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Miami City Guide

Miami is a sub-tropical city located in the Sunshine State, Florida, in between the Everglades and the North Atlantic Ocean. Flying in over Biscayne Bay, you can spot the wonderful beaches that attract nearly 14 million visitors each year. Welcome to Florida’s cultural center and the diverse mix that represents Miami. The palm tree lined …

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Orlando – Must-See Attractions

Orlando is centrally located in the state of Florida with the Atlantic Ocean to the east and the Gulf of Mexico to the west. With over 2 million people, Orlando is the state’s third largest metropolis. For thrill seekers and parents wanting to spend time with their kids, Orlando means just one thing: Action. It …

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GRAMMAR: Capitalization Rules (quando usar a letra maiúscula)

A língua inglesa tem algumas regras estranhas sobre quando se usar letra maiúscula. Aqui estão algumas diretrizes importantes:   Capitalize the pronoun I. Example: Jennifer and I went to the movies yesterday. Capitalize the first letter of the first word of each sentence. Example: Learning to capitalize correctly will improve your writing. Capitalize the first …

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GRAMMAR: False Cognitive (Cognitivos Falsos)

False Cognitive (Cognitivos Falsos)   English…………………………………… Portuguese Actually……………………………………………………. Na verdade (não atulamente) Attend………………………………. Comparecer; tratar; presenciar (não atender) Brand…………………………………………………………….. Marca, tipo (não brando) College……………………………………………………………. Faculdade (não colegial) Comprehensive………………………….. Amplo; abrangente (não compreensivo) Conceal…………………………………………………………….. Ocultar (não conselho) Data………………………………………………………………………….. Dados (não data) Dependable………………………………………………… Confiável (não dependente) Distinctive………………………………………….. Distinto; diferente (não distintivo) Exquisite………………………………………… Refinado; requintado (não esquisito) Extenuating……………………………………………….. …

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CONFUSING WORDS: Speak vs. Talk

SPEAK and TALK are almost synonymous and are generally interchangeable except in fixed expressions. Remember that the verb speak tends to be used in more formal or one-sided situations. Unfortunately, there is no simple or easy rule to follow. But there are a number of fixed expressions for both verbs.   Always use SPEAK in …

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DID YOU KNOW # 322?

English is spoken throughout the world but it’s not always the same. The way English is spoken can change a lot from one country to another, even within regions of the same country.

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VOCÊ SABIA # 322?

O inglês é usado no mundo todo, mas nem sempre é o mesmo! A forma como o inglês é falado pode variar muito entre as regiões, mesmo dentro de regiões de um mesmo país.

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PREPOSITIONS: of Time – In, on, at

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VERBS: To do

The Verb “To Do” The verb to do is another common verb in English. It can be used as an auxiliary and a main verb. It is often used in questions. Affirmative Negative Interrogative Short answers Short answers I do I don’t .. Do I .. ? Yes, I do. No, I don’t. You do …

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VERBS: To be (or not to be)

The Verb “to be”   Affirmative Contracted Question  Negative I   Negative II                Short answers I am .. I’m .. Am I …? I’m not …. I’m not… Yes, I am. No, I’m not. You are .. You’re.. Are you..? You’re not .. You aren’t .. Yes, you are. No, you aren’t. He is …

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