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FeO ede ANAANAAALYAULAULULLLLLLLTAL EERE =) D ADJECTIVE ORDER + Os adjetivos servem para caraterizar os nomes e/ou pronomes. e.g. ! love my grandmother's big, old, leather armchair. Susan bought a small, white bag. + Os adjetivos em inglés tém a mesma forma no singular e plural. e.g. I like small red cars. That small red car belongs to my father. * Quando usamos mais do que um adjetivo, devemos colocé-los pela seguinte ordem: quantity fquantidade] -> size [tamanho] -> age lidade] > cotour {cor} -> material material) A. Complete the table with the from the box. @ « modern * young * grey «many «little * fen «brown « leather « two # antique » tall « plastic * s! eral © white ° silk i ll * plastic * seve old * brown «leather * two * antiq ; big « new + black * metal « large « blue + gol pink » short « wooden * thre QUANTITY | size AGE COLOUR MATERIAL, (quantidade] {tamanhol lidade) (cor) (material) B. Choose the correct option. 1. Susan is wearing a T-shirt. 8) cotton new pink 1) new pink cotton © pink new cotton 2. My cousin Anne bought rackets, a) large aluminium two) aluminium large two ¢) two large aluminium 3. [have got a sports bag a) modern grey plastic bb) plastic grey modern __¢) modern plastic grey 4. My uncle collects clocks, 4a) antique big wooden —_b) big wooden antique _¢) big antique wooden c. . s ADJECTIVE ORDER rite the adjectives in brackets in the correct order. Then write the correct number next to each picture. . Pam has just bought a (smalt / red / modern} sofa. ,._ It’s cold. | need to buy (new / leather / black} gloves. .. Sophie bought a {long / silk / white / modern] dress. 1. Mark won [gold / two] medals in the Olympics. ;. My best friend has a box with (antique / silver / many / small) coins. we Ws @ © to) ©) «ad a@O a0 . Write the words in the correct order to make sentences. . My/old/ has / house / grandfather / wooden / got / a / large. . My/ table / old / wants / wooden / mum / a / big. Your / modern / bought / Pat / a/ leather / bag / yellow / friend. . My /large / school / has / football / new /a/ green / got / field. Fey Pesca ANNUNNUUUUNAUUNUEDULELERERERLLLERTEEEY ; YU courananvs ADJECTIVES SHORT ADJECTIVES (Adjetivos pequenos) Regra geral para todos os young youn old older adjetivos pequenos: i tall taller than |. ‘adjective’ + er + than short shorte small smaller ATENGAO 7 big |bigg Quando os adjetivos terminam Mr Smith is old: sad sadder em consoante + vogal + “than Bob wet wetter than feonsoante! fat fatter > dobra-se a diltima consoante thin thinner @ acrescenta-se -er “happy happi- Quando os adjetivos terminam f ier em consoante + y juny funni Phen pretty prettio > oy transforma-se emie easy easi acrescenta-se -er | good better Estes so adjetivos irregulares, than ‘dam de f 3 bad worse. por isso mudam de forma (ob) ae Smitmy [Lone ADJECTIVES (Adjetivos grandes} Jinteresting | rors interesting Regra geral para todos os important | ore important |, aditivos grandes an expensive | nore expensive > more + ‘adjective’ + than beautiful | more beautiful A. Complete the table with the correct form of the adjectives, ADJECTIVE COMPARATIVE ADJECTIVE COMPARATIVE happy " bigger than more handsome than |12. modern | funny 113, more expensive than intelligent [more famous than _|14, sad 15, larger than calm better than luckier than more popular than 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. old 7. 8. 94 0. bad \oNURURVELEREULELURERUU LENE REURERE ERLE MERE R LEDERER NN COMPARATIVE ADJECTIVES B. “Complete the sentences with the comparativelform of the adjectives in brackets. 1. My wooden bat is (heavy) than your aluminium bat. 2. Rugby is (hard) than football. 