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FICHAS CEF DISCIPLINA: INGLÊS MÓDULO 1: O Mundo Pessoal e Quotidiano  Greetings  Personal pronouns  Numbers  Dates  Age and birthdays  Verb to be  Verb to have got  Possessive adjectives  A /An  Colours  Family


GOOD MORNING!

GOOD EVENING!

GOOD AFTERNOON!

Bye!

See you later!

GOODBYE!

I’m fine, and you?

How are you?

HIGH FIVE!

GOOD NIGHT! How are you?

I’m not very well!


PERSONAL PRONOUNS / PRONOMES PESSOAIS English Portuguese I

eu

You

tu, você

He / She Ele /ela It

ele, ela

We

nós

You

vós, vocês

They

eles, elas

Observations / Observações 

A palavra “I” deve ser escrita em maiúsculas em qualquer parte do texto.

O pronome “it” é empregado quando se refere a objectos, coisas e animais. PRACTICE

What is the pronoun? 1 – Kate Hudson - ______ 2 – Orlando Bloom - ______ 3 – Kate and I - ______ 4 – The book - ______

5 – Mr Johnson - ______ 6 – Mrs Parker - ______ 7 – The computer - ______ → 8 – Miss Jones - ______ 9 – Mr and Mrs Brown - ______ 10 – The flowers - ______ → 11 – Your name - ______ 12 – The posters - ______ 13 – The film - ______ 14 – The cat - ______ → 15 – George - ______


NUMBERS 1

One

2

Two

3

Three

4

Four

5

Five

6

Six

7

Seven

8

Eight

9

Nine

10

Ten

WHAT’S YOUR TELEPHONE NUMBER?

What’s your telephone number?

My telephone number is 2044742 (two – oh – double four – seven – four – two).

A – Practise the dialogue with your partner. B – Write the telephone numbers. Follow the example: 229734400: double two – nine – seven – three – double four – double oh

a) 216589904 ____________________________________________________________________________ b) 918563314 ____________________________________________________________________________ c) 917005584 ____________________________________________________________________________ d) 227561143 ____________________________________________________________________________ e) 934730448 ____________________________________________________________________________ f) 229714576 _____________________________________________________________________________


Cardinal numbers 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 40 50 60 70 80 90 100 101 200 1000

One Two Three Four Five Six Seven Eight Nine Ten Eleven Twelve Thirteen Fourteen Fifteen Sixteen Seventeen Eighteen Nineteen Twenty Twenty-one Twenty-two Twenty-three Twenty-four Twenty-five Twenty-six Twenty-seven Twenty-eight Twenty-nine Thirty Thirty-one, ‌ Forty Fifty Sixty Seventy Eighty Ninety One hundred One hundred and one Two hundred One thousand

Ordinal numbers 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 7th 8th 9th 10th 11th 12th 13th 14th 15th 16th 17th 18th 19th 20th 21st 22nd 23rd 24th 25th 26th 27th 28th 29th 30th 31st 40th 50th 60th 70th 80th 90th 100th 101st 200th 1000th

First Second Third Fourth Fifth Sixth Seventh Eighth Ninth Tenth Eleventh Twelfth Thirteenth Fourteenth Fifteenth Sixteenth Seventeenth Eighteenth Nineteenth Twentieth Twenty-first Twenty-second Twenty-third Twenty-fourth Twenty-fifth Twenty-sixth Twenty-seventh Twenty-eighth Twenty-ninth Thirtieth Thirty-first Fortieth Fiftieth Sixtieth Seventieth Eightieth Ninetieth One hundredth One hundred and first Two hundredth One thousandth


NUMBERS AND DATES A – Write the numbers in words.

