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GOVERNO DO ESTADO DE RORAIMA SECRETARIA DE EDUCAÇÃO, CULTURA E DESPORTOS - SECD UNIVERSIDADE VIRTUAL DE RORAIMA – UNIVIRR

APOSTILA

CURSO: INGLÊS BÁSICO

Professora: Mércia Mesquita. Aluno ( a ):..................................................................

Boa Vista – RR

GOVERNO DO ESTADO DE RORAIMA SECRETARIA DE EDUCAÇÃO, CULTURA E DESPORTOS - SECD UNIVERSIDADE VIRTUAL DERORAIMA – UNIVIRR Setembro de 2009. CONTEÚDO PROGRAMÁTICO: 1) 2) 3) 4) 5) 6) COMMANDS AND POLITE REQUESTS PERSONAL PRONOUNS – I, YOU, IT POSSESSIVE ADJECTIVES – MY, YOUR ARTICLES – THE, A/NA DEMONSTRATIVE PRONOUNS (SINGULAR FORMS) – THIS, THAT VERB TO BE (AFFIRMATIVE AND INTERROGATIVE FORMS) – I AM, YOU ARE, IT IS 7) NUMBERS (FROM 0 TO 10) 8) PERSONAL PRONOUNS – HE, SHE 9) VERB TO BE (AFFIRMATIVE ANDINTERROGATIVE FORMS) – HE IS, SHE IS 10)POSSESSIVE CASE (’S) 11)INTERROGATIVE PRONOUNS – WHO, WHAT 12)PREPOSITIONS – IN FRONT OF, BEHIND 13)ADVERBS OF PLACE – HERE, THERE 14)INTERROGATIVE ADVERB – WHERE 15)PERSONAL PRONOUNS – WE, YOU (PL.) 16)POSSESSIVE ADJECTIVES – OUR, YOUR (PL.) 17)VERB TO BE ( AFFIRMATIVE AND INTERROGATIVE FORMS) – WE ARE, YOU ARE, THEY ARE (NEGATIVE FORM) – I AM NOT18)POSSESSIVE ADJECTIVE – HIS 19)NUMBERS (FROM 11 TO 19) 20)VERB TO BE (NEGATIVE FORM) – HE IS NOT, SHE IS NOT, IT IS NOT 21)POSSESSIVE ADJECTIVES – HER, ITS, THEIR 22)INTERROGATIVE ADJECTIVE – WHOSE 23)VERB TO BE (NEGATIVE FORM) – WE ARE NOT, YOU ARE NOT, THEY ARE NOT 24)THERE IS (AFFIRMATIVE, INTERROGATIVE AND NEGATIVE FORMS) 25)INTERROGATIVE EXPRESSIONS OF QUANTITY – HOW MANY 26)THERE ARE (AFFIRMATIVE,INTERROGATIVE AND NEGATIVE FORMS) 27)DETERMINERS OF INDEFINITE QUANTITY – SOME, ANY 28)NUMBERS (FROM 20 TO 100) 29)INTERROGATIVE EXPRESSIONS OF QUANTITY – HOW MUCH, HOW MANY 30)DEMONSTRATIVE PRONOUNS (PLURAL FORMS) – THESE, THOSE 31)THE PRESENT CONTINOUS TENSE (AFFIRMATIVE, INTERROGATIVE AND NEGATIVE FORMS) 32)ASKING AND TELLING THE TIME (INCLUDING THE EXPRESSIONS HALF PAST, A QUARTER AFTER AND AQUARTER TO) 33) ORDINAL NUMBERS ( 1 ST – 10 TH ) 34)THE SIMPLE PRESENT TENSE OF THE VERB TO HAVE – (AFFIRMATIVE, INTERROGATIVE AND NEGATIVE FORMS – SINGULAR) 35)THE SIMPLE PRESENT TENSE OF THE VERB TO HAVE (AFFIRMATIVE, INTERROGATIVE AND NEGATIVE FORMS – PLURAL) 36)CAN (AFFIRMATIVE, INTERROGATIVE AND NEGATIVE FORMS) 37)THE INTENSIFIER – SO

GOVERNO DO ESTADO DE RORAIMA SECRETARIA DE EDUCAÇÃO,CULTURA E DESPORTOS - SECD UNIVERSIDADE VIRTUAL DE RORAIMA – UNIVIRR 38)INTERROGATIVE PRONOUN - WHY 39)CONJUCTION – BECAUSE 40) THE SIMPLE PRESENT TENSE OF THE VERB TO HAVE - (AFFIRMATIVE, INTERROGATIVE AND NEGATIVE FORMS – 3 RD PERSON SINGULAR) Lesson 1 NEW WORDS:

MORNING - ERASER - PENCIL - DESK - HOUSE - DOG NOTEBOOK - PEN - STREET - AVENUE - TEACHER - STUDENT BLACKBOARD - BOOK - CLASSROOM -APPLE - CHAIR

TEXT 1: WELCOME CAROL: good morning, teacher. How are you? TEACHER: fine, thanks. And you? CAROL: fine CAROL: excuse me. may I come in? TEACHER: sure, come on in! TEACHER: Carol, ask some student a question. CAROL: OK! How do you say this in English? TEACHER: Now student please answer. STUDENT: You say, “pencil” TEACHER: Carol, ask some other student a question. CAROL: OK! How doyou say this in English? TEACHER: Now student please answer. STUDENT: You say, “eraser” TEACHER: Carol, ask some other student a question. CAROL: OK! How do you say this in English? TEACHER: Now student please answer. STUDENT: You say, “apple” TEACHER: Carol, ask some other student a question.

GOVERNO DO ESTADO DE RORAIMA SECRETARIA DE EDUCAÇÃO, CULTURA E DESPORTOS - SECD UNIVERSIDADE VIRTUALDE RORAIMA – UNIVIRR CAROL: OK! How do you say this in English? TEACHER: Now student please answer. STUDENT: You say, “book” TEACHER: Student, please relax. STUDENT: Oh! OK. STUDENT: Thank you! TEACHER: You’re welcome. TEXT 2: CLASSROOM ALICE: Oops! An apple! PETER: Hi, I’m Peter Gold PETER: And this is my dog Bob. PETER: What’s your name? ALICE: My name’s Alice Stacy. PETER: Where are you from,...
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