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Name: _______________________________________N________Class: _______ Date: ____/____/____ Teacher:


1. 2. 3. 4. Acompanhe o calendrio de aulas e provas que ser entregue juntamente com o Edital; A presena nas aulas obrigatria. As faltas devem ser justificadas; Os instrumentos de avaliao da recuperao so: Trabalho (2,0) / Prova (8,0) Os trabalhos devero ser entregues para o professor no dia marcado por ele. No sero aceitas atividades entregues fora deste prazo.

Contedos a serem trabalhados na recuperao

Present Simple Affirmative Interrogative and Negative Present Continuous Affirmative Interrogative and Negative Simple Past Affirmative Interrogative and Negative

Descrio do trabalho
Este roteiro tem o objetivo de ajud-lo em seu trabalho durante o perodo de recuperao.

1. Reflexo Voc fez todas as lies de casa? Voc tem o seu material completo e organizado? Voc prestou ateno nas aulas? Voc procurou participar positivamente falando ingls sempre que possvel? Voc tentou tirar suas dvidas com a professora? 2. O que voc precisa saber ao final da recuperao? Fazer uso adequado dos tempos verbais (present simple, present continuous & simple past) no processo de produo e compreenso oral e escrita. 3. Como estudar? Participe positivamente das aulas e tire suas dvidas com a professora; Faa todos os exerccios da Apostila de Recuperao; Entregar as atividades no prazo combinado.

Simple Present Tense I

The Simple Present Tense is used to express: Facts Classes start at 7:25am. / I live in So Paulo. Habitual actions I study English twice a week. / She does her homework every day. Universal truths The sun rises in the east. / Water freezes at zero degrees. I, you, we, they - verb in the infinitive form, without to to go - I go to school every day. to dance - We dance every Saturday. he, she, it (3rd person singular): add -s; -es (verbs that end in ss, sh, ch, x and o) or -ies (verbs ending in y preceded by a consonant) -s - She dances every day. / He likes chocolate. -es - She goes to work by car. / He watches TV at night. -ies - She studies in Africa. /He flies to Europe every year. * Exception: to have - She has a new car.

Meet Mike. Hes a student in Cape Town, South Africa. Hi, Im Michael, but you can call me Mike. I study at the Belville Elementary School in Cape Town. This is my day: I usually get up very early at about 6 oclock. I have breakfast with my family and then leave for school at 7:00 am. I take the school bus in front of my house and get to school before 8:00 am. I have classes from 8:00 am to 02:30 pm. We study very hard math, English, geography, science I have lunch at the school cafeteria at 12:30pm, but the food isnt good. After school, I play soccer with my friends at the community center. I arrive home at 5:00 pm and do my homework. My parents get home from work at 6 and we all have dinner together at about 7:30 pm. In the evening I watch TV with my parents and sometimes play videogames. I usually go to bed at 10:00 pm. (from The Richmond Simplified Grammar of English)

1. Complete the table with Mikes activities. Pay attention to the example. Time 6:00 7:00 8:00 - 2:30 12:30 5:00 7:30 10:00 2. Now write the times and describe your day. Time Activity I..... Activity He gets up.

Frequency Adverbs How often?

Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday once a week twice a week three times a week every day


3. Answer these questions about yourself. Give complete answers. 1. How often do you go to the cinema? I often go to the cinema 2. How often do you swim? ___________________________________________________ 3. How often do you eat meat? ________________________________________________ 4. How often do you do your homework? ________________________________________ 5. How often do you play computer games? _____________________________________ 6. How often do you have English classes? ______________________________________ 7. How often do you make your bed? ___________________________________________ 8. How often do you study English? ____________________________________________ 9. How often do you go on a study trip? _________________________________________ 10. How often do you travel with your family? _____________________________________

Simple Present Tense II

The negative and interrogative forms of the simple present tense are formed as follows: I, you, we, they: auxiliary verb Do + verb in the infinitive form, without to to go - Do you go to the club every weekend? - No, I dont. to smile - Why do you smile so much? - Because I dont like to cry he, she, it (3rd person singular): auxiliary verb (3rd person) Does + verb in the infinitive form, without to to have - What does she have in her bag? She doesnt have many things, only a wallet. to watch - What kind of movies does he like to watch? He doesnt like movies a lot.

