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ANSWER KEY

ANSWER KEY

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UNITS

UNIT 1 UNIT 1

PÁG 3 PÁG 3

UNIT 2 UNIT 2

PÁG 10 PÁG 10

UNIT 3 UNIT 3

PÁG 18 PÁG 18

UNIT 4 UNIT 4

PÁG 24 PÁG 24

UNIT 5 UNIT 5

PÁG 29 PÁG 29

UNIT 6 UNIT 6

PÁG 35 PÁG 35

UNIT 7 UNIT 7

PÁG 41 PÁG 41

UNIT 8 UNIT 8

PÁG 47 PÁG 47

UNIT 8D UNIT 8D

PÁG 54

PÁG 54

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ATIVIDADES COMPLEMENTARES

Match the sentences to the option that correctly completes them:

CONNECT 1 CONNECT 1

1.

2.

3.

4.

5.

6.

I love comedies but I don’t like ____________. They’re scary

Everybody loves the plays from this _______________.

My favorite __________ in school is English language.

We love reading about ___________ people

Famous people have ______________ lives.

Comedy movies always have to be __________.

horror

subject

funny exciting

famous

playwright

TYPING 1 TYPING 1

1.

2.

3.

4.

The one

Other one Ones

One

Complete with One, Ones, The one, The ones, Other one:

ACTIVITIES

CONNECTION UNIT 1 UNIT 1

ANSWER ANSWER

KEY KEY

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Match the English words to its translation in Portuguese:

DRAG&DROP DRAG&DROP CONNECT 2

CONNECT 2

long – longo

different (from) – diferente de important – importante

romantic – romântico

classic – clássico

suspense – suspense artist – artista

composer – compositor

Combine as expressões em inglês com os seus significados:

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QUIZ 1 - (múltipla escolha) QUIZ 1 - (múltipla escolha)

1.

2.

3.

4.

Getting in

Get away / exams Fall asleep

Get

Choose the alternative that best completes the sentences:

TYPING 2 TYPING 2

TYPING 3 TYPING 3

1.

2.

3.

4.

1.

2.

3.

4.

5.

6.

7.

8.

to buy

to obtain to receive to arrive

So does my mother

Neither can our brother So do we

Neither does she

So am I

Neither are our friends So do they

So are you

What’s the meaning of the verb ‘to get’ in each sentence? (type only the correct verb):

Give short answers using the subject given and agree (SO or NEITHER):

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1.

2.

3.

4.

5.

6.

This test is very hard.

It’s so good to drink lemonade.

This problem is too hard.

It’s a very hot day today.

We’re very hungry.

Our classroom is too small.

This test is very difficult.

It is so good to drink lemonade.

This problem is too difficult.

It is a very hot day today.

We are very hungry.

Give short answers using the subject given and agree (SO or NEITHER):

Match the pictures with the right words:

CONNECT 3 CONNECT 3

Shirt Slippers

T-shirt Briefs

Blouse Hoodies

Suit Coat

Flip flops Jacket

TYPING 4

TYPING 4

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TYPING 5 TYPING 5

TYPING 6 TYPING 6

1.

1.

5.

5.

2.

2.

6.

6.

3.

3.

7.

7.

4.

4.

8.

I have got a new car.

This house is mine.

I’ve got a new car.

Have you got a shirt I can borrow?

These boots are yours.

You have got a nice dress.

That car is ours.

You’ve got a nice dress.

I have got to wear a uniform at work.

Those shoes are his.

I have not got time today.

This cap is hers.

I haven’t got time today.

I’ve got to do the dishes.

She has not got enough clothes.

This pencil isn’t mine.

She hasn’t got enough clothes.

This pencil is not mine.

I’ve got to wear a uniform at work.

I have got to do the dishes for my mom.

These coats are theirs.

They’ve got to walk the dog.

They have got to walk the dog.

Change the sentences to “have got”:

Rewrite the sentence using possessive pronouns:

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SPEAKING 1 SPEAKING 1

1. 9.

2. 10.

3. 11.

4. 12.

5. 13.

6. 14.

7.

8.

size uniform

size shoelaces

large boxer

jeans boxer briefs

vest sleeve | long-sleeved

swimming trunks sleeveless shirt | tank top

bikini

bathing suit | swimming suit

Say the word in English:

TYPING 7 TYPING 7

1. 8.

5.

2. 9.

6.

3. 10.

7.

4.

size boxer briefs

vest

medium uniform

swimming trunks

large boxer

shoelaces

bathing suit | swimming suit

Write the words according to the picture:

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SPEAKING 2 SPEAKING 2

1.

2.

3.

4.

5.

6.

7.

gloves

scarf, scarves

beanie, woolly hat

necklace ring

bracelet

earring

Press the microphone and say:

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ACTIVITIES

CONNECTION UNIT 2 UNIT 2

TYPING 1 TYPING 1

1. 5.

2. 6.

3. 7.

4. 8.

to hear watch

to miss clock

to cry

to walk the dog

upstairs

downstairs

Write the words according to the picture:

Choose the verb that completes the sentences:

CONNECT 1 CONNECT 1

1.

