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A: Oi, Meu nome é __________

B: Oi! Eu sou____________
A: Prazer em conhece-la.
B: Prazer em conhece-lo, também.

A: Hi, my name is____________


B: Hi! I’m _____________
A: Nice to meet you.
B: Nice too meet you too.

Males Females
Christopher Ashley
David Jennifer
James Katherine
Jason Michelle
John Sarah
Matthew Kimberly
Michael Stephanie
Steven

I → My
He → His
She → Her

Eu → Meu
Ele → Dele
Ela → Dela

I lost my wallet
He met his friend
She hugged her daughter

1) He washes his car.


2) She plays her guitar.
3) I walk my dog everyday.
4) She painted her house.
5) My/His name is John.
6) My/Her name is Sarah.
7) Hi used his computer.

Lost→ Perder
Wallet→ Carteira
Met→ Encontrou
Friend→ Amigo
Hugged→ Abraçou
Daughter→ Filha
Washes→ Lava
Plays→ Toca
Guitar→ Violão
Walk→ Caminhar/Levar para passear.
Everyday→ Todos os dias.
Painted→ Pintou.
House→ Casa
Used→ Usou
ABCDE FG H I JK
Ei Bi Ci Di I Éf Dgi Êigjt Ai Djêi Kei

LMNOPQRSTUV W XYZ
El Ém Én Ou Pi Kiu Ar És Ti Iú Vi Dãbliu Écs Uai Zi

What’s your name?


My name is ________.

How do you spell that?


________.

How do you spell that? ( Como você soletra aquilo?)

Fatec- Éf-êi-ti-i-ci
Universidade- Iú-én-ai-vi-i-ar-és-ai-di-êi-di-i
Tatuí- Ti-êi-ti-iú-ai
Objetivo- Ou-bi-Djêi-i-ti-ai-vi-ou
Arnaldo- Ei-ar-ên-ei-di-ou
Aula- Ei-iú-el-ei

How do you spell that?

1) Kimberly- Kêi-ai-ém-bi-i-ar-él-uai
2) Katherine- Kêi-ei-ti-ei-dijt-i-ar-ai-én-i
3) Matthew- Ém-ei-ti-ti-eigjt-i-dãbliu
4) Christopher- Ci-eigjt-ar-ai-és-ti-ou-pi-eigjt-i-ou
5) John- Djei-ou-eigjt-én
6) Joshua- Djei-ou-és-eigjt-iú-ei

To Be / Ser-Estar

I am – I’m Eu sou/estou
You are – You’re Você é/está
He is – He’s Ele é/está
She is – She’s Ela é/está
It is – It’s Ele/Ela é/está (objeto-animais)
We are – We’re Nós somos/estamos
You are – You’re Vocês são/estão
They are – Thay’re Eles/Elas são/estão

I have a dog. It is black.


I have a brother. He is intelligent
I have a house. It is big.
Negativa - Acrescenta o not na frente do to be.

I am not.
You are not.
She is not.

Interrogativa- Inverte o verbo e o pronome.

Am I?
Are You?
Is He?

A: Hello, Jennifer. How are you? (is/are)


B: I’m fine, thanks. (She’s/I’m)
A: He’s David – David Medina. (He’s/It’s)
B: That’s right! David, This is Sarah Conner (is/am) She’s in our math class. (She’s/He’s)
A: Hi, Sarah I’m nice to meet you. (I’m/ It’s)
B: Hi, David. I, think you are in my English class, too. (You’re/ I’m)
A: Oh, Right’ yes, I am. ( are/ am)

How-Como
Fine-Bem
Thanks-Obrigado
Sorry-Desculpe-me
What’s-Qual?O que?
Again-Novamente
That’s Right-Isso mesmo.
This-Este
Our-Nosso
Math-Matematica
Class-Aula
Think--Acho
Too-Também
Overethere-Logo ali

Nicole: Excuse-me are you Steven Carson?


David: No, I’m not. My name is David Medina.
Steven is overthere.
Nicole: Are you Steven Carson?
Steven: Yes, I am.
Nicole: Hi, I’m Nicole Johnson.
Steven: Oh, you are in my math class, right?
Nicole: Yes, I am.
Steven: I’m nice to meet you.

