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AMOS PRESCHER PASQUALIN

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Contents Welcome Unit

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What’s Your Name?

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Who’s That Girl?

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What Color Is It?

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How Are They?

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What Time Is It?

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Where Are The Boys?

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Where Are They from?

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Can You Play Tennis?

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Extra Readings

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Grammar Reference

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Workbook

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Glossary

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Track List

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Can You Play Tennis?

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Joe and Sally are friends. Listen to their dialogue.

Joe: Hi, Sally! Where are you going? Sally: To the recreational club. I’m going to play tennis. Wanna go? Joe: I… hmm… Sally: What’s the matter? Can you play tennis? Joe: Not really. I can play basketball. Sally: Don’t worry. I can teach you. Joe: Can you? Sally: Sure. Let’s go. Joe: Let’s. Thanks, Sally.

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Practice the dialogues. 2

1 A: Can they play volleyball? B: Yes, they can. they / volleyball

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he / sing

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they / basketball

A: Can he sing? B: No, he can’t.

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he / drive a car

she / ride a bike

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Check the things you can do. Then interview a classmate. 1

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Pronunciation

TIP

O verbo can quase não é pronunciado em uma frase afirmativa, porém sobressai na frase negativa. I can play soccer but I can’t play football.

A: Can you dance? B: Yes, I can. / Sure. No, I can’t. / Not, really.

dance

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2

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ride a bike

play the guitar

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ride a horse

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play the drums

play volleyball

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2

3

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swim

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me classmate

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Write four things your classmate can and can’t do.

(name)

can…

(name)

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can: poder I You He She It We You They

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Affirmative: They can play soccer. Interrogative: Can they play soccer? Negative: They cannot play soccer.

can

can’t

Fill in the blanks. Use the verbs in the box. can’t

dance

drive

2 Can you

play

ride

Spanish.

funk?

3 We can

speak

4 He is from Spain. He can

1 I can’t play the guitar. bicycles and

5 He

play soccer.

6 Joe, can you

horses.

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Short answers: Yes, they can. No, they can’t.

my car?

Write sentences with the verb can. 1 I / play the guitar. I can play the guitar. 2 You / cook dinner / ? 3 My friend / ride his bicycle /. 4 I / (not) dance /. 5 Mr. Miller / drive a bus / ?

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Mention four things you can and can’t do at home. At home I can…

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At home I can't…

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Question words what?: o que…?

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What can you do?

I can swim.

where?: onde?

Where can he sleep?

On the sofa.

when?: quando?

When can we go?

In the afternoon.

who?: quem?

Who can help me?

I can.

why?: por que…?

Why can’t you dance?

Because I’m tired.

Look at the pictures and answer the questions.

swim

the teacher

pasta

sick

in the garden

in the morning

1 When can we go to the beach? We can go to the beach in the morning. 2 Where can the kids camp? 3 What can we cook? 4 Who can help us? 5 Why can’t she go to the movies? 6 What can you do?

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Answer the questions about one of your friends. 1 What is his / her name? His / Her name is… 2 How old is he / she? 3 What is his / her favorite color? 4 What is his / her favorite number? 5 Who is his / her favorite singer? 6 How many people are there in his / her family? 7 Can he / she swim? 8 Can he / she play a musical instrument?

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Listen to the conversation and check the correct answer. 1 How many people are there in the conversation? a

Two.

b

Three.

2 Who is bad at Math? a

Tom.

b

Jeff.

3 How can Tina and Jeff help Tom? a

They can do his homework.

b

They can study with him.

4 Why is Tom’s mother mad at him? a

Because his grades are bad at Math.

b

Because his grades are bad at Math and Science.

5 What time can Tina and Jeff study with Tom?

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a

At two o’clock.

b

At three o’clock.

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Read the flyer.

You can dance ! You can jive ! Jazz

Street dance

Tap dance

Modern dance

Morning, afternoon and evening classes • 12 years and up • Any style for $50 a month! • Bring this ad and get a 20% discount!

SPECIAL OFFER! PAY FOR 1, TAKE 2

PJR Dance School • 941 Main St. • Phone: (041) 7457-9000

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Check the correct answer. 1 What can you learn at this school?

Math.

How to dance.

2 What discount can you get?

50%.

20%.

3 When can you have classes?

Three periods of

Two periods of the

the day.

day.

Check T (true) or F (false).

T

F

1 You can have classical dance classes in that school. 2 You can’t have classes if you are 10 years old. 3 You can’t have dance classes at 2:00 p.m. 4 You can have jazz dance and street dance for $50 a month each.

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Match the dancing styles to the pictures. 1 street dance

b

2 jazz 3 modern dance 4 tap dance a

c

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Let’s Talk about It A dança é, comprovadamente, uma das atividades mais eficientes para eliminar o estresse do dia a dia, além de fazer muito bem para o corpo. Você concorda com essa afirmação? Justifique sua resposta.

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Create a flyer for the school board. A volunteer is going to teach how to play musical instruments: the guitar, the drums and the flute. For free, at school.

School of Music

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What’s the word? 1 You can play it with a ball.

