AS histórias em quadrinhos podem ajudar a melhorar o vocabulário de forma divertida. Geralmente, as palavras não são complicadas. A minha tirinha favorita em Inglês é o Calvin And Hobbes, eles são muito engraçados. Calvin é um menino de mais ou menos 6 anos de idade e Hobbes é o seu tigre de pelúcia que ganha vida com a imaginação fertil de Calvin. O desenhista é Bill Watterson.
Os dois primeiros quadros são a imaginação de Calvin em ação.
Nesse link http://www.gocomics.com/calvinandhobbes você pode ler outras tirinhas famosas. Divirta-se, afinal rir faz bem.
Simple Present Tense Verb To be – Affirmative and Negative
(Master) Hello Woofer. Well, things didn’t work out. Moreau wanted to turn animals into humans and humans into gods. But it’s instinct and reason, instinct and reason. What’s instinct to a dog?
(Woofer) To hunt. To kill, Master. To run with the pack. I want to go to dog heaven.
(Monster) Now we are men.
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The cat was not moving. It was lying in the grass. The cat was black and white. It was a pretty black and white cat. It was cold outside. The cat was lying on its stomach. It was dark outside. The porch light shined on the cat. The cat looked at Sissy. “Mom, can I have the cat?” she asked her mom. Her mom came outside on the porch. She looked at the cat. “That is a pretty cat,” her mom said. “Can I have it?” Sissy asked. Her mom said no. Maybe the cat belonged to another family. Maybe the cat was wild. If it was wild, it might bite Sissy.
moving = move – ing
lying = lie -ying
shined = shine – d
looked = look – ed
said = say – past tense
asked = ask – ed
belonged = belong – ed