Successfully reported this slideshow.
We use your LinkedIn profile and activity data to personalize ads and to show you more relevant ads. You can change your ad preferences anytime.

Livro inglês 6º


Published on

Testes inglês

Published in: Education
  • Get Your Ex Back Today, Relationship expert Justin Sinclair, shows you how with 3 easy steps. ■■■
    Are you sure you want to  Yes  No
    Your message goes here
  • Download The Complete Lean Belly Breakthrough Program with Special Discount. 
    Are you sure you want to  Yes  No
    Your message goes here
  • Do This Simple 2-Minute Ritual To Loss 1 Pound Of Belly Fat Every 72 Hours ■■■
    Are you sure you want to  Yes  No
    Your message goes here

Livro inglês 6º

  1. 1. 159 6º ANO UNIT 1: Teenager Problems.................................................................160 UNIT 2: David’s Family Tree ................................................................167 UNIT 3: Rhyme.....................................................................................169 UNIT 4: These and Those Things ........................................................172 UNIT 5: São Paulo City ........................................................................176 UNIT 6: Renata’s Neighborhood .........................................................177 UNIT 7: Renata’s New House ..............................................................180 UNIT 8: Renata’s Bedroom ..................................................................183 Celebration..............................................................................186 Vocabulary...............................................................................187 “There are two ways of spreading light: to be the candle, or the mirror that reflects it.” Edith Wharton
  2. 2. 160 teenager: problem: gorgeous: home: kid: little: a) Why is it difficult being a teenager? b) What is the most common problem of adolescents? c) Do you enjoy being a teenager? d) What is the best thing in to be a teenager? e) Can you give the synonyms? Unit 1: Teenager Problems To be a teenager is very difficult.Teenagers are too young to stay out late and too old to stay home just because of a headache or a cold. You can’t behave as a kid and bother your little sisters or brothers. The appearance is another point.You can look gorgeous in the morning and miserable in the evening just because of that awful zit that decided to show up the very day you have that terrific party. But don’t worry too much, pimples and adolescents go always together and in a couple of years it will not be a problem anymore, just memories.
  3. 3. 161 Verb to be - affirmative form Take a look at the sentences: They are teachers. He is a dentist. It is a horse. She is Sandy. I am a girl.
  4. 4. 162 1. Let’s complete the table! 2. Complete the sentences with the “Verb to be” in the affirmative form: 3. Now, can you answer personal questions? 4. Read and try to complete the text with the verb to be: a) I ______________ John. b) They ____________ my parents. c) She ____________ my sister. d) He ____________ happy. e) Will ___________ my cat. f) They __________ my grandparents. g) You __________ my friends. h) It _______ an elephant. i) My father _____________ good. j) My eyes _____________ green. k) Red ____________ my favorite color. l) I _______ not sad, I __________ happy. m) My nose ______not small, it ____________ big. n) Kevin and her mother ____________ fine. Subject + verb to be + Continue the sentence I am We, They, You Plural Nouns are He, She, It Singular nouns Uncountable nouns is a) What’s your name? c) What is your address? b) How old are you? d) What is your telephone number? Myname____MarioandI_______ateacher.Myaddress______ 58, Topázio street, and my telephone number ______ 5439-0201. I ______ 37 years old and I _____ married. My daughter, Katherine, ______ two and half years old. My wife _____ Italian. She ____ a bank teller.
  5. 5. 163 Look at the examples: It is not a theater. It is a supermarket. She is not an actress. She is a singer. I am Paula. I am not a teacher. I´m a nurse. Acrescenta-se a palavra “NOT” depois do verbo. Verb to be - negative form 1. Complete the sentences with the negative form of the verb to be: a) She ______ from Spain. b) This book _________ mine. c) Rose and Peter ______ married. d) That _______ right. e) My brother _____ here at the moment. f) We _____ in England. g) It _______ Monday today. h) I _____ a hairdresser. i) My name ______ Alexander. j) The cat ______ black. k) My hair ______ long. l) You ______ short.
