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  1. 1. Exercises 1 EXERCISES NEW ENGLISH POINT – BOOK 2 Pre Unit 1. Write what these people are doing. Model: drink / coconut water Jane is drinking coconut water. a. read / a book Betty is reading a book. b. eat / a sandwich Bob is eating a sandwich. c. play / soccer Bill and Fred are playing soccer. d. read / newspaper Walter is reading a newspaper. 2. Listen to the questions and mark the correct answer. O professor deverá fazer as perguntas a seguir e dar uma pequena pausa entre cada uma para o aluno marcar a resposta. a. Are there two islands in this picture? b. Is there a waterfall in this picture? c. Are there mountains in this picture? d. Are there sand dunes in this picture? e. Is there a beautiful beach in this picture? New English Point – Book 2
  2. 2. Exercises 2 a. ( ) Yes, there is. ( ) No, there isn’t. ( ) Yes, there are. ( X ) No, there aren’t b. ( ) Yes, there is. ( X ) No, there isn’t. ( ) Yes, there are. ( ) No, there aren’t c. ( ) Yes, there is. ( ) No, there isn’t. ( X ) Yes, there are. ( ) No, there aren’t d. ( ( ) Yes, there is. ) No, there isn’t. ( X ) Yes, there are. ( ) No, there aren’t New English Point – Book 2
  3. 3. Exercises e. 3 ( X ) Yes, there is. ( ) No, there isn’t. ( ) Yes, there are. ( ) No, there aren’t 3. Complete the dialogs using the given words. Londrina Model: José isn’t from Campo Grande, is he? No, he isn’t. Where is he from? He is from Londrina. Aracaju a. Tânia isn’t from Maceió, is she? No, she isn’t. Where is she from? She is from Aracaju. Porto Alegre b. Carlos and Ricardo aren’t from Rio de Janeiro, are they? No, they aren’t. Where are they from? They are from Porto Alegre. Rio Branco c. Roberto isn’t from Manaus, is he? No, he isn’t. New English Point – Book 2
  4. 4. Exercises 4 Where is he from? He is from Rio Branco. 4. Harold is talking to his friend Judy. Complete the dialog with am, is or are. Harold: Hello, Judy! How are you? Judy: I am fine, thank you. And you? Harold: Well, thank you. Judy, where is your sister, Mary? Judy: She is in Salvador. Harold: What is she doing there? Judy: She is on vacation. Harold: And you? Where are you going now? Judy: I am going to the movies. Harold: Great! I am going to the movies too. 5. Let’s check what you know about Brazil. Complete the dialogs. Mato Grosso – Paraíba – Minas Gerais – Pernambuco – Rio Grande do Sul – São Paulo – Amazonas Models: Where is Belo Horizonte? It is in Minas Gerais. Where are Porto Alegre and Gramado? They are in Rio Grande do Sul. a. Where are João Pessoa and Campina Grande? They are in Paraíba. b. Where is Cuiabá? It is in Mato Grosso. c. Where are Campinas and São Paulo? They are in São Paulo. d. Where is Manaus? New English Point – Book 2
  5. 5. Exercises 5 It is in Amazonas. e. Where are Recife and Olinda? They are in Pernambuco. New English Point – Book 2
  6. 6. Exercises 6 Unit 1 1. Write questions using the possessive case. Model: What / your teacher / name? What is your teacher’s name? a. Where / his grandmother / house? Where is his grandmother’s house? b. When / your parents / birthdays? When are your parents’ birthdays? c. Who / Mrs. Taylor / son? Who is Mrs. Taylor’s son? d. Where / Joan / cousins from? Where are Joan’s cousins from? e. What / the student / full name? What is the student’s full name? f. How old / Richard / daughter? How old is Richard’s daughter? g. What time / your sister / party? What time is your sister’s party? 2. Look at the calendar and answer the questions. Sunday 6 13 Monday 7 14 Tuesday 1 8 15 Wednesday 2 9 16 Thursday 3 10 17 Friday 4 11 18 Saturday 5 12 19 New English Point – Book 2
