1st level Students

LET'S SING (VAMOS CANTAR)

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LET'S SAY THE ALPHABET. CLICK THE LINK BELOW

Vamos aprender o alfabeto. Clique o link abaixo.

THE ALPHABET

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Advanced learning 1

LISTENING ACTIVITY

Greetings in Passing

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It is polite to greet a person you know. However, you don't always have time to stop and have a conversation. Just remember to smile as you say hello. A small wave is also polite. Sometimes you pass the same person a second time on the same day. You can say "hello again" or just smile.Tips
  • Slow down to greet someone you know. You don't have to stop what you are doing (walking, working, shopping). Say an appropriate form of hello. Smile and wave.
Useful phrases
  • Hello
  • Hi
  • Good morning
  • Good afternoon
  • Good evening*
  • Hey, John.
  • How's it goin'?**
*Good night is a farewell (goodbye) phrase. It is NOT a greeting to use at night time.
**Native speakers often shorten "going" to "goin" in casual greetings.

Slang greetings in passing

Using slang in a greeting is typical between close friends. Teens often use slang when they greet each other. Certain English speaking countries also have their own popular form of "hello".
Listen and read 


  • Howdy
  • Hiya
  • Whazzup?
  • Yo
  • G'day (Australia) 


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BAB-LA DICTIONARY 
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 EVERYDAY GREETINGS/ HELLO






TITLES

 NUMBERS: CLICK, LISTEN AND SAY
Cardinal numbers Ordinal numbers
0 oh, zero, nil, love, nought * ---
1 one 1st first
2 two 2nd second
3 three 3rd third
4 four 4th fourth
5 five 5th fifth
6 six 6th sixth
7 seven 7th seventh
8 eight 8th eighth
9 nine 9th ninth
10 ten 10th tenth
11 eleven 11th eleventh
12 twelve 12th twelfth
13 thirteen 13th thirteenth
14 fourteen 14th fourteenth
15 fifteen 15th fifteenth
16 sixteen 16th sixteenth
17 seventeen 17th seventeenth
18 eighteen 18th eighteenth
19 nineteen 19th nineteenth
20 twenty 20th twentieth
21 twenty-one 21st twenty-first
30 thirty 30th thirtieth
40 forty
50 fifty
60 sixty
70 seventy
80 eighty
90 ninety
100 a/one hundred
1,000 a/one thousand
10,000 ten thousand
100,000 a/one hundred thousand
1,000,000 a/one million
1,000,000,000 a/one billion

  

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DEMONSTRATIVES

Position

* Before the noun (Vem antes de substantivo)


* Before the word 'one' (antes da palavra "one")


* Before an adjective + noun 

(antes de um adjetivo + substantivo)

* Alone when the noun is 'understood' 

(sozinho quando o substantivo é identificado)
 

Demonstrative adjectives and pronouns point out which object the speaker means. They agree in number with the object(s) being identified, and vary depending on distance from the speaker.
  • This, These(adj): Point out objects close to the speaker.
     This square is green. These squares are blue.
     
  • That, Those(adj): Point out objects far from the speaker.
    That square is red. Those squares are yellow.
     
  • This, That, These, Those(pron): Demonstrative pronouns that replace the objects.
    These squares are darker than those.



WHAT IS THIS?                       WHAT IS THAT
IT'S A GREEN SQUARE.          IT'S A RED SQUARE

WHAT ARE THESE?                      WHAT ARE THOSE? THEY'RE  BLUE SQUARES.     THEY'RE YELLOW SQUARES



WHAT IS A DEMONSTRATIVE PRONOUN?

IMPORTANT

MORE LEARNING 

WHAT DO YOU SEE?

PLURAL- ENDINGS

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TEXT-TO-SPEECH WRITE LISTEN AND SAY

IVONA TEXT-TO-SPEECH

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WHERE? 


WHERE IS? WHERE ARE?

PREPOSITIONS IN, ON, IN, FRONT OF, NEXT TO, BEHIND

YES/NO QUESTIONS 



LANGUAGES AND NATIONALITIES 

Where are you from?

LISTENING: NUMBERS AND AGES
Numbers and Ages 2  - Go to INTRO - UNIT 3

DESCRIPTIONS

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UNIT 4





A QUIZ WITH CLOTHES 


Men's clothes 

Women's clothes

WARM WEATHER CLOTHES





 

POSSESSIVES 1

POSSESSIVES 2

PRESENT CONTINUOUS 

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UNIT 5






As horas

Pergunta-se as horas da seguinte maneira:

  • Que horas são?
  • What time is it?
Responde-se assim:

  • São 9h25.
  • It’s nine twenty-five.

Você pode dizer todas as horas, da forma mais simples, falando apenas os números das horas e depois os números dos minutos.

  • 10h50.
  • Ten fifty.
  • 7h15.
  • Seven fifteen.
Para se referir a horas inteiras, você pode usar também a expressão o’clock
(Abreviação de, ao pé da letra “do relógio”)

  • São 11 h (em ponto).
  • It’s eleven. ou It’s eleven o’clock.
Às 12 h e às 24 h pode-se utilizar

  • É meio-dia.
  • It’s midday ou It’s noon.
  • É meia-noite.
  • It’s midnight.
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UNIT 6






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UNIT 7

Simple Present short answers

Furniture

There to be

Practice: furniture - there is/ there are

VISUAL DICTIONARY ONLINE

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 UNIT 8

WHAT DO YOU DO? 

Talking about jobs 

List of jobs 

Phrases about jobs and work 

Visual online dictionary


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