Na lĂngua inglesa, Ă© possĂvel usarmos termos de ligaĂ§ĂŁo entre oraĂ§Ă”es tornando a fala ou a escrita muito mais compreensĂvel e menos fragmentada.
Ă que com o uso de palavras de ligaĂ§ĂŁo, conjunĂ§Ă”es e conectores em InglĂȘs, a nossa linha de raciocĂnio fica em completa sincronia, evitando desentendimentos que facilmente ocorreriam se nĂŁo usĂĄssemos esses termos.
Abaixo, destacamos alguns desses termos que separamos de acordo com os grupos:
- Consequence or result
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Ex: And she reminded us that it’s not his first time in jail.
Ex:Â He has both the money and the time to play Gulf.Â
3. As well as
Ex: I’m buying milk as well as coffee.
4. Not only… but also
Ex:Â Fernando de Noronha is not only one of Brazil’s nicest places but also one of its most visited.
Ex: Besides tellig her she should quit her job he told her to dump her boyfriend.
Ex: My mother’s just got back on her feet. Futhermore, she’s just bought a new house.
Ex: Religion classes should be forbidden in schools. Moreover, schools should allow kids to choose what religion they belong to.
Ex: Or the could very well pick what classes they would like to attend to.
Ex: They can either eat chiken or fish.
Ex: They can play neither soccer not footbal.
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Ex: She will succeed if she studies.
Ex: Unless you change your ways, he’s not gonna talk to you ever again.
13. As long as
Ex: As long as you help me, I can give you a hand.
14. Provided that
Ex: I’ll stay here provided that you say too.
Consequence or result
Ex: It was late, so I went to bed.
Ex: The dogs are very dirty and thus you will have to keep them away from the guests.
Ex: They are no longer coming and hence we don’t have to buy so much food.
Ex: My brother turned the frige off. Thereofre, the beer got warm.
Ex: She Â continuedÂ to haveÂ migrainesÂ and accordingly returned to the doctor.Â
Ex: She didn’t get a raise. Consequenty, she decided to quit her job.
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Ex: He still argues, though he knows he’s wrong.
Ex: Although he already had a mobile phone he decided to buy a new one.
23. Even Though
Ex: Even though she still loves me, she won’t answer to any of my calls.
24. Despite/ inspite of
Ex: Despite the fact Â that is raining we’re still going out tonight.
Ex: She is tired but happy.
Ex: They broke up, yet met the next day.
Ex: I don’t eat fish. However, I really like eating lobsters.
Ex: You can’t chat here. Nevertheless, you can talk to each other in the next classroom.
29. On the Other hand
Ex: I couldn’t fix it, on the other hand my brother handled it.
Ex: I like to play soccer, whereas Paula likes to play the piano.
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Ex: He plays as he enjoys.
32. As if
Ex: He talked to me as if I didn’t something wrong.
33. As tough
Ex: Â It seems as though they didn’t send me the confirmation code.
34. So as to
Ex: He plays soccer so as to lose weight.
35. In order to
Ex: We called her in order to book a table for five.
36. So that
Ex: She shouted so that he could hear her.
Ex: Because she was late she took a taxi.
Ex: He jumped for joy.
39. Because of this
Ex: Because of this, we should start caring more about animals than humans.
40. For that reason
Ex: For that reason, they should try to make it up to them.
41. As soon as
Ex: As soon as they finish, we will leave.
Ex: My back hurts when I walk.
Ex: It was fun while it lasted.
Ex: He said he will fight till death.
Ex: We drank until dawn.
47. In the mean time
Ex: In the mean time, he fixed the fridge.
Ex:Â I haven’t seen her since June.
Ex:Â TheÂ boardÂ is deliberating; meanwhile, we must be patient.
50. In the same way
Ex: They talk about teachers in the same way my mother talks about doctors.
Ex: He speaks like his brother.
Ex: Jack did it likewise.
Ex: Most of the women were similarly dressed.
Ex: I kew he would win and indeed he did.
55. In fact
Ex: In fact, he could have talked to them before making such decision.
56. Â Certainly
Ex: Â She may certainly be invited.
Ex: He is actually a singer, not an actor.
58. As a matter of fact
Ex: As a matter of fact, I’m tired of this situation.
59. For example
Ex:Â Buy something simple, for example, some apple and some bananas.Â
60. For instance
Ex: For instance, she could go to her friends and try to find a way to solve this without war.
Ex: Â It was another colour, namely red.
62. That is (to say)
Ex: She’s not going to joing us, that is, she will stay here.
63. Such as
Ex:Â An enemy such as him, should be killed without hesitation.
64. in other words
Â Ex: In other words, you are fired.
65. To sum up
Ex: To sum up, Â the government should use taxes to fill holes with more ciment.
66. In summary
Ex: In summary, they killed two people and stole the yellow car.
Ex: Briefly, the politicians were taken into custody and were charged with corruption pratices.
68. To conclude
Ex: To conclude, it is highly recommeded that people start caring more about what they eat.
69. In a word
Ex: In a word, there are great chances of Brazil becoming one of the best countries to live.
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