A: What’s your name?


B: I’m _________.
A: What’s your phone number?
B: It’s____-_____
1- one
2- two
3- three
4- four
5- five
6- six
7- seven
8- eight
9- nine
0- Zero-ou

1- Are you? (11)Elá é?


2- What’s (3)Bom
3- Nice (2)O que é, qual é?
4- I meet (6) Você é
5- I am (8) Soletrar
6- You are (10) Ele é
7- I’m sorry (7) Sinto muito/ desculpe-me
8- Spell (4) Conhecer
9- Phone number (9) Número de telefone
10- He is (5) Eu sou
11- Is She? (1) Você é?

Quando aplicar a e an

This is a book.
This is an eraser.
This is a calculator.
This is an orange.
This is a dictionary.
This is an address book.

a→ Antes de consoantes.
an→ Antes de vogais.

Exercícios

This is a newspaper → jornal


This is a stamp→ selo
This is an apple→ maçã
This is a car→ carro
This is a house→ casa
This is an apartment→ Apartamento
This is a camera→ Camera
This is an Ambulance→ Ambulancia
This is an Engine→ motor.
Diálogo

A: Can I help you?


B: Yes, please.
I’m looking for a camera.
A: Do you like that one on the shelf?
B: Yes, How much is it?
A: Its 200 dollars.
B: Ok. I’ll take it.

Vocabulario
Shelf→ prateleira
How much→ Quanto
Take→ lever

Numbers-Numeros
11- Eleven
12- Twelve
13- Thirteen
14- Fourteen
15- Fifteen
16- Sixteen
17- Seventeen
18- Eighteen
19- Nineteen
20- Twelve
30- Thirty
40- Forty
50- Fifty
60- Sixty
70- Seventy
80- Eighty
90- Ninety
100- one hundred
200- Two hundreds
300- Three hundreds

45- Forty Five


99- Ninety Nine
199- One hundred Ninety Nine
302- Three hundreds Two
421- Four hundreds twenty-one
771- Seven hundreds Seventy one
964- Nine hundreds sixty four
231- Two hundreds thirty one
508- Five hundreds eight
112- One hundred twelve
1- A (05) ajudar
2- Looking for (04) posso
3- How much (10) 62
4- Can (01) um, uma
5- Help (02) procurando
6- An (12) 100
7- Eleven (07) 11
8- Twelve (03) quanto
9- Forty (06) um, uma
10-Sixty two (09) 40
11-Thirteen (13) 20
12-One hundred (08) 12
13-Twenty (11) 13

Sunglasses- Oculos de Sol


Watch- Relógio de pulso
Calculator- Calculadora
Wastebasket- Cesto de lixo
Pen- Caneta
Pencil- Lapís
Clock- Relógio
Desk- Escrivaninha
Book bag- Bolsa de livros
Map- Mapa
Wall- Parede/muro
Board- Quadro ( negro/branco/verde)
Glasses- Óculos
Keys- Chaves

A: Consoante
An: Vogal

A: Car/ House/Boy
An: Apple/ Orange/ Ambulance

This: Este/Esta
These: Estes/Estas

These sunglasses
This watch
These calculators
These wastebaskets
This pen
These pencils
This clock
These watches
These maps
This Board
This wall
These desks
This car
These cars
This man
These men

A: Where are my glasses?


B: Are these in your bag?
A: No, they are not.
B: Wait! Are they in your purse?
A: Yes, They are. Thanks!

A: Is this my pen?
B: No, It’s not. This is my pen.
A: Sorry. Where is my pen?
B: Is on your desk?
A: Yes, it is. You’re Right.

Where is my watch?
It’s on the table.

Where are my pens?


They are on the desk.

It is: ele/ela é/está


They are: Eles/Elas são/estão.

To be

She’s pretty
It’s hot.

They are here.


They are friends.

Wallet- carteira
Cell phone- cellular
Back Pack- Mochila
Credit Card- Cartão de Credito
Remote- Controle remoto
Pen drive
CDs

A: Where is my remote?
B: It’s on the couch.
A: And where are my keys?
B: They are on the table.
In the wardrobe- no guarda-roupa
In the closet- no closet
Under the mattres- embaixo do colchão
In the drawer- dentro da gaveta.