  7. 7. Exercises 20 27 7 21 28 22 29 23 30 24 31 25 26 a. What day of the week is the twenty-second? It’s Tuesday. b. What day of the week is the eighth? It’s Tuesday. c. What day of the week is the thirtieth? It’s Wednesday. d. What day of the week is the tenth? It’s Thursday. e. What day of the week is the nineteenth? It’s Saturday. f. What day of the week is the thirteenth? It’s Sunday. g. What day of the week is the twenty-eighth? It’s Monday. h. What day of the week is the fourth? It’s Friday. 3. Complete the sentences. a. June comes after May. b. November comes before December. c. August comes after July. d. February comes after January. e. May comes after April. 4. Complete the sentences using the words from the box. Portuguese – Rome – London – Brazilian – Chinese – Beijing a. My new neighbor is from Lisbon. He is Portuguese. b. Cheng is from Beijing. He is Chinese. c. My father is from Brazil. He is Brazilian. d. My aunt is from London. She is English. e. My friends, Jack and Roger, are from Rome. They are Italian. 5. Mark the correct answer with an X. a. Helen’s birthday is … March. b. Laura’ party is … November 3rd. IN X ON X New English Point – Book 2
  8. 8. Exercises 8 c. Deborah’s test is … Saturday. d. Labor Day is … May. e. My birthday is … January 28th. X X X 6. Complete the questions with who, when, where or what. a. When is Susy’s birthday? It’s in September. b. Who is she? She’s my sister. c. What is your first name? It’s Sally. d. Where is Roger from? He is from New Mexico. 7. When are these days celebrated in Brazil? Complete the chart. a. Labor Day b. Independence Day c. Christmas Day d. Indian’s Day e. New Year’s Day f. Tiradentes’ Day g. Teacher’s Day h. Flag Day May first September seventh December twenty-fifth April nineteenth January first April twenty-first October fifteenth November nineteenth New English Point – Book 2
  9. 9. Exercises 9 Unit 2 1. Ask questions and answer them according to the pictures. Model: What can he do? He can dive. a. What can they do? They can run. b. What can she do? She can dance. c. What can they do? They can surf. New English Point – Book 2
  10. 10. Exercises 10 d. What can she do? She can swim. e. What can he do? He can play volleyball. 2. Complete the sentences with question tags. a. Jim can’t fight judo, can he? b. My sister can swim well, can’t she? c. You can’t run, can you? d. They can dance well, can’t they? e. The men can’t surf, can they? 3. Complete the sentences using too or either. a. Jane can run 2 kilometers and Jack can run 2 kilometers too. b. Jimmy can’t play volleyball and Susy can’t play volleyball either. c. Susan can surf and Bob can surf too. d. Mark can dance well and Joan can dance well too. New English Point – Book 2
  11. 11. Exercises 11 4. Rewrite in the contracted form. a. He cannot dive. He can’t dive. b. She cannot play tennis. She can’t play tennis. c. They cannot dance well. They can’t dance well. d. I cannot swim. I can’t swim. New English Point – Book 2
  12. 12. Exercises 12 Unit 3 1. Find out the verbs. a. i – s – n – h – f – i finish b. l – l – c – a call c. e – e – a – v – l leave d. y – a – l – p play e. v – e – r – i – d drive f. t – u – d – y – s study Now complete the sentences using the verbs above in the present tense. a. Jessica’s class finishes at three o’clock every day. b. Roger’s mother calls him every morning. c. I leave home at six o’clock on Mondays. d. Bob and I play soccer on Tuesdays. e. Your father drives you to school every day. f. Bill and Tim study French. 2. Choose all the correct questions for each answer. a. Deborah eats breakfast at nine o’clock on Sundays. ( X ) What time does Deborah eat breakfast on Sundays? ( X ) When does Deborah eat breakfast at nine o’clock? ( X ) What does Deborah eat at nine o’clock on Sundays? ( ) Why does Deborah eat breakfast at nine o’clock? b. The children get up at six o’clock every day. New English Point – Book 2
  13. 13. Exercises ( 13 ) Where do the children get up? ( X ) What time do the children get up every day? ( X ) When do the children get up at six o’clock? ( ) Why do the children get up at six o’clock every day? c. Thomas does his homework in the afternoon. ( X ) When does Thomas do his homework? ( X ) What does Thomas do in the afternoon? ( ) Where does Thomas do in the afternoon? ( ) Why does Thomas do his homework in the afternoon? c. Jessica studies French on Fridays. ( X ) What does Jessica study on Fridays? ( X ) When does Jessica study French? ( ) Why does Jessica study French? 3. Write where these people live and work and what their phone numbers are. Kurt Company Name: Jane Watson Address: 25 Oak Street Phone number: 2350 8123 Model: Where does Jane Watson work? She works at 25 Oak Street. Where does she live? She lives at 25 Oak Street. What’s her phone number? It’s 2350 8123. New English Point – Book 2