2.

3.

4.

5.

6.

7.

8.

I always call my mother on Tuesdays.

He watched the games on the TV last month.

They wanted to talk to you the day before yesterday.

I needed to buy some milk last night.

She always cleans the kitchen in the afternoons.

We used the computer a lot last year.

My brother helped me with my homework yesterday evening.

You never wash the dishes.

ANSWER ANSWER

KEY KEY

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SPEAKING 1 SPEAKING 1

SPEAKING 2 SPEAKING 2

1.

1. 9.

8.

2.

2. 10.

9.

3.

3. 11.

4.

4. 12.

5.

5.

6.

6.

7.

7.

8.

to call, called

remembered heard

to need, needed

to clean, cleaned

missed rang

to watch, watched

to love, love

cried overslept

to use, used

barked had

to help, helped

walked

to want, wanted

answered

to wash, washed

forgot

lost

What’s the verb? And its past form?

Press the button to say the Simple Past form of each verb you see:

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TYPING 2 TYPING 2

TYPING 3 TYPING 3

1.

5.

2.

6.

12.

9.

15.

3.

7.

13.

10.

4.

8.

14.

11.

Complete the sentences with ‘hear/listen’, ‘Iose/miss’ in the correct tense/form and past time expressions:

Make up a sentence in the past with the word given:

I heard a strange noise coming from upstairs.

I had to study so I missed the beginning of the show.

I like to listen to music when I’m driving.

I went there a long time ago.

We are very sad because we lost the game last night.

I was a teacher there a decade ago. (tip: 10 years)

People didn’t have internet two centuries ago. (tip: 200 years) I overslept this morning and missed the bus.

The students always listen to the teacher.

When did it happen? Oh, long ago!

I can’t hear you. You’re speaking too low.

My birthday was last month.

I went shopping last week. So, this week I don’t have to go.

I miss my family because they live in the country.

I lost my keys yesterday.

(RESPOSTA LIVRE)

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TRUE OR FALSE TRUE OR FALSE

Responda TRUE ou FALSE se a resposta curta da pergunta está de acordo com a imagem:

FALSE

FALSE FALSE

FALSE FALSE TRUE

TRUE

TRUE 1.

2.

3.

4.

5.

6.

7.

8.

1.

5.

2.

6.

9.

3.

7.

8.

10.

4.

Rewrite the sentences with the missing parts:

He saw her take his watch.

Maria heard the dog barking and got worried.

I noticed the baby crying and I went to his room.

She can smell the cake baking.

Please, remind me to buy some bread.

She reminds me of her mother.

I used to believe you but I don’t believe you anymore.

I used to believe you but I do not believe you anymore.

He used to lie a lot but he doesn’t lie to me anymore.

He used to lie a lot but he does not lie to me anymore.

Did you use to work in the evenings?

I didn’t use to like vegetables, but now I eat them every day.

I did not use to like vegetables, but now I eat them every day.

TYPING 4

TYPING 4

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Translate into English:

1.

2.

3.

4.

5.

6.

7.

8.

to change

trip

line

outdated

to enjoy

to exchange

joke

to laugh at

DRAG&DROP DRAG&DROP

Complete the sentences:

TYPING 5

TYPING 5

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SPEAKING 3 SPEAKING 3

1.

2.

3.

4.

5.

6.

weather

complains

a bit

was

even

we will return | we’ll return

Say the word in English:

TYPING 6 TYPING 6

Complete the sentences: When...

1.

2.

3.

4.

5.

6.

7.

8.

9.

10.

11.

walk the dog

answer it | pick it up

bark

what do you mean?

exchange it

move

hurry up

never mind

too bad

absolutely not

anymore

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SPEAKING 4 SPEAKING 4

1. 11.

2. 12.

3. 13.

4. 14.

5. 15.

7. 17.

9. 19.

6. 16.

8. 18.

10.

believed changed

trusted laughed

lied overslept

promised cried

made up heard

felt lost

smelled remembered

reminded missed

noticed forgot

enjoyed

Say the past form of the verb:

TYPING 7 TYPING 7

1.

5.

2.

6.

3.

4.

Turn the sentences into negative:

I didn’t remember your birthday yesterday. | I did not remember your birthday yesterday.

I didn’t forget to bring your book. | I did not forget to bring your book.

They didn’t lose their keys last week. | They did not lose their keys last week.

Joe didn’t miss the bus this morning. | Joe did not miss the bus this morning.

He didn’t hear about the party today. | He did not hear about the party today.

She didn’t cry all night long. | She did not cry all night long.

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7.

11.

12.

8.

13.

14.

15.

9.

10.

The kids didn’t oversleep this morning. | The kids did not oversleep this morning.

He didn’t believe you. | He did not believe you.

They didn’t trust you with this. | They did not trust you with this.

Carl didn’t lie to us about that. | Carl did not lie to us about that.

They didn’t remind me about your birthday yesterday.

They did not remind me about your birthday yesterday.

It didn’t feel like home. | It did not feel like home.

It didn’t change this morning. | It did not change this morning.

We didn’t laugh a lot last weekend. | We did not laugh a lot last weekend.