S

R

2 You can ride it.

B

L

3 There are many in our classroom.

S

4 There are many in our house.

doors

S

5 People can drive it. 6 There are books there.

O

7 He / She can teach.

O A

8 He can drive buses.

R

R

9 He isn’t thin. 10 She isn’t tall.

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Key Language

cook dance do drive drums

flute go guitar have help

how learn piano play read

ride skate soccer speak swim

teach tennis volleyball what when

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Way to Go 1

Complete the questions below. Use the words from the box. Match them to the correct answers. What

When

Where

Who

1

is that man over there?

2

is Lucca so sad today?

3

can you do at the talent show?

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is Mamma’s Bakery?

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is Dina’s birthday?

Why

a His dog is very sick. That’s the reason. b It’s right between the bank and the drugstore. c Hmm… Isn’t it Jake Roberts? d Well, I am very good at street dance and I can sing, too. e Next Saturday.

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These are Jamie’s best friends. Write questions and answers about what they can do.

Bobby

 

Alimah

Jason

1 Alimah / play soccer Can Alimah play soccer? Yes, she can. 2 Bobby / speak Italian

3 Bobby, Alimah and Jason / dance jazz

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Look at the chart in exercise 2 again and answer the questions. 1 Who can cook very well? 2 Who can’t ride a horse? 3 What are the things the three friends can do?

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Order the sentences to form a dialogue. What about the school talent show? 1

Hey, Jake. We can present a performance together! What’s up, Tony? I’m very excited, Tony! You know, I can sing and play the guitar very well. No way! I can’t dance at all. Can you, Tony? Yes, I can. I am very good at street dance. Great idea!!! What else can you do? Can you dance too?

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Listen to the interviews and answer the questions. 1 Which musical instruments are not mentioned? piano clarinet bass violin guitar trumpet 2 How many people can’t play any musical instrument? 2 4 3 3 Can the last lady sing?

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Extra Reading 2

BRAZIL:

A Wonderful Place to Visit Brazil, officially the Federative Republic of Brazil, is a country in South America. The official language is Portuguese. Numerous archipelagos are part of the Brazilian territory, such as Fernando de Noronha and Atol das Rocas.

Brazil

Brasília (capital)

Largest city

São Paulo

Official language

Portuguese

Government

Presidential Republic

Territory

8,514,877 km2

Population

190,732,694 (in 2010) Based on: <www.ibge.gov.br>. Accessed on: April 23, 2012.

FERNANDO DE NORONHA, PE. Fernando de Noronha is a tropical island located 545 km away from the coast of Pernambuco. It has some of the most beautiful beaches in the world, about 2,000 inhabitants and a tourism that respects the environment. It’s a place where we can find balance between man and nature.

ATOL DAS ROCAS, RN. Atol das Rocas (Rocas Atoll) is an oval atoll in the Atlantic Ocean. It is part of Rio Grande do Norte. It’s of volcanic origin and coralline formation. The atoll is a wildlife sanctuary. Numerous turtles, sharks, dolphins and birds live in the area. The atoll consists mainly of coral and red algae. Based on: <www.fernando-de-noronha.org>. Accessed on: April 23, 2012.

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Read the sentences and write T (true) or F (false) according to the text. 1

Rocas Atoll is located in the Northeast region of Brazil.

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The Federative Republic of Brazil is a country in North America.

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An atoll is a wildlife sanctuary that consists mainly of animals and blue algae.

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Fernando de Noronha is one of the numerous archipelagos in the Brazilian territory.

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The largest city in Brazil is Rio de Janeiro.

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Fernando de Noronha is part of the state of Pernambuco.

Circle the words that corresponds to the meaning of the underlined words in the sentences. 1 The official language is Portuguese. a sanctioned

b informal

2 It’s of volcanic origin and coralline formation. a end

b basis

3 It has some of the most beautiful beaches in the world. a attractive

b handsome

4 It’s a place where we can find balance between man and nature. a equilibrium

b instability

5 Atol das Rocas is a wildlife sanctuary. a ordinary area

b protected area

6 The Atol consists mainly of coral and red algae. a specially

b important

PROJECT

Let the World Know about Our Beauty • In groups, choose one of Brazil’s regions. • Highlight the most important touristic places and most interesting spots to visit. • Use the following websites to help you: <www.fernando-de-noronha.org> <www.turismo.gov.br> <www.brazil.org.uk> <www.braziltravelinformation.com> • Produce a poster with your research and glue pictures to illustrate it.

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Grammar Reference Unit1three Unit Question Word What What is your favorite color?

Question Words são palavras interrogativas que usamos para obter informações específicas sobre alguém ou alguma coisa.

What’s My favorite color is green. What is your e-mail? My e-mail is amandagomes@rmail.com.br.

what?: qual? what is?: qual é?

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Number the sentences to make a dialogue. What’s your name?

Hi! Good morning.

Nice to meet you too, Chris.

Nice to meet you, Meg. I’m Chris.

Good morning.

My name’s Meg.

Unit2three Unit Question Word Who He is my best friend Philip.

Usa-se a Question Word who quando se deseja perguntar a respeito de alguém.

