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TEST 2

Communicative
Writing
Language
Reference
Welcome to Adult Track!

Este curso foi desenhado especialmente para voc, que precisa estar preparado para se comunicar em ingls hoje, na sua vida profissional
e pessoal. Sabemos o quanto o seu tempo precioso e, por isso, voc ir usar ingls desde o primeiro dia de aula, sempre em contextos e
situaes que se assemelham muito quelas que aparecem no seu dia a dia. Sendo assim, voc aprender o ingls da vida real, que voc
poder usar para realizar tarefas desde as mais simples como receber um visitante estrangeiro at participar de uma reunio de negcios.

O Adult Track um curso inovador justamente por isso: voc participar ativamente das aulas, trazendo as expresses e estruturas que
voc precisa e no apenas aquelas apresentadas pelo livro. Para garantir esse nvel de personalizao e a atualizao permanente dos
assuntos tratados no curso, alm da sua contribuio, o Adult Track utiliza vrios recursos complementares como filmes, documentrios,
artigos, sites e os materiais multimdia exclusivos da Cultura Inglesa, como atividades no quadro interativo, o e-Campus e o Culture World.
O livro apenas mais um desses recursos. Para acompanhar o curso com mais autonomia e tirar melhor proveito das aulas, preparamos
este guia que apresenta a estrutura do curso aula a aula e rene indicaes de atividades, dicas de estudo e materiais de referncia
exclusivos. Este guia ir:

1. orientar seu estudo;
2. sugerir recursos extras de consolidao do que foi visto nas aulas;
3. oferecer ideias de como expandir o seu conhecimento;
4. identificar o que deve ser priorizado na hora da reviso; e
5. servir de apoio e referncia caso voc precise faltar s aulas.

APRESENTAO DAS SESSES DO GUIA Nmero da aula: O seu estgio composto por 32 aulas, incluindo avaliaes e momentos formais de feedback durante o curso. Communication Purpose:
Aqui voc encontra o foco do que ser estudado em cada aula. Cada uma das aulas gira em torno de uma situao especfica relacionada vida real. O livro apenas um dos muitos recursos usados para
que esse objetivo comunicativo seja atingido, porque o contedo de cada aula exclusivo da Cultura Inglesa. Consolidation: Aqui esto sugestes de atividades essenciais para a consolidao do que foi
visto em sala de aula. Esses exerccios e tarefas retomam a lngua que foi apresentada e praticada em sala atravs de contextos variados. Quanto mais tempo voc conseguir se dedicar ao estudo do ingls
fora das aulas, melhor e mais rpido ser o seu desenvolvimento. Expansion: Quanto mais contato voc tiver com o ingls, melhor! Voc pode aproveitar o seu tempo livre e organizar momentos extras
de estudo. Use essas dicas de como expandir a sua prtica e a sua exposio ao idioma e acelere o seu aprendizado!
COMO US-LO Voc pode acompanhar o contedo de cada aula clicando diretamente no nmero correspondente a ela. Para cada aula, voc ter tambm um dilogo modelo com os itens trabalhados
em aula. Clique neste smbolo para ser direcionado para o dilogo. O guia tambm apresenta modelos para as redaes que voc ir escrever. Clique neste smbolo para ir direto s instrues para
escrever seu texto e ver um modelo de referncia. Para voltar ao menu da primeira pgina, clique neste smbolo . A cada quatro aulas, voc tambm encontra mais dicas de estudo para otimizar seu
aprendizado. No deixe de contar com a ajuda de seu professor em caso de dvidas. Esperamos que, com esse material, voc se torne cada vez mais independente e bem-sucedido no uso do ingls no seu
dia a dia. Tenha um timo semestre!
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Exchanging personal
information
Meeting / greeting
people
Exchanging personal
information
Global CB PI p. 6, 7 (Reading)
Global e-WB PI > Language Practice >
Unit 1 > Grammar 1A
e-Campus: Asking personal questions
(MLG001275)
e-Campus: New Identity (MLA003520)
e-Campus: Who are you? (MLG005203)
Global CB PI p. 6 - Reading ex. 1, 2
Global CB PI p. 133 - Word order in
question forms
Global e-WB PI > Language Practice > Unit
1 > Grammar 1B - Word order in questions

e-Campus: Wh- words (GRU00149B
Grammar Reference Unit)
e-Campus: Video 1: Do you enjoy your
job? (MLGB006453)
e-Campus: Welcome to our company:
job titles (MLAB005308)

Describing people
Part 1
Present Simple
Comparatives
Intensifiers
Vocabulary to describe
peoples appearance
Global CB PI p. 133 > What and How
questions
Global e-WB PI > Language Practice >
Unit 1 > Vocabulary 1A - Describing
people
e-Campus: Do you see him?
(MLG006583)
Global CB PI p. 8 Speaking & Vocabulary
ex. 1, 2, 3
Global e-WB PI > Language Practice > Unit
1 > Vocabulary 1B - Describing people
Global e-WB PI > Language Practice > Unit
1 > Vocabulary 2A, 2B - People you know
Global e-WB PI > Listen on the move >
Vocabulary builder > people you know
Global e-WB PI > Language Practice >
Unit 1 > Grammar 2 - What and How
questions
e-Campus: Best Friends describing
people (MVA006669)