3. Tom's teamis [bad] than John’s at playing football. 4, My father is (tal) than my mother. 5. This computer is (good) than mine. 6, My school’s tennis court is (big) than yours. C. Make sentences using the ¢¢ @ 06 Follow the example. acer abike e.g. (expensive) A car is more expensive than a bike. Rafael Kart 1. (strong) Lisa Mary: 2. [young} — 4 \\ a chair 3. (comfortable) abottle of water abottle of juice 4. (cheap) GRAM WAU som URRURURLALLR RUD U REAR RRR R ERED RRR ERRRRRED a PAST SIMPLE FORM AFFIRMATIVE | [NEGATIVE INTERROGATIVE | [SHORT ANSWERS. “1 worked | || didn’t work | Did | work..? | Positive You worked | |You didn’t work | Did you work..? | |Yes, //you/we/they did He worked | |He didn’t work | |Did he work...? he/she /it She worked | |She didn’t work | Did she work..? it worked | |!t didn’t work | |Did it work..? | Negative We worked | |We didn’t work | |Did we work..? | | Yes: //you/we/they didn't They worked | |They didn’t work | | Did they work...? he/she /it Os verbos em inglés dividem-se em verbos regulares e verbos irregulares, + Nos verbos regulares: + amaioria dos verbos: + ed work -> worked start > started clean -> cleaned sterminadoseme: = dance > danced arrive > arrived like > liked + vogal + y sed play > played stay + stayed enjoy > enjoyed = consoante +y: ¥ ied study > studied try > tried copy —> copied + consoante + vagal + consoante: dobra-se a consoante +ed stop -> stopped travel > travelled plan -> planned + Nos verbos irregulares: Nao hd regra. € preciso decorar o passado de cada verbo irregular. e.g. begin > began get > do->did have->had see -> saw + Overbo ‘to be’ nao precisa de auxiliar: Afirmativa > was/were Negativa > wasn't /weren’t.Interrogativa > Was/Wasn't he..? Were/Weren’t they...? USE Usamos 0 Past Simple: + Para falar de aces no passado ja concluidas. e.g. Last summer | went to France. / Susan bought a new dress last week. + Para descrever habitos e rotinas do passado. e.g. Last year my lessons (2° ted at eight o'clock When | was in the 7th grade | wen! to school by bus. + Com os advérbios de frequéncia ou expressées adverbiais: yesterday; this morning; last week; last month; last night; two days ago; one year ago. A.\complete these sentences with the affirmativelform of the PastSimple. I invite] my friends to my birthday party. Yesterday | [stay] at home because | was sick. My grandmother (visit me last week. John {study} Science all morning, B. Complete these sentences with the negative'form of the Past\Simple. | (not / talk] to my friend last night. The bus (not / arrive] on time yesterday. My test mark is bad because | [study] much. They [not /play] tennis at the club last month C. Write the following sentences in the interrogativelform. e.g. Vanessa painted a picture. And Susie? Did Susie paint a picture? Last year | visited London. And you? Peter washed the car last week. And Maggie? I talked to Jodo last night. And you? Paul and Tom played football yesterday. And John? 2 D. Complete the sentences with the verbs in the Past Simple. My brother and | {finish} our homework in the morning My parents {not / ike] camping in France. What time our lesson (start)? . explain) the exercise? your Maths’ teacher Fes Fee scota DO AUUNUAULALLLDURUUYEL DARE VEE EDUR ALTER PAST SIMPLE - IRREGULAR VERBS ut the following irregulariverbs in the past form: < [VERB [PAST SIMPLE [VERB |PASTSIMPLE [VERB |PASTSIMPLE | VERB | PAST SIMPLE |? | |be 1, [find | 7. ke |13, | spend |19. iz | [buy 2 get 14. swim | 20, i | come |3. give | 9 say 15. teach | 21, | [do ik 90 10, see | 16, ‘take 22. 7 |drink | 5, have [11, sing | 17. win | 23, { eat 6 know |12. speak | 18. write | 24, | B. Write the questions in the Follow the example. e.g. What did you buy yesterday? bought a new pair of skates. 