We didn’t use to go to the beach there. | We did not use to go to the beach there.

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ACTIVITIES

CONNECTION UNIT 3 UNIT 3

Connect the verbs in English and in Portuguese:

CONNECT 1 CONNECT 1

1.

2.

3.

4.

5.

6.

7.

8.

9.

10.

to be able to - ser capaz de, poder

to be surprised (at) – estar surpreso(a) com

to be interested in – ser/estar interessado(a) em to be pleased with – estar satisfeito(a) com

to be born – nascer

to be in love – estar apaixonado(a) to become – tornar-se

to hope – esperar (ter esperança) to die – morrer

to date – namorar, sair com uma pessoa

1.

2.

I wasn’t at school yesterday | I was not at school yesterday.

He wasn’t at work this morning. | He was not at work this morning.

TYPING 1 TYPING 1

Turn the sentences into negative and in the past tense:

ANSWER ANSWER

KEY KEY

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3.

4.

5.

6.

They weren’t happy last night. | They were not happy last night.

Weren’t you in love last month?

She wasn’t there then. | She was not there then.

We weren’t in the office 2 hours ago. | We were not in the office 2 hours ago.

We weren’t in the office two hours ago. | We were not in the office two hours ago.

Connect the words in English and in Portuguese:

1.

2.

3.

4.

5.

6.

7.

8.

9.

10.

11.

12.

13.

14.

15.

to draw - desenhar, fechar cortinas to paint – pintar

to plant – plantar

take pictures, photographs – tirar fotos river – rio

lake – lagoa

to draw – desenhar, fechar cortinas boat – barco

to paint – pintar to plant – plantar

pictures, photographs – tirar fotos sea – mar

tunnel – túnel

camera – câmera ship – navio

CONNECT 2

CONNECT 2

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TYPING 2 TYPING 2

TYPING 3 TYPING 3

1.

1. 5.

5.

2.

2. 6.

6.

3.

3. 7.

4.

4. 8.

Translate the sentences into English:

Complete the sentences with a little/little, a few/few (type only the answer):

There was a mountain here a hundred years ago.

There was a mountain here one hundred years ago.

There wasn’t a river here five years ago. | There was not a river here five years ago.

There wasn’t a river here 5 years ago. | There was not a river here 5 years ago.

There weren’t any bugs in the forest. | There were not any bugs in the forest.

There weren’t any insects in the forest. | There were not any insects in the forest.

There was a butterfly here yesterday.

few few

few few

little little

little little

Were there any trees here last year?

Was there a fly in your soup?

CONNECT 3 CONNECT 3

Connect the adjectives in English and in Portuguese:

1.

2.

4.

5.

3. 6.

dry - seco crowded - lotado

wet - molhado calm - calmo

noisy - barulhento upset - chateado

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1.

2.

3.

4.

5.

6.

What were you doing last night?

He wasn’t fishing when I saw him yesterday.

He was not fishing when I saw him yesterday.

They were studying when I arrived.

It was raining yesterday afternoon.

Where were you last night?

You were sleeping while I was working.

7.

8.

10.

11.

9.

nervous - nervoso glad - contente

slow - devagar huge - enorme

fast, quick - rápido

TYPING 4 TYPING 4

Translate the sentences into English:

SPEAKING 1 SPEAKING 1

Say the word in English:

1.

2.

8.

9.

10.

11.

12.

13.

14.

4.

5.

3.

6.

7.

cow goose, geese

duck mouse, mice

rooster rain

bull rabbit, bunny

chicken, hen rat

chick sweetheart

pig honey

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Order the sentences and their translations into English:

1.

2.

3.

4.

They were smiling at each other.

All the students were talking to one another.

Sam and Nancy love each other.

All the teachers at school also hug one another on teacher’s day.

SPEAKING 2 SPEAKING 2

1.

2.

3.

5.

4.

6.

The cat was looking for mice. | It was looking for mice. | was looking for mice.

He was fishing. | was fishing.

She was looking at the moon. | was looking at the moon.

TYPING 5 TYPING 5

What were they doing yesterday? (Write full sentences):

She was opening an umbrella. | was opening an umbrella. | She was opening her umbrella. | was opening her umbrella. | She was holding an umbrella. | was holding an umbrella. | She was holding her umbrella. | was holding her umbrella.

She was watering the plants. | was watering the plants. | She was watering her plants. | was watering her plants. | She was watering the tree. | was watering the tree.

She was holding her bunny. | was holding her bunny. | She was holding the bunny. | was holding the bunny. | She was holding a bunny. | was holding a bunny.

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TYPING 6 TYPING 6

Write affirmative or negative sentences about the picture using there “was/were”.

1.

3.

5.

2.

4.

6.

There wasn’t a car. | There was not a car.

There were two horses. | There were 2 horses. | There were some horses. | There were horses.

There was a vegetable garden.

There was a bridge.

There were frogs. | There were some frogs.

There wasn’t a telephone. | There was not a telephone.

Press the microphone and say:

1.

2.

3.

5.

4.

6.

There wasn’t a car. | There was not a car.

