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6 ANO

There are two ways of spreading light: to be the candle, or the


mirror that reflects it.
Edith Wharton

UNIT
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Teenager Problems ................................................................


Davids Family Tree ................................................................
Rhyme ....................................................................................
These and Those Things .......................................................
So Paulo City .......................................................................
Renatas Neighborhood ........................................................
Renatas New House .............................................................
Renatas Bedroom .................................................................

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Celebration .............................................................................
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Vocabulary .............................................................................. 187

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Unit 1: Teenager Problems


To be a teenager is very difficult.Teenagers are too young
to stay out late and too old to stay home just because of a
headache or a cold. You cant behave as a kid and bother
your little sisters or brothers.
The appearance is another point. You can look gorgeous
in the morning and miserable in the evening just because
of that awful zit that decided to show up the very day you
have that terrific party.
But dont worry too much, pimples and adolescents go
always together and in a couple of years it will not be a
problem anymore, just memories.

a) Why is it difficult being a teenager?

b) What is the most common problem of adolescents?

c) Do you enjoy being a teenager?

d) What is the best thing in to be a teenager?


e) Can you give the synonyms?
teenager:
problem:
gorgeous:
home:
kid:
little:
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Subject
+
I
We, They, You
Plural Nouns
He, She, It
Singular nouns
Uncountable nouns
Take a look at the sentences:

verb to be
am

Continue the sentence

are
is

I am a girl.

They are teachers.

She is Sandy.

It is a horse.

He is a dentist.

VERB TO BE - AFFIRMATIVE FORM

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1. Lets complete the table!

2. Complete
the sentencesJohn.
with the Verb to
in the affirmative
form:
a) I ______________
h) be
It _______
an elephant.
b) They ____________ my parents.
i) My father _____________ good.
c) She ____________ my sister.
j) My eyes _____________ green.
d) He ____________ happy.
k) Red ____________ my favorite color.
e) Will ___________ my cat.
l) I _______ not sad, I __________ happy.
f) They __________ my grandparents m) My nose ______not small, it ____________ big
.
.
g) You __________ my friends.
n) Kevin and her mother ____________ fine.
3. Now, can you answer personal questions?
a) Whats your name?
b) How old are you?
c) What is your address?
d) What is your telephone number?

4. Read and try to complete the text with the verb to be:
My name ____ Mario and I _______a teacher.My address ______
58, Topzio street, and my telephone number ______ 5439-0201. I
______ 37 years old and I _____ married. My daughter, Katherine,
______ two and half years old. My wife _____ Italian. She ____ a
bank teller.
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Look at the examples:

It is not a theater.
It is a supermarket.

She is not an actress.


She is a singer.

I am Paula.
I am not a teacher.
Im a nurse.

Acrescenta-se a palavra NOT depois do verbo.

VERB TO BE - NEGATIVE FORM

1. Complete the sentences with the negative form of the verb to be:
a) She ______ from Spain.
b) This book _________ mine.
c) Rose and Peter ______ married.
d) That _______ right.
e) My brother _____ here at the moment.
f) We _____ in England.

g) It _______ Monday today.


h) I _____ a hairdresser.
i) My name ______ Alexander.
j) The cat ______ black.
k) My hair ______ long.
l) You ______ short.
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VERB TO BE - INTERROGATIVE FORM


Para fazer perguntas com o verbo to be, coloque o verbo antes do sujeito.
EXAMPLES:

1. Change the sentences into interrogative form:


a) You are American.
b) She is English.
c) Peter is a good boy.
d) He is a clown.
e) I am a beautiful girl.
f) It is a black bird.
g) They are Brazilian.
h) The girl is happy.
i) She is in Brazil.
j) He is German.
2. Give questions to the answers:
a)

d)

Yes, this is my English book.

Yes, I am a student.

b)

e)

No, that is not Kevin.

No, we are not doctors.

c)

f)

No, she is not Alice.

Yes, it is my dog.
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SHORT ANSWERS
EXAMPLES:

Is it a camel?
No, it isnt.
It is a spider.
Is it a bird?
Yes, it is.