  14. 14. Exercises 14 Reck Company Name: James Carter Address: 45 Rose Street Phone number: 2334 2378 a. Where does James Carter work? He works at Reck Company. Where does he live? He lives at 45 Rose Street. What’s his phone number? It’s 2334 2378. Kon Factory Name: Oliver Taylor Address: 30 Beach Avenue Phone number: 4555 1166 b. Where does Oliver Taylor work? He works at Kon factory. Where does he live? He lives at 30 Beach Avenue. What’s his phone number? It’s 4555 1166. Saint Germain Hospital Name: Trish Johnson Address: 19 Park Avenue Phone number: 5000 8998 New English Point – Book 2
  15. 15. Exercises 15 c. Where does Trish Johnson work? She works at Saint Germain Hospital. Where does she live? She lives at 19 Park Avenue. What’s her phone number? It’s 5000 8998. 4. Write negative sentences using the verbs in parentheses in the simple present tense. a. My sister doesn’t watch TV shows in the morning. (watch) b. Paul and I don’t get up late on Sundays. (get up) c. James’ parents don’t go to the movies during the week. (go) d. I don’t drink milk at breakfast. (drink) New English Point – Book 2
  16. 16. Exercises 16 Unit 4 1. Write on what day(s) you do the following activities. Resposta pessoal. a. Go to school – b. Go to the club – c. Go to the park – d. Play soccer – e. Play volleyball – f. Study – g. Watch TV – h. Read a book – 2. Change the sentences to the simple present tense using every day. a. My sister is going to school now. My sister goes to school every day. b. We aren’t playing tennis now. We don’t play tennis every day. c. Is Jack studying Portuguese now? Does Jack study Portuguese every day? d. My friends and I are eating sandwiches now. My friends and I eat sandwiches every day. e. Vincent isn’t reading a book now. Vincent doesn’t read a book every day. 3. Write sentences about how often Mark does some activities. New English Point – Book 2
  17. 17. Exercises 17 always usually often sometimes hardly never ever a. read books b. make his bed c. hang out with his friends d. take the subway e. go to the movies f. sleep early X X X X X X a. He always reads books. b. He hardly ever makes his bed. c. He often hangs out with his friends. d. He usually takes the subway. e. He sometimes goes to the movies. f. He never sleeps early. 4. Make questions for these answers. a. How often does he eat sandwiches at lunch time? He never eats sandwiches at lunch time. b. When do you get up early? Why do you get up early on Mondays? I get up early on Mondays because my classes start at seven o’clock. c. What does Thomas like? Thomas likes books. 4. Complete the dialogs using the words in parentheses. Model: What kind of books does the boy like? (adventure / intriguing) He likes adventure books. Why? Because they’re intriguing. New English Point – Book 2
  18. 18. Exercises 18 a. What kind of books doesn’t she like? (fiction / boring) She doesn’t like fiction books. Why? Because they’re boring. b. What kind of books do the students like? (comics / funny) They like comic books. Why? Because they’re funny. c. What kind of books does the teacher like? (mystery / interesting) She likes mistery books. Why? Because they’re interesting. New English Point – Book 2