Affirmative I work You work He works She works It works We work You work They work

Interrogative Do I work? Do you work? Does he work? Does she work? Does it work? Do we work? Do you work? Do they work?

Negative I do not work. / I dont work. You do not work. / You dont work. He does not work. / He doesnt work. She does not work. / She doesnt work. It does not work. / It doesnt work. We do not work. / We dont work. You do not work. / You dont work. They do not work. / They dont work.

4. Unscramble the sentences.

1. TV / does/ watch / she/ every day / ? Does she watch TV every day? 2. Spanish / you / why / study / do / ? _________________________________________________________________________ 3. your brother/ where / work / does / ? _________________________________________________________________________ 4. usually / do / go / you / by car / to school / ? _________________________________________________________________________ 5. love / the movies / to go / they / to / do / ? _________________________________________________________________________ 6. oclock / up / six / we / get / at /. _________________________________________________________________________ 7. hamburgers / they / eat / every / day / dont /. _________________________________________________________________________ 8. bed / you / make / your / do / ? _________________________________________________________________________

5. Write true sentences (affirmative or negative) about yourself. 1. (eat / spaghetti) I eat spaghetti. 2. (like / watching soccer on TV) I dont like watching soccer on TV. 3. (go to the club everyday) ___________________________________________________ 4. (dance ballet) ____________________________________________________________ 5. (play videogames on Sundays) ______________________________________________ 6. (play basketball) __________________________________________________________ 7. (do homework)___________________________________________________________ 8. (hang out with friends)______________________________________________________ 9. (go to the movies) ________________________________________________________ 10. (listen to music) _________________________________________________________

6. Read what Claudia says. I come from So Paulo, Brazil. Im 25 years old and Im an English teacher. What do I do every day? I get up at 6:30 and have breakfast. Then I go to school on foot. Classes start at 8:00. I usually have lunch in the school canteen. After class I usually go home. I have lots of things to correct!!

7. Now answer the questions about Susanne.

1. How old is Claudia?

2. What time does she get up?

3. What does she do?

4. How does she go to school?

5. Where does she have lunch?

6. Where does she go after class? _________________________________________________________________________

8. What do you do every day? Compare yourself and a friend. Make true sentences. 1. I get up at 6:00 every day. My friend gets up at 5:30 every day. 2. I have lunch at ________________________________________________________ . My friend _____________________________________________________________ . 3. I watch TV at __________________________________________________________ . My friend _____________________________________________________________ . 4. I go to bed at __________________________________________________________ . My friend _____________________________________________________________ . 7

9. Look at the pictures. Write what the boy does every day.


He gets up at 6:30. 2.

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1. Choose the correct answer. 1. We use the present continuous to talk about: a) what happens every day b) what is happening now 2. We use the present continuous to talk about: a) temporary events b) regular actions 3. To make the present continuous, we use the simple present of: a) have + verb + -ing b) be + verb + -ing. 4. For verbs ending in -e, we: a) double the final letter b) drop the -e and add -ing. 5. For some verbs ending in consonant + vowel + consonant (c-v-c), we: a) double the final letter b) drop the final letter before we add -ing.

2. Complete the sentences with these verbs. walking playing wearing looking painting doing singing talking standing holding

1. We are _______________ an exercise. 2. The actor is _______________ a song. 3. The children are _______________ a picture. 4. The man is _______________ blue jeans. 5. The girl is _______________ a book in her hand. 6. His mother is _______________ the piano. 7. The guide is _______________ to the tourists. 8. The people are _______________ at the actor. 9. The ghost is _______________ this way! 10. The woman is _______________ on the right.

