When I was young and I was studying English, one of my favorite exercises was the “True or False.” Finding out if the information presented was real or not was something that I loved. I had to check what was presented, the context, etc. Although I don’t take English classes anymore, I have the feeling I’m doing this exercise every day.
Há muitos anos, quando eu estudava inglês, uma das atividades que mais gostava era “Verdadeiro ou Falso”. Descobrir se a informação apresentada era real ou não era algo que me encantava.
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