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PROVAS E TRABALHOS
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CONTENTS

1. Greetings.........................................................................................................................4
2. The Alphabet...................................................................................................................6
3. The Calendar...................................................................................................................7
4. Cardinal and Ordinal Numbers.......................................................................................8
5. What time is it?............................................................................................................10
6. My Family.....................................................................................................................12
7. Plural of Nouns..............................................................................................................13
8. Personal Pronouns.........................................................................................................15
9. Verb To Be....................................................................................................................16
10. Professions....................................................................................................................21
11. School Supplies.............................................................................................................22
12. Indefinite Article...........................................................................................................24
13. The Colors.....................................................................................................................26
14. The Zodiac.....................................................................................................................27
15. The Adjective................................................................................................................29
16. Where are you from?.....................................................................................................30
17. Parts of Human Body ...................................................................................................33
18. There To Be...................................................................................................................35
19. Susan and her family.....................................................................................................37
20. Prepositions of Place.....................................................................................................38
21. Parts of the House.........................................................................................................40
22. Clothes...........................................................................................................................41
23. Demonstrative Pronouns...............................................................................................42
24. Food Pyrimid.................................................................................................................44
25. Animals.........................................................................................................................46
26. Possessive Adjectives....................................................................................................47
27. Means of Transportation...............................................................................................50
28. Imperative......................................................................................................................51
References............................................................................................................................54

1. GREETINGS

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Conversation 1

GREETINGS:

Good morning! = Bom dia! – Usa-se até o meio-dia.


Good afternoon! = Boa tarde! – Usa-se após meio-dia e antes do entardecer.
Good evening! = Boa noite! – Usa-se ao encontrar uma pessoa ao entardecer, no início da
noite.
Good night! = Boa noite! – Usa-se ao despedir-se de uma pessoa, no final da noite.
So long! = Até logo! – Usa-se em despedidas comuns.
Good bye! ou Bye! = Tchau ou Adeus – Usa-se também em despedidas comuns.
See you tomorrow! = Até amanhã! Ou Vejo você amanhã! – Usa-se em despedidas comuns.
Hi! = Oi! – Usa-se em saudações comuns entre amigos.
Hello! = Olá! ou Alô! – Usa-se em saudações comuns entre amigos.
Excuse me! = Com licença!
Sorry! ou I´m Sorry! = Desculpe-me!

Conversation 2

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Exercise:

1. Complete the conversation:

2. THE ALPHABET

A /ei/ B /bi/ C /ci/ D /di/


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E /i/ K /qhei/ Q /qhiu/ W /dábeliu/
F /ef/ L /el/ R /ahr/ X /ecs/
G /dji/ M /em/ S /ess/ Y /uai/
H /eitch/ N /em/ T /thi/ Z /zi/
I /ai/ O /ou/ U /iu/
J /djei/ P /phi / V /vi/

Exercises:

1. Can you spell your name?


Try to spell your name using the English alphabet.

2. Let´s sing along!

The Alphabet

Mother dear, oh do you see?


I can say my A B C!

A /ei/, B /bi/, C /ci/, D /di/, E /i/


F /ef/, G /dji/, H /eitch/, I /ai/
J /djei/, K /qhei/, L /el/, M /em/
N /em/, O /ou/, P /phi /, Q /qhiu/
R /ahr/, S /ess/, T /thi/, U /iu/
V /vi/, W /dábeliu/, X /ecs/, Y /uai/
And Z /zi/

These are the letters from A to Z


Now they are a part of me.

3. THE CALENDAR
The days of week

Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday


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The months of year

January____________________________ July_______________________________
February___________________________ August_____________________________
March_____________________________ September__________________________
April ______________________________ October____________________________
May_______________________________ November__________________________
June_______________________________ December__________________________

The seasons of year

4. CARDINAL AND ORDINAL NUMBERS

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Como escrever outros numerais?

A. Usamos um hífen (-) para ligar a dezena e a unidade do cardinal:

21 = twenty-one 83 = eighty-three

B. Também empregamos um hífen para ligar a dezena e a unidade do ordinal:

21st = twenty-first 83rd = eighty-third


32nd = thirty-second 99th = ninety-ninth

C. Empregamos a vírgula para separar o milhar da centena.

1,585 = one thousand, five hundred and eighty-five.