There was a bridge.

There were some horses.

There was a vegetable garden.

There were frogs.

There wasn’t a telephone. | There was not a telephone.

SPEAKING 3

SPEAKING 3

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ACTIVITIES

CONNECTION UNIT 4 UNIT 4

TYPING 1 TYPING 1

TYPING 2 TYPING 2

Translate into English:

Complete with | either, neither or both, or, nor, and |:

1.

1. 7.

3.

3. 9.

9.

5.

5. 11.

14.

13.

11.

7.

13.

14.

2.

2. 8.

8.

4.

4. 10. 16.

10.

6.

6. 12.

15.

12.

to choose

either both of either, or

to dive

to decide

both neither of both, and

boarding pass to fly

neither neither neither, nor

to surf

to book

both either, or

suitcase

to pack airline

to plan

both neither of both, and

reservation

to carry

both either, or

luggage

ANSWER ANSWER

KEY KEY

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QUIZ 1 (múltipla escolha) QUIZ 1 (múltipla escolha) TYPING 3

TYPING 3

Choose the correct answer:

What the past form of the verb?

1.

1.

7. 13.

3.

3.

9.

5.

5.

11.

2.

2.

8.

4.

4.

10.

6. 12.

was, were

running

planned went

described

describing

carried looked

losing

decided

flew

going

packed took

washing

booked

chose returned

SPEAKING SPEAKING

Press the microphone and say:

1.

2.

She’s thin and average height. | She is thin and average height.

She’s got curly brown hair. | She has got curly brown hair.

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She’s wearing it kind of short now. | She is wearing it kind of short now.

She has beautiful brown eyes. | She’s got beautiful brown eyes. | She has got beautiful brown eyes.

She’s middle-aged, tall and slim. | She is middle-aged, tall and slim.

She colors her hair brown.

And he’s very fit and active. | And he’s very fit and active.

Her eyes are green.

He has gray hair, a mustache and a beard.

And wears it really short and straight.

He’s got a big nose and brown eyes. | He has got a big nose and brown eyes.

He’s in his late 70’s. | He is in his late 70’s. | He’s in his late seventies.

He is in his late seventies.

He’s tall and thin. | He is tall and thin.

He’s in his early thirties but he’s bald. | He is in his early thirties but he’s bald.

He’s in his early thirties but he is bald. | He is in his early thirties, but he is bald.

He’s got beautiful blue eyes and no facial hair. | He has got beautiful blue eyes and no facial hair.

3.

4.

5.

6.

7.

8.

9.

10.

11.

12.

13.

14.

15.

DRAG&DROP DRAG&DROP

Complete the sentences:

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TYPING 4 TYPING 4

TYPING 5 TYPING 5

Describe the person in the picture:

Make up a sentence with the following adjectives:

(RESPOSTA LIVRE)

(RESPOSTA LIVRE)

QUIZ 2 (múltipla escolha) QUIZ 2 (múltipla escolha)

Choose the correct answer:

1. 8.

3. 10.

5. 12.

6. 13.

7.

2. 9.

4. 11.

so such an

such such

so so

so such an

such a

such a such

such a such an

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QUIZ 3 (múltipla escolha) QUIZ 3 (múltipla escolha)

Choose the correct answer:

1. 21.

8. 28.

3. 23.

10. 30.

5. 25.

12. 32.

15. 35.

18. 38.

6. 26.

13. 33.

16. 36.

19. 39.

20. 40.

7. 27.

2. 22.

9. 29.

4. 24.

11. 31.

14. 34.

17. 37.

either such

choosing neither

either/or such

such an

starting look

packing chose

having doesn’t matter

neither such a

beginning so did

neither/nor

flying seems

talking were packing

packing brunette

brave neither was

either/or either was

flying sound

talking returned

packing to fool

trying loyal

both such a

becoming look like

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TYPING 1 TYPING 1

TYPING 2 TYPING 2

Translate into English:

What’s the comparative form of each adjective?

1.

1. 7.

3.

3. 9.

9.

5.

5. 11.

14.

13.

2. 7.

2. 8.

8.

4.

4. 10.

10.

6.

6. 12.

15.

to fix | to repair

happier smaller uglier

drill to assemble | to put together

more awful cuter

to build

more terrible sadder thinner

goggles to clean up

hotter colder

saw to work

better older nicer

grumpy

to be made out of

bigger prettier

ACTIVITIES

CONNECTION UNIT 5 UNIT 5

ANSWER ANSWER

KEY KEY

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TYPING 3 TYPING 3

TYPING 4 TYPING 4

Translate into English:

1. 7.

3. 9.

5. 11.

2. 8.

4. 10.

6.

to win to pretend

to practice nowadays

to beat | to defeat to intend

to race actually

to train to dress up

to score

Organize the words to form sentences according to the picture:

You’re the naughtiest person I know. | You are the naughtiest person I know.

You’re the dumbest guy on the team. | You are the dumbest guy on the team.

You’re the best player in school. | You are the best player in school.

She’s the most unkind girl in class. | She is the most unkind girl in class.

She’s the unkindest girl in class. | She is the unkindest girl in class.

