Falando sobre a família
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Bob: That’s your cousin (1) Teddy. He’s a waiter (2). He’s single, and he likes rock music.
Cheryl: It’s my brother Eddie. He’s a doctor. He’s got a wife (3) and two kids (4), and he likes classical
music. How about this one (5)?
Bob: I don’t know. A cousin?
Bob: Your brother?
Bob: An uncle (6)?
Cheryl: It’s my aunt (7) Judy!
Bob: Sorry, Mrs. Morris. (to Cheryl) She looks like (8) your uncle.
Cheryl: Tell me something about her.
Bob: She’s an architect.
Bob: Two kids. Three kids.Four kids?Five kids?!
Cheryl: No kids. Only eight more (9). Here’s an easy one.
Bob: I don’t know.
Cheryl: It’s my father!
Bob: I know who your father is! Why are you showing (10) me photos of your father?
Cheryl: My family is coming in one hour. Now pay attention (11).
Bob: Why do you have such a large family (12)?
Cheryl: It’s not that large (13).
Bob: Not that large? You have six brothers and sisters, fourteen aunts and uncles—who knows
how many (14) cousins, nieces (15), and nephews (16)! I’d say that’s a large family.
Cheryl: They’re not all coming over (17).
Bob: No, just eighteen of them.
Cheryl: I’m sorry, honey (18). I just want them to like you. Calm down (19). It’s OK. You’re doing fine (20).
Bob: OK. I’m OK. Your cousin John?
Bob: That’s your sister’s husband (21) Ernie. They live on Park Street. Two kids—Elizabeth is twelve
years old, and Katie is eight. Ernie’s an architect. He likes baseball, basketball, and the movies (22).
Cheryl: Wow! One more.
Bob: Your nephew David. His nickname (23) is Dave. He lives on King Street. He’s single, and he’s a
student. He loves to travel. He likes jazz, and . . . he doesn’t like fish.
Cheryl: You’re amazing (24)!
Mother: Very nice! (25)
Cheryl: Oh, it’s almost (26) 6:00!
Mother: Bob, would you wipe off (27) the counter (28)?
Bob: I’ll be in the bathroom (29) for a while (30).
Cheryl: Bob! Hello, everyone! Come on in! (31)
Cousin = primo(a)
Waiter = garçom
He’s got a wife = Ele tem uma esposa
Kids = filhos
How about this one = E este aqui?
Uncle = tio
Aunt = tia
looks like = parece-se com
Only eight more = Só mais oito
Showing = mostrando
Now pay attention = agora preste atenção
such a large family = uma família tão grande
that large = tão grande
how many = quantos
nieces = sobrinhas
nephews = sobrinhos
coming over = vindo
honey = querido
Calm down = acalme-se
You’re doing fine = você está indo bem
Your sister’s husband = esposo da sua irmã
movies = filmes
nickname = apelido
amazing = incrível
Very nice! = muito bem!
Almost = quase
wipe off = limpar
counter = balcão
bathroom = banheiro
for a while = por um tempo
Come on in! = entrem