9,266 = nine thousand, two hundred and sixty-six.

Notes:

1. Em datas não usamos vírgula.


Ex.: The Second World War ended in 1945.
A Segunda Guerra Mundial terminou em 1945.

2. Ao ler as datas, mencionamos os cardinais de dois em dois.


Ex.: 1945 = nineteen fourty-five
2010 = twenty ten

Exercises:

1. Write out the following cardinal numbers:

a. 13 ___________________________________________________________________
b. 43 ___________________________________________________________________
c. 407 __________________________________________________________________

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d. 888 __________________________________________________________________
e. 9,842 ________________________________________________________________

2. Answer the questions below:

a. Ten plus ten is _________________________________________________________


b. Twenty-five minus nine is ________________________________________________
c. Forty-five plus forty-five is _______________________________________________
d. One hyndrer minus twenty-three is _________________________________________
e. Sixty-seven plus thirty-four is _____________________________________________

3. Complete the senteces:

a. April is the fourth month of the year.


b. July is the _______________ month of year.
c. January is the __________________________________.
d. September ____________________________________.
e. March _________________________________________.
f. February ___________________________________________.

4. Let´s sing along!


Tem Little Indians

One little, two little, three little indians.


Four little, five little, six little indians.
Seven little, eight little, nine little indians.
Ten little indians children. (boys)

Ten little, nine little, eight little indians.


Seven little, six little, five little indians.
Four little, three little, two little indians.
One little indians child. (boy)
5. WHAT TIME IS IT?

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Exercise:

1. What time is it?

a. g.

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b. h.

c. i.

d. j.

e. k.

f. l.

6. MY FAMILY
This is my family

Hi! My name is Rose. This is a


photo of my family. Look: I have a
beautiful family!
Georges and Rob are my brother.
The name of my father is Anthony and the
name of my mother is Mary.
That old man is my grandfather, his
name is John. He is married with my
grandmother. Her name is Elizabeth. They
are parents of my mother.

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1. Complete the family tree:

Grandfather Grandmother

Mother Father

Brother Sister Brother

2. Look for the words below in the dictionary:

a. Tio__________________________ n. Cunhado_______________________
b. Tia__________________________ o. Cunhada_______________________
c. Primo________________________ p. Namorado______________________
d. Padrasto______________________ q. Namorada______________________
e. Madrasta_____________________ r. Marido/esposo__________________
f. Filho________________________ s. Esposa________________________
g. Filha________________________ _
h. Sobrinho_____________________ t. Enteado________________________
i. Sobrinha_____________________ u. Enteada________________________
j. Madrinha_____________________ v. Sogro_________________________
k. Padrinho_____________________ w. Sogra_________________________
l. Afilhado_______________________ _
m. Afilhada_______________________
7. PLURAL OF NOUNS

 Geralmente, formamos o plural acrescentando a letra -s no final das palavras.

Exemple:
banana – bananas

lemon – lemons

bank – banks

 Palavras terminadas em “o”, “s”, “ch”, “sh” e “x” recebem -es no final das palavras.
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Exemple:
tomato – tomatoes

bus – buses

peach – peaches

radish – radishes

box – boxes

 Palavras terminadas em “y” precedido de consoante retiramos a letra “y” e


acrescentamos -ies no final das palavras.

Exemple:
strawberry – strawbwrries

bakery – bakeries

 Exceções: há algumas palavras que as regras acima não se aplicam, a grafia do singular
é diferente da grafia no plural.

Exemple:
child – children

woman – women

man – men

Exercises:

