quinta-feira, 31 de julho de 2014

Orange is the new black


- Hello?
- It's 1. _________________.
- Alex?
- I was just gonna drop this off, but... 2. __________________.
- Just give it.
- 3. _______________ it to me.
- Attention all personnel, be advised count is off. Can we please conduct a recount?
- Do you 4. ________________ the Four Seasons in the Seychelles? Gosh, we just threw our laundry into the hallway, it was like 40 bucks for a pair of pants.
- Hey.
- I've been thinking about it... a lot. And I just wanted to let you know that there are no hard feelings. I was pretty 5. ________________, but, I'm over it.
- So, um...
- Friend?
- Wow. That's 8. really big of you, Pipes.

Vocabulary
Hard feelings = ressentimentos 
To drop off = deixar
Laundry  = roupa suja
Bucks = dólares (gíria)

terça-feira, 29 de julho de 2014

Principais Erros de Ortografia


1.
Errado - As casas eram germinadas.
Certo - As casas eram GEMINADAS. 
English - The houses were TWINNED.

2.
Errado - O restaurante vendia comida por kilo.
Certo - O restaurante vendia comida por QUILO.
English - The restaurant used to sell food BY THE KILO.

3.
Errado - Assine depois do asterístico.
Certo - Assine depois do ASTERISCO.
English - Sign after the ASTERISK.

4.
Errado - Ele coleciona bugingangas.
Certo - Ele coleciona BUGIGANGAS.
English - He collects GADGETS.

5.
Errado - Ele foi preso por estrupo.
Certo - Ele foi preso por ESTUPRO.
English - He was arrested for RAPE.

6.
Errado - Há muitos mendingos na rua.
Certo - Há muitos MENDIGOS na rua.
English - There are many BEGGARS on the street.

7.
Errado - As crianças amam mortandela.
Certo - As crianças amam MORTADELA
English - The children love MORTADELLA

8.
Errado - Nós faremos uma festa beneficiente no final do ano.
Certo - Nós faremos uma festa BENEFICENTE no final do ano.
English - We will have a CHARITY party at the end of the year.

9.
Errado - Os funcionários reinvidicam seus direitos.
Certo - Os funcionários REIVINDICAM seus direitos.
English - The employees CLAIM their rights.

10.
Errado - Nós usamos 10% do nosso célebro? 
Certo - Nós usamos 10% do nosso CÉREBRO? .
English - Do we use only 10% of our BRAIN?

sexta-feira, 25 de julho de 2014

The Hangover - Hotel check-in


- Hi, 1. ________________ to Caesar's.
- Hello.
- Checking in?
- Yeah. We have a 2. ________________ under Dr. Price.
- Okay, let me look that up for you.
- Dr. Price? Stu, you're a 3. _______________, okay? Don't try to get fancy.
- It's not fancy if it's true.
- He's a dentist. Don't get too excited.
- And if, uh, someone has a 4. ______________ attack, you should still call 911.
- We'll be sure to do that.
- Can I ask you a question? Do you know if the hotel's pager-friendly?
- What do you mean?
- I'm not getting a sig on my beeper.
- I'm not sure.
- Is there a payphone bank? Bunch of payphones? 5. ________________.
- Um, there's a phone in your room.
- That'll work.
- So I have you in a two-bedroom suite on the 12th floor, is that okay?
- It sounds 6. _________________.
- Actually, I was wondering if you had any villas.
- Phil, we're not even gonna be in the 7. _________________. It's unnecessary.
- No big deal. We can share beds. It's one night.
- If we're share beds, I'm bunking with Phil.
- You good with that?
- No, I'm not good with that. Guys, we are not sharing beds. What are we, 12 years old? Lisa, I 8. _______________. How much is the villa?  
- Well, we have one villa available, and it's 4200 for the night.
- Is it awesome?
- It's pretty awesome.
- We'll take it. Give her your credit 9. __________________.
- I can't give her my credit card.
- We'll split it.
- Are you crazy? No, this is on us. 
- You don't get it. Melissa checks my statements.
- We just need a credit card on file. We won't charge you until check out, so you can figure it out then.
- That's perfect. Thank you, Lisa. We'll deal with it tomorrow. Come on.
- Fine.
- Can I ask you another question?
- Sure.
- You probably get this a lot. This isn't the 10. _________________ Caesars Palace, is it?
- What do you mean?
- Did, uh... Did Caesar live here?
- Um, no.
- I didn't think so.