1. Finish the sentences. Use short answers:


a) Are you from Germany? No,
b) Is this a silly cat? Yes,
c) Is John from England? No,
d) Am I your friend? - Yes,
e) Is she your teacher? - Yes,
f) Are Peter and Sue your friends? - Yes,
g) Are you a soccer player? No,
2. Look at the pictures and answer the questions with short answers:
a) Is the boy happy?
b) Is the boy tall?

c) Is it an American flag?

d) Is he a boy?

e) Is it big?

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f) Is the girl sad?

g) Are you sleepy?

h) Is it a Kangaroo?

i) Are we good friends?

j) Are you an actor?

k) Is he a man?

l) Is this a dress?

m) Are they scouts?

n) Is he a doctor?

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Unit 2: Davids Family Tree


My name is David and this is my family tree. Dayane is my wife.
She is a nurse at the same hospital where I work. I work in the lab.
My daughter Monna is a doctor in San Francisco. Monnas husbands
name is John. He is a restaurant manager. They have a little boy named
Michael who is three years old. My fathers parents are Susan and
Tommy. My mothers parents are Charles and Sue. My fathers name
is Edward. Hes an architect and he lives in New York with my mother
Mary. My mom is a very talented artist. She paints beautiful pictures. I have one brother n
amed
Antony and a sister named Carol. My brother is a computer engineer and my sister is a tea
cher.
(Adapte
d)

1. Complete this family tree with the information from the text:

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GENITIVE CASE
The genitive case express possession. It is formed
by adding s to the possessor and we change the
positions.
Example:
The bycicle of Anderson.
Andersons bycicle.

1. Write the correct genitive case form:


Example: (Cindy) sister - Cindys sister
a) (the children) milk b) (my friend) bike c) (Mrs. Souza) car d) (the headteacher) office e) (Mr. Wilson) room f) (Paul) house g) (the waiter) tray -

2. Complete with the possessive case. Decide if you have to use s or of in each phrase:
a) The boy has a toy.
b) Philip has a book.

Its the
Its

c) The magazine has my picture on its cover.


d) Our friends live in this house.

Its

e) There is milk in the glass.

Its

f) This house has a number.

What is

?
g) Paul has a sister, Julia.

Julia is

My picture is on

h) The film has a name, Scream.

Scream is
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Unit 3: Rhyme
Roses are red,
Violets are blue,
Sugar is sweet,
And so are you!
(...)
If apples are pears,
And peaches are plums,
And if the rose has a different name
If tigers are bears,
And fingers are thumbs
I love you just the same!
(...)

Roses are red


Violets are blue
Sugar is sweet
And so are you.
And so are they
That send you this
And when we meet
Well have a kiss.
(...)
Plenty of love,
Tons of kisses,
I hope some day
Well be Mr and Mrs
(Adapted)

1. What kind of text is it?

2. Why are some words in black?

3. Whats the theme of the rhyme?

4. What do you think about the rhyme?

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PLURAL OF NOUNS
Most of the words in plural is formed by adding S at the end of the word.
Examples: cat

cats

flower

dog

flowers

pant

pants

dogs

girl

girls

Words ending in S, SS, SH, CH, X, Z and O, their plural is formed by adding ES.
EXCEPT:

Examples:
box
boxes
church
churches

tomato

kiss
buzz

tomatoes

kisses
buzzes

brush

brushes Piano

pianos

Photo

photos

bus

Words ending in Y preceded by a consonant, you remove


the Y and add IES.
Examples:
baby
babies
fly flies

cry
try

cries
tries

buses

strawberry

strawberries

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1. Choose the correct alternative:

Singular

Plural
Singular
baby

Plural

miss
boys

boss

pencils
radio

buses shelf
cars

tomatoes

sandwich
2. Complete city
the table with the missing
forms:
families

fox

roofs

wife
guys

teachers

jobs
strawberry
key

wolves
officespotato

3. Choose the alternatives that all words are in the correct plural forms:
(
(
(
(
(
(
(
(
(

)
)
)
)
)
)
)
)
)

kisses, baskets, secretarys, watches, wifes


tomato women, shelves, strawberries, babies
es, toys wolves, crisys, keies, mangoes
, guy boxes, mice, oxen, feet
books, epochs, men, buses, sheeps
kitchen childs, lifes, radios, roofs
s, stom potatoes, churches, cars, cities
achs, p foxes, lives, families, sandwiches
encils
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Unit 4: These and Those Things

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DEMONSTRATIVE PRONOUNS
people or things.