4. Read the letter and match the questions with the answers. Hello Mark! Were having a great time in England. Today were visiting Oxford its a beautiful old city near London. There are lots of tourists here and lots of colleges! The buildings are fantastic. Were looking at Magdalen College (say Maudlen) its over 500 years old. Were sitting in a park next to the college. Right now there arent any tourists in the park , but there are lots of trees and flowers. Lauren is taking pictures of the flowers and James is having lunch. Are there any good attractions in Rome? Are you having a good holiday? See you soon! Adam 1. Is Adam having a good time? 2. What place is he visiting in Oxford? 3. Are there lots of colleges in Oxford? 4. How old is Magdalen College? 5. Where is Adam sitting? 6. Are there any tourists in the park? 7. What is Lauren doing? 8. Is James having breakfast? 9. Who is Adam writing to? 10. Where is his friend staying? ( ( ( ( ( ( ( ( ( ( ) ) ) ) ) ) ) ) ) ) Hes staying in Rome. In a park. Yes, he is. His friend, Mark. Magdalen College No, he isnt. Yes, there are. No, there arent. Over 500 years old. Shes taking pictures.

5. Complete the conversation. Use the present continuous forms with contractions. Use the verbs in the box.






The Adams family and the Morgan family are having a barbecue in the Morgans backyard. Mr. Morgans daughter, Pam, is calling from college. Shes speaking to her brother George. Pam: Hi. Its Pam. Whats happening? George: Were having a barbecue. Pam: Great! Whats Dad doing? George: ______________________________ hot dogs. Pam: And Mom? George: __________________________ to Mrs. Adams. Pam: Are the Adams daughters there? George: Yes. They ___________________________ hamburgers. Pam: And what about you? George: Well, Pam, ________________________ coke and Im ________________________ to you. 10


1. Choose the correct answer. 1 There are only two / three simple past forms of be. 2 In questions, the subject (I, he, she, etc.) comes before / after the verb. 3 We use was/were to talk about the present / past. 4 The short form of was not is werent / wasnt. 5 We use were with I, he, she, and it / we, you, and they.

2. Study the pictures.

Bob is at work. At midnight last night he wasnt at work. He was in bed. He was asleep. Last night Now

am/is (present) I am so tired. Where is Bella? The weather is nice today. are (present) We are happy! You are late! They arent here. Affirmative I, He, She, It was You, We, They were

was (past) I was tired last night. Where was Bella yesterday? The weather was nice last week. were (past) We were happy! You were late yesterday! They werent here last Sunday. Negative Interrogative Was I, he, she, it Were you, we, they

I, He, She, It wasnt You, We, They werent


3. Where were these people at 3 oclock yesterday afternoon? Where were you? 1 2 3 4 5

1. Bill ____________ in __________________. 2. Liza and Paul _______________ at _______________. 3. Kate _______________ at the _______________ . 4. Mr. and Mrs. Brown ____________ on the __________________ . 5. Josh ____________ at the __________________ . 6. And you? I ________________________ . 4. Write was/wasnt or were/werent. 1. We werent happy with the hotel. Our room _____ very small, and it _______ very clean. 2. Bill ___________ at work last week because he __________ sick. Hes better now. 3. Yesterday ________ a holiday, so the banks ________ closed. Theyre open today. 4. _______ Kate and John at the party? Kate _______ there, but John _______ . 5. Where are my keys? I dont know. They ____________ on the table, but theyre not there now. 6. You ____________ at home last night. Where ____________ you?

5. Complete the text. Use was, were, wasnt, were and werent. JOHN LENNON (1940-1980) John Lennon ___________ from Liverpool. In Britain. At school, he was interested in art and music but he ___________ a very good student. At 16, he ___________ in his first group but they ___________ very popular. Four years later, John ___________ in a new group. Their music ___________ original and exciting, and they ___________ number one in Britain and America. Their names? The Beatles!


6. Read the text. Complete 110 with A, B, or C. Nina: Where 1 ___ yesterday evening, Paul? We were outside the caf at 7 oclock but you 2 ___ there. Paul: No. I 3 ___ late. Sorry! Nina: 4 ___ at home? Paul: Yes, I 5 ___ in the shower! What about you? Nina: I 6 ___ in the caf with Zak all evening. We 7 ___ worried about you. Paul: 8 ___ with you, too? Nina: No, 9 ___ . She 10 ___ at Georges house. C you werent C was C werent C Was I C were C was C wasnt C Was Dora C was she C werent

1 A you were 2 A wasnt 3 A was 4 A I was 5 A was 6 A were 7 A was 8 A Dora was 9 A she wasnt 10 A was

B were you B werent B were B Were you B werent B werent B were B Dora were B she was B were