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Exercícios to be – negative and question forms

Professor, Segue uma revisão básica sobre as formas do verbo to be, e logo abaixo,  exercícios sugeridos. As respostas dos exercícios não estão aqui, mas caso haja dúvidas, é só me contactar através do [email protected] To Be ( Negative and Question Forms)  Review:   We form the negative of to be by placing not after the verb.            I am a student          I am not a student.   We form questions with to be by placing the verb before the subject.            She is absent from class today.          Is she absent from class today ?                          Why is she absent from class today ?    Exercises   a.           Change the folllowing sentences from affirmative to negative.   The are in Europe now.   John is angry with you.   He and she are cousins.   He is very studious.   Both sisters are tall.   She is a clever girl.   They are members of the country club.   He is a good tennis player.   Mr. Smith is a pilot with American Airlines.    The sky is very cloudy today.    The office of the principal is on the first floor.    It is cold today.    She is a tall, blonde girl.    It is a good movie.    The stamps are in my desk.    He is in his office. b.      Change all the sentences above to...

Modal verbs (Resumo)

Modal Verbs Resumo   Will or Shall= They have the same meaning. Used for future. Structure: Will or Shall + infinitive (I will be/ She will go/ He will come) Eg: I think we shall win or I think we´ll (we + will) win. When we offer something we use will Eg: My bag is heavy. I will carry it for you. Often used with words that mean a future not certain Eg: Maybe, perhaps, I think Shall I?/ Shall we?= Means: Do you think it is a good idea? Eg: It is hot here. Shall I open the window?   Can = Structure: Can + infinitive ( can do/ can play)   Could = Past of can Eg: When I was young I could play in the rain. Or at a formal way (Poderia) Eg: Could I carry your bags?   May and Might = They have the same meaning. Used for something that is possible to happen, a possibility. Structure: May or might + infinitive ( may go/ might go/ may play etc) Eg: I may go to Paris.(Perhaps I will go to Paris) See the difference: I´m going to play tennis tomorrow(sure).   BUT    I might/may play tennis tomorrow. (possible) May I…? = Is it ok if I do something? Eg: May I smoke ? ( Is it okay to smoke?)   Should = Advice/ought to. You can use either should or ought to. You think it is the right thing to do. Eg: Tom should /ought togo to bed earlier. He usually go to bed very late and he´s always tired. We normally use think with should.( I think you should…I don´t think you should…I think you shouldn´t.)   Must – It is stronger than should Structure: Must + infinitive ( must do/ must like etc) Must = Have to/obligation. We can use either must or have to, see the example: Eg: this floor is very dirty, you must clean it/you have to clean it. BUT… Must can also be used for future, (something you have to do) Eg: I must go to the bank now. I must hurry because I can´t be late for the meeting.   Would = _ria. Structure:...

Getting to know you (Conhecendo você)

Getting to now you Conhecendo você   Este texto tem função de conhecer melhor seus amigos e também de se apresentar. Baixe...

My trip to USA – Interpretação de texto e Conversação

My trip to USA Caro professor, como você pode observar, em nossa seção para professores, temos diversas atividades divididas por categorias, mesmo assim, as tarefas muitas vezes, servem simultaneamente para o desenvolvimento de diferentes areas , como por exemplo, essa que aqui dispobibilizamos você pode usar para conversação, leitura, interpretação de textos, enfim, um leque de atividades. Não perca tempo! Faça aqui o download e use da forma que achar...

Conditional Clauses

Conditional Clauses Um resumo sobre conditional clauses que pode ser fotocopiado para os alunos, ou apenas para o uso do professor, para incrementar a aula e a forma de abordar o tema. Baixe aqui – Conditional...

Exercícios simple present e simple past

Professor, os exercícios abaixo contém as resposta e comentários do professor Fabio Costa e Silva, você pode usar esses exercícios como fonte de inspiração para fazer outros para fixar o uso do presente simples e passado simples. Exercícios Simple Present e Simple Past Exercício 1: Coloque DO DOES DID AM IS ARE WAS WERE HAVE HAS Obs 1 – Há também frases negativas Obs 2 – Pode ser que uma ou outra frase nao precise de nada Obs 3 – É importante entender o vocabulário do exercício. Eis as respostas corretas: 1 – They (were ou weren´t) at the beach yesterday. 2 – I (am not) a stupid guy. (am também está gramaticalmente certo) 3 – (Do) you need glasses ? 4 – I (don´t) need help. I can do it alone. 5 – (Were) you tall when you (were) a child ? 6 – She has _________ to get up early every day. (Não colocar nada mesmo no espaço) 7 – I (was ou wasn´t) expecting to see you when I (was) in hospital that awful day. 8 – If you (don´t) come to my party you will not receive any souvenirs. (Também aceitei "nada" no espaço pois, apesar do significado estranho, fica correto gramaticalmente). 9 – She _________ had to go a few minutes ago. (Não colocar nada mesmo no espaço) 10 – That cute teddy bear (doesn´t) have brown fur like almost all the others. Quase todo mundo errou esta 10. Não se pode deixar o espaço em branco pois o sujeito é singular (it) e não concorda com have. 11 – She (was, wasn´t, is, isn´t) kidding when she said she (was, wasn´t, is, isn´t) angry with you. Mas o ideal nesta 11 é colocar wasn´t na primeira e was na segunda. 12 – (Have) you bought any magazines lately ? 13 – (Don´t) turn off the lights. It’s dark in here. 14 – These (are) good guys. You can trust them. 15 – It (is) a non-stop flight. It (doesn´t) stop anywhere. Também aceitei was + didn´t Obs – non-stop = adjetivo ; stop = verbo 16 – I _________ like him because he _________ dishonest. Opções certas para a...