segunda-feira, 11 de fevereiro de 2019

Class Profile

In pairs, answer the questions about your classmate:

1. What do you like doing?

2. What do you hate doing?


3. What are you afraid of?


4. What's your favourite book or film?


5. What's your favourite singer or band?


6. What are you good at?


7. What are you bad at?


8. What's your favourite subject at school?


9. What do you like eating?


10. What are you like? (extroverted / introverted / organized / messy / honest / quiet / talkative / calm / moody ...) 




Welcome 2019 students!

sábado, 24 de novembro de 2018

4bi Test Content N2 (Carlos)

- Vocabulary: Materials – Pages 74 and W40 (1)
- Vocabulary: Media Activities – Pages 82 and W46 (1)  
- Passive Voice: Simple Present, Present Continuous, Simple Past, Present Perfect, 
  Past Perfect – Pages 75, 77, W40 and W41 + PowerPoint
- Reported Speech – Pages 83, 85, W46 and W47 + PowerPoint
- Hairspray

segunda-feira, 5 de novembro de 2018

4bi Test Content N1 (Luciana)

  • CHAPTER 7:
- Vocabulary about "materials": p.74

- Passive Voice (Present Simple): p.75/  blog - exercises

- Passive Voice (Past Simple): p.77 / blog - exercises
  • CHAPTER 8:
- Reported Speech: p.83 and 85
  • ED (4TH BIMESTER)
  • DESCRIPTION OF PEOPLE AND PICTURES:. blog - exercises
  • HAIRSPRAY

quarta-feira, 12 de setembro de 2018

3bi Test Content N1 (Luciana)

CHAPTERS 5 AND 6:

- Vocabulary about "relationships" and "investigation"

- Question Tags

- Speculation in the present (MUST, MAY/MIGHT, CAN'T)

- Speculation in the past (MUST HAVE, MAY/MIGHT HAVE, COULDN'T HAVE)

- Use of articles (A, AN, THE, --)

- Biographies (see blog - exercises - biographies)

- Making up questions (see blog - exercises - review)

- ED

3bi Test Content N2 (Carlos)

CHAPTERS 5 AND 6:

- Vocabulary about "relationships" and "investigation"

- Question Tags

- Speculation in the present (MUST, MAY/MIGHT, CAN'T)

- Speculation in the past (MUST HAVE, MAY/MIGHT HAVE, COULDN'T HAVE)

- Use of articles (A, AN, THE, --)

- ED

terça-feira, 10 de julho de 2018

RP Review (part II) - N2


First Conditional

Definition: It is used to talk about possibilities in the future.

Structure and examples:
1)      If it doesn’t rain, I will go to the beach.
2)      If I win the lottery, I will travel to Japan.
3)      If she doesn’t call us, she won’t go.
If + simple present … + simple future (will)

Note: the order of the sentences may change!
Example: I will go to the beach if it doesn’t rain.

Exercises: blog and internet exercises


Second Conditional

Definition: It is used to talk about unlikely and imaginary situations in the past or the present.

Structure and examples:
1)      If it didn’t rain, I would go to the beach.
2)      If I won the lottery, I would travel to Japan.
3)      If I were you, I would call him
If + simple past … + would + verb

Note1: The order of the sentences may change!
Example: I would go to the beach if it didn’t rain.

Note2: In the conditional sentences, the verb “to be” in the past is used as “were”. See example 3: “If I were you, I would call him”

Exercises: W17, n 5,6,7 and 8


Third Conditional

Definition: It is used to talk about imaginary events in the past that didn’t happen.

Structure and examples:
If it hadn’t rained, I would have gone to the beach.
If I had won the lottery, I would have travelled to Japan.
If she hadn’t called us, she wouldn’t have gone.
If + past perfect … + would have + verb (3rd form)

Note: the order of the sentences may change!
Example: I would have gone to the beach if it hadn’t rained.

Exercises: W23, n 5,6,7 and 8


Should

When to use? We use should/shouldn’t to express a recommendation or a piece of advice.

Structure and examples:
He is not feeling well. He should go to the doctor.
I should go home. It’s late.
She shouldn’t yell at anyone. It’s rude.
should/shouldn’t + verb

Exercises: W16, n 2,3 and 4


Should have

When to use? We use should have/shouldn’t have to express regret or to criticize an action in the past.

Structure and examples:
He is not feeling well. He shouldn’t have eaten so much pizza.
They should have bought some souvenirs.
He shouldn’t have gone to the party. His father is furious.
should have/shouldn’t have + verb (3rd form)

Exercises: Page 41 and W22, n 3 and 4


Vocabulary about Injuries and Illnesses

Exercises: Illnesses - page 32 and W16 n 1
                   Injuries – page 40 and W22 n 1