Free English Tips!

Inglês – o projeto!

Cabe ao aluno entender que o seu desenvolvimento do Inglês é um projeto profissional – ou seja, faca nos dentes! 

  • Comprometimento – foco e curiosidade na aula e no conteúdo – afinal é o seu projeto!
  • Estar “ligado” – incluir o Inglês no dia-a-dia – ler e perceber tudo a sua volta em Inglês.
  • Administrar a agenda com o tempo de estudo em casa – o tempo é raro!
  • Estudar com o material do curso e extras do professor (pods, vídeos, textos, exercícios, etc.) – uso de dicionário, ler e escrever textos.
  • Não queira criar o seu próprio método ou usar de métodos mal-sucedidos no passado. Confie no professor e dedique-se.

O seu professor deve identificar rapidamente o que o aluno precisa e qual é o processo de aquisição do aluno.

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hire out (outsource)

If you hire out something (or hire something out), you allow someone to pay you money so that they can use it for a short time. British and Australian English.
Examples of use:
a) We hire out virtual assistants for small and medium businesses.
b) They hire out gardening machinery on a daily rate.
c) We’re starting a new business hiring out limousines for weddings and parties.

hack into

To hack into something is to get into someone else’s computer system or online account secretly, and often illegally, in order to look at their information or do something illegal.
Examples of use:
a) Someone tried to hack into my father’s computer yesterday.
b) The office computer was hacked into and all their files have been deleted.
c) A person who hacks into other people’s computers is called a hacker.
d) News headline: ‘Foreign spies’ hack into Australian PM’s computer.
e) They hacked into the Playstation Network and stole customers’ personal data.

get ahead

To get ahead is to be successful in your work or your life.
Examples of use:
a) I want to get ahead in my job so I work very long hours.
b) If you want to get ahead in life you must work hard and never give up.
c) She got ahead in her career by going to university and then working abroad for a year.

fill in for somebody

To fill in for somebody is to do their work because they are away.
Examples of use:
a) Can you fill in for me while I’m on holiday?
b) Go and have your lunch break. I’ll fill in for you.
c) Janet is ill. I need someone to fill in for her.
d) Thank you for filling in for me and teaching my class.