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Ementa e Programa Inglês

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Subject Pronouns (I, you, he, etc.); Verb to be affirmative, negative and interrogative; Possessive adjectives (my, your, his, etc.); Indefinite articles (a/an); Plural of nouns; Adjectives and modifiers (quite, very, really); Present simple affirmative, negative and interrogative; Demonstrative pronouns (this/that/these/those); Question words (what, when, where, etc.); Greetings, Numbers 1 to 100; Days of the week; Countries, nationalities and flags; Personal information; Classroom vocabulary and classroom language; The alphabet; Common objects; Verb phrases; Jobs; Telling the time; Completing an application form; Completing a personal profile.

Possessive ‘s, Prepositions of time and place (at, in, on); Adverbs of frequency; Modal verbs Can/Can’t, Present Continuous affirmative, negative and interrogative; Object pronouns (me, you, him, etc.); Family; Everyday activities; Verb phrases; Weather and seasons; Phone language; Ordinal numbers; Music; Social Networking; Writing an article; Writing an informal email.

Past simple affirmative, negative and interrogative: of the verb to be, of regular verbs, of irregular verbs; There + verb to be (there is/are/was/were); Countable and uncountable nouns + indefinite articles (a/an) and quantifiers (some/any); Quantifiers ((how) much/many, a lot of, etc.); Word formation for professions; Past time expressions; Verb phrases with go, have, get; Parts of the house; Prepositions of place and movement (under, towards, etc.); Food and food containers; High numbers (100+).

Comparative adjectives; Superlative adjectives; Future with going to; Adverbs of manner (–ly) and modifiers (quite, really); Verbs + infinitives (with to); Definite article the; Present perfect + ever; Places and buildings; Holidays; Verb phrases; The Internet; Plans; Predictions; Writing a formal email.

Word order in questions; Present simple; Present Continuous; Past simple; Past continuous; Time sequencers (after that, next day, when, etc.) and connectors (although, so, but, because, etc.); Future with going to; Future with the present continuous (future arrangements); Defining relative clauses (who, which, that, etc.); Reviewing spelling, numbers, the alphabet and common verb phrases; Describing people’s appearance and personality; Clothes; Prepositions of place (behind, between, etc.); Prepositions of time (at, in, on); Holidays; Airports; Verb + Preposition collocations; Expressions for paraphrasing; Sounding friendly; Blogging about a favorite photo; Writing an informal email.

Present Perfect + yet, just and already; Past simple; Indefinite pronouns (some/any/no + thing/body/where); Adjectives ending in –ed and –ing; comparing using not as + adjective/adverb + as; Superlative adjectives + Present perfect + ever; Quantifiers (too/too many/much/enough); Future with will/won’t; Housework; Verb make vs. verb do; Shopping; Time expressions (spend/waste time, etc.); Describing a town or city; Health and the body; Opposite verbs (e.g. lend vs. borrow); verb phrases with back; Adjectives + prepositions.

Uses of the verbs in the infinitive with to; Uses of the verbs in the gerund (verb + -ing); Modals verbs of obligation have to and must; Modal verb should; First conditional; Second conditional; Possessive pronouns; Present perfect with for and since; Modifiers (a bit, really, etc.); Animals; Verb phrases with ‘get’; Confusing verbs (e.g. look at/like/for); Adverbs of manner (–ly); Giving advice; Phobias; Writing a formal email; Writing a biography.

Passive Voice; Past with used to; Modal verb might; Expressions of movement (verb + preposition/adverb e.g. run away); Word order of phrasal verbs; So and Neither for similarities; Past Perfect; Reported Speech; Questions without auxiliaries; Inventions; School subjects and experiences; Indecisiveness, Sports, Daily routine and lifestyle; Coincidences, Strange but true facts around the world; Gossiping; Noun formation, Verb say vs. verb tell.

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