He’s the tallest student in court. | He is the tallest student in court

He’s the most polite boy in the family. | He is the most polite boy in the family.

He’s the politest boy in the family. | He is the politest boy in the family.

He’s the most ambitious runner in the league. | He is the most ambitious runner in the league.

He’s the most courageous man in the office. | He is the most courageous man in the office.

You’re the worst leader in the world. | You are the worst leader in the world.

She’s the smartest player on the field. | She is the smartest player on the field.

1.

2.

3.

4.

5.

6.

7.

8.

9.

10.

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Match the pictures with the right words:

CONNECT CONNECT

Hide-and-seek To play pretend

Tag To play dress up

Dodgeball Cops and robbers

Capture the flag

TYPING 5 TYPING 5

Translate into English:

1. 7.

3. 9.

5. 11.

12.

2. 8.

4. 10.

6.

to attend to copy

to quit to correct

to improve to create

to skip to pay attention | to pay attention to

to come true to complain | to complain about to repeat

to realize

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Complete the sentences using: |the whole, whole, a whole, all, all the, all of the|

What’s the word? (type only the answer):

1.

1. 10.

the whole

the whole the whole

2.

2. 12.

3.

3. 13.

4.

4. 14.

5.

5. 15.

7. 17.

6.

6. 16.

8. 18.

9.

TYPING 6 TYPING 6

TYPING 7 TYPING 7

all of the | the whole | all the

toolbox goggles

the whole

hammer hide-and-seek

all | whole | all of the | all the

nails dodgeball

all | a whole

pliers leader

all the | all of the

screwdriver champion

scissors Earth

the whole

screws Saturn

saw flashlight

drill

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Write sentences according to the pictures with comparatives and superlatives:

1.

the whole

2.

3.

4.

5.

6.

TYPING 8 TYPING 8

Mark is shorter than John.

Lisa is the tallest kid.

The pan is bigger than the frying pan.

Ferrari is more expensive than Fiat Uno. | A Ferrari is more expensive than a Fiat Uno.

Andrea is younger than Lucy.

Bill is the fastest runner.

Say the synonym you’ve learned for these verbs:

1.

2.

11.

12.

21.

22.

3. 13. 23.

5. 15. 25.

8. 18.

4. 14. 24.

7. 17. 27.

6. 16. 26.

9. 19.

10. 20.

to fix to race

to copy

to realize

to build to score

to create

to work to pretend

to clean up to dress up to correct

to beat to complain

to put together to intend to repeat

to win to improve to come true

to be made out of to attend to pay attention

to train to quit

to practice to skip

SPEAKING 3

SPEAKING 3

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TRUE OR FALSE TRUE OR FALSE

Read the sentence and choose TRUE or FALSE according to the picture:

FALSE FALSE

FALSE FALSE

FALSE FALSE

FALSE

FALSE

FALSE

TRUE TRUE

TRUE TRUE

TRUE TRUE

TRUE TRUE

1.

2.

3.

4.

10.

11.

12.

13.

14.

15.

16.

17.

5.

6.

7.

8.

9.

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ACTIVITIES

CONNECTION UNIT 6 UNIT 6

What’s the past tense of the verb? (type only the answer):

What’s the past tense of the verb? (type only the answer):

TYPING 1 TYPING 1

TYPING 2 TYPING 2

1.

1.

7.

3.

3.

9.

5.

11.

13.

14.

2.

2.

8.

4.

10.

12.

6.

applied | applied for dealt | dealt with

deserved

fired purchased

advertised

interviewed managed

turned down published

filled in, filled out

hired handled

offered

She’s not going to wear a shirt and a skirt. | She is not going to wear a shirt and a skirt. |

She isn’t going to wear a shirt and a skirt. | She’s not going to wear a skirt. | She is not going to wear a skirt. | She isn’t going to wear a skirt. | She’s not going to wear a skirt and a shirt. | She is not going to wear a skirt and a shirt. | She isn’t going to wear a skirt and a shirt.

You’re the naughtiest person I know. | You are the naughtiest person I know.

She’s going to wear a dress. | She is going to wear a dress.

ANSWER ANSWER

KEY KEY

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36 36

They are going to play basketball. | They’re going to play basketball.

They’re not going to play soccer. | They are not going to play soccer. | They aren’t going to play soccer.

He’s not going to feed the pigs. | He is not going to feed the pigs. | He isn’t going to feed the pigs.

She’s going to fly. | She is going to fly. | She’s going by airplane. | She is going by airplane.

They’re going to build a boat. | They are going to build a boat.

She’s not going to drive. | She is not going to drive. | She isn’t going to drive.

They’re not going to build a house. | They are not going to build a house. | They aren’t going to build a house.

He’s going to fix the dryer. | He is going to fix the dryer. | He’s going to fix the washing machine. | He is going to fix the washing machine. | He’s going to fix the washer. | He is going to fix the washer.

He’s not going to fix the washer. | He is not going to fix the washer. | He isn’t going to fix

the washer. | He’s not going to fix the washing machine. | He is not going to fix the washing machine. | He isn’t going to fix the washing machine. | He’s not going to fix the dryer. | He is not going to fix the dryer. | He isn’t going to fix the dryer.