1. Pass the word below to the plural:

a) Potatoe _________________________________

b) Beach __________________________________

c) Man ___________________________________

d) Grape __________________________________

e) City ___________________________________

f) Table __________________________________
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g) Library_________________________________

h) Boy____________________________________

i) Child ___________________________________

1. Find the words in the plural (14):

F R G A V O I B M E O H O R S E S H U M
A I B C X U Z U C N U M A I F A K P Ç Y
C D C A R S O L R K M V T P B U S H E S
T G H P E J G Y O I Y A E G D S B T U R
O Q U V O Y K F S O N O P U N O B R O I
R M O T G H I N S A D G B I K E S P I S
I A Q R T E Y P E S E D F H R L G Ç M A
E Z X C V R B N S M L J E H S G A F D N
S O A P I O U E Y T R W A Y S E W Q S D
Q W E R W E T Y U W I O P Ç K J H F L W
S B A D F S U K H I P L E M H I B L O I
M U N I B V Y O C X F O X E S Z A I S C
O S T G H A R P L K I J H O G F U B D H
P E F B E U K M O Y D F G P T Y R R A E
V S B T O P Ç L S F V M S V C E D A W S
Q D E A C V J F O I O L O Ç N Y F R N V
F B J R I S H O P S F U N D C B F I B N
E B M O D T K U Y C M Ç G F V I F E B K
T I H G S A G N E G K X S D U I V S P W
Q H P V S X O D X K O E G D O J Y K U Y
8. PERSONAL PRONOUNS
Os Personal Pronouns são os Pronomes Pessoais e podem substituir um substantivo
dentro de uma oração. Há dois tipos de pronomes pessoais: Subjective Case (caso reto),
funcionam como sujeito da oração, e Objective Case (caso oblíquo), funcionam como
complemento.

Personal Pronouns
Subjective Case Translation Objective Case Translation
I Me
You You
He Him
She Her
It It
We Us
You You
They Them
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Ex.: Jane is sitting close to Paul.
She is sitting close to him.

Exercises:

1. Replace the words below with personal pronouns (subjective case):

a. Tony:________________________ h. Fred and I_______________________


b. Nancy_______________________ i. A dog__________________________
c. A bus________________________ j. Paul and Emilly__________________
d. The buses____________________ k. Paul____________________________
e. Nancy and Betty_______________ l. Emilly__________________________
f. Betty and I____________________ m. Alex and I_______________________
g. A woman_____________________ n. Coffee__________________________

2. Replace the words below with personal pronouns (subjective case or objective case):

a. Paul is sitting close to Betty. ________ is sitting close to ________.


b. Peter gives the book to Anne. ________ gives ________ to ________.
c. Birds use theirs wings to fly. ________ use ________ to fly.

9. VERB TO BE
To Be = Ser ou Estar

É utilizado como verbo principal em frases simples que indicam características,


estado, etc.

Ex.: I´m from New York.


She is hungry.
You are very tall.

 Affirmative form

Subjective Pronouns To be Contract Form Translation


I am I´m
You are You´re
He is He´s
She is She´s
It is It´s
We are We´re
You are You´re
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They are They´re

Exemple: She is beautiful.

Structure: sujeito + verbo to be + complemento + .

 Negative form

Subjective Pronouns To be + NOT Contract Form Translation


I am not I´m not
You are not You´re not ou You aren´t
He is not He´s not ou He isn´t
She is not She´s not ou She isn´t
It is not It´s not ou It isn´t
We are not We´re not ou We aren´t
You are not You´re not ou You aren´t
They are not They´re not ou They aren´t

Exemple: She is not beautiful. Peter and I are not very happy.
Structure: sujeito + verbo to be + NOT +complemento + .
 Interrogative form What = Qual

Who = Quem

To be: affirmative form Where = Onde


To be: interrogative form
I am Am I ...?
How = Como/Quanto
You are Are you ...?
He is Is he ...?
She is Is she ...?
It is Is it ...?
We are Are we ...?
You are Are you ...?
They are Are they ...?

Exemple: Is she American? Are Peter and Sally Italian?


Structure: verbo to be + sujeito + complemento + ?

Interrogative Words

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Exemples: What is your name? ___________________________________
Who is that girl? ___________________________________
Where are you from? ___________________________________
How are you? ___________________________________
How old are you? ___________________________________

Structure: interrogative word + verbo to be + sujeito +complemento + ? +


?

Se há uma pergunta é porque existe um diálogo, consequentemente deverá haver uma


resposta. Essa resposta pode aparecer basicamente de duas formas: resposta curta e resposta
completa.

 Resposta positiva:  Resposta negativa:


Isn´t Susan a nurse? Isn´t Susan a nurse?
Yes, she is. No, she isn´t. She is a doctor.

Resposta curta (somente). Resposta curta. Resposta completa.