1. Where 2 They wrote the postcard at the train station, 2.When 2 Paul bought the car last Friday. 3. Did 2 Yes, did. | spoke to my coach. 4. How ? | went to the stadium on foot. 5. What 2 | saw a baseball bat at the sports shop. C. Complete the text with the Past Simple\(regutar‘and irregular) of the verbs in brackets. Last Saturday Carl and his team (1) (have) a basketball game in London. They (2) [travel] to London by plane. They (3) farrive) on Saturday morning. At 11 o'clock they (4) (meet) the other team at the hotel. In the afternoon they (5) [play] and they (6) {win} the game. It was great! The rest of the weekend they (7) [go] on an excursion to the city centre. They (8) {see} Big Ben and Buckingham Palace. They (9) (go) to a restaurant and they (10) leat} Fish and Chips and (11) (drink) orange juice. It (12) (be) a great weekend! Vocabulary - 25% A. Write the sentences using words related to sports. Se2e10 1. is/John/a/ club / golf / member /a/ of /. 2. karate / for / wears / Sylvie / kit / white /a/. s 5 a leather / father / bought / new / boxing / gloves / My /. new/ got / shirt /a/1/have/ football /. |. aluminium / badminton / is / My / racket / made of / new/. 4 Complete the sentences with the correct form of the verbs play, Hor G6. 5.210 1. My parents used to dancing every day. 2, My brother rugby at the school club. 3. All my friends gymnastics at school, 4, My aunt and my mother yoga with a group of friends. 5. My cousins tennis every day, C. Write the word that doesn’t belong to each group of words in the box. Sales 1. badminton rink karate diving ( ) 2. volleyball bat club helmet (_ ) 3. court rugby ring track } 4. kit tennis shorts gloves ( ) 5. ice hockey stick helmet racket ( } forty-nine = As, 49 50 Reading comprehension - 25% Read the following text about Rafael. Hello! My name is Rafael and I'm Spanish. Now I'm living in London. My favourite sport is ice hockey. | was four years old when I started to have ice-skating lessons. When I was ten I began to play ice hockey at a local club, I loved my yellow and black kit! I felt so proud when I wore it. [had a hockey stick and skates, too. Ice hockey can be a dangerous game, so of course I had to wear @ helmet. It's also very competitive and energetic. Ipractised ice hockey every Monday, Wednesday and Friday evening, Every Saturday we had a game against another team, It was so exciting! My team was very good and we often won. Last year I stopped playing and now I'm an ice hockey coach. A. Are these statements true [1] or false [F]? 1. Rafael lives in Spain. O . He started to play ice hockey when he was four years old. (_) 2 3. Rafael’s kit was black and yellow. O 4, It's dangerous to play ice hockey. O 5. Rafael practised every day. CF Answer these iS about the text. 53-15 What is Rafael’s favourite sport? Where did Rafael play ice hockey? . What did he wear to play ice hockey? When did Rafael have games? seen eB . Is Rafael an ice hockey player now? sity C. Find opposites for these words in the text. 1. finished 2hated 3.safe 4. boring 5. lost Grammar ~ 25% A. Complete the sentences using the compar 1 (modern) 2 (fast) 2. lexpensive] B. Write sentences in the negative and in 4. Tina / go / to the swimming pool a. Last week 2-12 b last semester? 2. John and Mary/ play / tennis / together a. Last weekend b last weekend? 3. My brother / do / athletics / at a local track club a. Last year b last year? C. Write the PastiSimple of the verbs in brackets. 