“E no araminho?”

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/T/= think, through /D/= the, that

  • Cida sabe sambar.
  • Sopa de massinha com suco de maçã é gostosinho.

Play a game with students:

One side of the room is /T/= think, through and the other one is /D/= the, that

One student has to touch the other one who is by his/her side before he/she touches the wall.

/T/= think, through /D/= the, that
faith brother
three there
Cathy although
bath those
math mother

Miming game (one student tries to mime this sentence to his/her group) or students can say it in pairs as a tongue-twister:

Thirty thin math teachers thought they taught their thirsty students rather well.(you can google it and find more tongue-twisters)

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