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Stage 8

That’s quite all right

Em uma conversa, depois de pedir desculpas ou dar uma satisfação, o ideal é responder com expressões especificas que serão mostradas nessa lição.

1 . O que você diz quando alguém lhe pede desculpas? Leia as respostas abaixo. Anote as que combinem mais com você.

2 . Ouça a conversa entre Carol e Jeannie. Preste atenção nas frases
que uma delas usa para aceitar as desculpas da outra.

3 . Ouça novamente e marque se as afirmações abaixo são verdadeiras ou falsas.

1 Carol’s husband is called Luke.

2 Carol is phoning to thank Jeannie for dinner.

3 Jeannie was in the kitchen during the argument.

4 Carol thinks David was very rude to Luke.

5 The argument was about taking holidays abroad.

6 Carol and Luke are going on holiday to Jamaica.

7 Jeannie thinks David should apologise.

8 Both women are happy at the end of the conversation.

Grammar: should

Lembre-se: usamos should para dizer que algo é a coisa certa ou errada
a se fazer.
You should keep out of the sun in the middle of the day.
We shouldn’t go to that beach because it is covered in oil.

4 . Encontre três exemplos desse uso de should no áudio.

5 . Escreva frases completas usando as expressões abaixo com should ou shouldn’t. Use suas próprias palavras nos números 7 e 8.

1 drive without a licence ……………………

2 take time to relax on holiday ……………………

3 go to bed early if you are tired ……………………

4 wear so much make-up ……………………

5 drink plenty of water ……………………

6 spend too much money ……………………

7 You shouldn’t ……………………

8 You should ……………………

20 minutes+

Construa frases com sentido associando as da esquerda (1–6) às da direita (a–f).

1 I’m really sorry

2 He wanted to apologise

3 I’m afraid

4 Please don’t

5 I’m not happy about it

6 Of course I understand,

a) no problem.

b) so please don’t do it again.

c) to hear about your accident.

d) for his mistake.

e) I can’t accept your apology.

f) worry about it.


Word Bank

abroad (RU)/overseas (EUA) (advérbio) = no exterior (fora do país)

accept (verbo) = aceitar

licence (substantivo) = licença (documento)

make-up (substantivo) = maquilagem


Respostas:

Exercício 2

Jeannie: Of course, I will. No problem.

Jeannie: … there’s no need to apologise. Let’s forget about it.

Exercício 3

1 True

2 False

3 True

4 False

5 True

6 False

7 False

8 True

Exercício 4

Carol: … we should stay at home for our holidays…

Jeannie: … it’s not you who should be apologising.

Carol: Quite. It should be Luke…

Exercício 5

1 You shouldn’t drive without a licence.

2 You should take time to relax on holiday.

3 You should go to bed early if you are tired.

4 You shouldn’t wear so much make-up.

5 You should drink plenty of water.

6 You shouldn’t spend too much money.

Model answers:

7 You shouldn’t drink too much coffee.

8 You should have some exercise every day.

20 minutes+

1-c; 2-d; 3-e; 4-f; 5-b; 6-a