Describing people
Part 2
Present Simple
Comparatives
Intensifiers
Vocabulary to describe
peoples appearance
Global CB PI p. 8 - Extend your
vocabulary - Look and look like
Global CB PI p. 133 - Word order in
question forms; What and How
questions
e-campus: My cousin Jane Question
words (MLG002562)
e-Campus: My family and I (MLG005222)
e-Campus: Whats he like? describing
people (MLA006808)
e-Campus: Sentence stress information
words (MPR003491)
e-Campus: Uses of like: preposition
(Grammar Reference Unit - GRU00085B)
e-Campus: Who has long hair?
(MVA044324)

Talking about habits and
changes with friends
Part 1
Present Simple
Adverbs of frequency
Jobs & activities
Global CB PI p. 11 - Grammar ex. 2
Global CB PI p. 133 Present Simple,
frequency
e-Campus: Adverbs of frequency
(MLG001884)
Global e-WB PI > Language Practice > Unit
1 > Grammar
e-Campus: Market Research (MLGB005231)
Global e-WB PI > Listen on the move >
Vocabulary Builder > People you know


Tip: Observe and talk to your classmates about the way they learn. Everybody has a different learning style and useful strategies to absorb new information. Sharing these ideas can help
you find alternative methods to study English.






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Talking about habits and
changes with friends
Part 2
Present Simple
Present Continuous
Adverbs of frequency
Jobs & activities
Global e-WB PI > Language Practice >
Unit 1 > Grammar 3, 4, 5
e-Campus: Present Simple vs. Present
Continuous (GRU00010A)

Global e-WB PI > Language Practice > Unit
1 > Reading A - Mobile population
Global e-WB PI > Watch > Unit 1 > Paying
by touch
Global CB PI p. 12, 13 Reading
e-Campus: Adverbs of frequency
(MLG001109)

Talking about your present
responsibilities and future
plans at work
+
Communicative Writing 1
Present Simple
Adverbs of frequency
Jobs & activities
Communicative Writing 1
Global CB PI p. 17 Grammar 1

Global e-WB PI > Language Practice > Unit
1 > Writing - Writing about People (ex. 6
and 7)
e-Campus: What do you do in your job?
(MVAB005364)
e-Campus: Work, work, work
(MVAB005400)
e-Campus: Talking about your job
(MLGB005328)
Culture World: People and Society >
Work > Getting a job > Finding out about
UK job interviews.

Interacting naturally in
everyday situations
(using social expressions)
Present Simple
Adverbs of frequency
Social expressions
Going shopping
Expressing thanks
Global e-WB PI > Language Practice >
Unit 1 > Pronunciation 2 - Word Linking
Global e-WB PI > Listen on the move >
Useful phrases > Social Expressions
e-Campus: Socializing (MLAB005311)
Global e-WB PI > Watch > Unit 1 > Its a
small world
e-Campus: What should I say now?
(MVAB005404)


Expressing your opinion
concerning changes in
languages
Expressing opinions,
agreement & disagreement
- (Teachers choice) e-Campus: news - A neutral accent for call
centre workers / easy
(NEWSBRINEUTRALACCENT01)
Culture World: People and Society >
Understanding Britain > Cultural Diversity >
Discussing Cultural Diversities in cities.
Website:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3UgpfSp2
t6k



Tip: Taking risks is part of the learning process. Sometimes, we dont participate much in class because we are afraid of making mistakes. But it is important to remember that your
teacher will only have the opportunity to help and correct you when you speak. So, next time you want you to say something in class, relax and give it a try!






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Talking about food
preferences and eating
habits
Countable &
uncountable nouns
Quantifiers
Food (items &
collocations)
e-Campus: Insects as food for the world
- News item
e-Campus: Uncountable Nouns Food
(GRU00117B)
Global CB PI p. 18 Reading ex. 5
Global e-WB PI > Language Practice > Unit
2 > Vocabulary 5 - Taste
Global CB PI p. 19 - Grammar ex. 1, 2
Global e-WB PI > Language Practice >
Unit 2 > Grammar 1A, 1B, 2A, 2B


Ordering food and drink at
a pub/restaurant
Food & drink vocabulary
Ordering food & drinks
Turn taking
Culture World: Lifestyles > Eating Habits
> Pubs and Restaurants in Britain >
Making > Choices in a Pub or Restaurant
Global e-WB PI > Language Practice > Unit
2 > Vocabulary 1A
e-Campus: Restaurants and eating out
(MLA000298)
e-Campus: A working lunch
(MLAB006420)

