3rd Revision of English - Luiza Collet - 7th grade – Teacher Patrícia – 2nd Quarter – August

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  1. 1. 3rd Revision of English - Luiza Collet - 7th grade – Teacher Patrícia – 2nd Quarter – August 1 Luiza Collet – 7th grade – Teacher Patrícia – 2Nd Quarter – August CONTENT -Hotspot 4  Unit 13 – Talking about how we do things using adverbs of manner.  Unit 14 – Talking about how things are made and used using the present passive. -Hotspot 5  Unit 14 – Describing an experience, position and order of adjectives.  Unit 15 – Making complaints and apologising using the verbs of sense. HotSpot 4 - Unit 13 GRAMMAR ADVERBS OF MANNER Use A tortoise is slow. (An adjective describes a noun). A tortoise walks slowly. (An adverb of manner describes a verb)   We use adverbs of manner to describe adjectives, how something happens. Ex.: He’s walking slowly. She’s speaking quietly. They are playing well. Form We form most adverbs by adding –ly to the adjective. Slow  slowly Quiet  quietly STUDY WELL!!  This study was corrected by the teacher.
  2. 2. 3rd Revision of English - Luiza Collet - 7th grade – Teacher Patrícia – 2nd Quarter – August 2  Proud  proudly Beautiful  beautifully Adjectives ending in a consonant +y, we drop the “y” and add –ily. Happy  happily Greedy  greedily Guilty  Guiltily  Adjectives ending in-le change the –le to -ly. Horrible  horribly Terrible  terribly Gentle  gently  Exceptions Fast  fast Hard  hard Good  well VOCABULARY       Crumbs = (migalhas). Asleep = (dormindo). Guilt = (culpa). Greed = (gula). Either = (também não, etc). Sight = (suspirar). EXCERCISES 1. Label the pictures. STUDY WELL!!  This study was corrected by the teacher.
  3. 3. 3rd Revision of English - Luiza Collet - 7th grade – Teacher Patrícia – 2nd Quarter – August 2. Complete the sentences with an adverb. a) She dances __________. b) I walk to school __________. c) He is looking __________. d) They are talking __________. 3 HotSpot 5 - Unit 14 Grammar ADJECTIVES Position  The adjectives go before of the noun. Ex.: A big lion. / Big lions.  Generally, the adjectives go after the verb “to be”. Ex.: The boy is tall. Order  Adjectives of opinion come before adjectives that are considered facts. Ex.: A beautiful, tall girl.        Vocabulary Scuba diving = (mergulho). Manta ray = (tipo de raia). Swiss = (suíço). Woolly = (de lã). Sun-soaked = (banhado pelo sol). Coral polyps = (pólipos de corais). Narrow = (estreito). STUDY WELL!!  This study was corrected by the teacher.
  4. 4. 3rd Revision of English - Luiza Collet - 7th grade – Teacher Patrícia – 2nd Quarter – August 4   a) b) c) d) e) f) g) h) i) j) Great Barrier Reef = (grande barreira de corais – recifes). Leather = couro. Exercise 1. Put the adjectives in order. She’s a tall/French/kind girl. ___________________________. This is an large/amazing sofa. ___________________________. I have a Japanese/ expensive/ new car. ___________________________. My aunt has a silver/ antique/ beautiful necklace. _______________________. We play a long/nice/ Italian game. ___________________________. A (an) metal/ old / rectangular/ grey table. ___________________________. A (an) enormous/ Roman/ amazing monument. __________________________. A (an) cotton/ pretty/ red/ modern dress. ___________________________. A (an) Greek/ ancient/ big statue. ___________________________. A (an) ugly/ black/ square frame. ___________________________. HotSpot 5 - Unit 15 Grammar VERBS OF SENSE Ex.: feel, hear, taste, smell, and see. Adjectives describe nouns. Ex.: A big elephant. Adverbs of Manner describe verbs. Ex.: I play the piano badly.  To describe “verbs of sense” we use adjectives when they are not related with actions but with a state. The soup smells horrible. (Smells = verb of sense, horrible = adjective). The dog was smelling the boy excitedly. (Smelling = verb of action, excitedly = adverb). Exercise 1. Complete the sentences with the correct form of these verbs (smell, feel, hear, taste, see). a) This food _______ sweet. b) Your clothes _______ smoky. Have you been near a fire? STUDY WELL!!  This study was corrected by the teacher. USEFUL EXPRESSIONS Making complaints My shoes are too tight. My mobile phone isn’t working. Apologising I apologise about… We’re so sorry...
  5. 5. 3rd Revision of English - Luiza Collet - 7th grade – Teacher Patrícia – 2nd Quarter – August c) Look. You can _______ the whole city from here. d) Can you _______ that music? e) I _______ very happy. 5 HotSpot 4 - Unit 14 Grammar PRESENT SIMPLE PASSIVE Use We can use the passive when we do not know or when it is not important who or what does or did something. Ex.: People drink coffee in Brazil. (Active voice) Coffee is drunk in Brazil (by people). (Passive voice). Form  The object of the active voice becomes the subject of the passive voice.  IS/ ARE + PAST PARTICIPLE  We can use by to say who or what does something. Ex.: Santa Claus brings presents. (Active voice). Presents are brought by Santa Claus (Passive voice). Vocabulary           Landscape = (paisagem) Threaten = (ameaçar). Pin = (alfinete). Needle = (agulha). Pour = (despejar). Cocoa pods = (vagens de cacau). Cocoa beans = (cacau em amêndoas). Shade = (sombra fixa: de uma árvore, casa...) Shadow = (sombra: de uma pessoa, que segue) Spread out = (espalhar). STUDY WELL!!  This study was corrected by the teacher.
  6. 6. 3rd Revision of English - Luiza Collet - 7th grade – Teacher Patrícia – 2nd Quarter – August 6    Ripe = (maduro). Load = (carregar). Roast = (assar). Exercises 1. Complete the sentences using the present passive of the verbs. 2. Read the text. Then write the correct words to finish the sentences. 3. Write these active sentences in passive sentences. a) Spread out the beans. ________________________________________________________________ b) Pour the liquid into chocolate bar shapes. STUDY WELL!!  This study was corrected by the teacher.
  7. 7. 3rd Revision of English - Luiza Collet - 7th grade – Teacher Patrícia – 2nd Quarter – August 7 ________________________________________________________________ c) Roast the beans. ________________________________________________________________ d) Add milk and sugar._________________________________ STUDY WELL!!  This study was corrected by the teacher.

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