He’s Who is that lady?

who?: quem? who is?: quem é? Who is that boy?

Who’s She is Antonia.

Who’s

She’s

1

Check the correct questions to the answers. 1 A:

Who is he?

3 A:

What is he?

Who is that woman?

B: He is Zac Efron. 2 A:

Who is Clara?

B: She is Alinne Moraes, the actress. 4 A:

What is her name? B: Her name is Angelica.

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What is his name?

What is his full name? Who is Aguiar?

B: His full name is Miguel Falabella de Souza Aguiar.

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Unit 8

Workbook Name: Number:

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Class:

Date:

What can we do to help save our planet? Match the halves of the sentences. 1 We can use…

a

newspapers and magazines.

2 We can turn off…

b

the lights when we are not in a room.

3 We can pick up garbage on the ground… c 4 We can recycle… d

the two sides of our paper.

5 We can ride bikes…

and put it in the trash can.

and go to school on foot, too.

e

Look at the pictures and answer the question. 1

2

What can Ivete Sangalo do?

What can Lionel Messi do?

3

4

What can Adriana Behar and Shelda do?

What can Pedro Bandeira do?

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Read the dialogue between classmates Paul and Andrea. Answer the questions. Paul: Hey, Andrea. Here’s the sign-up poster for the talent show! Andrea: Oh, I see! There’s Tim’s name. Paul: Can Tim sing? Andrea: No, he can’t. But he can dance very well. Paul: Can you sing? Andrea: No, I can’t sing at all. But I can play the drums. Paul: Excellent! I can play the guitar. Let’s sign up for the show! Andrea: Really? You and me? What a great idea! Let’s invite Dennis, too. Paul: I’m sorry, Andrea, but Dennis can’t participate because he isn’t a student at Madison Elementary School. He’s a student at Kroker High School. Andrea: OK, you and me, then! 1 Can Tim dance? 2 Can Andrea and Paul play musical instruments? 3 Can Andrea play the guitar? 4 Who can play the drums? 5 Why can’t Dennis participate on the talent show?

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Write questions for the underlined parts in the sentences below. 1 A: B: I can’t go to school because I’m sick. 2 A: B: My little sister can sing “Happy Birthday”. 3 A: B: Sylvia can read and write in French. 4 A: B: We can have a snack at the cafeteria. 5 A: B: Our grandparents can come here on weekends.

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Glossary A a um(a) about sobre, a respeito de access acessar; acesso according to de acordo com actor ator ad anúncio affected afetado(a) affirmative afirmativo(a) after após, depois afternoon tarde again de novo, novamente against contra age idade alga (pl. algae) alga all todos(as); tudo All right! Certo!, De acordo! already já alternative alternativa always sempre American norte-americano(a) among entre (preposição) an um(a) and e angry bravo(a), zangado(a) animal animal another outro(a) answer responder; resposta any algum(a); nenhum(a); qualquer apologize desculpar-se apple maçã appropriate adequado(a), apropriado(a) April abril archipelago arquipélago architect arquiteto(a) architecture arquitetura around ao redor; perto de; por volta de art arte article artigo artist artista as como; à medida que ask perguntar; pedir aspect aspecto; ponto de vista at em; no(a); às at all de jeito nenhum athletic desportivo(a) Atlantic Ocean Oceano Atlântico atoll atol attraction atração author autor(a) avenue avenida

avoid evitar away distante, longe

B baby bebê back de volta backpack mochila backslap tapinha nas costas backyard quintal bad ruim; mau bag bolsa; sacola bakery padaria balance equilíbrio ball bola balloon balão band banda bank banco (instituição financeira) barbershop barbearia based on baseado(a) em basis base basketball basquetebol bass baixo (instrumento musical) bathroom banheiro bathtub banheira be ser; estar beach praia beautiful bonito(a) beauty beleza because porque bed cama bedroom quarto before antes behind atrás believe acreditar below abaixo best melhor better o(a) melhor between entre (preposição) bicycle bicicleta big grande bike bicicleta bingo bingo bird pássaro birthday aniversário black preto(a) blank lacuna blond(e) loiro(a) blouse blusa blue azul board lousa, quadro-negro; mural bold negrito book livro bookshelf estante de livros

bookstore livraria boot bota both ambos(as) bow reverenciar; reverência box caixa boy garoto, menino boyfriend namorado brand new novinho em folha brave corajoso(a) Brazilian brasileiro(a) bright brilhante; vivo(a) (cor) bring trazer brother irmão brown marrom building prédio bus ônibus bus driver motorista de ônibus busy ocupado(a) but mas butterfly borboleta buy comprar by de; às; por bye tchau

C cafeteria cantina (de escola); refeitório calculator calculadora call chamar; telefonar camp acampar; acampamento can poder (verbo); lata cancer câncer cap boné car carro casual casual cat gato(a) cell phone telefone celular center centro chair cadeira challenge desafio championship campeonato channel canal chart quadro chat conversar, bater papo; bate-papo cheap barato(a) check assinalar; checar cheek bochecha child (pl. children) criança Chile Chile Chilean chileno(a) chocolate chocolate choice escolha Glossary

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