Vocabulary
Fancy = "enfeitado", luxuoso 
To call 911 = ligar para a emergência
Payphones = telefones públicos, orelhão
To bunk = dividir cama
To split = dividir
Statements = extrato bancário 

segunda-feira, 21 de julho de 2014

At the hotel - Reception


- Good morning!
- Good morning, sir! How can I help you? 
- I'd like a room for the 1._________________.
- Single or double, sir?
- Single, please. Do all rooms have mini-bars
- Yes, sir! And cable TV too. Could you fill up the 2._______________ form, please?
- Ah...
- Oh! I'm sorry, sir! I'll do it for you.
- Thank you, ma'am.
- Your 3.__________________ name, please?
- Patterson.
- Can you spell it?
- P, A, T, T, E, R, S, O, N.
- And your first name?
- Jonathan.
- Home address? 
- Waipawa. He... That is W, A, I, P, A, W, A, The Old Sheep Farm. New Zealand.
- Nationality? 
- New Zealand.
- And when were you born?
- April, 21st, 1970.
- And what is your 4.____________________?
- I'm a translator.
- That's all. Thank you! Could you sign here, please?
- Yes, of course.
- Thank you! Here is your 5.___________________. I’ll ask the bellboy to take your luggage to your room. You’re in room 765, 7th floor. Enjoy your stay.
- Thank you!

Vocabulary
Mini-bars = frigobar 
To fill up = preencher
Bellboy = Carregador
Floor = piso 

sábado, 19 de julho de 2014

The Cure - Friday I'm in love


I don't care if Monday's 1. ___________________
Tuesday's 2. _________________ and Wednesday too
Thursday, I don't care about you
It's Friday I'm in love

Monday you 3. __________________ fall apart
Tuesday, Wednesday 4. _________________ my heart
Thursday doesn't even start
It's Friday I'm in love

Saturday wait
And Sunday 5. ___________________ comes too late
But Friday never hesitate

I don't care if Monday's black
Tuesday, Wednesday heart 6. ____________________
Thursday, never looking back
It's Friday I'm in love

Monday you can 7. ____________________ your head
Tuesday, Wednesday stay in bed
Oh Thursday 8. ____________________ the walls instead
It's Friday I'm in love

Saturday wait
And Sunday always comes too late
But Friday never hesitate

Dressed up to the eyes
It's a wonderful surprise
To see your shoes and your spirits rise
Throwing out your frown
And just smiling at the sound
And as sleek as a shriek
Spinning round and round
Always take a big bite
It's such a gorgeous sight
To see you eat in the middle of the 9. __________________
You can never get enough
Enough of this stuff
It's Friday I'm in love

I don't care if Monday's blue
Tuesday's gray and Wednesday too
Thursday I don't care about you
It's Friday I'm in love

Mondays you can fall apart
Tuesday Wednesday break my heart
Thusrday doesn't even 10. _____________________
It's Friday I'm in love

Vocabulary
To fall apart = desmoronar
Frown = carranca
To care about = importar-se
Sleek = suave 
Shriek = grito
Gorgeous = deslumbrante 

quinta-feira, 17 de julho de 2014

Mean Girls - Lunch scene


- Why don't I 1. ______________ you?
- I'm new. I just moved 2. ________________ from Africa.
- What?
- I used to be home-schooled.
- Wait. What?
- My 3. ______________ taught me at home...
- No, no. I know what home-school is. I'm not retarded. So you've actually never been to a real 4. ________________ before?
- Shut up. Shut up.
- I didn't say 5. _________________.
- Home-schooled.
- That's really interesting.
- Thanks.
- But you're, like, really 6. __________________.
- Thank you.
- So you 7. _________________.
- What?
- You think you're really pretty.
- Oh, I don't know...
- Oh, my God, I 8. _________________ your bracelet. Where did you get it?
- Oh, my mom 9. _________________ it for me.
- It's adorable.
- Oh, it's so fetch.
- What is "fetch"?
- Oh, it's, like, slang. From England.
- So if you're from Africa... why are you 10. _________________?
- Oh, my God, Karen, you can't just ask people why they're white.
- Could you give us some privacy for, like, one second?
- Yeah, sure.
- What are you doing?
- OK, you should just know that we don't do this a lot, so this is, like, a really huge deal.
- We wanna invite you to have lunch with us every day for the rest of the week.
- Oh, it's OK...
- Coolness.
- So we'll see you tomorrow.
- On Wednesdays, we wear pink. 