10x1-10 Last weekend Rafael (1) (go) to Spain. When he (2) larrive] his parents (3) (be) at the airport. They (4) (decide) to have lunch in a new restaurant. Rafael (5) feat) tortilla, a typical Spanish dish and (6) (drink) lemonade. Then Rafael (7) {phone} his best friend Sebastian and they (8) (meet} at anew outdoor ice hockey rink and they (9) (play) all afternoon. It (10) (be) a wonderful day! 51 fitty-one Writing ~ 25% A. Rafael is talking with his friend Tim about his weekend in Spain. Complete 5:2-10 7 the following dialogue. Tim: 1. 2 Rafael: Oh, yes, | did, | really enjoyed the weekend in Madrid. Tim: 2. Rafael: After lunch on Saturday | played ice hockey with my best friend Sebastian. Tim: 3. Rafael: Of course | won the game! 4. Rafael: On Sunday I visited the city of Toledo. It's near Madrid. Tim: 5, Really! 2 Rafael: | only stayed in Toledo four hours. | had to be at the airport at 7 pm. Cristiano Ronaldo is a Portuguese football player. He played for Manchester 5:3-15 United in 2003. Write five sentences about him using the information in the box. Wray Yy Practise Club/ ie Place ees Why? __| Equipment country sport Manchester |17 | Old Trafford | Football | competitive | shorts, T-shirt, | every day | United stadium exciting | $0cks, trainers | (6 hours a dayl England {red and white] SCORE: $0 100- Very Good G 70-87->G008 G) 50-62->0K GB) 0-47-y sudymore 52 fifty-two Vocabulary page Food 54 * Environment WAN yp QD : Healthy wor. ( \ ANNNUAAUAAUANAAAAARAAAAAAAAAARANAAAEAAAAAAY Weer eins ES > Food A. Write the correct word under each picture. putter «rice « bread « burger * fruit egg * ice cream * SOUP © vegetables * tomato ugar « olive + onion + salt» watermelon + cheese * cherries le + orange » cookies + seafood + ple candy * water * cake * S izza + sandwich meat + carrot + hot dog » appl p «+ pasta + grapes * jam + mitk potato « cereal * pea «oil « tea * flour * chicken | | COUNTABLE | | UNCOUNTABLE COUNTABLE AND UNCOUNTABLE @& Ose cs | 54 tty-four AAAS SS NAA\\\\\\\\ Environment A. Read the sentences below and write the missing words. Find the words in the wordsearch, ic v Il Pp H s y D FE Zexmomercao bunux>. Zxc vo noo - 4u>rearcrooamna Soz2-=29>er >more e@z209c- - Spee lzoun00vxz rCzSm>cCronmaro woe -o 1, This means separating used objects and materials so that they can be used again. E 2. Aplace where we grow plants and fruit without using chemicals. G G 3. It's. nutrition guide divided into sections to show the recommended intake for each food group. D D 4, Toxic gases expelled by cars cause. \ \ 5. The rise in temperature caused by gases in the atmosphere A A 6. Throwing rubbish on the ground is. | N N | . The natural world where people, animals and plants live, T fityive BB NOMES + So aqueles que se podem contar CONTAVEIS + Tém forma do singular e do plural + Usa-se 0 artigo a/ an no singular + Usa-se HOW MANY...? e.g. banana ~ bananas tomato - tomatoes egg - eggs NOMES | = So aqueles que nao se podem contar | e.g. tea, coffee, soup, bread, NAO-CONTAVEIS @ s6 8m forma do singular oil, meat, ete. + Nao se usa o artigo a/ an Usa-se HOW MUCH...? ‘= nomes nao-contaveis podem tornar-se contaveis com certas expressbes. of sugar - two packets of suga wo kilos of rice No! jeg. 2p of rice A. Fillin the table with the words from the box, 0» children « flower * love * mountains Gs s+ milk « rice * song ‘bananas «cat + water * 699 ONE UNCOUNTABLI SINGULAR | PLURAL s bananas love | B. Putin ay/an or nothing (2), a. Ineed new bike, 4, He is wearing orange jacket. 2, lusually drink milk. 5. My house has got really big garden. 3. Michaelis old friend. 6. This table is made of glass. C. Complete these questions with MUCH or hen match the question with the right answer. 1. How oranges are there? O a. They bought four. 2, How presents did they buy? © ». There are a dozen oranges. 