage can (EUA) (subst) = lata de lixo

fix (verbo) = consertar

hardware (substantivo) = ferramentas

luck (substantivo) = sorte

nervous (adjetivo) = nervoso

plastic (adjetivo) = plástico

selection (substantivo) = seleção

signpost (substantivo) = placa de sinalização

sofa (substantivo) = sofá

tooth (substantivo) (plural:teeth) = dente

van (substantivo) = van, furgão

wheelie bin (substantivo) = caçamba de lixo


Respostas:

Exercício 2

1 tissue

2 hurts

3 reason

4 handwriting

5 in love

6 pain

Exercício 4

Of course, I would never forget Tony but somehow it didn’t hurt in quite the same way.

If I didn’t, there was a possibility I would lose him without ever knowing anything about him.

I would give it to him tomorrow, if I could.

Exercício 5

1-b; 2-b; 3-a; 4-c; 5-c; 6-a