Renting your flat/house to
a foreigner
Types of houses
Furniture
Adjectives to describe
places
Prepositions of places
Watch:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zviIOlQZ
0i8&feature=related
There is no audio in this video. Write
down how you would describe this flat.
e-Campus: Quantity words
(MLG001457)
Culture World: Lifestyles > Housing > Living
Spaces > Comparing housing preferences
Culture World: Lifestyles > Housing >
Living Spaces > Finding out about UK
living spaces



Helping a foreigner
prepare a Brazilian drink
Giving instructions
Modals
Ordering items
Global CB PI p. 22 - Reading - The
people behind the drinks - ex. 2, 3
Global e-WB PI > On the move > Listen on
the move > Useful phrases > At the table
e-Campus: Eating and drinking
(MVA004433)

e-Campus: Its your round
(MLG006630)
Culture World: Lifestyles > Eating Habits >
Pubs and Restaurants in Britain > Finding
out about British pubs
Website:
http://www.drinkoftheweek.com/


Tip: Taking notes is important and very helpful. But we sometimes spend a lot of time on copying all texts and sentences we see in class, and probably we wont have time to read
everything later. So, try to strike a balance and just copy what you consider relevant for you. It will help you focus on other aspects of the lesson, such as pronunciation practice.






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Receiving foreign guests
for lunch
(explaining the dishes)
Ordering food & drinks
Describing food & drinks
Countable &
uncountable nouns
Quantifiers
Global CB PI p. 135 - Countable /
uncountable nouns, some, any
Global CB PI p. 135 - A lot of, a little, a
few, (not) enough, much, many - ex. 1, 2
Global e-WB PI > Language Practice > Unit
2 > Writing - Describing Food and Drink
Culture World: Lifestyles > Eating Habits >
Cooking at home > Finding out about
typical British recipes
e-Campus: Foods of the world
(MLA003742)
e-Campus: Food around the USA
(MWP004126)
Website:
http://www.ehow.com/facts_4744724_cocon
utmilk-health-benefits.html

Describing symptoms of
food poisoning at the
doctors office
Present simple
Past simple
Human body
Symptoms / body
ailments
e-Campus: Doctors statements
(MPR005147)
Global CB PI p. 24, 25
Global e-WB Pre-Intermediate > Watch >
Eating
Global e-WB PI > Language Practice >
Vocabulary > Health
Global e-WB PI > Language Practice >
Vocabulary > Human body

Communicative Writing 2:
Writing an email to an
exchange student
describing your
eating habits
Adverbs of frequency
Eating habits
Types of meal
Types of food & drink
Communicative Writing 2 (in case
you have not finished it in class)
Global e-WB PI > Writing tips
e-Campus: Cooking (MVA004396)
e-Campus: My favourite sandwich
(MVA006594)
Culture World: Lifestyles > Eating
Habits > Cooking at home > Exchanging
ideas about typical British recipes

TEST 1

Date: ____ /____ /____
Prezado aluno,
Converse com o seu professor para saber a data desta avaliao e pea dicas de como se preparar melhor para este dia. Lembre-se que o foco do teste em aspectos
comunicativos e funcionais, e so baseados nos objetivos de cada aula ministrada. O teste tem durao de 60 minutos e divido em trs partes:
Listening (compreenso oral) = 10 pontos
Reading (compreenso escrita) = 10 pontos
Language in use (gramtica e vocabulrio) = 10 pontos / Total = 30 pontos*
*O total da avaliao convertido de 30 para 20 pontos.


Tip: While studying for the test, try not to spend a lot of time on one lesson only. Take some minutes to plan what you need to focus on, taking your main doubts into consideration. Think
about the lessons you should practise more. In case you find some time, talk to your classmates to study together and practise the dialogues in pairs, reading them aloud.


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Choosing what to do at
the weekend
Expression feelings &
opinion
Agreeing & disagreeing
Adjectives to describe
art (films, plays, paintings
etc.)
Global CB PI p. 30 - Vocabulary &
Speaking 1; p. 31 Reading: Discovered!
Global e-WB PI > Language Practice >
Unit 3 > Vocabulary 1 - Works of art
e-Campus: Art Galleries Online
(MWP004134)

Global CB PI p. 30 - Reading
e-Campus: Places of entertainment
(MVA005259)


Global e-WB PI > Watch > The faker
Culture World: Entertainment > Theatre >
Theatre Choices > Comparing types of
theatre in London
Website:
www.googleartproject.com


Describing what happened
on a business trip
Simple Past
Business routine
vocabulary
Global CB PI p. 33 Reading: The
Picture of Dorian Gray
Global e-WB PI > Listen > Language
Practice > Unit 3 > Art Curator
e-Campus: Past Simple x Past
Continuous (GRU00018A)

Global e-WB PI > Language Practice > Unit 3
> Grammar 1A, 1B, 2
> Vocabulary 1
e-Campus: Not a good stay (MLAB006440)
e-Campus: Past Simple x Past Continuous
(MLG002168)

Global e-WB PI > Watch > Unit 3 > Global
iWave
e-Campus: Past Simple (MLG002626)
Culture World: Lifestyles > Travelling >
Accommodation > Booking
accommodation in the UK