3. How sugar do you need for the cake?) «, I drink just one. 4, How cups of coffee do you drink a day? (_) a. We've got two cartons of milk. 5. How milk have we got? O e. I need two kilos. pVANOUUULERTULERTU LE RERLR DERE TE NERD ERO REE LE RER LE LERH QD COUNTABLE AND UNCOUNTABLE NOUNS D. ‘Complete the following expressions to make the uncountable nouns below countable. 1. Abar of Acan of Abag of Aslice of A bottle of Abox of Acarton of ex ee es eT Acup of SOME / ANY Some [algum, alguma, alguns, algumas] Any [algum, alguma, alguns, algumas / nenhum, nenhuma, nenhuns, nenhumas} e.g. some cheese (algum queijol, some apples [algumas ma¢as] Some ¢ usado em frases afirmativas -> e.g. There's some water in the fridge ‘Any & usado em frases negativas e interrogativas -> e.g. ! haven't got 20) eggs. Have you got any sugar? A. Circleithe correct answer. 1, There aren't some / any eggs in the fridge. 2, Have you got some / any brothers or sisters? 3, We need some / any more milk. B. Fillin the blanks with 1. There isn’t butter in the fridge. 2 | bought onions and beans at the supermarket. 3, We don't have eggs to make an omelette. Write questions with some, . fask for hot chocolate) Can | have , please? ,._ (offer sugar] Would you like \ 3 [ask for milk) 2 Fee PU els ANNAVUNUUUULLLURAAULULLETT ERATE SUPERLATIVE ADJECTIVES The red box is bigger than the blue box. a The yellow box is the biggest [ofall the boxes). \2e> SHORT ADJECTIVES (Adjetivos pequenos) young the youn | Regra geral para todos os adjetivos pequenos: old fa Older > the ‘adjective’ + est tall the tallest short the shortest small | the smalles: ATENCAQ big the biggest Quando os adjetivos terminam em consoante + sad the saddes: vogal + consoante (da direita para a esquerda) wet the wettest > dobra-se a tiltima consoante e acrescenta-se fat the fattest est thin the thinnest happy [ihe happiest | Quando os adjetivos terminam em consoante +y funny | the funni ~> oy transforma-se em fe acrescenta-se -est pretty the prettiest easy the easiest good |the best Estes s0 adjetivos irregulares, por isso mudam bad | LONG ADJECTIVES (Adjetivos grandes) rst de forma interesting [ihe most interesting | Regra geral para todos os adjetivos grandes important ihe most important | . the most + adjective’ expensive | the most expensive beautiful e most beautiful A. Choose the best option. 1. Health is thing in life a)important —_b) best important) more important) the most important 2. Which girl is 2 Sophie or Jessica? a) young 2) the youngest ©) younger 4) more young 3. February is month of all. a) short ‘b) the shortest ‘¢) shorter d) more short 4. Shakespeare was English playwright of all times fa) good b) better ©) goodest a) the best 5. Forme “The Simpsons” is TV series ever. a)the funniest) more funny ©) funny 4) funnier gUNUWENREVENUEWERDERUE DUNE RONDE RO RRERURRERERVERUREN B. Complete the following sentences with the adjective in the superlative form. e.g, Today is so hot. This is the hottest day ever! 1, The church is very old. It's building in town, 2. This river is very long. But what is river in the world? 3. This film was very bad. | think it’s film I've ever seen, 4, Money is important, but it isn’t thing in life. C. Write true sentences using the Superlative. eg. Sydney / large / city / in Australia > Sydney is the largest city in Australia. 4. Everest / high / mountain / in the world 2. Brazil /large/ country /in South America 3. The Nile / long / river / in Africa 4. Jupiter / big / planet / in the solar system @ or Comparative? Choose the best option. 