He’s going to go surfing. | He is going to go surfing.

He’s not going to go sailing. | He is not going to go sailing. | He isn’t going to go sailing.

4.

5.

6.

7.

8.

9.

10.

11.

12.

13. She’s going to run a marathon. | She is going to run a marathon. | She’s going to go running.

| She is going to go running. | She’s going for a run. | She is going for a run. | She’s going to run. | She is going to run.

She’s not going to swim. | She is not going to swim. | She isn’t going to swim. | She’s not going to go swimming. | She is not going to go swimming. | She isn’t going to go swimming.

14.

15.

16.

Press the microphone and say:

SPEAKING 1 SPEAKING 1

1.

2.

6.

7.

11.

12.

3. 8. 13.

5. 10.

4. 9. 14.

to take a chance on someone (one) at a time

hard-working

reliable, unreliable

to take advantage situation

pro-active

to be out of a job article

to place an ad applicant

to be in trouble opportunity in general

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Translate into English:

TYPING 3 TYPING 3

1.

7.

8.

3.

9.

5.

11.

13.

14.

15.

2.

4.

10.

12.

6.

to catch

to set fire to firewood

to put out

blaze

Immediately, right away to light

pipe

to burn

even though, although

bonfire

to protect jail

firefighter

emergency

1.

2.

3.

4.

5.

ORDERING ORDERING

Order the words:

Maybe next year I will travel to England for a whole month.

I am hungry. I think I will cook something for us.

My brother is on a diet. He will not agree to going out for Italian food.

I want to be healthier. I think I will start a new diet as off next Monday.

This can be dangerous. I will not go there with you.

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Say the expressions in English:

SPEAKING 2 SPEAKING 2

1.

2.

4.

5.

3. 6.

to be on fire over here

to be in danger right there

over there right here

Translate into English:

TYPING 4 TYPING 4

1.

7.

8.

3.

5.

2.

4.

6.

to worry about

for a change to be over

for all I know hope

fault

so what

apology

Match the sentences with its explanation for “will” or “going to”:

CONNECT CONNECT

For predictions

based on evidence For immediate

decisions

For offers For prior plans

For predictions

with certainty For promises

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39 39

more formal more informal

Press the microphone and say:

Say the word in English:

SPEAKING 3 SPEAKING 3

SPEAKING 4 SPEAKING 4

1.

2.

5.

6.

3.

4.

7.

it depends the three of them

depending on the four of us

I don’t care | I do not care whatever

the two of you

1.

2.

11.

12.

21.

22.

3. 13. 23.

5. 15. 25.

8. 18.

4. 14. 24.

7. 17. 27.

29.

30.

6. 16. 26.

28.

9. 19.

10. 20.

to hire branch

available overtime

to turn down employer

unavailable

to deserve employee

to manage/

to manage to application form trouble

to publish loan

to deal (with) resume staff

to purchase debt to put out (a fire)

firefighter thief

to handle deal to catch

lighter

to advertise part-time

main office full-time

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31.

32.

33.

34.

35.

36

37.

38.

40.

41.

43.

44.

39.

42.

to avoid

to apologize

embarrassed

behavior

anyway

for all I know to regret

to swear

awkward

fault to forgive

to worry (about)

advice

so what

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ACTIVITIES

CONNECTION UNIT 7 UNIT 7

Complete the sentences with words from the box (type only the answer):

Complete with |somewhere, anywhere or nowhere| (type only the answer):

TYPING 1 TYPING 1

TYPING 2 TYPING 2

1.

1. 4.

7.

3.

3. 6.

5.

2.

2. 5.

4.

6.

to close

somewhere nowhere

it’s about time | it is about time wonder

to knock on

anywhere somewhere

peephole

to make sure

anywhere anywhere

from now on

ANSWER ANSWER

KEY KEY

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42 42

1. 4.

3. 6.

2. 5.

So will they Neither will I

So am I Neither is she

So are they Neither are you

Choose the correct answer:

QUIZ 1 (múltipla escolha) QUIZ 1 (múltipla escolha)

QUIZ 1 (múltipla escolha) QUIZ 1 (múltipla escolha)

CONNECT 1 CONNECT 1

Read the definitions and write the word that is being defined:

Match the sentences:

TYPING 3 TYPING 3

1. 4.

3. 6.

2. 5.

to freeze to blow

overcast downpour

drizzle hail

If it’s sunny.

If it rains tomorrow.

If it’s snowing when I travel to Canada.

If the weather is nice tomorrow.

If it’s too cold.

I’ll go to the beach on the weekend I won’t play soccer with my friends.

I will go skiing.

We will go horseback-riding.

We won’t be able to wear our dresses.

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CONNECT 2 CONNECT 2

Match the right parts to make full sentences or answers:

If you heat ice,

If you freeze water, I’m

What time does your flight leave?

it melts.

it becomes ice.

meeting my sister at the airport.

It leaves at 10pm.

1. 7.

4. 10.

3. 9.

6. 12.

2. 8.

5. 11.