Exercises:

1. Complete the senteces using verb to:

a) How ________ you today?


b) I ________ fine.
c) You ________ late.
d) She ________ a student.
e) Mark ________ a handsome boy.

2. Rewrite the senteces below passing them to the interrogative form of verb to be:

a) You are a teacher.


b) It is an orange.
c) They are doctors.
d) She is a secretary.
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e) We are good students.

3. Rewrite the senteces below passing them to the negative form of verb to be:

a) She is a painter.
b) We are good singers.
c) It is an apple.
d) He is a singer.
e) You are a good friend.

4. Answer the question below.

a) Are you a student?


b) Is Maddona a famous Singer?
c) Ist Michael Jackson a good actor?
d) Is Jennifer Lopez a beautiful woman?
e) Is Tom Cruise a good actor?

5. Let´s sing along!

You´re my sunshine
(Papa Winnie)

Ohhh oooo!
The dance hall has to ram, the dance hall has to ram
It has to ram in a style and fashion
The nation has to jam, the nation has to jam
We gonna jam in a style and pattern
Because is I, Papa Winnie, on the microphone stand
The people doesn't know where I really come from
Me tall, me no short, me slim, me not fat
And everytime I rap, me say the crowd hear me say

You are my sunshine my only sunshine


You make me happy, when skies are gray
You never know, Dear, how much I love you
So please don't take my sunshine away

You are the woman, and I am the man


And everything we do, jah knows we do it real strong
We are just modeling up the dance hall, in a style and fashion
Me and my girl, her name is Liana
The talk of the town, is that we have two babies, twins
One of them fat and one of them slim
We call them Rootsie, Rootsie,
Rootsie and Boopsie, Rootsie, Rootsie, Rootsie and Boops
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You are my sunshine...

[...]
Sufferation in the land, sufferation in the land

Cole aqui uma foto de sua família, ou faça um desenho sobre ela.

Killing all my natian Lord I can't understand


Famine in the land, tribulation getting strong
They always have a plan to fool we Africans
Creating war in the East
War in the West
War inthe North
And war inthe South
If love were a thing that money can buy
The rich man would live, and the poor man would die

You are my sunshine...


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PRODUÇÃO TEXTUAL

Agora que você já conhece um pouco de vocabulário, pronomes e verbo to be, escreva um
pequeno texto sobre sua família. Utilize o texto This is my family como exemplo para a sua
produção textual.

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10.PROFESSIONS
List the occupations with the drawings below:

1. Dentist 6. Painter 11. Hairdresser


2. Doctor 7. Teacher 12. Chef/Cook
3. Engineer 8. Lawyer 13. Secretary
4. Mailman/Postman 9. Veterinary 14. Policeman
5. Mechanic 10. Photographer

( ) ( ) ( ) ( ) ( )

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( ) ( ) ( ) ( ) ( )

Other occupations:

manicure manager salesman /saleswoman


arquitect nurse Singer journalist

journeyman butcher fireman busdriver

securit guard credit analyst actor baker

11. SCHOOL SUPPLIES

PENCIL BOOK PEN PENCIL CASE

SCISSOR RULER NOTEBOOK PENCIL SHARPNER

SCHOOL BAG ERASER CALCULATOR CHAIR

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BLACK BOARD GARBAGE MAP

BAG DESK BACKPACK

Exercícios:

1. Crossword

Horizontal
1. Teachers use it to write in classes.
2. Students use in math classes.
3. It has many numbers.
4. It is very dirty.
5. Students use it to take notes.

Vertical
6. It is used to sharpen the pencil.
7. People use to read.
8. It is used to sit.
9. It is used to support the school supplies.
10. It is used in geography classes.

B L A C K B O A R D

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12.INDEFINITE ARTICLE

O artigo indefinido tem duas formas em inglês: a e an.


Ambas têm o memo significado – um, uma – e são usadas somente antes de substantivos
contáveis no singular.

