quinta-feira, 28 de agosto de 2014

Dawn of The Planet of The Apes



- Apes do not want 1. _________________!
- You know the scary 2. _________________ about them? They don’t need power, lights, heat, nothing. That’s their advantage. That’s what makes them stronger.
- We both have 3. _________________. You want to protect yours. I want to protect mine. It’s our only chance for 4. ____________________.
- Are you aware, they are going to turn on you? 
- They are 5. ____________________!
- Caesar, you're in home.
- Who was that?
- A good 6. ___________________... like you.
- Caesar love 7. _________________ more than apes!
- If you threaten his family, he will retaliate.
- Don't shoot.
- Don't you 8. ___________________.
- Should I shoot him?
- 9. ____________________.
- Oh, you wanna a drink?
- Alright. Easy!
- Easy.
- What are you doing?
- I’m saving the human race.
- Oh, my god!
- We made contact, military. They’re already on their way.
- Caesar, you have to go!
- Go, where? 
- This my home. 
- I’m sorry, my 10. ___________________. War has begun.
- Caesar!

Vocabulay
Power = energia 
Heat = calor 
Advantage = vantagem
To turn on = voltar-se contra
To be aware = estar ciente de 
Threaten  = ameaçar
to shoot = atirar em

quarta-feira, 27 de agosto de 2014

Call Center


- We handle nearly 200,000 1._______________________ a day. The hotlines to some of the biggest 2._______________________ in the country.
- Online Sentel. Melanie speaking ... Melanie ... speaking. How can I help? Again, my name is Melanie and have a great day.
- Do you only 3._______________________ women named Melanie?
- It's a trick of the trade. Callers like to 4._______________________ they get the same service rep. This here is the Melanie and John section, and you are over here with the Jennifers and Stephens. 5._______________________ is you.
- What do you mean this is me? I was 6._______________________ I had a supervisor position.
- You gotta spend six 7._______________________ in the trenches before you can interview for a supervisor.
- But I have a PhD. Surely... 
- Look. You want the 8._______________________ or not?
- Yeah.
- Great! Gus here will help get you started. OK, Stephen.
- It's Charlie.
- Sure it is!
- In the File menu do you see where it says 9._______________________?
- Okey dokey-. Can you open the Open menu?
- Okey dokey-. Again, my name is Stephen. Thank you for calling Sentel. Have a great day.
- I actually liked Gus at first sight.
- Welcome to hell, dickhead!
- Maybe not at first sight.
- I'm sorry?
- Hell! People hooked up to machines like slaves. And the smell ... It's pure underarm.
- OK, so what do we do here?
- Sentel Online, Stephen speaking. How may I help you? Okey dokey-, ma'am. Have you checked to see if your PC is on? No, ma'am I'm not a retard. That's simply the protocol … Sorry. Okey dokey-. I'm gonna check that with my supervisor real 10._______________________ and I'm gonna put you on hold.
- You see, Stephen, I'm 65 years old now and my husband is asking me to do it donkey-style...
- OK, ma'am. I'm going to transfer you to our technical department. Please hold...
- Good god... 
- Are you expecting a call?

Vocabulary & Expressions
Handle = lidar com
Nearly = quase
Hotline = linha direta
Trick = truque
Trade = comércio
Rep = representante
Trenches = valas
Surely = certamente
File = arquivo
Actually = na verdade
At First sight = primeira vista
Hook up = conectar
Slaves = escravos
Smell = cheiro
Underarm = axilas
Protocol = protocolo
Put sb on hold = colocar alguém em espera.

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Good morning/afternoon/evening Mr.(s) Reader!
I'm teacher Vinicius, How may I help you? 

segunda-feira, 25 de agosto de 2014

Armageddon - Harry Says Goodbye


- 1. ______________!
- Hi, Gracie. Hi, honey. Grace, I know I promised you I was comin' 2. ______________.
- I don't under... Understand.
- Looks like I'm gonna have to break that 3. _______________.
- I, um... I lied to you, too, when I told you that I didn't want to be like you. 4. _________________ I am like you. And everything good that I have inside of me, I have from you. I love you so much, Daddy. I'm so proud of you. I'm so scared.
- I 5. _______________ it, baby, but there won't be anything to be scared of 6. _________________. Gracie, I want you to know that A.J. saved us. He did. I want you to tell Chick that I couldn't have 7. _______________ it without him, none of it. I 8. _______________ you to take care of A.J. I wish I 9. ________________ be there to walk you down the aisle. But I'll... I'll look in on you from time to time, okay, 10. _________________? I love you, Grace.
- I love you, too.
- I gotta go now, honey.
- Daddy, no. No, no, Dad, no.

