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Irregular Verbs

  Infinitive Past Tense Past Participle Be  Was, Were Been Become Became Become Begin  Began Begun Bite Bit Bitten Blow Blew Blown Break Broke Broken Bring Brought Brought Build Built Built Burn Burnt Burnt Buy Bought Bought Catch Caught Caught Choose Chose Chosen Come Came Come Cost Cost Cost Cut Cut Cut Deal Dealt Dealt Dig Dug  Dug Do  Did Done Draw Drew Drawn Drink Drank Drunk Drive  Drove Driven Eat  Ate  Eaten Fall  Fell Fallen Feel  Felt Felt Fight Fought Fought Find Found Found Fly Flew Flown Forget Forgot Forgotten Freeze Froze Frozen Get Got  Got Give Gave Given Go  Went Gone Grow Grew Grown Have Had Had Hear Heard Heard Hide Hid Hidden Hit Hit Hit Hold Held Held Hurt Hurt Hurt Keep Kept Kept Know Knew Known Lay Laid Laid Learn Learnt Learnt Leave Left Left Lend Lent Lent Let Let Let Lie Lay Lain Lose Lost Lost Make  Made Made Meet Met Met Pay Paid Paid Put Put Put Read Read Read Ride Rode Ridden Ring Rang Rung Rise Rose Risen Run Ran Run Say Said Said See Saw Seen Sell Sold Sold Send Sent Sent Shine Shone Shone Shoot Shot Shot Show Showed Shown Shrink Shrank Shrunk Shut Shut Shut Sing Sang Sung Sit Sat Sat Sleep Slept Slept Speak Spoke Spoken Spend Spent Spent Stand Stood Stood Steal  Stole Stolen Sweep Swept Swept Swim Swam Swum Take Took Taken Teach Taught Taught Tell Told Told Think Thought Thought Throw Threw Thrown Wear Wore Worn Win Won Won Write Wrote Written ...

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American x British (P-Z)

 AMERICANS x BRITONS SAY   P   Pacifier | Dummy Pant suit | Trouser suit Pants | Trousers Panties | Pants, Knickers Parentheses | Brackets Parka | Anorak Parking lot | Car park Pedestrian crossing | Subway Perfect | Spot on Period (punct.) | Full stop Pharmacist | Chemist Pickle | Gherkin Pimple | Spot Pin | Brooch Pit (fruit) | Stone Plastic Tape | Sellotape (brand name) Plastic wrap | Clingfilm (brand name) Pleasant | Homely Pleased | Chuffed Police Car | Panda car Policeman | Bobby Pool | Snooker Popsicle | Ice lolly Potato Chips | Crisps Prenatal | Antenatal Prison | The nick Private school | Public school Prom | Ball Propeller | Air screw Public School | State School Push up | Press up Put to sleep | Put down     Q   Quarrel | Row Quotation marks | Inverted Commas     R   Railroad | Railway Railroad Tie | Sleeper Raincoat | Mac, Mackintosh Raise | Rise (salary) Realtor | Estate Agent Relish | Pickle Rent | Hire Reserve | Book Rest Room | WC Rest stop | Lay-by Row house | Terraced house Rubber | Condom Rummage Sale | Jumble sale Run | Ladder (hosiery) Rutabaga | Swede     S   Salesclerk | Shop assistant Salt shaker | Saltcellar Saran Wrap (brand name) | Clingfilm ( brand name) Sausage | Banger Sausage & potatoes | Bangers and mash Scallion | Spring onion Scalper | Tout Scotch | Whisky Scotch Tape (brand name) | Sellotape (brand name) Sedan | Saloon car Seedy | Downmarket Sell | Flog Senior Citizen | OAP (Old Age Pensioner) Set the table | Lay the table Shopping Bag | Carrier bag Sick | Nauseous Sideburns | Sideboards Side light | Parking light Side mirror | Wing mirror Sidewalk | Pavement Slate (noun) | List of candidates for election Slate (verb) | Designate for action or appointment Slowpoke | Slowcoach Smart | Clever Sneakers | Daps, Trainers, Plimsolls,Pumps Soccer | Football Solitaire | Patience (cards) Splashboard | Mudflap Spoiled | Off Squash | Marrow Station Wagon | Estate Car Steal | Nick, Pinch Stingy | Mean Stopper | Bung Street Musician | Busker Stroller | Push Chair Stupid | Daft, Gormless Subway | Underground, Tube Superbowl of Soccer | FA Cup Suspenders | Braces Sweater | Jumper Swinging door | Swing door     T   Take a bath | Have a bath Talk show | Chat show Taxi stand | Rank Tenement | Housing estate Thank you | Cheers, Ta Thicket | Copse Thumbtack | Drawing pin Tire | Tyre Toilet | Loo Toss | Bung To step on the gas | To accelerate Traffic Circle | Roundabout Traffic Jam | Tailback Trailer | Caravan Trash Bag | Bin liner Trash Can | Dustbin Truck | Lorry Trunk | Boot TV | Telly Two Weeks | Fortnight   U   Umbrella | Brolly Underpants (men's) | Y-fronts Underpants (women's) | Pants, Knickers Underpass, tunnel | Subway Undershirt | Vest Unemployed | Redundant Unstable | Wonky     V   Vacation | Holiday Vacuum | Hoover Very | Bloody Vest | Waistcoat Vice Girl | Prostitute Vinyl Top (of car) | Hood     W   Well-dressed | Smart Whine | Whinge Windshield | Windscreen Windshield wiper | Windscreen wiper Wine (cheap) | Plonk Woman (attractive) | Crumpet Wrench | Spanner     Y   Yard | Garden Yard sale | Jumble sale     Z   Zee (the letter) | Zed Zip code | Postal code Zucchini | Courgette ...