EXAMPLES:

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1. Look at the pictures and answer the questions:

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Unit 5: So Paulo City


Hello! My name is Jack. Today Im
in So Paulo city. I can see many cars,
buses and people. In this street I can see
a cinema with a black door. The sky is
gray, but the day is hot, some people are
resting on the green grass of the park.
This is a good day. So Paulo is a very
big city.

1. Now, answer the questions below:


a) Do you know So Paulo City?
b) How is So Paulo?

c) Do you agree with Jack? What do you think about So Paulo?

SUGGESTION: Professor, pea para que os alunos pesquisem na Internet sobr


e a
cidade de sua preferncia, coletando dados, paisagens e imagens sobre esta cidade. E
m
seguida, montem um texto em ingls no Word. Aps essa pesquisa, os trabalhos poder
o
ser expostos em um mural na escola.
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WH-QUESTIONS

1. Complete and answer about you:

2. Complete with WH-question:

3. Lets check the situations and match the columns:

a) WHAT

) we dont know the time.

b) WHO

) we dont know the way.

c) WHERE

) we dont know the facts.

d) WHY

) we dont know the people.

e) WHEN

) we dont know the reason.

f) HOW

) we dont know the place.


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Unit 6: Renatas Neighborhoo


d

Hi, my name is Renata and I live in Greensvalley. This


is my
neighborhoods map. Theres a bank on the corner and a li
brary
across my house. Theres also a school and a post office near
my
house. Say, can you find where my house is? Please, draw it in
the
right place on the map.
(Text exclusively written for this wor
k.)

1. Read the text again and take a look at the map. Can you write Renatas address?

2. Where is the police station?


3. Where is the hospital?
4. Where is the drugstore?
5. Where is the train station?

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PREPOSITIONS

Learning more:

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1. Directions: Use the map to answer the following questions.

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Unit 7: Renatas New House


Vitor: Hi, Renata!
Renata: Oh! Hi, Vitor!
Vitor: Hows your new house?
Renata: Its very nice and beautiful!
Vitor: Is it big?
Renata: Yeah. There are three bedrooms and two
bathrooms. Theres also a big yard and a
swimming pool.
Vitor: Wow! Do you have enough furniture?
Renata: We bought some new furniture.
Theres a new sofa in the living room. We bought a new table and chairs f
or the
dining room and a new dresser for the bedroom.
Vitor: When can I see your new house?
Renata: Come over tomorrow for lunch and you can see the new house.

1. Put the words in the correct places:


sofa - dinner table - stove - bathtub -bed - freezer - rug
closed - chairs - armchair - TV - dog - tree - lamp

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2. Now, write sentences about the house from the exercise 1:
Ex.: The sofa is in the living room.

3. According to the dialogue, can you draw Renatas new house? Please, do it in your note
book.

THERE TO BE PRESENT TENSE

EXAMPLES:

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1. What are there in the rooms? Dont forget to use There is / There are!
a)

b)

2. Lets complete the text with There To Be:


The House of the Future
Bill Gates, the founder of Microsoft, h
as a
$53.392.200 house in Medina, Washin
gton.

In his house _________________


seven
bedrooms,

twenty

four

bathrooms

and

six
kitchens. ___________________ a huge lib
rary
and even a movie theater. The security syst
em
includes cameras and sensors in the floor.
The
house computer system automatically t
urns
on music when you enter a room.
Now, answer the questions:
a) Try to write in full the price of the house.

b) Why does Bill Gates need a so big and expensive house?