Talking about past habits
with a group of friends
Used to
Childrens games
Habits
Global CB PI p. 137 - Used to
e-Campus: Would vs. Used to
(GRU00037A)
Global e-WB PI > Language Practice > Unit 3
> Grammar 3A, 3B
> Pronunciation 1, 2
Culture World: People and Society > Free
Time > TV programme choices >
comparing personal likes and dislikes

Sharing opinions and
feelings about music
Adjectives & nouns
Feelings
Types of music
Global e-WB PI > Language Practice >
Unit 3 > Vocabulary 5A, 5B
Play a song you like and try to read the
lyrics and sing at the same time.

e-Campus: Scissor Sisters (MVA004279)
Culture World: Entertainment > Music >
Live music > Comparing types of live music

Global CB PI p. 37 - Speaking & Reading
Global e-WB PI > Listen on the move > In
conversation > at the cinema
Culture World: Entertainment > Music >
Live Music > Exploring different types of
live music


Tip: When reading a book in English, avoid stopping all the time to look up the words you dont know in a dictionary. Try to get their meanings by the context and keep on reading. In case
you cannot understand one word or another, underline it and do your research later (after finishing a chapter, for instance).






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Deciding what to do at the
weekend
Making suggestions
Giving opinions
Expressing preferences
Agreeing & Disagreeing
Global CB PI p. 39 Reading ex. 1, 2, 3

Global e-WB PI > Listen on the move >
Vocabulary Builder > Leisure Activities
Culture World: People and society > Free
time > Free time choices > Finding out
about free time choices

Global CB PI p. 39 - The Power of Music
Website:
http://newyork.timeout.com/things-to-do


Communicative Writing 3:
Writing a review
Language to write a
review to a website/blog
Past continuous/ Simple
Past/ used to (pp. 30, 31,
32, 33, 34, 35, 36, 37, 38,
41)
Communicative Writing 3
Global e-WB PI > Writing Tips
Global e-WB PI > Language Practice > Unit
3 > Pronunciation 1, 2
Website 1:
www.theconcertgoer.com (write a review of
a concert you have been to)
Website 2:
www.concertaholics.com (read a review of a
band you enjoy)

Talking about your hopes
and plans in a job
interview
Personal Information
Present simple (hobbies)
Future form (plans)
CB Global PI p. 139 - Future hopes and
plans
e-Campus: Present Continuous
(MLG006873)
e-Campus: What are you doing this evening
(MLG006872)
e-Campus: Comparing life plans (CW03735)
e-Campus: My job (MVAB005439)
e-Campus: Going for a job interview
(CW03596)

Describing a new project
Going to (decisions)
Present continuous for
future arrangements
Future time expressions
Global CB PI p. 45 Grammar ex. 2
e-Campus: Opening a new factory
(MLAB004067)
Global e-WB PI > Language Practice > Unit
4 > Grammar 1B - Future Hopes and Plans
e-Campus: Launching a new product
(MLA001220)
Website:
http://www.ehow.com/how_2221360_optimize
business-plan.html
e-Campus: Protecting your new product
(MVAB004274)
Website:
http://www.developingprojects.co.uk


Tip: Watching films is a great way of studying the language. But in case you dont have time to do it, watch a TV series instead. TV series are usually shorter - they last about 50 minutes.
Another advantage is that you can easily get addicted to this sort of programme, so you will be in contact with English for fun.





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Making predictions for the
job market
Will (predictions)
Jobs
Future time expressions
Global CB PI p. 46 Reading
Global CB PI p. 47 - Grammar
e-Campus: Opening a new factory
(MLAB004067)
e-Campus: How to succeed at interviews
(MLAB004064)
e-Campus: Opening a new factory
(MLAB004067)

e-Campus: Running your own business
(MVAB005428)
e-Campus: Starting a business
(MWPB005467)
Website:
http://www.guardian.co.uk/money/2010/jan/
09/jobs-of-the-future

Deciding on more
sustainable practices
(at home/school/work)
First conditional
Sustainable practices
Global CB PI p. 48 - Vocabulary and
Extend your vocabulary; p. 139 - Future
Time Clauses
Global e-WB PI > Language Practice >
Unit 4 > Vocabulary 2A, 2B
e-Campus: The first conditional with if
and when (MLG001453)
e-Campus: First conditional use
(GRU00057D)
e-Campus: Recycling in London
(MVA006603)
e-Campus: Materials for recycling
(MVA005233)
e-Campus: Today Im saving the World
(MLG005177)
Website 1:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wnjx6KET
mi4
Website 2:
http://www.environmentteam.com/2010/04/
11/the-animals-save-the-planet-watch-all-11-
cartoons