14 ____________________________

40 _____________________________

12th ___________________________

2nd ____________________________

19 ____________________________

70 _____________________________

9th ____________________________

18 _____________________________

90 _____________________________

15 _____________________________

B – Put the numbers into the correct order starting with the smallest number. a) one hundred

____________________________

b) four thousand

____________________________

c) one million

____________________________

d) two hundred and forty-three

____________________________

e) thirteen

____________________________

f) two hundred

____________________________

g) ten thousand

____________________________

h) one thousand

____________________________

C – Write the full version of the following dates. Example: 10/08/92

10th August 1992 17.01.00

_______________________

01/01/97

_______________________

27/03/95

_______________________

5 Jun 78

_______________________

20 Apr 79

_______________________

10.07.02

_______________________

30 Oct ’01

_______________________

14.08.73

_______________________

09/05/97

_______________________

22 Nov 01

_______________________

13/09/02

_______________________

31/12/86

_______________________

2 Nov 83

_______________________

3 Feb 90

_______________________

02.01.80

_______________________


HOW OLD ARE YOU? I’m twenty-five (25) years old.

How old are you?

I am seventy-six (76) years old.

I’m four (4) years old.

I’m = I am Now practise with your partner.

VERB TO BE (ser, estar) Examples: I am Portuguese. My name is John. How old are you? PRESENT SIMPLE AFFIRMATIVE

NEGATIVE

INTERROGATIVE

I am (I’m)

I am not (I’m not)

Am I?

You are (You’re)

You are not (You aren’t)

Are you?

He is (He’s)

He is not (He isn’t)

Is he?

She is (She’s)

She is not (She isn’t)

Is she?

It is (It’s)

It is not (It isn’t)

Is it?

We are (We’re)

We are not (We aren’t)

Are we?

You are (You’re)

You are not (You aren’t)

Are you?

They are (They’re)

They are not (They aren’t)

Are they?


VERB TO BE – SHORT ANSWERS Are you Sarah?

Is he/she/it Portuguese?

Are we/you/they English?

AFFIRMATIVE

Yes, I am.

Yes, he/she/it is.

Yes, we/you/they are.

NEGATIVE

No, I’m not.

No, he/she/it isn’t.

No, we/you/they aren’t.

A. Complete with a pronoun. 1. __________ am Catherine. 2. __________ is Charles. 3. __________ is Mary. 4. __________ is a modern computer.

B. Write the short form. 1. She is Julie Stevens.

__________________________________________

2. We are English.

__________________________________________

3. I am not American. I am Portuguese.

__________________________________________

4. You are not forty years old. You are fifty years old.

__________________________________________

C. Fill in the blanks with am, is or are. 1. My name __________ Susan Hudson. 2. Katie __________ in Lisbon. 3. Kevin and James __________ friends. 4. Jim and I __________ football players. 5. Canada __________ a big country. 6. I __________ 15 years old.

D. Write full sentences. Use the negative. Follow the example. 1. Mike and Jane / Australian

Mike and Jane aren’t Australian.

2. I / interested in football

__________________________________________

3. Madrid / in Italy

__________________________________________

4. The apartment / big

__________________________________________

5. You / in New York

__________________________________________


E. Write questions with these words. Follow the example. 1. Brian / fourteen years old?

Is Brian fourteen years old?

2. it / cold?

_____________________________________________

3. Sean and Sue / in Liverpool?

_____________________________________________

4. he / actor?

_____________________________________________

5. you and I / good friends?

_____________________________________________

6. she / twenty years old?

_____________________________________________

F. Write short answers. 1. Are you a student?

Yes, _______________________. /

No, _________________________.

2. Are they seventeen?

Yes, _______________________. /

No, _________________________.

3. Is he a doctor?

Yes, _______________________. /

No, _________________________.

4. Are Bill and Jane English?

Yes, _______________________. /

No, _________________________.

5. Is it hot today?

Yes, _______________________. /

No, _________________________.

G. Complete with the negative form of the verb TO BE.

1. He ___________ my friend. 2. They _____________ married. 3. We _____________ in England. 4. I ______________ a hairdresser. 5. My name _______________ Alexander. 6. This book ____________ mine. 7. Jane and Peter _____________ from Italy. 8. It ___________ Monday tomorrow.

H. Ask and answer.

Example: Am I in your way?

No, you aren’t.

1. ____________ you twenty years old?

Yes, I _____________.

2. ____________ Maria your best friend?

Yes, she ______________.

3. ____________ Tom and Tim good football players?

Yes, they _____________.

4. ____________ this your bike?

