►Pesquise vocabulário [aqui no blog]
01- Review: present tense to be affirmative, negative and question form.
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1,2= no livro págs: 14[afirmativa], 33 [auxiliar to be afirmatva, negativa, interrogativa present progressive ou continuous]
02- Review: wh-question ou question words: what (name), where (place), who, how (age),.
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2,2= no livro págs: 52, 53, 55, 109
03- Vocabulary review: greetings, family members, school supplies (school objects), days of the week, months of the year, season, colors, fruits, meal, places, parts of the house, human body.
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3,2= no livro págs: 15[corpo humano], 19 e 25[esportes], 35[dias da semana e alimentos], 54[meses do ano], 61[vestuário], 73[meios de transportes], números,
04- Use of can (as ability and requests)/ action verbs/ Languages.
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4,2= págs: 13, 14,
05- Simple Present review: singular 1st, 2nd, plural: 1st. 2nd, 3rd.
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5,3= 68, 75, 82, 83, 84, 85, 86, 95, 96, 97
06- Object pronouns: singular me, you.
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07- Vocabulary: animals’ names
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08- Simple Present: negative and question form: do does, do not, does not.
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09- adjectives (positive and negative ideas)
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9,2= lesson 9
10- Preposition ‘at’ (time), verbs in the 3rd person singular
10,2= págs: 74
11- Use of: Why- Because
12- Daily activities/Hours
13- Ways of transportation.
14- Adverbs of frequency
14,2= págs: 97
15- English expressions, question word ‘how’, ‘often’.
16- Verb have (possession),
17- Use of a, an, some, any.
18- How much, how many: countable and uncountable nouns, foods and drinks.
19- Present progressive or present Continuous tense structure singular form.
20- Vocabulary: clothes, hair colors.
21- Preposition: places, movements. Vocabulary: places in town.
22- Present progressive or present continuous tense structure plural form.
23- Present progressive or present continuous tense singular and plural.
24- Compare present progressive or present continuous tense against simple present.
25- Use of ‘can’ ass possibility and ‘want’ + to infinitive
26- Review present Simple: adverbs of frequency, prepositions: in, on, at + preposition of place, question words.
27- Use of ‘can’ and, ‘can not’, ‘can’t’ for abilities.
28- Adverbs of frequency: always, frequently, rarely, never, extraordinarily, uncommon, very, often, usually, extremely.
28,2= págs: 97
29- Question word: How often…?
30-Imperative form: affirmative and negative + always and never, sequencers: next and finally.
31- Imperative: instructions
32- Question word: Where…? What…? Who…? How…? When..?
32,2= págs: 96
33- Prepositions of place: in –at/present.
34- Vocabulary: parts of a house, furniture,
35- Present progressive or present continuous tense: affirmative and negative short answers.
36- Prepositions of time: in-on and at
37- Expression how about…? What about…? + nouns (ing) How much…? + Singular and plural.
38- Countable and uncountable nouns/ some and any/quantifiers: a lot of, quite a lot of, not much and not any/ many. Much/ I’d like and Can I have…?/ SOME with offers:
39- Questions with would you like…? How about, eat, please, sizes (small-medium-large), a slice of, a piece of.
40- Prepositions of movement: along-from…to-through.
41- Ways of transportation.
42- Plural of noun regular and irregular.
43- Object pronouns: her-him-it and them
44- Irregular plurals of noun
45-Question word: whose
46- Possessive pronouns: singular and plural forms
47- Use of should (affirmative) and shouldn’t (negative) and should question form.
48- Use of make and let + object pronoun: me and us.
49- Vocabulary bedroom, furniture.
50- Past tense to be structure.
51- Past tense to be affirmative form singular and plural, adverb yesterday.
52- Past tense verb to be negative form: singular and plural.
53- Past tense verb to be question form: singular and plural, adverb yesterday.
54- Past tense verb to be short answer.
54- Verb there to be past form singular and plural.
55- Question words + verb to be past simple
56- Adjectives to describe people, natural disasters, weather.
57- Adjectives to describe experiences.
58- Verbs to go-play and do + activities
59- Simple past or past simple regular verbs structure.
60- Simple past or past simple regular affirmative form
61- Simple past or past simple regular negative form.
62- Simple past or past simple regular verb question form.