Vocabulary
To take care of = tomar cuidado de
From time to time = de tempos em tempos
To look like = parecer que
I'm so proud of you = eu tenho muito orgulho de você
To be scared of = ter medo de, estar com medo de

domingo, 24 de agosto de 2014

Inglês Americano X Inglês Britânico

Há diferenças de:
1. ACCENT (Pronúncia)
2. SPELLING (Ortografia)
3. VOCABULARY (Vocabulário)


As principais são:

1. ACCENT 

1. No inglês britânico há supressão do "h" no início das palavras.
Eg.: I have a horrible hangover - soa: "I've an 'orrible 'angover.
2. O "o" no inglês britânico em palavras como "hot" e "pot" é pronunciado
com os lábios arredondados.
3. O "t" entre vogais, no inglês americano, é pronunciado como um "d" suavizado.
 Já os falantes britânicos pronunciam o "t" como /t/.
4. No inglês britânico, a consoante "r" só é pronunciada antes de vogal.
Eg.: bedroom.
Nos demais casos, o "r" é silencioso, soando mais similar ao som "ah". 
Eg.: car, learn, over.
__________________

2. SPELLING 

American
1. center
2. theater
3. color
4. honor
5. labor
6. catalog
7. dialog
8. check
9. tire
10. pajamas

British
1. centre
2. theatre
3. colour
4. honour
5. labour
6. catalogue
7. dialogue
8. cheque (bank note)
9. tyre
10. pyjamas
_____________________

3. VOCABULARY



quarta-feira, 20 de agosto de 2014

Fifty Shades of Grey



- So this is just an 1. _____________ for the newspaper. I just have a couple of 2. ____________.
- Mr Grey will see you, now.
- What was he like?
- He was polite, intense, smart, 3. _____________ intimidating.
- Do you have any 4. ___________ outside of work?
- What about you? I'd like to know more about you.
- There's really not much to 5. _____________ about me. I mean, look at me.
- I am.
- To what do you owe your 6. _____________?
- I exercise control in all things, Miss Steele.
- It must be really boring.
- I’m incapable of leaving you 7. ____________. 
- Then don't.
- I had a rough start in life. You should steer clear of me. I don't do 8. ___________. My tastes are very 9. ____________. You wouldn’t 10. ____________.
- Enlighten me, then.

Vocabulary

A couple of  = algumas, alguns
Polite = educado
To mean = querer dizer
Boring = chato

terça-feira, 19 de agosto de 2014

ROBOCOP


- Ready? 
- This is detective Alex Murphy, Officer down! 
- We are on the eve of a 1.___________ revolution. 
- We need to give Americans a figure they can rally behind.  
- Give your mom a kiss. 
- Goodnight, baby.  
- Too slow, boy! 
- We're gonna put a man inside a 2._____________.  
- He suffered 4th degree burns over 80% of his body. If he survives, he'll be paralyzed from the waist down, confined to a wheelchair.  
- You say you can save him, what does that mean? What kind of life will he have? 
- What kind of suit is this? 
- It's not a suit, it's you. 
- What the hell did you do to me? 
- Make him more tactical, make him look, uh, let's go with black. 
- When the machine fights, the 3.___________ releases signals into Alex's brain, making him think he's in control. But he's not. It's the illusion of free will. 
- I've selected 13 targets, all wanted for murder. 
- This is the 4.___________ of American justice. 
- Alex! You need to speak to your son. 
- Somehow he's overriding the system's priorities. 
- The human element will always be present. Compassion, fear, instinct. They will always interfere with the system.  
- Dead or 5.__________, you're coming with me.

Vocabulary
Too slow = muito lento
To rally behind = contar com, se apoiar em
From the waist down = da cintura para baixo
Wheelchair = cadeira de rodas
Suit = traje
Target = alvo
Somehow = de alguma maneira
To override = passar por cima

sábado, 16 de agosto de 2014

Old School - airport scene


- Hello!
- Hi, honey! It's me.
- Shouldn't you be on a 1.__________ by now? 
- Well, I should, but unfortunately they oversold the flight.
- Oh, my god! That sucks...
- Yeah, I know. I've got to get on the red eye now. I should be in home around 7 in the 2.__________.
- But I'll miss you, bobby.
- I know. I'll miss you, too. But I'll tell you what. I've got all night spending in the gift shop, so anything with the word San Diego on it it's yours. Just think.
- Just get on that red eye.
- Ok, I'll... I love you. I love you, bobby.
- I love you, too.
- Bye.
- Look, I really need to get on this 3.__________.
- Well, I really need a new mini-van, but that doesn't mean that it's gonna happen now, does it? 
- Look, I don't think you 4.__________. I'm gonna ask her to marry me tonight.
- My goodness, why didn't you say so? Love conquers all, right? But in this case, it bumped Mr. Bernstein and his Coast Hills straight out a coach. Here you go, 5.__________ and good luck.
- Good afternoon, I Murray Bernstein.
- Well, Mr. Bernstein, I'm afraid you flight...

