1st Revision of English - Luiza Collet - 7th grade – Teacher Patrícia – 3rd Quarter – September

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HotSpot - Unit 17

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HotSpot - Unit 19

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1st revision of english - 7th grade/ 8th grade - 3rd quarter

  1. 1. 1st Revision of English - Luiza Collet - 7th grade – Teacher Patrícia – 3rd Quarter – September 1 Luiza Collet – 7th grade – Teacher Patrícia – 3rd Quarter – September CONTENT -Hotspot 4  Unit 15 – Talking about a past situation using the” past passive” and “indefinite pronouns”.  Unit 16 –Skills: general-knowledge.  Unit 17 – Talking about what things had happened by a time in the past using the “past perfect”.  Unit 18 – Talking about what you could and had to do in the past using the past modals “could and had to”.  Unit 19 – Making wishes about hobbies and talents using “wish + past simple” and “so, such”. HotSpot - Unit 15 GRAMMAR PRESENT PASSIVE PAST PASSIVE Form: Is/are + past participle Form: Was/ were + past participle Ex.: Coffe is grown in Brazil. Ex.: The car was towed away by a tow truck. The passangers were injured (by a car). They were taken to hospital by ambulance. INDEFINITE PRONOUNS Affirmative Sentences Somebody was injured. Nobody went. I went nowhere. Somewhere, everywhere, everything, everyone, no one, etc. Negative sentences (any) I didn’t see anyone. I don’t think anybody went. I didn’t go anywhere last night. Questions (any) Is anyone here? Did anybody go? Did you go anywhere last night?
  2. 2. 1st Revision of English - Luiza Collet - 7th grade – Teacher Patrícia – 3rd Quarter – September 2 VOCABULARY             Powder = (pó) Leather = (couro) Silk = (seda) To heat = (esquentar) Tow truck = (guincho) To tow = (guinchar) To injure = (ferir) Eyewitness = (testemunha ocular) To damage = (danificar) To arrest = prender (na prisão) Run over =( atropelar) Nanny = (babá) EXCERCISES 1. Make sentences using the prompts and the past passive. 2. Choose the correct indefinite pronoun to finish the sentences. 3. Write those sentences in the passive. a) JK Rowling wrote Harry Potter. _____________________________________ b) Picasso painted in many different styles.____________________________
  3. 3. 1st Revision of English - Luiza Collet - 7th grade – Teacher Patrícia – 3rd Quarter – September c) The man who stole the car has been arrested.______________________ d) They built their own house with the help of some friends. _______________________________________________________________ 3 HotSpot - Unit 16 VOCABULARY Mankind = all the people in the world EXCERCISES 1. Are these sentences active or passive? 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. I decorated the living room last year. Ben wrote to the council about the noisy neighbours. The furniture was bought at a local market. The Internet was invented during the 1950's The police were called just after midnight. I took the exam last year. 2. For each question, complete the second sentence so that it means the same as the first. A) They designed the area to appeal to young people. The area ________________ to appeal to young people. B) The company exported their products all over the world. The company's products ________________ all over the world. C) Shakespeare wrote Hamlet around 1600. Hamlet ________________ Shakespeare around 1600. D) Scientists found large amounts of chemicals in the river. Large amounts ________________ of chemicals in the river.
  4. 4. 1st Revision of English - Luiza Collet - 7th grade – Teacher Patrícia – 3rd Quarter – September HotSpot - Unit 17 4 GRAMMAR PAST PERFECT Use We use the past perfect to talk about things which had happened before a moment in the past. Ex.: When my mum arrived, I had eaten breakfast. Form Had/ hadn’t + past participle Ex.: When my mum arrived, I had had breakfast. VOCABULARY      Sink = (pia) Mug = (caneca) Drawers = (gavetas) Mend = (consertar) Shelves = (prateleiras)  To spill = (derramar) EXERCISES 1. Write what had Suzie done or hadn’t done before her mum arrived yesterday. a) b) c) d) e) f) g) ______________________________________________ ______________________________________________ ______________________________________________ ______________________________________________ ______________________________________________ ______________________________________________ ______________________________________________
  5. 5. 1st Revision of English - Luiza Collet - 7th grade – Teacher Patrícia – 3rd Quarter – September 5 2. Re-order the letters to finish naming the chores. 3. Write the words. 1– 2– 3– 4– 5– 6– 7– HotSpot - Unit 18 GRAMMAR CAN (ABILITY) The past of “can” is “could” HAVE TO (OBLIGATION) The past of “have to” is “had to” VOCABULARY      Knight = (cavaleiro) Inn = (taberna) Sword = (espada) Armour = (armadura) Harpsichord = (cravo – piano de dois teclados)
  6. 6. 1st Revision of English - Luiza Collet - 7th grade – Teacher Patrícia – 3rd Quarter – September 6 EXCERCISES 1. Write the missing silent letter. 2. Write five sentences about when you were Five using “could” or “couldn’t”. Use the images to help you. 1. ______________________________________________ 2. ______________________________________________ 3. ______________________________________________ 4. ______________________________________________ 5. ______________________________________________ 3. Circle the correct words, according to King Arthur’s story. a) Arthur had to/ didn’t have to pull hard to take the sword out of the stone. b) The knights had to/ didn’t have to have their swords for the tournament. c) The knights could/ couldn’t take the sword out of the stone. 4. What’s that? a. b. c. d.
  7. 7. 1st Revision of English - Luiza Collet - 7th grade – Teacher Patrícia – 3rd Quarter – September HotSpot - Unit 19 7 GRAMMAR WISH + PAST SIMPLE Use We use wish + past simple to regret present situations (that we’d like to be different). Ex.: I wish I had talent for invention. (Eu queria/ gostaria de ter talento) I wish I wasn’t such a bad cook. (Sou um cozinheiro ruim, gostaria que fosse diferente). We can use “were” instead of “was” after “wish”. Ex.: I wish I were taller. SO/ SUCH So + adjective/ adverb We use “so” with adjectives or adverbs. I’m so happy. I play so badly. Such + (adj) noun We use “such” to make reference about nouns, normally we put an article after “such”. I’m such a bad cook. I’m such a good student. VOCABULARY    Cook =(cozinheiro) Cooker = (fogão) Ache = (dor) EXCERCISES 1. Use I wish and the verb in brackets to finish the sentences.
  8. 8. 1st Revision of English - Luiza Collet - 7th grade – Teacher Patrícia – 3rd Quarter – September 8 2. Use “so” or “such”. 3. Look at the picture. Then finish the sentence with the correct word. STUDY WELL!  This study was corrected by the teacher.

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