Calma, não vai vir chuva de verdade, é apenas mais um diálogo rápido que vem para introduzir algumas novas frases ao nosso vocabulário.
Diana: It’s a gorgeous day today! What do you say we take a picnic and go down to the park?
Doug: Sounds great! Should we pack some sandwiches or pick up something along the way?
Diana: Why don’t we stop and get some fried chicken at KFC and head down to Murray Park? Let’s bring a few games, too.
Doug: Okay, I’ll get the Frisbee and a softball so we can toss them around. And… what do you think? Should we bring the dog?
Diana: Definitely. He’ll love it down there.
Doug: I’ll get his leash and dog dish. I’m grabbing a tablecloth, too, so we don’t have to eat on a dirty picnic table.
Diana: Good idea. I’ll bring some napkins. I always get so dirty when I eat fried chicken.
Doug: Wait a minute…
Diana: What is it?
Doug: Did you hear that? I heard thunder. A storm is coming.
Diana: Oh no, you’ve got to be kidding…
- gorgeous– beautiful
- What do you say…- (slang) What do you think about…
- to pack– make and take
- to pick something up– buy
- to head down– to go to
- to toss around– to throw
- leash– a rope or chain for holding an animal
- dog dish– plate for dogs to eat out of
- to grab– to get quickly, to take suddenly
- tablecloth– fabric or material we put on a table to keep it clean
- thunder– loud noise in the sky when a storm comes. The light in the sky is called lightning. You can see a picture below.
- You’ve got to be kidding– It’s hard to believe. Something you say when you are surprised.
Isso ai meu povo, até a próxima.