Offering to help a friend /
colleague in need
Making offers (Let me /
Shall I)
Making decisions (Ill / I
wont)
Global e-WB PI > Listen on the Move >
In Conversation > Going Places
e-Campus: Arrangements for visitors
(MLAB004562)
e-Campus: The Barbecue (MLA003527)
e-Campus: Offers and Requests
(MLG003663)
e-Campus: Advice Hotline (MLA003036)
Website:
http://www.ehow.com/how_2103813_planto
gether.html


Communicative Writing 4:
(Writing an email to a
friend OR Writing an
invitation and making
arrangements by email)
Making offers &
requests
Offering to help
Communicative Writing 4
Global e-WB PI > Writing Tips
e-Campus: Conference Arrangements
(MLAB004073)
e-Campus: Email about Future Plans
(MLG005511)
e-Campus: Timetable for Company
Visitors (MLAB004556)


Tip: To help you memorise the vocabulary you learn, take notes and categorise the words, such as: food, clothes, parts of the body etc. Try to revise these lists quite often. On e-Campus
there is an area called Word lists, where you can do it virtually. You can gradually remove words from your lists when you feel you have internalised them.





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Making social / business
invitations and
arrangements
Making invitations
Accepting / Rejecting
Leisure activities
Dates
Global e-WB PI > Tests > Set number of
questions
e-Campus: Choosing events (MLAB004074)
e-Campus: Good morning (MVAB005397)
e-Campus: KET paper 1 Part 8 (MEP006566)
e-Campus: A day at the office
(MLGB005334)
e-Campus: How to have a good meeting
(MVAB005394)
e-Campus: Meeting Room Arrangements
(MLAB004035)

Consolidation
(1) O objetivo principal desta aula oferecer a possibilidade de voc rever alguns objetivos e estruturas da lngua vistas durante o curso. O professor
responsvel por selecionar o contedo de acordo com a necessidade do seu grupo. Sugestes so bem vindas. Portanto, possvel negociar previamente com
o seu professor que situaes podero ser revistas nesse momento.

(2) H uma atividade escrita de consolidao, cujo objetivo permitir que voc tenha uma viso global do contedo estudado neste nvel. Esses exerccios
ajudam a mapear as dvidas e contribuem para um bom planejamento do que estudar para a ltima avaliao (aula 32). Este material encontra-se disponvel
com o professor.

Communicative Activity
Esta aula um momento importante, pois aqui voc ter a oportunidade de refletir sobre o seu desempenho ao longo do curso. O professor trar atividades
comunicativas que exigir o uso das estruturas estudas neste nvel. Alm disso, estas atividades lhe ajudaro a se preparar de alguma forma para a ltima
avaliao (prxima aula).

TEST 2

Date: ____ /____ /____
O formato desta avaliao similar ao Test 1, que foi realizado no meio do curso. Entretanto, neste momento h uma parte para avaliao de produo escrita, onde voc ter
que desenvolver, sem consulta aos materiais, uma redao. Esta composio escrita requerer o domnio do contedo e estruturas vistas nas quatro redaes trabalhadas
durante o curso. O teste tem durao de 100 minutos e divido em quatro partes:
Listening (compreenso oral) = 10 pontos
Reading (compreenso escrita) = 10 pontos
Language in use (gramtica e vocabulrio) = 10 pontos
Communicative writing (produo escrita) = 10 pontos / Total = 40 pontos*
*O total da avaliao convertido de 40 para 30 pontos.


Tip: Dont be disappointed if you could not do all the suggested activities of this guide! If you have some time before you start the next level, try to do (or redo) the exercises. This is a
good way of being in contact with the language, revising the content and getting better prepared for the next steps.



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LESSON 6 CW 1: Writing a personal description.

Task: You work for an international company, which wants to create an online social
networking community for staff members only. You are responsible for writing a
colleagues personal description. Interview this person and develop his/her profile.*
* Alternatively, you can write a letter of application. In this case, talk to your teacher.


LESSON 15 CW 2: Writing an email to an exchange student describing your
eating habits.
Task: Anna is an exchange student who is coming to stay in your house for 6 months. She
wants to know about your eating habits and preferences.

TEXT MODEL*

This is Constanza, but people call her Coti for short. She is a
secretary and she works for the marketing department. Shes 20
years old and single. She was born in Valdivia, in the south of Chile,
but now she lives in Santiago, the capital city. She is studying
journalism at university and she really likes this course.

There are five people in her family her parents, her two elder sisters and herself.
They also have a dog called Kalu. Her father is a photographer and her mother is a
teacher.

In her free time, she likes swimming, listening to music and seeing friends. In the
future she wants to go to the USA to do a Masters Degree and her ambition is to
work as a journalist for the press office.

LANGUAGE TO HELP YOU

Global e-WB Pre-Intermediate p. 16
Global e-WB Pre-Intermediate > Language Practice > unit 1 > Writing - Writing about
people
Full name: Maria da Glria dos Santos (example given)
AT3 Monday and Wednesday 8h20 pm
CW 1

Paragraph 1: Introduce your colleague: name, nickname, occupation, age, marital
status, birthplace, town and any other relevant information.

Paragraph 2: Describe the people he/she lives with.