Vocabulary:
Oversold = vendidos em excesso
Bobbyquerido
Just get on that red eye (tipo de voo que decola muito tarde e chega  ao destino muito cedo)
My goodness = Meu Deus
I'm afraid = Infelizmente

quinta-feira, 14 de agosto de 2014

The Grand Budapest Hotel - The Lobby Boy


- 1. _______________ are you?
- I'm Zero, sir. The new Lobby Boy.
- Zero, you say?
- Yes, sir.
- I've never heard of you, never laid eyes on you. Who hired you?
- Mr. Mosher, sir.
- Mr. Mosher!
- Yes, Monsieur Gustave?
- Am I to understand you've surreptitiously hired this young man in the position of a Lobby Boy?
- He's been engaged for a trial period, pending your approval, 2. ________________. 
- 3. ______________, yes. Thank you, Mr. Mosher.
- You're most welcome, Monsieur Gustave.
- You're now going to be 4. _________________ interviewed.
- Should I go and light the candle first, sir? What? No.
- Experience?
- Hotel Kinski, Kitchen Boy, six months. Hotel Berlitz, Mop and Broom Boy, three months. Before that I was a Skillet Scrubber...
- 5. _____________, zero.
- Thank you again, Monsieur Gustave. 
- Straighten that cap, Anatole.The pleasure's mine, Herr Schneider.
- The strap's busted.
- These are not acceptable.
- I fully agree.
- 6. _________________?
- I studied reading and spelling. I started my primary 7. _____________. I almost...
- Education, zero.
- Now it's exploded.
- Good 8. __________________, Cicero. Call the goddamn plumber!
- This 9. _________________, Monsieur Gustave?
- Without fail, Frau Liebling.
- What in hell is this?
- Not now.
- 10. __________________?
- Zero.

Vocabulary
Trial period = período de experiência
Mop and Broom Boy = faxineiro e varredor 
Skillet Scrubber = escovador de frigideira 
Plumber = encanador 
Engaged = contratado

terça-feira, 12 de agosto de 2014

quinta-feira, 7 de agosto de 2014

Bridesmaids


- Miss?
- No. It's not me.
- Yes, it is you. Please go back to your seat.
- Yes, I am with him. I am Mrs. Iglesias.
- No, you are not. You were just out here and you put 1.___________ on. Out.
- But I don't want to.
- Sir, she can have my seat, okay? Everyone should experience 2.___________ class at least once in their lives, and Annie shouldn't miss out just because she can't afford it.
- No, ma'am, I'm afraid that's not allowed.
- Help me, I'm poor.
- No, listen, we're a whole wedding party. I'm the bride. I'm getting married.
- This seat is 3.___________. She's obviously nervous. We'll calm her down and...
- I understand. But Claire is right.
- Everybody, go back to your seats.
- Okay, you especially.
- You have three seconds to get back to your 4.___________.
- You can't get anywhere in three seconds.
- Well, you'd better try.
- You are setting me up for a loss already.
- Thank you.
- Whatever you say, Stove.
- It's Steve.
- "Stove." What kind of name is that?
- That's not a name. My name is Steve.
- Are you an appliance?
- No, I'm a man, and my name is Steve.
- You are a flight 5.___________.
- That's absolutely accurate.
- You can close that.
- Thank you.

Vocabulary
Once = uma vez 
Afford = pagar / arcar com
Allowed = permitido
Poor = pobre
Wedding party = festa de casamento
Setting me up  = armando para mim
Stove = forno
Appliance = utensílio
Accurate = correto, exato

Automatic Pilot


- Dr. Rumack, Mr. Hammen ate fish, and Randy said there are five more cases, and they all had 1._________, too.
- And the copilot had fish.
- What did the navigator have?
- He had fish.
- All right. Now we know what we're up against.
- Every passenger on this plane who had fish for 2._________ will become violently ill in the next half-hour.
- Just how serious is it, Doctor?
- Extremely 3._________.
- It starts with a slight fever, dryness of the throat.
- As the virus penetrates the red blood cells, the victim becomes dizzy, begins to experience an itching, a rash.
- From there, the 4._________ goes to work on the central nervous system, causing severe muscle spasms, followed by the inevitable drooling. At this point, the entire digestive 5._________ collapses, accompanied by uncontrollable flatulence, until finally the poor bastard is reduced to a quivering, wasted piece of jelly.
- Turn on automatic pilot.
- Automatic pilot. Automatic pilot.
- There it is!
- I'll go back to the passengers.

Vocabulary
Fever = febre
Dryness of the throat = garganta seca
Dizzy = tonto
Itching = comichão 
Rash = erupção cutânea 
Muscle spasms = espasmos musculares
Drooling = ficar babando

quarta-feira, 6 de agosto de 2014

Superman Returns - Airplane Rescue



- What the hell is that?
- There's some kind of unidentified bogey coming from the north.
- And it's coming fast.
- Declaring an emergency.
- Overspeed, overspeed.
- Altitude... 
- Do you see that?

Vocabulary
Bogey = Qualquer tipo de objeto voador indefinido