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It’s so easy to ignore the warning lights that go off, but in this case the tire looks a little low too. It’s a good thing that friends can help out, check the tires and even take things in to a mechanic if needed. And if you ever need to make that request in Portuguese, today’s lesson’s got you covered.
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Dear Língua da Gente Team
Elementary 73 could do with some editing:
English translation of the first sentence missing; therefore for the rest of the lesson Portuguese/English grouped the wrong way.
“… come on” : “… came on”
“… there a nail here” : ” … there’s a nail here”
” … e qualquer forma” : “… de qualquer forma”
Thanks for the weekly lesson (“It must be Tuesday again!”) and best regards.
Thanks, changes have been made…
Fun lesson, but thought you might want to know that the Portuguese/English translation alighment of the printed dialogue is out of sync.
Don’t forget the English word ‘pneumatic’–which might be a good way to remember the portuguese ‘pneu’
Thanks very much for all these lessons.
Weird, we’ll take a look at get things lined up. It’s it fun to make new connections, now pneumatic gives you a mental tie to remember ‘pneu’!!!!