Letrinha ridicule In practically all the anniversaries, the children, naive, sing: ' ' With who it will be? /With who it will be? /With who it will be/What () the someone () goes to marry? /It goes to depend/Goes to depend/Goes to depend/if () the beltrano one () goes to want. /It () accepted/It () accepted/Had had two filhinhos/and later if separou' '. The letter of this ' ' musiquinha' ' it is of pssima quality, therefore it presents a bad example: first, because to marry, to have children and if to separate it does not have to be an idea divulged since early for the meninada one, as the familiar desestruturao was natural; second, because, to rhyme with the verb it accepted, the agreement verbal was disrespected, since ' ' adequado' ' , linguisticamente, it would be to agree the verbs to verses: ' ' They had had two filhinhos/and later if separaram' '. However, as this agreement does not rhyme, it was opted to the grammatical shunting line, what, in this in case that, it does not agree, since is not recommendable to grant license poetical for deseducativas phrases. Thus being, it is observed that the final verses of the song, obeying or not the rules of the normative grammar, are not appropriate and need to be reformulated in the form and the content.
The ideal is the crianada one to sing in another way, with new direction, suggesting message of familiar responsibility. It follows a suggestion: ' ' With who it will be? /With who it will be? /With who it will be/What () the someone () goes to marry? /It goes to depend/Goes to depend/Goes to depend/if () the beltrano one () goes to want. /It () accepted/It () accepted/Had always had two filhinhos/and the couple if amou' '. Sung of this form, exactly keeping poor person rhymes it, because she uses words of same grammatical classroom, ' ' brincadeira' ' if he becomes much more educative, with lingustica and conceptual correction, presenting respectable, worthy message of being sung, mainly in anniversary events, when the familiar ones if congregate. Jean Carlos Neris de Paula