No, it ________________.

5. ____________ he very old?

Yes, he _______________.

6. ____________ you hot?

No, I _________________.

7. ____________ they married?

No, they ______________.


AGE AND BIRTHDAYS Work with a partner. Ask and answer according to the model.

Mr Benson 78 / 3 December

A: How old is Mr Benson? B: He is seventy-eight years old. A: When is his birthday? B: It’s on the third of December. Maggie

Jonathan

16 / 13 July

11 / 2 March

Lucy and Betty

Mrs Roberts

12/21April

72/ 1 October

You?


VERB TO BE 1. Complete with am / is / are. a) What ________ your name?

c) ________ you at school?

- My name ________ Carlos.

- Yes, I ________ a student.

d) How old ________ she? b) Where ________ you from?

- She ________ fifteen.

- I ________ from Brazil. e) ________ English difficult? - No, it ________ easy. 2. Complete with is / are/ isn’t / aren’t. a) This ________ my family. b) They ________ my parents. c) Lucy ________ (NEG.) my sister, she ________ my cousin. d) We ________ in our garden, we ________ (NEG.) at the beach. e) Susan ________ at home. f) We ________ at the park. g) The dog ________ in this photo.

3. Rewrite the sentences in the negative form. a) It’s hot today. It isn’t hot today. b) I’m at home. _______________________________ c) You’re a teacher. __________________________________ d) It’s 3.30. ___________________________________ e) We’re at the cinema. ________________________________ f) This is difficult. ____________________________ g) Kathy is happy. ______________________________

4. Rewrite the sentences in the interrogative form. a) I’m late.

Am I late?

b) You’re ill. ____________________________ c) They’re ready. _____________________________ d) We’re right. ___________________________ e) He’s fifteen. _____________________________ f) It’s cold. _______________________ g) She’s American. _____________________ h) He’s at the park. _____________________ i) The school is in this street. ____________________________


A / AN a a guitar

an (+ vowel sound) an apple an ice-cream

a camera

1. Right (ď ?) or wrong (ď ?)? a) an office _____

h) a taxi _____

b) an student _____

i)

an DVD _____

c) a airport _____

j)

a radio _____

d) a station _____

k) an teacher _____

e) an girl _____

l)

f)

m) a dictionary _____

an engineer _____

g) an aeroplane _____

a mirror _____

n) an boy _____

2. Write a or an. a) _____ cup e) _____ newspaper b) _____ egg f)

_____ orange

c) _____ telephone g) _____ pen d) _____ envelope

3. Write a or an and the word. a) _______________

b) _______________

c) _______________

d) _______________

e) _______________


POSSESSIVE ADJECTIVES PERSONAL PRONOUNS

POSSESSIVE ADJECTIVES

I (eu - sempre com maiúscula)

my (meu)

You (tu)

your (teu)

He (ele)

his (dele)

She (ela)

her (dela)

It (ele/ela – objectos ou animais)

its (dele/ dela – objectos ou animais)

We (nós)

our (nosso)

You (vós)

your (vosso)

They (eles/elas)

their (deles/ delas)

A. Complete with a suitable possessive adjective. 1. She has got a cat. It’s ________ cat. 2. We’ve got a house. It’s _______ house. 3.

He has got a watch. It’s ________ watch.

4. They’ve got a pencil. It’s ________ pencil. 5. I have got a wallet. It’s ________ wallet. 6. You’ve got a hat. It’s ________ hat. 7. Mary and ________ brothers are good students. 8. Sarah, how old is ________ father? 9. Daniel and _______ sister are at school. 10. We have got ________ books in the classroom. 11. My school is modern. ________ rooms are well equipped. 12. My friend Alice is very happy. Today is ________ birthday. 13. Carol and ________ family live in England. 14. I’ve got a cat. ________ name is Furball. 15. We are from Australia but ________ parents are from New Zealand. 16. They live in the city. ________ apartment is very big. 17. John and ________ parents are in Lisbon.


COLOURS Red (vermelho)

Green (verde)

Blue (azul)

Purple (roxo)

Black (preto)

Brown (castanho)

Yellow (amarelo)

Grey (cinzento)

Orange (laranja)

Pink (rosa)

Ask your partner.