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Unit 8: Renatas Bedroom

her
set
able
the
t of
here

This

is

Renatas

bedroom.

In

bedroom there are a bed, a box, a clo


and a shelf. Theres a small beside t
next to the bed. Theres a lamp on
beside table. Its pink. There are a lo
clothes and shoes in the closet. T

are a wall picture and a window. Renat

as

bedroom is very nice and clean.

1. Answer true or false:

1. Talk to a friend about his/her bedroom. Ask him/her these questions and check
his/her
answers:
s bedroom.
(your friends name)

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2. Look at the pictures and complete the sentences. Use There is/are ou There isnt/arent:

1. Complete this conversation between Betty and Peter. Use there is/are in the ne
gative,
affirmative or interrogative forms. Practice this dialogue with your partner.

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1. Look at the picture and answers the questions in your notebook:

a) What are there in the classroom?

b) What is the class about?

2. Answer the questions according to the pictures:


a) How many tomatoes are there in the bask
et?
b) How many apples are there in the basket?
c) How many carrots are there in the basket?
d) How many grapes are there in the basket?
e) How many plums are there in the basket?
a) Is there a bed in the picture?
b) Is there a TV in the picture?
c) Are there four chairs in the picture?
d) Is there a table in the picture?
e) Is there a plant in the picture?
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FATHERS DAY

INDEPENDENCE DAY

The older I get, the smarter my father seems to get.


Tim Russert

CHRISTMAS
Candy Cane Butter Cookies
1 cup butter
cup sugar
1 egg
1 tsp. vanilla
2 cups flour
1 tsp. Baking poder
Mix and bake them all
Give friends a call
Merry Christmas
and nothing at all.

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A
About - sobre
Abstract abstrato
According conforme, de acord
o
Across atravs, que cruza
Actor ator
Actress atriz
Address - endereo

Affirmative afirmativa
After depois
Airplane avio
Also tambm, alm disso
Angry bravo (a) (s)
Animals animais
Answer resposta
Apple ma
Articles artigos
Artist artista

Ask perguntar
Away adiante, embora
B
Ball bola
Bath banho
Beach praia
Beautiful bonito(a) (s)
Before antes
Beginning comeo

Clown palhao
Follow seguir
Club clube
Food comida
Cold frio
Friend amigo (a)
Colorful colorido(a)
From de origem, provenincia
Comfortable confortvel(is)
Full cheio
Commemorative comemorativo (a) ( Funny divertido, engraado
s)
Compose compor
G
Consonants consoantes
Garden jardim
Cook cozinheiro(a)
German alemo, alem
Cool frescor
C
Germany Alemanha
Country pas
Calendar calendrio
Girl menina, garota
Crossword palavra cruzada
Called chamado(a)
Give dar, do
Camel camelo
Giving dando, dar
D
Car carro
Good bom, boa, bons, boas
Dad - papai
Carried - carregado
Good-afternoon boa tarde
Dance dana, danar
Cat gato (a)
Good-bye tchau
Celebrated celebrado (a) (s) Dancer danarino (a)
Good-evening boa noite
Date data
Century - sculo
Good-morning bom dia
Daugther filha
Changing mudando
Good-night boa noite
Classroom classe, sala de aul Day dia
Grandfather (grandpa) vov
Definite definido
a
Grandmother (grandma) vov
Dentist dentista
Clock relgio
Grandparents avs
Desk carteira de escola
Clothes - roupas
Grape uva
Dialogue dilogo
Great formidvel
Doctor mdico
Green verde
Dog cachorro
Greetings cumprimentos
Dont no
Down para baixo, abaixo
H
Draw desenhar
Hairdresser cabelereiro (a)
Drink bebida, beber
Hamburger hambrguer
Driver motorista
Hands mos, ponteiros
Happy feliz(es)
E
Hat chapu
Each other um (ns) ao (s) outro (s) Have ter, tm
Egg ovo
Her seu, sua (s), dela
Elephant elefante
Here aqui
Engineer - engenheiro
Honest honesto (a)
Envelope envelope
Hooked - preso
Eraser borracha
Horror horror, terror
European europeu
Hot quente (s)
Example exemplo
Hour horas
Expected esperando
House casa
Eye olho
How - como
How are you? como vai voc?
F
How do you do? como vai voc?
Family famlia
How many... quantos
Famous famoso(a)
How much... - quanto custa (m)
Favorite favorito (a) (s)
How old...? quantos anos?
Fight luta
Hug abrao
Fill completar
Find achar
Flag bandeira
Bird - pssaro
Birthday data de aniversrio
Bonfire fogueira
Book livro
Box caixa
Boy menino, garoto
Breakfast caf da manh
Broken quebrado
Bus nibus