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American x British (H-O)

 AMERICANS x BRITONS SAY   H   Ham | Gammon Hamburger bun | Bap Hardware store | Iron mongers' Hedge | Hedgerow High-rise | Tower block High school | College Highway | Carriageway Motorway Hood | Bonnet Hooligan | Yob, Yobbo Hungry | Peckish     I   Inclusive | All-in Instruction | Tuition Intermission | Interval Interrogate | Vet Investigate | Vet     J   Jail | Gaol Jell-O | Jelly Jelly | Jam Juice Concentrate | Squash     K   Kerosene | Paraffin     L   Labor union | Trade union Lady's room | Ladies' Lawyer | Barrister Solicitor Leash | Doglead License plate | Number plate Like (verb) | Fancy Line | Queue Lineup | Identity parade Liquor (hard) | Spirits Liquor store | Off license Living room | Lounge     M   Mail | Post Mailbox | Pillar box Math | Maths Men's room | Gents Mobile home | Prefab housing Monkey Wrench | Spanner Motor Home | Caravan Movie | Film Movie Theater | Cinema Muffler | Silencer   N   Nail polish | Nail varnish Naked | Starkers Napkin | Serviette Nauseous | Sick, Seedy Newscaster | Presenter Newsdealer | Newsagent Nightgown | Nightdress Nothing, Zero | Nil, Nought Nudist | Naturist     O   Oven | Cooker Overpass | Flyover ...

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American x British (A-G)