Vocabulary
Slang = gíria
Huge deal = uma grande coisa, algo muito importante

quarta-feira, 16 de julho de 2014

Airport scene - Inception


- Hot towel, sir?
- We'll be 1.______________ in Los Angeles in about 20 minutes.
- Do you need immigraton forms?
- Thank you.
- Hot 2.______________ , sir?
- No. 
- Do you need immigration forms?
- 3.______________  home, Mr. Cobb.
- Thank you, sir. 
- Welcome. This way.
- James? Phillipa? Look who's 4.______________ .
- Hey. 
- Hey, guys! Hey! How are you?
- Daddy! Daddy!
- Daddy!
- How are you?
- 5.______________ what I've been building!
- What are you building? 
- We're building a house on the cliff (penhasco)!

terça-feira, 15 de julho de 2014

Bean The Movie - Airport scene


- Hey!
- Any 1._____________ now. 2. I think we're looking for a Brad Pitt look-alike. 
- Move on him now!
- Police
- Watch it! Out of the way!
- A 415, man with a gun heading into 2._____________ Two! Get some people here! Police coming through! Lady, watch it!
- There he is!
- 3._______________ on the floor! Now!
- Not you, sweetie.
- Oh, 4.________________.
- Carefully take out your weapon, holding the butt with two fingers. Slowly place it on the floor and take three steps back.
- What is this?
- I don't know. Weird.
- Mr Bean, are you on any 5._______________?
- Not that I know of.
- Well, you could certainly use some.

Vocabulary
Look-alike = Parecido com
Watch it = Cuidado
Sweetie = Querido
Weird = Estranho
Slowly = Lentamente

segunda-feira, 14 de julho de 2014

The can, sir

- Do you want the can, sir?
- The what? 
- Do you want the can, sir?
- The cancer? 
- The can, sir?
- Oh, no! I'm fine. Thank you!

quarta-feira, 2 de julho de 2014

Friends - Everyone orders in the restaurant


Waiter : Do I dare ask?
Monica : Yes, I will start with the carpaccio, and then I’ll have the grilled prawns.
Ross : That sounds great. Same for me.
Waiter : And for the gentleman?
Joey : Yeah, I’ll 1._____________________ the Thai chicken pizza. But, hey, look, if I get it without the nuts and leeks and stuff, is it 2._____________________?
Waiter : You’d think, wouldn’t you? Miss?
Rachel : Ok, I will have the uh, side salad.
Waiter :  And what will that be on the 3._____________________ of?
Rachel : Uh, I don’t know. Why don’t you put it right here 4._____________________ my water?
Waiter : And for you?
Phoebe : Um, I’m gonna have a cup of the cucumber soup, and, um, take care.
Chandler : I will have the uh, Cajun catfish.
Waiter : Anything else?
Chandler : Yes, how ’bout a verse of Killing Me Softly. You’re gonna sneeze on my fish, aren’t you?
Ross :Wow. Is anybody else feeling like just gave 5._____________________to an alien?
People: Yes......No...
Ross :  Plus tip, divided by six and everyone owes 28 bucks.
Rachel : Um, 6._____________________?
Ross : Oh, you’re right, I’m sorry.
Joey : Thank you.
Ross : Monica’s big night, she 7._____________________ pay.
Monica : Oh, thank you!
Ross : So five of us is, $33.50 apiece.
Phoebe : No, huh uh, no way, I’m sorry, not gonna happen.
Chandler : Whoa, whoa, prom night flashback.
Phoebe : I’m sorry, Monica, I’m really 8._____________________ you got promoted, but cold cucumber mush for thirty-something bucks? No! Rachel just had that, that, that 9._____________________, and, and Joey with his like teeny pizza! It’s just...
Ross : Ok, Pheebs! How ’bout we’ll each just 10._____________________ for what we had. It’s no big deal.
Phoebe : Not for you.