 Indefinite article a:

Usamos o artigo indefinido a antes de palavras iniciadas por consoante e palavras iniciadas
por “h” com som de “r”:
Exemples: a past a hot summer a warning a year

O artigo indefinido a é ainda usado antes de palavras começadas por vogais com som de
“yu” ou “w”.
Exemples:

A university
A unit
Som de “yu” A used car
A European country

Som de w A one-way street


A one-way ticket

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 Indefinite article an:

Usamos o artigo indefinido an antes de palavras iniciadas por vogal e palavras iniciadas
por “h” mudo .
Exemples: an army an idea an option an hour an honest man

Notes:

an x-ray photography an L. A. gang

som de eks som de el

Exercises:

1. Complete using a or an:

a) _______ cherry i) _______ one-hour walk

b) _______ apple j) _______ onion

c) _______ watch k) _______ house

d) _______ hour l) _______man

e) _______ hliday m) _______answer

f) _______ honest lawyer n) _______oasis

g) _______ university o) _______hospital

h) _______ umbrella p) _______ uniform

2. Complete the sentences using a or an if necessary:

a) I saw_______ airplane in _______ airport.


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b) There isn´t money in _______ pocket.

c) What_______news!

d) There are _______children and _______ in _______ room.

e) We use _______ telephone mainly for sending and receiving _______ information.

13.THE COLORS

Black White Gray

_____________________ _____________________ _____________________

Blue Green Red

_____________________ _____________________ _____________________

Yellow Pink Purple

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_____________________ _____________________ _____________________

Orange Brown

_____________________ _____________________
14.THE ZODIAC

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Execises:

1. After read the text The Zodiac, answer the questions below:

a. What is the plot of the text?


___________________________________________________________________________
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b. What is the principal information reported by signs of zodiacs?
___________________________________________________________________________
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c. Identify 10 adjectives in the text and rewrite them below:
___________________________________________________________________________
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15.THE ADJECTIVE
Adjetivo é toda palavra que qualifica um substantivo, em outras palavras, são
características. São bastante simples as regras que orientam sua utilização:

1) O adjetivo não varia em número (singular e plural). Mesmo que o substantivo


apareça no plural, o adjetivo conserva a mesma forma:
Exemple: sweet dream => sweet dreams

2) O adjetivo não varia em gênero (masculino e feminino). O Substantivo pode ser


masculino ou feminino, mas o adjetivo conserva a mesma forma:
Exemple: strong man => strong woman

3) O adjetivo normalmente é usado antes do substantivo que ele qualifica:


Exemple: I have sweet dreams. He is a strong man.

adjetivo substantivo adjetivo substantivo

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Alguns adjetivos que você deve conhecer:

Adjectives Translation Adjective Translation


grande pequeno
alto baixo
velho jovem
antigo novo
rico pobre
quente frio
feliz triste
magro gordo
bom mau
forte fraco
caro barato
sujo limpo
adiantado atrasado
bonito feio

16.WHERE ARE YOU FROM?

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Mexico – Mexican Canada – Canadian Colombia – Colombian

Australian – Australian Germany – German


Exercise:

1. Complete the conversation:

– Where are you from?


– ___________________________________
– What is your nationality?
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– ___________________________________

17.PARTS OF HUMAN BODY


Finger Head

Hair

Eye
Ear
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Nose
Neck
Mouth
Shouder

Arm Back

Elbow

Hand

Thig
Leg
Knee

Alf
Leg
Foot Ankle

Head _______________ Leg _______________


- Hair _______________ - Thigh _______________
- Cheek _______________ - Knee _______________
- Nose _______________ - Alf _______________
- Ear _______________ - Ankles _______________
- Eye _______________
- Mouth _______________ Hand _______________
- Lips _______________ - Finger _______________
- Tooth ______________
Back _______________
Arm _______________ Foot _______________
- Shouder _______________ Neck _______________
- Elbow _______________
- Wrist _______________

Exercise:

1. List column A to column B:

1. Braço 5. Costa
2. Cabeça 6. Pescoço
3. Perna 7. Pé
4. Mão 8. Boca
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9. Dedo ( ) Ear
10. Nariz ( ) Leg
11. Bochecha ( ) Cheek
12. Joelho ( ) Hand
13. Ombro ( ) Neck
14. Olho ( ) Knee
15. Orelha ( ) Mouth
( ) Back
( ) Foot ( ) Shouder
( ) Arm ( ) Finger
( ) Nose ( ) Eye
( ) Head

18.THERE TO BE
There to be = haver

O there to be, assim como o verb to be, tem três formas básicas: afirmativa,
interrogativa e negativa.