4. Mount Ararat is mount in Turkey. a) higher by high ©) the highest 4) most high 2. Oprahis than Angelina Jolie. a) the richest by richer rich @)asrichas 3. My father is than my mother. a) the oldest ‘b) olderest. e) old a) older 4. Adolphin is than a whale. a) more intelligent B) intelligent ¢) most intelligent) very intelligent 5. Thisis question of the test. a) easier b) easy ©) the easiest @) most easy Pee PU seco LNANUUULUNLUUULERU ULL D LER ERUE RATER DERURY cy FUTURE - WILL FUTURE ~ affirmative -> vill + infinitive (without to) negative -> will not / won't + infinitive [without to} »| Usa-se este tempo verbal para: + falar sobre o futuro (com certeza] - Tomorrow I wl! be in Rome. | + fazer previsées - | think it vl! /0\n tomorrow + pedidos - Will you hel» me with my homework? + intencdes (tomada de decisdo espontdneal - I'm tired. J think I'l! go to bed. A. Complete these sentences in the affirmative. 11 (be) 13 next month, 2. Sarah Ufinish} her project on Friday. a1 [wait] for you at the airport. 4. Don't worry. | (help! you with this exercise. 5. I'mso hungry. | [make] a pizza B. Complete these sentences in the 1. Don’t drink coffee before you go to bed. You (sleep). 2.1 (forgive) you if you lie to me again. 3. He [play] football tomorrow. 4, I'm sorry | was late this morning. It (happen) again. 5.1 (forget) our next holiday. | promise you, C. Complete these sentences in the interrogative: willesubject infinitive, 1 you me do my homework? (help) 2, What you to him if he calls you? (say) 3. What you if the plane is late? (do) 4. you at home tomorrow? {be} 5. she the gold medal? win) A VWUUNUULLUVEAUEVEUE REDE DE DERE MERE REDE REREREE URED RDUR S) O IF-CLAUSES - TYPE 1 As if-clauses type 1) usam-se para situa¢des reais ou possiveis no presente ou no futuro. Para se construir frases condicionais com IF ha duas hipdteses: Iniciar a frase com if e usar uma virgula |.) a Colocar if no meio das oracées, deixando de separar as oracoes. ser necessério usar a virgula, pois a conjungao if separa as duas oraces. |i + Present Simple, + Future wl) Future [wl] + if+ Present Simple | Il arrive late for school if] get up late. II get up lat IFit’s sunny tomorro) Ill go to the beach if t's sunny tomorrow. A. Match the clauses to create 1. Ifyou do some exercise, a. if | get to work late. 2. If he goes to Paris, b. you will feel much better. 3. [will lose my job c. if she goes to China, 4, Ifthey catch the first train, (©) they will be in London by 9.00, 5. She will have tolearn Chinese (-) —_e._he will buy me a souvenir, B. Complete the sentences with the correct form of the verbs in brackets. 1. If have time, | [phone] you. 2. If Paul doesn’t feel better, he {not /come] to the party. 3. If we don't stop destroying the forests, some animal species (disappear). 4. Ifl'm sleepy, | (go to bed 5. If we eat too much sugar and fatty foods, we {not /be) healthy. C. Complete the sentences with the correct form of the verbs in brackets, 1. If Mario (not / hurry), he (bel late for the teshy 2. If Ann [fail] the test, she (havel to repeat 3. Ifyou stay awake all night, you [be] very tired tomorrow. al {not / go] to that shop if it 5. Itit (rain), we have) the party iNside. Fe Wesco ANUUNALULLLUDUAURURDEUUDLUERULUUUUURNEN D. Rewrite the following sentences to make them conditionals, Write the correct number next to each picture. 1, You must hurry. You are going to be late. Ifyou don’t hurry, 2. [need to save some money to go on holiday with my friends I don't 3. [really want to go to England and visit Big Ben. Kilgo 4, Don’t touch that wire. You may get an electric shock. lfyou 5. Susan: “I won't go to the beach. The weather is terrible.” “If the weather gets @ © oO @O eO E. What about you? What will you do...? eg. ... if you get bad marks at school? If | get bad marks at school, | will study more next time. 1... if you get sick? 2. ...if your parents give you extra money? ..if you see your best friend crying?