  6. 6. 164 Verb to be - INTERROGative form Para fazer perguntas com o verbo to be, coloque o verbo antes do sujeito. EXAMPLES: 1. Change the sentences into interrogative form: 2. Give questions to the answers: a) You are American. b) She is English. c) Peter is a good boy. d) He is a clown. e) I am a beautiful girl. f) It is a black bird. g) They are Brazilian. h) The girl is happy. i) She is in Brazil. j) He is German. a) d) Yes, this is my English book. Yes, I am a student. b) e) No, that is not Kevin. No, we are not doctors. c) f) No, she is not Alice. Yes, it is my dog.
  7. 7. 165 Short answers EXAMPLES: Is it a camel? No, it isn’t. It is a spider. Is it a bird? Yes, it is. 1. Finish the sentences. Use short answers: 2. Look at the pictures and answer the questions with short answers: a) Are you from Germany? – No, b) Is this a silly cat? – Yes, c) Is John from England? – No, d) Am I your friend? - Yes, e) Is she your teacher? - Yes, f) Are Peter and Sue your friends? - Yes, g) Are you a soccer player? – No, a) Is the boy happy? b) Is the boy tall? c) Is it an American flag? d) Is he a boy? e) Is it big?
  8. 8. 166 f) Is the girl sad? k) Is he a man? g) Are you sleepy? l) Is this a dress? h) Is it a Kangaroo? m) Are they scouts? i) Are we good friends? n) Is he a doctor? j) Are you an actor? Acesse o site <>, escolha a opção <6º ANO>, <INGLÊS>, clique nos links <TO BE VERB> e realize os testes on line para verificar seus conhecimentos.
  9. 9. 167 Unit 2: David’s Family Tree My name is David and this is my family tree. Dayane is my wife. She is a nurse at the same hospital where I work. I work in the lab. My daughter Monna is a doctor in San Francisco. Monna’s husband’s name is John.He is a restaurant manager.They have a little boy named Michael who is three years old. My father’s parents are Susan and Tommy. My mother’s parents are Charles and Sue. My father’s name is Edward. He’s an architect and he lives in New York with my mother Mary. My mom is a very talented artist. She paints beautiful pictures. I have one brother named Antony and a sister named Carol. My brother is a computer engineer and my sister is a teacher. 1. Complete this family tree with the information from the text: (Adapted)
  10. 10. 168 Example: The bycicle of Anderson. Anderson’s bycicle. The genitive case express possession.It is formed by adding ’s to the possessor and we change the positions. GENITIVE CASE 1. Write the correct genitive case form: Example: (Cindy) sister - Cindy’s sister a) (the children) milk - b) (my friend) bike - c) (Mrs. Souza) car - d) (the headteacher) office - e) (Mr. Wilson) room - f) (Paul) house - g) (the waiter) tray - 2. Complete with the possessive case. Decide if you have to use ´s or of in each phrase: a) The boy has a toy. It’s the b) Philip has a book. It’s c) The magazine has my picture on its cover. My picture is on d) Our friends live in this house. It’s e) There is milk in the glass. It’s f) This house has a number. What is ? g) Paul has a sister, Julia. Julia is h) The film has a name, “Scream”. “Scream” is
  11. 11. 169 Unit 3: Rhyme Roses are red, Violets are blue, Sugar is sweet, And so are you! (...) If apples are pears, And peaches are plums, And if the rose has a different name If tigers are bears, And fingers are thumbs I love you just the same! (...) Roses are red Violets are blue Sugar is sweet And so are you. And so are they That send you this And when we meet We’ll have a kiss. (...) Plenty of love, Tons of kisses, I hope some day We’ll be Mr and Mrs… (Adapted) 1. What kind of text is it? 3. What’s the theme of the rhyme? 2. Why are some words in black? 4. What do you think about the rhyme?
