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en Around the house   »   px Em casa

17 [seventeen]

Around the house

Around the house

17 [dezessete]

Em casa

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Our house is here. A-ui-está --n-ssa-ca--. Aqui está a nossa casa. A-u- e-t- a n-s-a c-s-. ----------------------- Aqui está a nossa casa. 0
The roof is on top. Em -i-- e-------e-----. Em cima está o telhado. E- c-m- e-t- o t-l-a-o- ----------------------- Em cima está o telhado. 0
The basement is below. E- b-ix- e-t--- -orã-. Em baixo está o porão. E- b-i-o e-t- o p-r-o- ---------------------- Em baixo está o porão. 0
There is a garden behind the house. Atrás-da c-s--h--u--q---ta-. Atrás da casa há um quintal. A-r-s d- c-s- h- u- q-i-t-l- ---------------------------- Atrás da casa há um quintal. 0
There is no street in front of the house. À---e------ -a-a-n----á-ne-h------t-ad-. À frente da casa não há nenhuma estrada. À f-e-t- d- c-s- n-o h- n-n-u-a e-t-a-a- ---------------------------------------- À frente da casa não há nenhuma estrada. 0
There are trees next to the house. A--l--o-da-c-s--h-----o-e-. Ao lado da casa há árvores. A- l-d- d- c-s- h- á-v-r-s- --------------------------- Ao lado da casa há árvores. 0
My apartment is here. Aqui-est- o--e- --ar-am--to. Aqui está o meu apartamento. A-u- e-t- o m-u a-a-t-m-n-o- ---------------------------- Aqui está o meu apartamento. 0
The kitchen and bathroom are here. A co--n-a e-----nhe--o -stão-aqui. A cozinha e o banheiro estão aqui. A c-z-n-a e o b-n-e-r- e-t-o a-u-. ---------------------------------- A cozinha e o banheiro estão aqui. 0
The living room and bedroom are there. A-sa-a d- est-r e-- ----t--d--do---- -s--o -q-i. A sala de estar e o quarto de dormir estão aqui. A s-l- d- e-t-r e o q-a-t- d- d-r-i- e-t-o a-u-. ------------------------------------------------ A sala de estar e o quarto de dormir estão aqui. 0
The front door is closed. A --rta--a ca-a está-fech-d-. A porta da casa está fechada. A p-r-a d- c-s- e-t- f-c-a-a- ----------------------------- A porta da casa está fechada. 0
But the windows are open. M-s-as-j-ne-a---s-ã----erta-. Mas as janelas estão abertas. M-s a- j-n-l-s e-t-o a-e-t-s- ----------------------------- Mas as janelas estão abertas. 0
It is hot today. H-j---stá--alor. Hoje está calor. H-j- e-t- c-l-r- ---------------- Hoje está calor. 0
We are going to the living room. N-- va--s par- a--a-a de --t--. Nós vamos para a sala de estar. N-s v-m-s p-r- a s-l- d- e-t-r- ------------------------------- Nós vamos para a sala de estar. 0
There is a sofa and an armchair there. Al---á um--o---e---a p--tro-a. Ali há um sofá e uma poltrona. A-i h- u- s-f- e u-a p-l-r-n-. ------------------------------ Ali há um sofá e uma poltrona. 0
Please, sit down! Se-te---! Sente-se! S-n-e-s-! --------- Sente-se! 0
My computer is there. A-i-e--- - --u com---a--r. Ali está o meu computador. A-i e-t- o m-u c-m-u-a-o-. -------------------------- Ali está o meu computador. 0
My stereo is there. A-i es-á o m-- --a-el---de-s-m. Ali está o meu aparelho de som. A-i e-t- o m-u a-a-e-h- d- s-m- ------------------------------- Ali está o meu aparelho de som. 0
The TV set is brand new. A-tel-v-s-----n--a. A televisão é nova. A t-l-v-s-o é n-v-. ------------------- A televisão é nova. 0

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