Paragraph 3: Mention his/her free time activities and ambitions.

Full name: Maria da Glria dos Santos (example given)
AT3 Monday and Wednesday 8h20 pm
CW 2

TEXT MODEL

Hi Anna,
Im very glad that you are coming to my country. In Spain, we usually have three meals a day, but we
like to have a snack in the afternoon. Lunch is the main meal of the day. But I must confess that we
eat quite a lot at breakfast and dinner too. At home we tend to have our last meal before 8 pm. We
all get up early, so at 11 pm my family and I are normally in bed.

Our coastal area is very extensive so weve got lots of seafood dishes. I love eating octopus, mussels
and fish, especially tuna. On special occasions, my mother usually cooks paella, our national dish. Im
really crazy about her food, but Im trying to eat less these days because Im on a diet.

Our typical beverage is wine. You really need to try our wines. My favourite ones are from Rioja, a
province in the north of Spain. My father absolutely loves this type of wine too. But on hot days I
prefer drinking beer. Do you like beer? What do you and your family normally eat and drink?

I hope you enjoy our food!

Best wishes,

Pablo

LANGUAGE TO HELP YOU

Global CB Pre-Intermediate p. 28
Global e-WB PI > Language Practice > Unit 2 > Writing - Describing food & drink *This text is adapted from Global CB Pre-Intermediate p. 16 - Reading
Personal Information Exercises 1, 2 and 3
Paragraph 1: Describe the mealtimes in your country/house

Paragraph 2: Say the typical dishes you and your family normally eat

Paragraph 3: Say what people in your house tend to drink


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LESSON 28 CW 4: Writing an invitation and making arrangements by email.

Task: Write your friend an email to invite him/her to go the cinema with you. Give
interesting information about the film in order to motivate the person to accept your
invitation.*
* Alternatively, you can make different arrangements. In this case, talk to your teacher.


Full name: Maria da Glria dos Santos (example given)
AT3 Monday and Wednesday 8h20 pm
CW 4

Paragraph 1 (or 2): Invite the person; give interesting information about the film;
and arrange the date, time and place to meet.

Observation 1: Depending on the person you are writing to, the tone of the
message can be either formal or informal.

Observation 2: In emails to friends we dont have to write in paragraphs.

TEXT MODEL (informal invitation)*

Hi Pamela,

How are you? Hope youre fine!

How about going to the cinema with me this weekend? Id love to see La Vie en Rose. Its a
drama starring Marion Cotillard and its had very good reviews. Its the true story of the
famous French singer, Edith Piaf. Ive heard that the musics beautiful and the actings brilliant.

What about meeting in front of Cinemark at Higienpolis Mall at 4 oclock on Saturday? Is that
OK for you?

Cheers!

Maria

LANGUAGE TO HELP YOU

Global CB Pre-Intermediate p. 52
Global e-WB Pre-Intermediate > Language Practice > Unit 4 > Writing Making
arrangements

*This text is adapted from Global CB Pre-Intermediate p. 52 - Reading
LESSON 22 CW 3: Writing a concert / CD review.

Task: You have been to a concert you liked very much and you decide to share this
experience on the internet. Write your concert review to be posted on a specialised
website.*
* Alternatively, you can write a CD review. In this case, talk to your teacher.

Full name: Maria da Glria dos Santos (example given)
AT3 Monday and Wednesday 8h20 pm
CW 3

Paragraph 1: Say who the concert was given by and give some information about
the performer.

TEXT MODEL*

Last summer I went to a concert given by Vasco Rossi. He is one of Italys most famous rock
stars and one of the best live artists in the world. He is also a good songwriter, and he writes
great rock songs and also very nice love songs. He has many fans in Italy, and every summer he
gives four or five concerts in big Italian stadiums. Thousands of people go to listen to him
there.

The concert took place in Romes Olympic stadium, and there were very many people there, so
all the tickets were sold out. I arrived at the stadium at three oclock in the afternoon, and I
had to queue for six hours. I was very excited to see Vasco Rossi. The concert started at 9
oclock in the evening, and it went on for a very long time, maybe three or four hours. When
Vasco Rossi started the concert everybody shouted, and in the middle of the concert the crowd
sang with him, it was very nice.

When the concert finished, there were many security guards. Everybody went home very
quickly but without problems. I was very tired, so I also went home straightaway. I was happy
because of the excellent concert.

LANGUAGE TO HELP YOU

Global CB Pre-Intermediate p. 40

*This text is adapted from Global CB Pre-Intermediate p. 40 - Reading
Paragraph 2: Say where the concert took place, describe the audience, mention
what happened during the concert and how you felt about it.

Paragraph 3: Say what happened at the end and give your general impression
about the concert.


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LESSON 02 Describing people. Part 1

A: What does she look like?
B: Shes tall and slim. Shes got short, curly, brown hair and brown eyes.
A: What is she wearing?
B: Blue jeans and a pink top.
LESSON 04 Talking about habits and changes with friends. Part 1

A: Is Peter your friend?
B: Actually, he is more of an acquaintance. And whos Bob?
A: Hes a colleague. We work for the same department. Sam and I take a computer class
in the evening; hes my classmate.

