At the end of this lesson you'll be able to:
Vocabulário:to have the ability to make people obey (law or organization), illegal, unethical, or negligent professional conduct, in or to another place, a noisy quarrel; a controversy or dispute, better than other people or things, to be selected from others, especially those things which have been rejected because of inferior quality, to talk in a self-admiring way; to speak in excessively proud terms of your possessions, or talents
Gramática:Em algum lugar/em nenhum lugar
Categorias:textos, política, atualidades, sobre o brasil, lei, notícias
REVIEW OF SOMEWHERE, ANYWHERE, NOWHERE, ELSEWHERE
Dialog: "If these trends are reinforced, Brazil's supreme court will start to resemble similar courts elsewhere."
We use "somewhere" to mean at, in, or to a place not specified or known; to a place or state of further development or progress; or approximately, roughly.
We use "anywhere" to mean to, in, or at any place; to any extent or degree, at all; or to indicate limits of variation.
We use "nowhere" to mean not anywhere; to no place or result; a remote or unknown place; or a state of nonexistence.
We use "elsewhere*" to mean in or to a different or another place.
-No, he went elsewhere.
*Note: "Elsewhere" is interchangeable with "somewhere else".
We’ve come to the third and final series on the current state of Brazil’s Supreme Federal Tribunal. In this lesson you’ll find out what other innovations have been made, and about a certain argument had between Mr. Barbosa and Mr. Mendes...a civilized argument that is, no fist fighting!Experimente uma aula grátis