Foggy and chilly Partially cloudy

Sunny, hot Sunny, breeze

Foggy and chilly Rainy, flood

Rainy, cold Stormy, hurricane

Snowy, freezing Stormy, tornado/twister

Windy, sunny Icy, sunny, freezing

What’s the weather like in...?

QUIZ 2 (múltipla escolha) QUIZ 2 (múltipla escolha)

TRUE OR FALSE TRUE OR FALSE

Is the sentence True or False according to the picture?

FALSE FALSE

FALSE

FALSE FALSE

TRUE TRUE TRUE

1.

2.

3.

4.

5.

6.

7.

8.

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What’s the NOUN for the adjective/verb given? (type only the answer):

1.

1.

5.

5.

4.

4.

3.

3.

7.

7.

2.

2.

6.

6.

weight

10th

length

100 depth

16th

height

30th

narrow

22nd width

15

light

15th

TYPING 4 TYPING 4

Do you hear an ordinal or a cardinal number?

QUIZ 3 (múltipla escolha) QUIZ 3 (múltipla escolha)

TYPING 5 TYPING 5

Look at the picture and write how things will and won’t exist in the future:

(RESPOSTA LIVRE)

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45 45

Look at the map and answer the question:

Look at the picture and answer the question:

TYPING 6 TYPING 6

TYPING 7 TYPING 7

1.

1.

7.

10.

11.

12.

3.

3.

5.

8.

2.

2.

4.

6.

9.

In the North | Amazonas is in the North | It’s in the North | It is in the North

It’s on July 4th | It is on July 4th | It’s on the 4th of July | It is on the 4th of July In the Northeast | It’s in the Northeast | It is In the Northeast |

Ceará is in the Northeast

It’s on February 14th | It is on February 14th | It’s on the 14th of February | It is on the 14th of February

In the Southeast | Espírito Santo is in the Southeast | It’s in the Southeast | It is in the Southeast

It’s on October 31st | It is on October 31st | It’s on the 31st of October | It is on the 31st of October

In the Northeast | Maine, Vermont, New York are in the Northeast | Maine, Vermont and New York are in the Northeast | It’s in the Northeast | It is in the Northeast | They’re in the Northeast | They are in the Northeast

In the Northeast | Maine, Vermont, New York are in the Northeast | Maine, Vermont and New York are in the Northeast | It’s in the Northeast | It is in the Northeast | They’re in the Northeast | They are in the Northeast

In the South | Santa Catarina is in the South | It’s in the South | It is in the South

Virginia is in the East | It’s in the east | It is in the east | in the east

In the Southwest | Texas is in the Southwest | It’s in the Southwest | It is in the Southwest

In the Northeast | Washington is in the Northeast | It’s in the Northeast | It is in the Northeast

In the West | California is in the West | It’s in the West | It is in the West In the North | Montana is in the North | It’s in the North | It is in the North

In the North | Montana is in the North | It’s in the North | It is in the North

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4.

7.

6.

5.

8.

It’s on December 25th | It is on December 25th | It is on December 25th | It’s on the 25th of December | It is on the 25th of December

It’s on December 31st | It is on December 31st | It’s on the 31st of December | It is on the 31st of December

It’s January 1st | It is January 1st | It’s on January 1st | It is on January 1st | It’s on the 1st of January | It is on the 1st of January

It’s on September 7th | It is on September 7th | It’s on the 7th of September | It is on the 7th of September

It’s on December 24th | It is on December 24th | It’s on the 24th of December | It is on the 24th of December

Complete the sentences (type only the answer):

TYPING 8 TYPING 8

1. 13.

7.

4. 16.

10.

3. 15.

9.

6.

12.

2. 14.

8.

5.

11.

padlock breeze

own

knock stand

will

open feel

white

key ring

rainy

locked weather

sunny silent

afraid

Complete the sentences (type only the answer):

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47 47

ACTIVITIES

CONNECTION UNIT 8 UNIT 8

SPEAKING 1 SPEAKING 1

1. 17.

8. 24.

3. 19

10. 26.

5. 21.

12. 28.

29.

30.

31.

32 15.

6. 22.

13.

16.

7. 23.

2. 18.

9. 25.

4. 20.

11. 27

14.

to break ear

body chest

to hit knee

head

arm chin

leg hip

to fall forehead

finger back

to skate

forearm ankle

cheek thigh

to work out wrist

how long elbow

toe waist

mouth abdomen

to hurt shoulder

hand neck

Say the word in English:

ANSWER ANSWER

KEY KEY

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48 48

33. 35.

34. 36

heel crutches

cast ladder

DRAG&DROP

DRAG&DROP

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Write sentences using the picture and the information given:

TYPING 1 TYPING 1

1.

6.

3.

8.

5.

2.

7.

4.

9.

10.

11.

12.

13 14.

15.

16.

He’s afraid of taking a shot. | He is afraid of taking a shot. | He’s afraid of taking shots. | He is afraid of taking shots.

She’s fainting. | She is fainting.

She has a fever.

He has a cough. | He’s coughing. | He is coughing.

He has a cold.

She has the flu.