Vocabulary & Expressions
Apiece / each = cada
To sneeze = espirrar
Cucumber = pepino
Mush = papa
bucks (informal) = dollar 
Grilled prawns = camarão grelhado
Carpaccio = um prato feito a partir de carne ou de peixe cru, cortado em fatias finas, e é comumente servido como um aperitivo ou antepasto
Nuts = nozes
Leeks = alho-poró
Cajun catfish = um prato apimentado feito de peixe-gato (bagre)
Plus = mais (adição)
To owe = dever

Job Interview

View from the top



I'm John Whitney.
Maybe a little too long.
This one. Head of the Royalty flight-attendant training program. Tell me, why do you want to work for Royalty Airlines?
I believe that I have a lot to offer your airline.
Because the 1.____________ are...You know, they're so much bigger. Oh. My gum.
Why do you want to work for Royalty Airlines?
Oh, well...I've got a lot of answers. But I just got to think of the right one.
Take your 2.____________.Collect. Gather. Go.
Because I'm organized and efficient.
I worked for Sierra Airlines,you know. I put that down there. Yeah, right above Hooters.
Hooters.
Right. Oh, yes.
If there is a task, I will not stop until I have completely it perfectly.
Did I say "3.____________"?
Got a question for you.
Okay.
What's your tolerance level for pain? Physical pain.
Like, sexual pain?
Would you consider yourself a people person?
Oh, definitely. Big people person. Not just big people.
Not just giants.
You got it.
Okay.
To learn and to follow through with all the 4.____________.
I'm just gonna say a few words.
Okay.
Okay.
Didgeridoo.
Scooby Doo-Doo.
Tectonic plates.
Tectonic plates.
Dishware.
Do you handle surprises well?
Do you handle surprises well?
I scared you, didn't l?
No, no.
It has always been my 5.____________ to work for the best.
And I think you guys are the best.
That's just terrific.
You're terrific, how about?
No. This one.It's called strabismus. There's no business like "strobusiness." I get to make jokes.
Does anything frighten you?
Oh, you mean the eye?

Vocabulary & Expressions
To handle = lhe dar com
Take your time = leve o tempo que for preciso
Pain = dor
Terrific = excelente, fantástico 

The pursuit of happyness


Chris Gardner.  How are you?  Good morning.  Chris Gardner.  Chris Gardner.  Good to see you again.  Chris Gardner.  Pleasure. 
I’ve been sitting there for the last half-hour trying to come up with a story that would explain my being here dressed like this.  And I wanted to come up with a story that would demonstrate qualities that I’m sure you all admire here, like earnestness or diligence and team-playing, something.  And I couldn’t think of anything.  So the truth is I was arrested for failure to pay parking tickets. 
Parking tickets? 
I ran all the way here from the Polk Station, the 1._______________________. 
What were you doing before you were arrested? 
I was painting my apartment. 
Is it dry now? 
2._______________________. 
Jay says you’re pretty determined. 
Oh, he’s been waiting outside the front of the building with some 40-pound gizmo for over 3._______________________. 
He said you’re smart.
I like to think so. 
And you want to learn this business?
Yes, sir, I wanna learn this business. 
Have you already started learning on your own
Absolutely. 
Jay!
Yes, sir. 
How many times have you seen Chris? 
I don’t know.  One too many apparently. 
Was he ever dressed like this?
No.  No.  4._______________________. 
First in your class in school?  High school?
Yes, sir. 
How many in the class?
Twelve.  It was a small town. 
I’ll say.
But I was also first in my radar class in the Navy and that was a class of 20. … Can I say something?  I’m the type of person if you 5._______________________and I don’t know the answer I ‘m gonna tell you that I don’t know.  But I bet you what.  I’ll know how to find the answer, and I will find the answer.  Is that fair enough? 
Chris, what would you say if a guy walked in for an interview without a shirt on and I hired him?  What would you say? 
He must’ve had on some really nice pants. 

Vocabulary & Expressions
Half-hour = meia hora
Dressed  = vestido
Earnestness = seriedade
(to be) arrested = ser preso 
Dry = seco
Smart = esperto
To bet = apostar
On your own = Sozinho, por sua conta.

The devil wears Prada


Who are you?
My name is Andy Sachs. I recently 1._______________ from Northwestern University.
And what are you doing here?
I came to New York to be a Journalist and basically, it's this or Auto Universe.
So you don't 2._______________ Runway?
No.
And 3._______________ today, you had never heard of me.
No.
And you have no style or sense of fashion.
Well, I think that depends on what you're...
No, no. That wasn’t a 4._______________.
You're right. I don't fit in here. I am not skinny or glamorous . But I'm smart. I learn fast and I will work very hard.
I got the exclusive on the Cavalli for Gwyneth.
Thank you for your 5._______________. 

Vocabulary & Expressions 
Northwestern = noroeste
To fit = se enquadrar, caber, encaixar
Skinny = magra