  19. 19. Exercises 19 Unit 5 1. Read the text and underline all the verbs in the simple present tense. I have breakfast at 6:30 every day. Then I go to school. My classes start at eight o’clock and finish at twelve o’clock. After school I have lunch at home. In the afternoon, I do my homework and play soccer or tennis. In the evening, I have dinner at about 7:30 and watch TV. At about nine o’clock I take a shower and go to bed. Now, rewrite the text in the third person singular. Bill has breakfast at 6:30 every day. Then he goes to school. His classes start at eight o’clock and finish at twelve o’clock. After school he has lunch at home. In the afternoon, he does his homework and plays soccer or tennis. In the evening, he has dinner at about 7:30 and watches TV. At about nine o’clock he takes a shower and goes to bed. 2. Underline the correct adjective according to the picture. a. Joan has curly/straight hair. New English Point – Book 2
  20. 20. Exercises 20 b. Becky has long/short hair. F c. Their feet are small/big. d. Carol has black/brown hair. 3. Rewrite the sentences using the opposite of the underlined words. Follow the model. Model: This boy is tall. He is not a short boy. a. This girl is thin. She is not a fat girl. b. This woman is old. She is not a young woman. c. This house is big. It is not a small house. New English Point – Book 2
  21. 21. Exercises 21 d. This movie is boring. It is not an interesting movie. 4. Complete the sentences with question tag. a. Susy doesn’t have pimples, does she? b. Joyce has some freckles, doesn’t she? c. Tom doesn’t have long hair, does he? d. Yuri has short hair, doesn’t he? 5. Complete the sentences with is, are, has or have. a. Joseph is tall. b. Those boys are nice. c. Mrs. Smith has long straight hair. d. Cathy has blue eyes. e. Thelma and Joyce are short. f. William is thirty years old. g. My cousins have short curly hair. New English Point – Book 2
  22. 22. Exercises 22 Unit 6 1. Write C for the countable nouns and U for the uncountable nouns. a. butter ( U ) b. cookie ( C ) c. sandwich ( C ) d. sugar ( U ) e. egg ( C ) f. milk ( U ) g. peach ( C ) h. jelly ( U ) i. cracker ( C ) j. cheese ( U ) k. yogurt ( U ) Now complete the sentences using there is a little / there are a few. a. There is a little butter on the bread. b. There are a few cookies in the packet. c. There are a few sandwiches on the table. d. There is a little sugar in the cup. e. There are a few eggs in the fridge. f. There is a little milk in the glass. g. There are a few peaches on the table. h. There is a little jelly in the jar. i. There are a few crackers in the packet. j. There is a little cheese in the fridge. k. There is a little yogurt in the glass. 2. Ask questions using how much or how many. a. How many crackers does Joyce want? Joyce wants a lot of crackers. New English Point – Book 2
  23. 23. Exercises 23 b. How much milk do you need? I need a lot of milk. c. How many bagels do the children want? The children want a lot of bagels. d. How many eggs do you need? I need five eggs. e. How much ham does your mother need? My mother doesn’t need much ham. f. How many rolls do you want? I don’t want many rolls. 3. Describe what there is in the kitchen. Use a lot of, a few or a little. Model: There is a little rice on the plate. a. There are a lot of eggs in the fridge. b. There are a few candies on the table. c. There are a lot of cookies in the packet. d. There is a little coffee in the cup. e. There is a little jam in the jar. New English Point – Book 2
  24. 24. Exercises 24 f. There is a lot of butter on the bread. 4. Unscramble the sentences. a. fridge / in / is / juice / orange / the / the The orange juice is in the fridge. b. this / conditioners / good / are / there / at / supermarket? Are there good conditioners at this supermarket? c. Sam / eyes / short / and / has / hair / brown Sam has brown eyes and short hair./ short hair and brown eyes. d. here / books / there / new / are There are new books here. New English Point – Book 2