1- This (03) É
2- Are (02) São
3- Is (04) Estes/estas
4- These (07) O que é/ Qual é
5- Are (09) Como
6- Is (10) Meu
7- What’s (06) está
8- It’s (05) estão
9- How (15) nosso
10- My (11) seu
11- Your (01) este/esta
12- Her (08) é
13- They’re (13) eles/elas são/estão
14- His (14) dele
15- Our (12) dela

Are you from Brazil?


Yes, I am from Brazil.
No, I’m not. I’m from Argentina.

Is She a Doctor?
Yes, She is a Doctor.
No, she isn’t. She is a student.

Is She from Sorocaba?


Yes, She is from Sorocaba.
No, she isn’t. She is from Tatuí.

Are you a Engineer?


Yes, I’m a Engineer.
No, I’m not. I’m a doctor.

Are they your friends?


Yes, They are my friends.
No, they aren’t. They are my cousins.

Is He your teacher?
Yes, he is my teacher.
No, He is my father.

Are you happy?


Yes, I’m happy.
No I’m not. I’m sad.
Am I your best friend?
Yes, You’re my best friend.
No, You aren’t. You are my worse friend.

Is he your father?
Yes, he is my father.
No, he isn’t. He’s my teacher.

Are we in the same class?


Yes, we are in the same class.
No, we aren’t in the same class.

Is it raining?
Yes, It is raining.
No, It isn’t raining.

Is it a sick?
Yes, It is sick.
No. It isn’t. It is healthy.

Are you our teacher?


Yes, I’m your teacher.
No, I’m not. I’m your neighboor.

Are they your parents?


Yes, they are my parents.
No, they aren’t. They are my grandparents.

Is she the new manager?


Yes, she is the new manager.
No, she isn’t. She is the new maid.

Is he in São Paulo?
Yes, he is in São Paulo
No, He isn’t he is in Rio de Janeiro.

Is she your wife?


Yes, She is my wife.
No, She isn’t. She’s my girlfriend.

Is he a good teacher?
Yes, he is a good teacher.
No, he is not. He is a bad teacher.

Engineer- Engenheiro
Friends- Amigos
Happy- Feliz
Best- Melhor
Same- Mesmo
Class- classe
Raining- chovendo
Sick- doente
Parents-pais
New- novo
Manager-Gerente
Wife- Esposa.

My-meu
Your-seu
His- dele
Our-nosso
Your-de voces
Their- deles/delas

Questions:

Q: Is she a doctor?
No, she is a nurse.

Q: Are you from Brazil?


Yes, I am from Brazil.

Q: Are you their father?


No, I’m not their father.

Q: Are a beauty day today?


Yes, it is hot and sunny.

Q: Is it your dog?
No it’s not my dog.

Q: Are you brothers?


No, we’re friends.

Q: Is she in Salvador?
No, she’s not in Salvador.

Q: Are you in my class?


Yes, I’m in your class.

Q: Is she a good secretary?


No, She’s a lousy secretary.

Q: Am I a great friend?
Yes, you are a great friend.

Q: Are they cousins?


No, they’re brother and sister.
Q: Are you a mechanic?
Yes, I’m a mechanic.

Great - Ótimo
Brother - Irmão
Sister - Irmã
Mechanic - Mecânico
Nurse - Enfermeira

Complete os diálogos:


A: Hiroshi, are you and Maiko from Japan?
B: Yes, we are.
A: Are you from Tokyo?
B: No, we’re not. We’re from Kyoto.


A: Is Laura from the U.S?
B: No, She’s not. She is from the U.K.
A: Is she from Lon Don?
B: Yes, she is, but her parents are from Italy.


A: Are Helena and Carlos from Mexico?
B: No, they are not. They are from Peru.
A: What about you? Where are you from?
B: I’m from São Paulo.
A: So, your language is Portuguese?
B: Yes, it is.

Combine as Perguntas com as respostas:

1- Are you and your family from Canada? D


2- Is your Language English? C
3-Are you Brazilian? E
4- Is Mr. Ho from Hong Kong? A
5- Is your mother from the U.S? B