  12. 12. 170 PLURAL OF NOUNS Most of the words in plural is formed by adding “S” at the end of the word. Examples: cat cats flower flowers pant pants dogs girl girls dog Words ending in S, SS, SH, CH, X, Z and O, their plural is formed by adding “ES”. Examples: box boxes kiss kisses brush brushes church churches buzz buzzes Except: Piano pianos Photo photos Words ending in “Y” preceded by a consonant, you remove the “Y” and add “IES”. Examples: baby babies cry cries fly flies try tries tomato tomatoes bus buses strawberry strawberries
  13. 13. 171 1. Choose the correct alternative: 2. Complete the table with the missing forms: 3. Choose the alternatives that all words are in the correct plural forms: Singular Plural miss pencils radio shelf tomatoes sandwich roofs wife teachers strawberry wolves potato Singular Plural baby boys boss buses cars city families fox guys jobs key offices kisses, tomatoes, toys, guy books, kitchens, stomachs, pencils baskets, secretarys, watches, wifes women, shelves, strawberries, babies wolves, crisys, keies, mangoes boxes, mice, oxen, feet epochs, men, buses, sheeps childs, lifes, radios, roofs potatoes, churches, cars, cities foxes, lives, families, sandwiches ( ) ( ) ( ) ( ) ( ) ( ) ( ) ( ) ( ) ( )
  14. 14. 172 Unit 4: These and Those Things
  15. 15. 173 DEMONSTRATIVE PRONOUNS EXAMPLES: people or things.
  16. 16. 174 1. Look at the pictures and answer the questions:
  17. 17. 175 Unit 5: São Paulo City Hello! My name is Jack. Today I’m in São Paulo city. I can see many cars, buses and people. In this street I can see a cinema with a black door. The sky is gray, but the day is hot, some people are resting on the green grass of the park. This is a good day. São Paulo is a very big city. 1. Now, answer the questions below: a) Do you know São Paulo City? b) How is São Paulo? c) Do you agree with Jack? What do you think about São Paulo? SUGGESTION: Professor, peça para que os alunos pesquisem na Internet sobre a cidade de sua preferência, coletando dados, paisagens e imagens sobre esta cidade. Em seguida, montem um texto em inglês no Word. Após essa pesquisa, os trabalhos poderão ser expostos em um mural na escola.
  18. 18. 176 WH-QUESTIONS 1. Complete and answer about you: 2. Complete with WH-question: 3. Let’s check the situations and match the columns: a) WHAT b) WHO c) WHERE d) WHY e) WHEN f) HOW ( ) we don’t know the time. ( ) we don’t know the way. ( ) we don’t know the facts. ( ) we don’t’ know the people. ( ) we don’t know the reason. ( ) we don’t know the place.
  19. 19. 177 Unit 6: Renata’s Neighborhood Hi, my name is Renata and I live in Greensvalley. This is my neighborhood’s map. There’s a bank on the corner and a library across my house. There’s also a school and a post office near my house. Say, can you find where my house is? Please, draw it in the right place on the map. 1. Read the text again and take a look at the map. Can you write Renata’s address? 2. Where is the police station? 3. Where is the hospital? 4. Where is the drugstore? 5. Where is the train station? (Text exclusively written for this work.)
  20. 20. 178 PREPOSITIONS Learning more:
  21. 21. 179 1. Directions: Use the map to answer the following questions.
  22. 22. 180 Vitor: Hi, Renata! Renata: Oh! Hi, Vitor! Vitor: How’s your new house? Renata: It’s very nice and beautiful! Vitor: Is it big? Renata: Yeah. There are three bedrooms and two bathrooms. There’s also a big yard and a swimming pool. Vitor: Wow! Do you have enough furniture? Renata: We bought some new furniture. There’s a new sofa in the living room. We bought a new table and chairs for the dining room and a new dresser for the bedroom. Vitor: When can I see your new house? Renata: Come over tomorrow for lunch and you can see the new house. Unit 7: Renata’s New House 1. Put the words in the correct places: sofa - dinner table - stove - bathtub -bed - freezer - rug closed - chairs - armchair - TV - dog - tree - lamp
  23. 23. 181 2. Now, write sentences about the house from the exercise 1: 3. According to the dialogue, can you draw Renata’s new house? Please, do it in your notebook. Ex.: The sofa is in the living room. THERE TO BE – PRESENT TENSE EXAMPLES:
  24. 24. 182 1. What are there in the rooms? Don’t forget to use There is / There are! 2. Let’s complete the text with There To Be: a) b) The House of the Future Bill Gates, the founder of Microsoft, has a $53.392.200 house in Medina, Washington. In his house _________________ seven bedrooms, twenty four bathrooms and six kitchens.___________________ a huge library and even a movie theater. The security system includes cameras and sensors in the floor. The house computer system automatically turns on music when you enter a room. Now, answer the questions: a) Try to write in full the price of the house. b) Why does Bill Gates need a so big and expensive house?