  25. 25. Exercises 25 Unit 7 1. Mark the sentences that have the same meaning. O professor deverá falar as sentenças e pedir que os alunos marquem as alternativas que tenham o mesmo significado. a. Joan likes to read magazines. b. Ted talks to Mary every day. c. Bob plays volleyball with the children every Sunday. d. I am going to call William tomorrow. e. My father is going to visit Joyce and me next week. f. Susan studies English with her friends every day. g. I am going to clean the kitchen tomorrow. a. ( X ) Joan likes to read them. ( ) Joan likes to read it. b. ( ) Ted talks to him every day. ( X ) Ted talks to her every day. c. ( ) Bob plays volleyball with you every Sunday. ( X ) Bob plays volleyball with them every Sunday. d. ( ) I am going to call her tomorrow. ( X ) I am going to call him tomorrow. e. ( X ) My father is going to visit us next week. ( ) My father is going to visit you next week. f. ( ) Susan studies English with us every day. ( X ) Susan studies English with them every day. g. ( ) I am going to clean her tomorrow. ( X ) I am going to clean it tomorrow. New English Point – Book 2
  26. 26. Exercises 26 2. Rewrite the sentences using subject and object pronouns. a. Carol doesn’t like Paul. She doesn’t like him. b. The boys are going to buy a new bike tomorrow. They are going to buy it tomorrow. c. Deborah and I like to buy clothes at that shopping mall. We like to buy them at that shopping mall. d. My mother is going to make a cake in the afternoon. She is going to make it in the afternoon. e. Eddie and you can visit Bob. You can visit him. 3. Complete the sentences using the future with "going to" and the appropriate verbs from the box. have lunch – study – arrive – wash – take – rain – visit – do – buy – travel a. Tomorrow is my wife’s birthday. I’m going to buy her a beautiful present. b. It is cloudy and windy. It is going to rain. c. My son is in Orlando. He’s going to do a lot of things there. d. Mrs. Brown doesn’t like to travel by plane. She is going to travel by ship. e. Their sons are late for school. They are going to take a taxi. f. We are hungry. We are going to have lunch. g. Her grandfather is sick. She is going to visit him tomorrow. h. It is 8:45 now. The plane is going to arrive at nine o’clock. i. Dorothy has a math test on Monday. She’s going to study the whole weekend. j. My bedroom is dirty. I’m going to clean it. New English Point – Book 2
  27. 27. Exercises 27 4. Look at Kate’s schedule and answer the questions about her activities. 8:00 have breakfast with grandma 8:30 clean my bedroom 10:15 play volleyball with George and Daniel 12:30 have lunch 3:00 study math 4:15 watch TV 6:00 read a book 7:30 have dinner with Brenda a. It’s eight o’clock. What’s the girl doing? She is having breakfast with her grandmother. b. What’s she going to do at eight thirty? She is going to clean her bedroom. c. What’s she going to do at ten fifteen? She is going to play volleyball with George and Daniel. d. Is she going to watch TV at three o’clock? No, she isn’t. She is going to study math. e. What time is she going to have lunch? She is going to have lunch at twelve thirty. f. Is she going to study at seven thirty? No, she isn’t. She is going to have dinner with Brenda. New English Point – Book 2
  28. 28. Exercises 28 Unit 8 1. Read the sentences and find the places. a. The newsstand is on Royal Street. b. The drugstore is on Oak Street. c. The supermarket is on Marble Avenue. It is between the bank and the hospital. d. The park is on Royal Street. It is on the corner. e. The snack bar is on Marble Avenue. It is across the street from the movie theater. f. The gas station is on Oak Street. It is two blocks ahead of the drugstore. drugstore newsstand Oak Street park gas station movie theater snack bar 2. Complete the sentences with “let’s” and the appropriate verbs from the box. New English Point – Book 2
  29. 29. Exercises 29 study – watch – walk – stay – go – call a. Let’s go to the museum, Jane. b. Let’s watch TV. c. Let’s call Mary. d. Let’s stay here, Janice. e. Let’s walk in the park, Peter. f. Let’s study math. 3. Complete with in, on or at. a. Susan is in Paris. b. Daniel is on Sunset Street. c. The children are across the street from the bank on Royal Avenue. d. Jack lives at 33 Regent Street. e. Frank is on the left. f. Will is in Moscow. g. Benjamin is on the right next to the bookstore. h. I work at 120, Madison Avenue. New English Point – Book 2

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