 AMERICANS x BRITONS SAY   A   Administration | Government Airplane | Aeroplane Aluminum | Aluminium Antenna | Aerial Apartment | Flat Apartment building | Block of flats Appointment Book | Diary Argentina | The Argentine Argentinian | Argentine Argument | Row Ass | Arse     B   Baby Carriage | Pram Babysitter | Minder Backpack | Rucksack Backup | Tailback Bandaid | Elastoplast Bar | Pub Baseboard | Skirting - board Bathroom | Lavatory Bathtub | Bath Bathroom | Water closet, W.C. Beltway | Ring road Billboard | Hoarding Bleachers | Terrace Blinker (car) | Indicator Blowout (car) | Burst tire Bobby pin | Hair pin Boss | Gaffer Bookstore | Bookshop Boxers | Boxer shorts Boy | Lad Briefs | Pants Bulletin Board | Notice board Bureau | Chest of drawers Buttocks | Bum     C   Call | Ring Can | Tin Candy | Sweets Car | Carriage (train) Carpenter | Cabinet Maker Casket | Coffin Chat | Natter Check (bank) | Cheque Check (restaurant) | Bill Checkers (game) | Draughts Chopped Meat | Mince Classy | Upmarket Clothespin | Clothes peg College, School | University Condom | Sheath Conducter (train) | Guard Sheath Congress (train) | Parliament Cookie | Biscuit Corn | Maize, sweetcorn Cot | Camp bed Counterclockwise | Anticlockwise Crazy (person) | Nutter Credit | Hire purchase Crib | Cot Curb | Kerb     D   Dead End | Cul de sac Dessert | Afters Diaper | Nappy Dish towel | Tea towel Divided Highway | Dual Carriageway Do the dishes Wash up Down Comforter | Eiderdown (edredon) Drapes | Curtains Drugstore | Chemist's Druggist | Pharmacist Drunk | Blotto, Pissed     E   Eggplant | Aubergine Elementary School | Primary School Eletric Cord | Flex Elevator | Lift Engineer (train) | Engine driver Eraser | Rubber Exhausted | Knackered Expensive | Dear     F   Fall | Autumn Faucet | Tap Fellow | Bloke, Chap Fire Department | Fire Brigade First Floor | Ground Floor Fish Store | Fish mongers' Flashlight | Torch Flutist | Flautist Football | American football Freeway | Motorway Freight Train | Goods Train French Fries | Chips     G   Garbage | Rubbish Garbage Can | Bin Garbageman | Dustman Garter Belt | Suspenders Gas | Petrol Gas pedal | Accelerator Gear shift | Gear lever Gelatin | Jelly Girl Scout | Girl Guide Glasses | Specs Go away | Sod off Grade crossing | Level crossing Ground Beef | Mince Guy | Chap, Bloke ...

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The UEG Travel Guide | Shopping (Tables)

    A - TABELA DE MEDIDAS DO VESTUÁRIO FEMININO A1 - DRESSES/SUITS   BRAZIL   U.S.   U.K. 38 2 8 40 4 10 42 6 12 44 8 14 46 10 16 48 12 18 50 14 20   A2 - STOCKINGS   BRAZIL   U.K./U.S. 8 P 8 ½ 9 M 9 ½ 10 G 10 ½   A2 - SHOES   BRAZIL   U.S.   U.K. 34 4 ½ 3 35 5 ½ 4 36 6 ½ 5 37 7 ½ 6 38 8 ½ 7 39 9 ½ 8       B - TABELA DE MEDIDAS DO VESTUÁRIO MASCULINO B1 - OVERCOATS/SUITS   BRAZIL   U.S. / U.K. 46 36 48 38 50 40 52 42 54 44 56 46   B2 - SHIRTS   BRAZIL   U.K./U.S. 38 15 40 16 42 17 44 18   B3 - SHOES   BRAZIL   U.S.   U.K. 38 7 6 39 8 7 40 9 8 41 10 9 42 11 10 43 12 11 44 13 12 ...

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The UEG Travel Guide | Shopping (S-Z)

O momento das compras torna-se muito melhor se você tiver à sua disposição alguns termos que te ajudem a expressar exatamente o que você quer. Para isso, listamos abaixo algumas palavras e expressões que podem ser úteis para você em lojas e outros estabelecimentos comerciais.   S sale | liquidação sales tax (US) | imposto sobre vendas salesperson | vendedor (a) seconds | mercadoria de segunda qualidade ou com defeito seersucker | tecido de algodão de linho listrado (azul e branco) separates | peças separadas de roupas sequin | lantejoula shade | tonalidade shape | forma, feitio sheepskin | pele de ovelha ship | expedir, remeter, enviar shoemaker's | sapataria shoplifter | ladrão de loja shrink | encolher silk | seda silversmith's | loja de prataria silverware | prataria, artigos de prata size | tamanho sleeve | manga slit | fenda, abertura snakeskin | pele de cobra snap (US) | botão de pressão solid | liso, de uma cor só splurge | gastar demais, esbanjar, ostentar sporting goods | artigos esportivos sportswear | roupas esportivas stain resistant | não...