  25. 25. 183 1. Answer true or false: 1. Talk to a friend about his/her bedroom. Ask him/her these questions and check his/her answers: Unit 8: Renata’s Bedroom This is Renata’s bedroom. In her bedroom there are a bed, a box, a closet and a shelf. There’s a small beside table next to the bed. There’s a lamp on the beside table. It’s pink. There are a lot of clothes and shoes in the closet. There are a wall picture and a window. Renata’s bedroom is very nice and clean. (your friend’s name) ‘s bedroom.
  26. 26. 184 2. Look at the pictures and complete the sentences. Use There is/are ou There isn’t/aren’t: 1. Complete this conversation between Betty and Peter. Use there is/are in the negative, affirmative or interrogative forms. Practice this dialogue with your partner.
  27. 27. 185 1. Look at the picture and answers the questions in your notebook: 2. Answer the questions according to the pictures: a) What are there in the classroom? b) What is the class about? a) How many tomatoes are there in the basket? b) How many apples are there in the basket? c) How many carrots are there in the basket? d) How many grapes are there in the basket? e) How many plums are there in the basket? a) Is there a bed in the picture? b) Is there a TV in the picture? c) Are there four chairs in the picture? d) Is there a table in the picture? e) Is there a plant in the picture?
  28. 28. 186 FATHER’S DAY INDEPENDENCE DAY CHRISTMAS The older I get, the smarter my father seems to get.” Tim Russert 1 cup butter ¾ cup sugar 1 egg 1 tsp. vanilla 2 ½ cups flour 1 tsp. Baking poder Candy Cane Butter Cookies “Mix and bake them all Give friends a call Merry Christmas and nothing at all.”
  29. 29. 187 A About - sobre Abstract – abstrato According – conforme, de acordo Across – através, que cruza Actor – ator Actress – atriz Address - endereço Affirmative – afirmativa After – depois Airplane – avião Also – também, além disso Angry – bravo (a) (s) Animals – animais Answer – resposta Apple – maçã Articles – artigos Artist – artista Ask – perguntar Away – adiante, embora B Ball – bola Bath – banho Beach – praia Beautiful – bonito(a) (s) Before – antes Beginning – começo Bird - pássaro Birthday – data de aniversário Bonfire – fogueira Book – livro Box – caixa Boy – menino, garoto Breakfast – café da manhã Broken – quebrado Bus – ônibus C Calendar – calendário Called – chamado(a) Camel – camelo Car – carro Carried - carregado Cat – gato (a) Celebrated – celebrado (a) (s) Century - século Changing – mudando Classroom – classe, sala de aula Clock – relógio Clothes - roupas Clown – palhaço Club – clube Cold – frio Colorful – colorido(a) Comfortable – confortável(is) Commemorative – comemorativo (a) (s) Compose – compor Consonants – consoantes Cook – cozinheiro(a) Cool – frescor Country – país Crossword – palavra cruzada D Dad - papai Dance – dança, dançar Dancer – dançarino (a) Date – data Daugther – filha Day – dia Definite – definido Dentist – dentista Desk – carteira de escola Dialogue – diálogo Doctor – médico Dog – cachorro Don´t – não Down – para baixo, abaixo Draw – desenhar Drink – bebida, beber Driver – motorista E Each other – um (ns) ao (s) outro (s) Egg – ovo Elephant – elefante Engineer - engenheiro Envelope – envelope Eraser – borracha European – europeu Example – exemplo Expected – esperando Eye – olho F Family – família Famous – famoso(a) Favorite – favorito (a) (s) Fight – luta Fill – completar Find – achar Flag – bandeira Follow – seguir Food – comida Friend – amigo (a) From – de origem, proveniência Full – cheio Funny – divertido, engraçado G Garden – jardim German – alemão, alemã Germany – Alemanha Girl – menina, garota Give – dar, dão Giving – dando, dar Good – bom, boa, bons, boas Good-afternoon – boa tarde Good-bye – tchau Good-evening – boa noite Good-morning – bom dia Good-night – boa noite Grandfather (grandpa) – vovô Grandmother (grandma) – vovó Grandparents – avós Grape – uva Great – formidável Green – verde Greetings – cumprimentos H Hairdresser – cabelereiro (a) Hamburger – hambúrguer Hands – mãos, ponteiros Happy – feliz(es) Hat – chapéu Have – ter, têm Her – seu, sua (s), dela Here – aqui Honest – honesto (a) Hooked - preso Horror – horror, terror Hot –quente (s) Hour – horas House – casa How - como How are you? – como vai você? How do you do? – como vai você? How many... – quantos How much... - quanto custa (m) … How old...? – quantos anos? Hug – abraço
  30. 30. 188 W Want – querer, quero, quer Washed – lavou Watch – relógio, assistir, assiste Watermelon – melancia We – nós Week – semana What – o que When – quando Where – onde White – branco Wife - esposa Woman – mulher Words – palavras Work – trabalhar Write – escrever I I go to… - eu vou para… Ice cream – sorvete Idea – ideia Indefinite – indefinido Information – informação Insect – inseto introduce – apresentar Ireland – Irlanda J Japanese – japonês(a) Jewelry - joia Job – trabalho K Kitchen – cozinha L Language – língua, linguagem Lawyer – advogado (a) Love – amor, ama, amar Loved – amado (a) Lovely – adorável M Man – homem Mango – manga Married – casado (a) (s) Match – relacionar, ligar Meaning – significado Might – deveria Monday – segunda-feira Month – mês Morning – manhã Most - mais My – meu (s), minha (s) N Name – nome Nationality – nacionalidade Native – nativo (a) Negative – negativa Neighbors - vizinhos Next – próximo Nice - agradável, boa Nose – nariz Noun – substantivo Nowadays – hoje em dia Nurse – enfermeiro(a) U Ugly – feio (a) (s) Umbrella – sombrinha Underline – sublinhe, sublinhado (a) (s) Unit – unidade University – universidade Usually – normalmente O Occupation - profissão Office – escritório, consultório Often - frequentemente Old – velho (a) (s) Only – somente Open – abrir Orange – laranja Ornaments – ornamentos, enfeites Ostrich – avestruz Our – nosso (a) (s) P Parents – pais Parrot – papagaio Party(ies) – festa(s) Partner - par, parceiro (a) Patron – patrono Pattern – exemplo, modelo Pear – pera Pen – caneta People – pessoas Personal – pessoal Photo – foto, fotografia Picture – pintar, desenhar Player – jogador Portable - portátil Pray – oração, prece Pretty - linda Pronoun – pronome R Rejoice – exultar, alegrar Renovated – renovado Remember - lembrar Revered – reverenciado, idolatrado Rich – rico (a) (s) Ruler – régua S Sad – triste Say – dizer, falar Scenario – cenário School – escola Season – estação do ano Sentence – sentença Short – curto, baixo (a) (s) Silly – estúpido, fútil Similar – similar, parecido Singer – cantor(a) Sins – pecados Sister – irmã Skirt - saia Sleeper – sonâmbulo, adormecido Small - pequeno Soccer – futebol Something – algo, alguma coisa Sounds – sons Speaks – fala Spider – aranha Stadium – estádio Stapler – grampedor Stop – parar, pare Students – estudantes Subject – sujeito Sunday – domingo Supermarket – supermercado Sushi – típica comida japonesa T Table – mesa Taking – pegando, tomando, levando Tall – alto (a) (s) Taught – ensinou, lecionou Teacher – professor (a) Teller – atendente, caixa Thanks – obrigado Theater – teatro There are... – há (plural) There is… - há (singular) These – estes, estas Thing – coisa Three-leaf-clover – trevo de três folhas To be – ser, estar Today – hoje Too – também Top model – modelo muito famosa(o) Translate – traduzir, traduza V Vowel – vogal Y Year – ano Your – seu (s), sua (s)