By Earl W. Thomas
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9. 10. Eles casam. Eu não compreendo você . Ele toma café. Eu abro a janela. Eles vendem carros. Exercise B. Express with the imperative singular: 1 . Speak Portuguese. 2. Study the lesson. 3. Play with the boy. 4. Drink the coffee. 5. Finish the lesson. 6. Remember Mary. 7. Be good. 8 . Learn to speak. 9. Eat the breado 1 0. Wear the shoes. 1 1 . Work hard. 1 2 . Spend the day at home. 1 3. Stay here. 1 4. Come in. I S . Take off the shoes. 1 6. Think of John. 1 7 . Put away the cups. 18. Write a letter.
9 . Estudantes, quando é que 1 0. Eu acho que , os cães, vão comer agora. Exercise E. Fill in the correct form of the possessive pronoun or adjective: 1 . (mine) A casa branca é 2 . (my) irmão é bom. paletó está na cadeira. 3. (your) 4. (yours) O carro marrom é 5 . (our) filha vai à. escola. _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ 36 6. (my) Não tenho 7. (your) Vamos a 8. (ours) O ônibus amarelo é lápis. casa. _ _ _ _ Exercise F. Say in Portuguese: 1. I am hungry, but he is thirsty. 2. He is afraid, but she is more [afraid] .
Ele falou português com você? 6. Você já comeu? 7. Eles quiseram partir? 8. Vocês fizeram uma viagem? 9. Você aprendeu português no Brasil? 1 0. Vocês já tomaram café? Exercise D. Answer with one of the words in parentheses, or others, forming complete sentences: 1 . Por quem a porta foi aberta? 2. Por quanto tempo você vai ficar aqui? 3. Por onde você vai passar na viagem? 4. Até onde vamos? 5 . Como são as ruas de Copacabana? (o menino, o alemão, Maria) (três dias, uma semana) (A cidade, a roça, o Brasil) (a casa de meu tio, o bairro de Ipanema) (largo, estreito, bonito) Exercise E.
A Grammar of Spoken Brazilian Portuguese by Earl W. Thomas