Exemples:

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1. Complete the sentences using there is or there are:

a) _________________________ good shops at Barra Shopping.


b) _________________________ a church near the square.
c) _________________________ many students in this class.
d) _________________________ a supermarket at Praia de Belas Shopping.
e) _________________________ a library at Cidade Jardim School.

2. Pass the sentences below to the interrogative form of There To Be:

a) There is an old restaurant on Cavalhada Avenue.


___________________________________________________________________________
b) There are good shops on Andradas Streets.
___________________________________________________________________________
c) There is a big flowershop next to Pizzaria Kasarão.
___________________________________________________________________________
d) There are many buildings next to Cidade Jardim School.
___________________________________________________________________________
e) There is a girl here.
__________________________________________________________________________
3. Pass the sentences below to the negative form of There To Be:
a) There are two boys here.
___________________________________________________________________________
b) There is an old restaurant on Cavalhada Avenue.
___________________________________________________________________________
c) There are many flowershop next to Pizzaria Kasarão.
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d) There is a good park near School.
___________________________________________________________________________
e) There are many bookshop on Nonoai Avenue.
___________________________________________________________________________

19.SUSAN AND HER FAMILY


Complete the text whit the words in the box:

in on under between behind next to near at

Susan and her family

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Hi, my name is Susy. I live with my father and my mother _____ Kennedy Avenue.
My house is _____ the restaurant. The garage of my house is _____ the house. I like to play
_____ the garden _____ the tree.
When I go to school I go along Kennedy Street and turn left _____ Jackson Street. The
school is _____ the bank.
My father works _____ the bank. My mother works _____ the library.
I have a sister, but she doesn’t live with us. She lives alone _____ 407 Franklin Street.
Her house is _____ a church and a garage.

Vocabulary

To live = viver To like = gostar


To play = brincar/jogar To go = ir
To work = trabalhar Alone = sozinho(a)

20.PREPOSITIONS OF PLACE
As preposições ajudam-nos a compreender melhor um texto fazendo com que as idéias
não fiquem desligadas ou quebradas. Elas também estabelecem uma localização de lugar, são
as chamadas preposições de lugar, ou melhor, preposition of place.

 in = em, dentro ou quando são usadas com nomes de cidades e países.


Exemples: He is in his room. Mary is in New York.

 at = em (pontos específicos)

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Exemples: He is at home. She lives at 407 Franklin Street. Peter is at the restaurant.

 on = em, sobre, em cima de… ou quando são usadas com nomes de ruas e avenidas (sem
o número do imóvel) e com a palavras corner (que significa esquina).
Exemples: He is on the bed.
There is a restaurant on the corner Lincoln Street with Kennedy Avenue.
I live on Kennedy Avenue.

 under = em baixo de…


Exemples: My notebooks are under the desk.

 between = entre
Exemple: The bookshop is between the restaurant and the bank

 behind = atrás
Exemple: The school is behind the bank.

 next to = ao lado, ao lado


Exemple: There is a supermarket next to the shops.

 near = perto
Exemple: the church is near the square.

 in front of = em frente a…
Exemple: There are a square in front of my job.

 across = do outro lado


Exemple: The supermarket is across the hotel.

Vocabulary

school shop bookshop restaurant bakery supermarket bank

bar square barbershop hotelg gas station bus station

drugstore church club airport building grocery store

Exercises:

1. Fill in the blanks. Use in, on, at or under:

a) Is Sally ________ home?


b) Marcelo is ________ Italy.
c) My mother is ________ the bakery.
d) The is shirt ________ the bed.
e) Ted is ________ the supermarket.
f) My shoes are ________ the bed.
g) I live ________ Cavalhada Avenue.
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h) Your cell phone is ________ the sofá.
i) There are many buildings ________ São Paulo
j) The secretary is ________ her room.

2. Look at the picture below and complete the senteces using between, behind, next to,
near, in front of or across:

a) The church is ________________ the supermarket.


b) The supermarket is ________________ the hospital.
c) The school is ________________the supermarket.
d) The library is ________________ the bank.
e) The bank is ________________ the library and the police station.
f) Um house is ________________ the library.
21.PARTS OF THE HOUSE
1. Look at the picture:

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2. What is this? Describe.

