Máscaras para se safar das pegadinhas | Inglês Todos os Dias #406
De acordo com um artigo que eu estava lendo, os antigos celtas usavam máscaras durante esta época de Halloween para fazer pegadinhas com os amigos e não serem pegos, se safarem, escaparem impunes. No episódio de hoje, vamos aprender um phrasal verb comum para se dizer isso em inglês.
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Hiding behind their costumes, villagers often played pranks on one another, but blamed the spirits. Masks and cover-ups came to be seen as means to get away with things. https://edition.cnn.com/style/article/history-of-halloween-costumes/index.ht
Let’s break it down.
go away – went away
get away – got away
someone got away
The robbers got away with five hundred thousand dollars.
The Mayor is getting away with robbery.
He thinks he can get away with murder.
He’s rude to his boss, and gets away with it.
Don’t think (that) you can get away with cheating
Don’t think you can get away with _________________________ .
Don’t think you can get away with causing all this trouble.
Don’t think you can get away with not doing your homework.
Don’t think you can get away with not participating on our site.
Let’s practice! Complete the following sentence in the comments section below.
Don’t think you can get away with ______________________ .
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