He’s sneezing. | He is sneezing.

He’s sneezing. | He is sneezing.

He’s going to throw up. | He is going to throw up.

She has a headache.

He has a backache.

He has an earache.

She’s dizzy. | She is dizzy.

He has a toothache.

She has a runny nose.

She has a stomachache.

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CONNECT 1 CONNECT 1

Match the sentences to its short answer:

I got over my cold

I always wake up early.

He never falls asleep before 10 pm.

I’ll miss the bus if I don’t hurry.

I’m going to change clothes.

She’s worried about her grades I hope you get a job.

I didn’t mean to hurt you.

She likes to draw.

So did I So did I

Neither does he

So will she So are we

So is her father So do my friends

Neither did your mother So does my brother

Rewrite with complete sentences:

TYPING 2 TYPING 2

1.

3.

5.

2.

4.

He didn’t answer the phone yesterday because he wasn’t home. | He did not answer the phone yesterday because he was not home. | He didn’t answer the phone yesterday because he was not home. | He did not answer the phone yesterday because he wasn’t at home

There were trees in the yard when I was a child.

Was there a car in front of the school when you arrived?

There weren’t any bees in the garden. | There were not any bees in the garden.

After many years I finally got to travel to Europe.

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7.

9.

10.

6.

8.

Did you remember to bring a hammer I asked you?

He smiled when I looked at him.

She couldn’t hold the screwdriver and it fell. | She could not hold the screwdriver and it fell.

If we win this game, we will be in 1st place.

If you apply for the job, you will get it.

Match the sentences to the option that correctly completes them:

CONNECT 2 CONNECT 2

She was hiding from me, when I found her.

I promise I will tell you the truth.

It is going to rain. Look at the clouds.

What are you going to do tonight?

He enjoyed playing in the snow.

She kept talking about her grades all night.

He’s such a moody person.

They’re such outgoing people.

1. 4.

3. 6.

2. 5.

such an the hottest

the best smarter

the windiest more immature

Choose the correct answer:

QUIZ 1 (múltipla escolha)

QUIZ 1 (múltipla escolha)

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7. 10.

9.

8. 11.

were each other

ours neither/nor

whose

Order the words:

ORDERING ORDERING

He isn’t anywhere around here.

Do you want to go anywhere tonight?

They’re nowhere. I can’t find them.

All the students are afraid of the test.

The whole school is coming to the lecture.

There is enough food for all tonight. Don’t worry.

There won’t be any time left to do this tomorrow.

TRUE OR FALSE TRUE OR FALSE

Is the sentence True or False according to the picture?

FALSE

FALSE FALSE

TRUE TRUE

TRUE 1.

2.

3.

4.

5.

6.

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Complete with verbs you’ve learned: When you…

TYPING 3 TYPING 3

1. 11.

12.

13.

14.

15.

16.

17.

18.

19.

20.

8.

3.

10.

5.

6.

7.

2.

9.

4.

understand choose

remind apologize

wear build

improve

get keep

enjoy own

forget

lie purchase

oversleep quit

attend fix

laugh hurts

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REVIEW

ACTIVITIES CONNECTION

UNIT UNIT

8D 8D

Choose the correct answer:

Are these sentences True or False according to the text?

REVIEW – QUIZ 1 REVIEW – QUIZ 1

Reading Comprehension – TRUE or FALSE Reading Comprehension – TRUE or FALSE

1.

2.

3.

4.

5.

6.

1.

2.

3.

4.

5.

7.

8.

9.

10.

11.

12 hasn’t got / mine

either / Both

Were there

other

fell / cut / put / ran / felt

told / believe / anymore

FALSE

TRUE TRUE TRUE FALSE

Did / forget

either / or

neither / nor

neither could

anyone

So does

ANSWER ANSWER

KEY KEY

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55 55

Answer according to the previous listening:

Match the opposites:

Correct the mistakes in the sentences (there’s only one per sentence; type only the answer):

Listening Comprehension – Quiz 1 (múltipla escolha) Listening Comprehension – Quiz 1 (múltipla escolha)

CONNECT 1 CONNECT 1

REVIEW - TYPING REVIEW - TYPING

1.

2.

3.

4.

5.

1.

2.

3.

4.

5.

1.

2.

3.

4.

5.

5.

7.

8.

9.

10.

he can help people to Africa

13 years old young people an education

end – beginning drama – comedy

boring – interesting short – long

the same – different

is going isn’t

fell was

worst

to get in – to get out

to wake up – to fall asleep down – up

outside – inside

to remember – to forget

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REVIEW -

REVIEW - DRAG & DROP DRAG & DROP

will be will be

will be will be

will be

will be will be will be was was

wore wore won’t

won’t

be able

be able snows snows

stand

stand

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REVIEW -

REVIEW - CONNECT 2 CONNECT 2

Match the words to their pictures:

T-shirt T-shirt

Hoodie Hoodie

Sweatshirt Sweatshirt

Pantyhose Pantyhose

Sweatpants Sweatpants

Blouse Blouse

Flip-flops Flip-flops

Shirt Shirt

Dress Dress

Slippers

Slippers

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