3. Connect the columns:

a) Garden Porão
b) Garage Sala
c) Room Banheiro
d) Dining room Cozinha
e) Office Garagem
f) Kicthen Área de serviço
g) Bathroom Escritório
h) Service area Quarto de solteiro
i) Double bedroom Quintal
j) Single bedroom Quarto de casal
k) Yard Sala de jantar
l) Basement Jardim

4. Describe your house.

22.CLOTHES
Read the text below:

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How much is it?

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Mrs. Jones: Can I help you? Jack: No, the blue sweater on the chair.
Jack: Yes, please. How much is that sweater? Mrs. Jones: That´s forty dollars.
Mrs. Jones: The Black sweater? Jack: Oh! That´s expensive!
1. What do you see in the picture? Describe.

T-shirt shirt skirt dress pants


trousers slack shorts jacket blouse
coat raincoat blazer suit tié
sweater bra panties panthose
sock underwear backpack bag
belt hat cap umbrella

Size Small Medium Large Extra


Item Large
Belt 10 13 15 17
Blouse 12 14 16 18
Dress 29 35 40 43
Hat 6 7 8 9
Jacket 26 28 30 34
Shirt 23 24 25 27
Skirt 11 12 13 15
Suit 41 44 46 50
Sweater 30 33 37 40
Tie - - 5 5
T-shirt 19 20 21 22
23.DEMONSTRATIVE PRONOUNS

Singular Plural

O interlocutor utiliza esses


This: este, esta These: estes, estas pronomes para demonstrar objetos
ou pessoas que estão perto de si.
O interlocutor utiliza esses
That: aquele, aquela Those: aqueles, aquelas pronomes para demonstrar objetos
ou pessoas que estão longe de si.

Exemple: This is my pencil.


These are my new friends.

That is my favorite place.


Those are my books.

Exercises:
1. Translate to Portuguese:

a) Those shoes aren´t Black. They are Brown.


b) These boys are my neighbors.
c) That girl is very beautiful.
d) This isn´t my shirt.

2. Complete the sentences below using this, that, these ou those:

a) Put ____________ book and ____________ toy in ____________box! (perto/longe/perto)


b) ________________ children are the sons of monarch. (perto)
c) ________________ Englishmen are sitting in chairs. (longe)
d) ________________ girl is my girlfriend. (longe)
e) ________________ book is very nice. (perto)

3. Complete the sentences below using this, that, these ou those:

a) ________________ (This/These/Those) is my Junior high school photo álbum.


b) ________________ (These/this/That) three men were my teachers.
c) ________________ (This/Those/These) one on the left was Mr. Peterson.
d) ________________ (That/Those/These) woman on the right wasn´t a secretary.
e) ________________ (These/This/That) are my parents.
f) ________________ (These/That/Those) little girl in the back is my sister.
g) ________________ (This/These/Those) is my boyfriend.
h) ________________ (These/This/That) three girls are my sisters.
i) ________________ (Those/This/That) two boys are my classmates.
j) ________________ (These/Those/This) is my pet cat.
k) ________________ (These /Those/That) is Mrs. Simpson.
l) ________________ (These/That/This) women are my friends.
24.FOOD PYRAMID

Grapes Maie Pasta


Fig Cabbage Bread
Watermelon Cauliflower Fish
Strawberry Potato Chicken
Banana Tomato Pork
Cherry Mushrooms Meat
Plum Nuts Beans
Guava Chestnut Eggs
Orange Onion Cookies
Pineapple Broccoli Candy
Apple Carrots Pizza
Peach Cheese Hamburger
Melon Yogurt Juice
Papaya Milk Soda
Pear Rice French fries
Beet Cereal Potato chips

Exercise:

1. What is your favourite food?

2. What do you think?


Check (V ) one of the columns and add one more item.