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The UEG Travel Guide | Shopping (K-R)

O momento das compras torna-se muito melhor se você tiver à sua disposição alguns termos que te ajudem a expressar exatamente o que você quer. Para isso, listamos abaixo algumas palavras e expressões que podem ser úteis para você em lojas e outros estabelecimentos comerciais.   K keystone | preço de custo kidskin | pele de cabrito knick-knacks | bugigangas Knitwear | Malharia knock-off | imitação   L label | etiqueta lace | renda, passamanaria lapel | lapela layaway (US), lay-by (UK) | artigo reservado cuja entrega só será efetuada após o término de seu pagamento leather | couro leathergoods | artigos de couro leave a deposit | deixar um adiantamento leftovers | mercadorias em estoque, sobras let out | alargar licensed item | artigo cuja produção é subordinada à concessão de uma licença do estilista linen | roupa de cama, mesa e banho lingerie | roupa intima, lingerie lining | forro loose | largo low-cut | decotado, cavado lumber yard | deposito e/ou comércio de madeira   M mail-order | fazer pedido por correspondência make a check out...

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The UEG Travel Guide | Shopping (E-J)

O momento das compras torna-se muito melhor se você tiver à sua disposição alguns termos que te ajudem a expressar exatamente o que você quer. Para isso, listamos abaixo algumas palavras e expressões que podem ser úteis para você em lojas e outros estabelecimentos comerciais.   E embossed | em relevo embroidered | bordado enamel | esmalte engraved | entalhado escalator | escada rolante evening attire | traje de noite   F fabric | tecido, pano factory outlet | loja da fábrica fancy | elegante, chique fishmonger's | peixaria fit | servir, ser do tamanho correto fitted | justo, colado, adequado, apropriado fitting room | provador five-and-dime store (US) | loja que só comercializa artigos bem baratos flea market | mercado de pulgas, vende especialmente mercadorias de segunda mão e antigüidades footwear | sapataria, loja de calçados franchised boutique | boutique de uma franquia French cuff | punho duplo furnishings (US) | acessórios de vestuário masculino furniture | loja de móveis furrier's | Peleteria, vendedor de peles   G garage sale | venda de artigos diversos, em geral beneficente, efetuada em propriedade...

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The UEG Travel Guide | Shopping (A-D)

O momento das compras torna-se muito melhor se você tiver à sua disposição alguns termos que te ajudem a expressar exatamente o que você quer. Para isso, listamos abaixo algumas palavras e expressões que podem ser úteis para você em lojas e outros estabelecimentos comerciais.   A active sportswear | roupas esportivas alter | arrumar, alterar (apertar, alongar, etc) antique shop | antiquário appliance shop | loja de eletrodomésticos armchair shopping | compra por correspondência art gallery | galeria de arte auctioneer's | casa de leilão   B bait-and-switch technique | técnica de venda que consiste em atrair o cliente com artigos de preços especiais, para depois propor a aquisição de um produto de preço superior baker’s, bakery | padaria bargain | pechincha, barganhar, chegar a um acordo bargain basement | seção de liquidação no subsolo de uma loja bargain bin | banca de artigos amontoados a preços bem econômicos beauty salon | salão de beleza bell bottom | boca-de-sino bow | laço branch | filial brand | marca bubble plastic | plástico polibolha para...

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The UEG Travel Guide | Leisure

Programações culturais e de lazer são o centro de grande parte das viagens que você irá realizar. Listamos abaixo algumas palavras e expressões que podem ser úteis ao consultar guias e pesquisar por informações sobre o seu destino.   Bar-hopping | ir de bar em bar billboard | painel ou quadro para colocação de propagandas ou avisos box office | bilheteria de teatro ou cinemas box seats | assentos mais caros e separados dos outros assentos do teatro Broadway | rua de Nova York, famosa pelos teatros instalados nos seus arredores, região dos teatros de Nova York conductor | maestro, motorista draft/draught | chopp dress up | vestir-se bem fancy | extravagante, a caráter feature | exibir, atração formal | formal intermission | intervalo entre períodos de ação ou partes de uma peça de teatro ou cinema movie | filme network | rede, rede de comunicações, rede de televisão open house | festa aberta a todos outlet | distribuidor de uma determinada companhia potluck dinner | reunião onde cada convidado...

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