1. What colour are your eyes?

2. What colour is your house?

3. What is your favourite colour?


Verb TO HAVE / HAVE GOT (verbo TER)

SINGULAR

PLURAL

I have (got) (eu tenho) You have (got) (tu tens)

We have (got) (nós temos)

He has (got) (ele tem)

You have (got) (vós tendes)

She has (got) (ela tem)

They have (got) (eles/elas têm)

It has (got) (ele/ela tem)

I have got = I’ve got He has got = He’s got

A. Write the short form. 1. I have got

___________________________________

2. you have got

___________________________________

3. he has got

___________________________________

4. she has got

___________________________________

5. it has got

___________________________________

6. we have got

___________________________________

7. you have got

___________________________________

8. they have got

___________________________________

B. Complete with have got or has got.

1.

1. Jim ________________ a cat.

2.

2. Tina ________________ a handsome husband.

3.

3. The Tylers ________________ three kids.

4.

4. We ________________ a canary that says “Hello”.

5.

5. They ________________ a lot of free time during the summer.

6.

6. My brother and I ________________ a new digital camera.

7.

7. My school ________________ a lot of computers.

8.

8. She ________________ a laptop.


Verb TO HAVE GOT (verbo TER) PRESENT SIMPLE NEGATIVE I

have not

You

haven’t

INTERROGATIVE Have

I You

He

He

She

has not

It

hasn’t

Has got

brown eyes.

We

She It

Have

got

We

You

have not

You

They

haven’t

They

A. Complete with haven’t got / hasn’t got. 1. Rose ____________ blue eyes. 2. He ____________ a new bike. 3. We ____________ a computer yet. 4. Rose and Susan ____________ a brother. 5. The table ____________ a nice colour. 6. The Tylers ____________ two kids. B. Complete the questions with the verb ‘to have got’. 1. ________ Tom ______ brown hair? 2. ________ you ______ a new friend? 3. ________ they ______ a cat? 4. ________ your teacher ______ a dog? 5. ________ the Simpsons _______ three children? 6. How much money ________ you ______?

C. Write five sentences using the verb ‘to have got’.. 1.__________________________________________________________________________ 2. __________________________________________________________________________ 3. __________________________________________________________________________ 4. __________________________________________________________________________ 5. __________________________________________________________________________

brown eyes?


FAMILY MEMBERS Grandparents – avós Grandfather – avô Grandmother – avó Great-grandfather – bisavô Great-grandmother – bisavó Parents – pais (pai e mãe) Father – pai Mother – mãe Children – filhos (crianças) Son – filho Daughter – filha Grandchildren– netos Grandson – neto Granddaughter – neta Wife – esposa Husband – marido Brother – irmão Sister – irmã Uncle – tio Aunt – tia Cousin – primo ou prima Nephew – sobrinho Niece – sobrinha Father-in-law – sogro Mother-in-law – sogra Brother-in-law – cunhado Sister-in-law - cunhada Godfather – padrinho Godmother – madrinha Stepfather – padrasto Stepmother – madrasta Stepson – enteado Stepdaughter – enteada Half-brother – meio-irmão Half-sister – meia-irmã.


A - Complete the sentences.

1. Mary is Brian’s ___________________. 2. Melanie is Thomas’s ___________________. 3. Betsey is Whitney’s ___________________. 4. Patrick is Matthew’s ___________________. 5. Mary is Justin’s ___________________. 6. Robert is Betsey’s ___________________. 7. Brian is Melanie’s ___________________. 8. Justin is Brian’s ___________________. 9. Kathleen is Patrick’s ___________________. 10. Thomas is Kathryn’s __________________.

B - Write 10 similar sentences. 1. __________________________________________________________________________ 2. __________________________________________________________________________ 3. __________________________________________________________________________ 4. __________________________________________________________________________ 5. __________________________________________________________________________ 6. __________________________________________________________________________ 7. __________________________________________________________________________ 8. _________________________________________________________________________ 9. __________________________________________________________________________ 10. _________________________________________________________________________

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