Good for you Not good for you


Fruit
Candy
Junk food
Veggies
Cereal

3. What do you eat for breakfast, lunch and dinner?


Complete the table:

Always Usually Sometimes

Breakfast

Lunch

Dinner
25.ANIMALS
Connect the names to the pictures:

1. Lion

2. Rabbit

3. Cat

4. Dog

5. Horse

6. Cow

7. Ox

8. Elephant

9. Fish

bird he- goat she-goat

jaguar camel tiger

parrot chicken snail

tapir monkey macaw


26.POSSESSIVE ADJECTIVES

POSSESSIVE ADJECTIVES

Observe as frases abaixo:


Charlie´s surprise.
His surprise.

Na segunda frase a palavra his nos transmite a mesma iséia de posse presente na
primeira frase. Essa categoria de palavras recebe, em inglês, o nome de possessive
adjectives. São eles:
Regras básicas:

1. Como você já deve ter notado, os possessive adjectives concordam com o possuidor, e não
com a coisa possuída.

Exemple: Her father is very rich.

Como her indica a posse dela, ao ler esta frase já sabemos que se trata de uma mulher cujo o
pai é muito rico.

Exemple: His father is very rich.

Como his indica a posse dele, ao ler esta frase já sabemos que se trata, desta vez, de um
homem cujo o pai é muito rico.
2. Os possessive adjectives antecedem os substantivos.
Exemple: To his surprise, he couldn´t win! Her blue eyes are beautiful.
Exercises:

1. Complete the sentences using the possessive adjectives:

a) I can see ____________face in the mirror.


b) That old man can´t see without ____________ glasses.
c) The little gilr plays with ____________ doll.
d) You have ____________ own problems.
e) We are Italian, but ____________ parents are German.
f) The little boys play with ____________ balls.
g) The dog has ____________ food.
h) The cats have ____________ food.
i) Joyce and I do ____________ homework together.
j) Water changes ____________ color sometimes.

27.MEANS OF TRANSPORTATION

List column A to column B:

1. Bicicleta 6. Ônibus
2. Carroça 7. Metrô
3. Moto 8. Trem
4. Carro 9. Barco
5. Táxi 10. Navio
11. Avião ( ) subway
( ) airplane
( ) taxi ( ) cart
( ) bike/bicycle ( ) motorcycle/motto
( ) car ( ) train
( ) ship ( ) boat
( ) bus

28.IMPERATIVE
THE IMPERATIVE FORM

P.s.:
Now open your notebooks.
Wait a minute, please.
Fred, give a peice of paper.

O imperative é usado para expressar uma ordem. É formado em inglês com o


infinitivo do verbo sem o to. O sujeito you fica subentendido.

Infinitive Imperative
To open Open your notebooks.
To give Give me a pice of paper.
To forget Forget about it.
To speak up Speak up!

A forma negativa do imperative é obtida colocando-se a palavra don´t antes da forma


afirmativa.

Exemple:
Affirmative Inperative Start the dictation.
Negative Imperative Don´t start the dictation yet.

Usa-se please antes ou depois do imperative para se atenuar uma ordem.


Exemple:

Please lend me a pencil.


Wait a minute , please.

Observe:
Let´s have a dictation.
Let´s start.

A palavra Let´s (= let us) expressa uma sugestão ou ordem em que a pessoa que fala se
inclui na ação.

Exercises:
1. Complete the sentences using the verbs in the box and passing to imperative form:

to give to wait to open to forget to lend to speak

a) ____________________ me a piece of paper.


b) ____________________ your notebooks.
c) ____________________ me a pencil.
d) ____________________ up.
e) ____________________ about it.
f) ____________________ a minute.

2. Rewrite the sentences below passing to the negative form of imperative:

a) Open your notebooks.


b) Start now.
c) Forget about it.
d) Wait here.

3. Rewrite the sentences below using the expression let´s:

a) Forget about it.


b) Wait a minute.
c) Start the dictation.
d) Speak up.

4. Organize the sentences:


a) desk on don´t the write.
b) , come please in.
c) aloud speak don´t.
d) window the, please close.
e) smoke Danger! Explosives! don´t.
f) door the open.
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Essa apostila foi elaborada por Michele Rodrigues da Rosa, professora de Língua Inglesa, graduada no curso de
Letras Licenciatura Plena (Habilitação em Língua Portuguesa, Inglesa e Respectivas Literaturas) pelo Centro
Universitário La Salle – Unilasalle.