C: I usually keep in touch with my friends via Facebook. I dont want to lose touch with
them, so we always send each other messages.
D: Me too. I was out of touch with my school friends for a long time, but now we are in
touch quite often.
LESSON 06 Talking about your present responsibilities and future plans at work.

A: What do you do at work?
B: Im responsible for ordering office supplies.
A: What are your plans?
B: I intend to become a manager.
A: What would you say your main responsibility is?
B: I spend a lot of time ordering stock.
LESSON 01 Exchanging personal information.

A: Excuse me. Whats your name?
B: Hi. My name's.../ I'm... / Nice to meet you.
A: Nice to meet you too. What's your (first/second/last/nick) name?
B: Its...Nice meeting you. Bye.
A: See you!
LESSON 03 Describing people. Part 2

A: What does she look like?
B: She's tall and slim. Shes got green eyes and fair hair. She always wears casual clothes.

C: How tall are you?
D: Im 1m76. How about you?
C: Im 1m80.
LESSON 05 Talking about habits and changes with friends. Part 2

A: How do you keep in touch with your friends?
B: We usually meet twice a week.
A: And how often do you talk to your neighbours?
B: I hardly ever do it!

C: Do you have a big family?
D: I do! Its quite big, actually!
C: And do you ever have family reunions?
D: Every year!


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LESSON 08 Expressing your opinion concerning changes in languages.

A: I think that German is more difficult than English. What do you think?
B: I agree. But Portuguese is also very difficult.
C: I dont think so. English is more difficult than Portuguese.

D: In my opinion, call centre workers need to speak good English.
E: I agree. And they also need to speak slowly.
D: Not necessarily. But they need to speak clearly.
LESSON 10 Ordering food and drink at a pub/restaurant.

A: Excuse me, sir. Are you ready to order?
B: Ill have the chicken parmesan and a salad, please.
C: Ill have the spaghetti and a steak.
A: How would you like that rare, medium or well done?
C: Rare, please.
A: What would you like to drink? / Anything to drink?
B: Ill have a Coke, please.
A: Certainly. Anything else?
C: Ill have some beer.
A: A half or a pint?
C: A pint, please.
A: Ill be right back.
LESSON 12 Helping a foreigner prepare a Brazilian drink.

A: Lets prepare a caipirinha!
B: Is it easy? Ive never tried it.
A: To make caipirinha you need lime, sugar, ice and cachaa. First of all, you should slice
the lime in four pieces and then you need to mash the lime with sugar in a glass. Add
some ice cubes and pour some cachaa. Its important to shake it for some seconds and
thats it.
B: Can I use vodka instead?
A: You can use vodka, but the traditional caipirinha is made with cachaa.
B: Hum, delicious!
LESSON 07 Interacting naturally in everyday situations (using social expressions).

A: Thanks for everything. It was a lovely evening.
B: My pleasure. Have a good weekend.

C: Hi, John. Can I talk to you for a minute?
D: Im afraid this is a bad time.
C: Ok, Ill call you back. Bye.

E: Would you like it gift-wrapped?
F: Yes, please. Lovely!
LESSON 09 Talking about food preferences and eating habits

A: I dont like to eat processed food/ fast-food.

B: It contains too much salt/ sugar/ fat.

C: We need to have healthy/good eating habits.

D: The food looks good/ delicious.

E: People in Brazil eat a lot of fruit/ vegetables/ fish.
LESSON 11 Renting your flat/house to a foreigner.

A: Would like to rent a house or a flat?
B: Id like to rent my flat on the beach. Its quite big and has a great view.
A: How many bedrooms are there?
B: There are three bedrooms and two bathrooms.
A: Thats quite big! Great!
B: And theres a combined kitchen and living room. And best of all, its furnished!
A: Are there any shops around the area?
B: Yes, its near a supermarket, a bus stop and restaurants.


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LESSON 14 Describing symptoms of food poisoning at the doctors office.

A: Im not very well. I feel sick I mean, I feel nauseous.
B: When did it start?
A: It started last night.
B: Do you have any other symptoms?
A: My stomach hurts a bit.
B: What did you eat yesterday?
A: Well, I had some mashed potatoes with steak.
B: Oh, dear! Youll need to take some medicine and rest.
LESSON 18 Describing what happened on a business trip.

A: How was your trip?
B: It was quite interesting. I worked a lot, but I also had some fun.
A: So tell me, what did you do?
B: Well, I visited a lot of clients during the day and then I enjoyed the citys nightlife.
A: Nightlife? Did you dance?
B: No, I didnt, but I talked to different and nice people.
A: Did you walk around the river?
B: Yes, of course. It was beautiful.
LESSON 20 Sharing opinions and feelings about music.

A: What do you think of this song?
B: I love this tune. It makes me feel so energetic.
A: Me too! It makes me want to dance.