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I
I go to - eu vou para
Ice cream sorvete
Idea ideia
Indefinite indefinido

Information informao
Insect inseto
introduce apresentar
Ireland Irlanda

J
Japanese japons(a)
Jewelry - joia
Job trabalho

K
Kitchen cozinha
L
Language lngua, linguagem
Lawyer advogado (a)
Love amor, ama, amar
Loved amado (a)
Lovely adorvel
M
Man homem
Mango manga
Married casado (a) (s)
Match relacionar, ligar
Meaning significado
Might deveria
Monday segunda-feira
Month ms
Morning manh
Most - mais
My meu (s), minha (s)
N
Name nome
Nationality nacionalidade
Native nativo (a)
Negative negativa
Neighbors - vizinhos
Next prximo
Nice - agradvel, boa
Nose nariz
Noun substantivo
Nowadays hoje em dia
Nurse enfermeiro(a)
O
Occupation - profisso
Office escritrio, consultrio
Often - frequentemente
Old velho (a) (s)
Only somente
Open abrir
Orange laranja
Ornaments ornamentos, enfeites
Ostrich avestruz

Our nosso (a) (s)


P
Parents pais
Parrot papagaio
Party(ies) festa(s)
Partner - par, parceiro (a)
Patron patrono
Pattern exemplo, modelo
Pear pera
Pen caneta
People pessoas
Personal pessoal
Photo foto, fotografia
Picture pintar, desenhar
Player jogador
Portable - porttil
Pray orao, prece
Pretty - linda
Pronoun pronome
R
Rejoice exultar, alegrar
Renovated renovado
Remember - lembrar
Revered reverenciado,
idolatrado
Rich rico (a) (s)
Ruler rgua
S
Sad triste
Say dizer, falar
Scenario cenrio
School escola
Season estao do ano
Sentence sentena
Short curto, baixo (a) (s)
Silly estpido, ftil
Similar similar, parecido
Singer cantor(a)
Sins pecados
Sister irm
Skirt - saia
Sleeper sonmbulo, adormecid
o
Small - pequeno
Soccer futebol
Something algo, alguma coisa
Sounds sons
Speaks fala
Spider aranha
Stadium estdio
Stapler grampedor
Stop parar, pare
Students estudantes
Subject sujeito
Sunday domingo
Supermarket supermercado
Sushi tpica comida japonesa

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T
Table mesa
Taking pegando, tomando,
levando
Tall alto (a) (s)
Taught ensinou, lecionou
Teacher professor (a)
Teller atendente, caixa
Thanks obrigado
Theater teatro
There are... h (plural)
There is - h (singular)
These estes, estas
Thing coisa
Three-leaf-clover trevo de trs
folhas
To be ser, estar

Today hoje
Too tambm
Top model modelo m
uito
famosa(o)
Translate traduzir, traduza
U
Ugly feio (a) (s)
Umbrella sombrinha
Underline sublinhe, sublinhad
o
(a) (s)
Unit unidade
University universidade
Usually normalmente
V
Vowel vogal
W

Want querer, quero, quer


Washed lavou
Watch relgio, assistir, assiste
Watermelon melancia
We ns
Week semana
What o que
When quando
Where onde
White branco
Wife - esposa
Woman mulher
Words palavras
Work trabalhar
Write escrever
Y
Year ano
Your seu (s), sua (s)