C: Do you enjoy this kind of music?
D: Well, in my opinion its boring and sad.
C: Really? It makes me feel relaxed.

E: Lets play this album in the party!
F: Youre joking, right? I think its too slow.
E: Yeah I love it, but youre right.
LESSON 13 Receiving foreign guests for lunch (and explaining the dishes).

A: What would you like to order?
B: Ill have some feijoada, please.
A: Feijoada? Whats it made with?
B: Its a kind of meat dish. Its made with black beans, pork, sausage and jerked beef.
A: That sounds good! Ill have feijoada too. And to drink?
B: Ill go for a caipirinha.
A: Caipirinha Whats this?
B: Its a sort of traditional drink. It consists of cachaa, lime, sugar and ice.
A: Lovely!

LESSON 17 Choosing what to do at the weekend.

A: What about watching a horror film next Saturday?
B: Well, maybe, but I think horror films are boring.
A: I dont think so. I think theyre quite exciting.

C: Look at this painting. It makes me feel relaxed.
D: Absolutely! And I also feel happy when I look at this.

E: I believe modern art is totally confusing and non-sense.
F: I sort of disagree. Maybe the idea is to make us feel thoughtful.
LESSON 19 Talking about past habits with a group of friends.

A: Nick? You look so different!
B: Time flies, dear. I used to have long hair, remember?
A: Thats true! We used to listen to rock n roll all day long.
B: I miss that time. Your mother used to bake cakes every Friday.
A: That was good, but I didnt use to eat them. I wanted to be slim!
B: Actually, you used to be skinny. Now you look amazing!
A: Oh, thanks!


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LESSON 23 Talking about your hopes and plans in a job interview.

A: Well tell me a little about you.
B: Yes, sure. Ive got a degree in Engineering and I speak Spanish and a little German. Im
currently doing French as well. I believe Im determined and focused.
A: Thats good! What about your hobbies and interests?
B: I love films. I always go to the cinema or watch a film at home. I like sports as well. I
usually jog at the park and play tennis with some friends.
A: That sounds good! What are your hopes and plans?
B: Well, I intend to get a certificate in French next year. Im looking forward to finishing
my MBA too. Id like to visit my sister in Australia and I hope to get married soon.
LESSON 25 Making predictions for the job market.

A: Online shopping is becoming more popular every day.
B: Yeah, and I think shop assistants wont exist anymore in ten years time.
A: And there will be more jobs in the IT area.
B: Ive read in a newspaper there will be digital architects in 2020.

C: Theres a strong chance that more people will work from home.
D: I believe thats true. Distance learning will be in full swing too.
C: Some people say teachers may not exist anymore in the future.
D: In my opinion, teachers and doctors will never go out of style.
LESSON 27 Offering to help a friend/ colleague in need.

A: Shall I pay for this?
B: Well, I invited you to have some coffee.
A: Let me pay, please. I insist.

C: Ill carry these bags for you.
D: Oh, thanks, but Im fine.

E: Let me carry these books for you.
F: Thats very kind of you. Thanks a lot.
LESSON 21 Deciding what to do at the weekend.

A: How about watching a play?
B: Thats great! Shall I pick you up at home later?
A: Fine. Ill be ready in one hour.

C: What do you think of going for a walk?
D: Well, maybe we could do something more exciting.

E: Lets go to that Japanese restaurant!
F: Im sorry, but I dont really like Japanese food.
E: How about having some Italian food then?
F: Oh, lovely!
LESSON 24 Describing a new project.

A: Were starting a new project next week.
B: You mean the project in Par?
A: Thats the one! I hope everything is going to be ok.
B: Whats it about exactly?
A: Basically, were going to plan a big campaign against drugs in poor areas.
B: That sounds nice! Are you going to work with the government?
A: Yes, were going to work with the local government and some NGOs.
B: Itll be a great challenge.
A: Yes, and this is especially true when youre working with people who have lost hope.
B: Im looking forward to seeing the results. When are you coming back?
A: Were coming to So Paulo on March 8th.
LESSON 26 Deciding on more sustainable practices (at home/school/work).

A: If we dont do something now about the environment, well have serious problems.
B: I totally agree. Thats why its important to change some habits.

C: The supermarket near my house doesnt offer plastic bags to customers anymore.
D: How nice! Well help the planet if we use eco-friendly bags.

E: Is this a good documentary?
F: Yes, it is. Youll think differently after you see it.

G: Why do I have to open the windows mum?
H: Darling, if you open the windows and turn off the lights, youll save energy.


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LESSON 29 Making social / business invitations and arrangements.

A: Are you doing anything special this weekend?
B: I dont have any plans. Why?
A: Would you like to have dinner on Saturday?
B: That would be great.
A: Shall I pick you up at 7 pm?

C: How about watching a film on Friday?
D: Im sorry, Im busy. But Im free on Saturday.
C: Thats OK for me. What time shall we meet?
D: Is 8 pm ok for you?