Rose Team


1) Hobbies; (2) Sports; (3) Equipments (4) Holidays; (5) Present Simple; (6) Present Continuous; (7) nouns
Members of Rose Team:
Carolina Pereira nº4
Diana Valente nº5
João Sabino nº11
Mariana Vicente nº15
Raquel Arroja nº17
8ºC

Rose is the colour of the dreams.

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Hi! I'm Raquel. I am 12 years old, I live in Cabanas do Chão and I am in the team that has the coolest colour!
Hi! I'm Diana . I am 13 years old and I live in Cabanas do Chão.
Hi! I'm Mariana. I am 14 years old and I live in Cabanas do Chão.
Hi! I`m Carolina . I am 13 years old and I live in Cabanas do Chão.
Hi! I'm João. I am 14 years old and I live in Labrugeira.


1) Hobbies

Some Hobbies:
  • Painting;
  • Collecting antiques/coins/medals/picture postcards/stamps;
  • Singing;
  • Watching films;
  • Playing darts, dominoes, chess;
  • Shopping;
  • Doing Sports;
  • Exercising;
  • Playing the guitar;
  • Photography.


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Photography
Singing
Watching TV


My Favourite Hobbies:

(Composition)

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Raquel Arroja, 12 years old, Cabanas do Chão

My favourite hobbies are dancing ballet, shopping and listening to music.
I started dancing ballet when I was about 3 years old.
I have ballet lessons.
This happens once a week.
I love doing pirrouettes but I don't like the public.
I listening to music every day.
I listening to music of bands like Paramore.
My favourite musics are the only exception, careful, looking up and brick by boring brick.
I usually shopping at shopping center.
I like shopping because I love new things.

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My Favourite Hobbies:
(Composition)
Mariana Vicente, 14 years old, Cabanas do Chão

My favorite hobbies are dancing Michael Jackson's musics, playing football and listening to music.

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My favourite hobbies:
(my composition)

Carolina Pereira, 13 years old, Cabanas do Chão

My favourite hobbies are dancing, listening to music, camping and shopping.
I started dancing HIP-HOP when I was about 7.
I have classes herobica 2 times per week.
I listening to music every day.
I listen to music shakira, lady gaga and Katy Perry.
My favorites songs are Loca, Waka Waka, Telephone, Lovegame, Teenage Dream.
I love camping.
I usually do camping twice a year.

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My favourite hobbies:
(composition)

João Sabino, 14 years old, Labrugeira

My favourite hobbies are playing basketball and reading.


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My favourite hobbies:
(composition)

Diana Valente ,13 years old , Cabanas do Chão


My favourite hobbies are dancing, painting, shopping and singing.

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2) Sports


SomeSports:
  • Badminton;
  • Baseball;
  • Basketball;
  • Fishing;
  • Handball;
  • Judo;
  • Jumping;
  • Rugby;
  • Skiing;
  • Table Tennis.


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Skiing
Table Tennis



Inside the sports section there are subsections, like:

Ball Games:

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  • Rugby;
  • Basketball;
  • Golf;
  • Baseball;
  • Volleyball;
  • Cricket;
  • Tennis;
  • Squash.


Water Sports


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  • Rowing;
  • Sailing;
  • Swimming;
  • Diving;
  • Snorkelling;
  • Water Polo;
  • Rafting;

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  • Canoeing.


Extreme Sports
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  • Jet-skiing;
  • Mountain biking;
  • Rappeling;
  • Scuba-diving;
  • Skydiving;
  • Snowboarding;


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  • Windsurfing;
  • Kitesurfing.


3) Equipments

Some Equipments:
  • Ball;
  • Boots;
  • Gloves;
  • Net;
  • Oar;
  • Rope;
  • Saddle;
  • Tracksuit;
  • Trunks;
  • Motorboat.


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Ball;
Rope.

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Some Types of Holidays
  • Christmas Holiday;
  • Easter Holiday;
  • Summer Holiday;
  • Winter Holiday;
  • Package Holiday;
  • Coach Tour;
  • Cultural Journey;


Holidays Places
  • on the beach
  • at the seaside
  • in the mountains
  • in the countryside
  • in town
  • at home
  • abroad
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  • || On the beach; || In the mountains; || At home. ||


My Favourite Holidays:

(Composition)

Raquel, 12 years old, Cabanas do Chão

My favourite holiday ever, was at 2007, when me and my parents, went to Lanzarote, in Canary Islands. The Canary Islands are spanish.
The weather there is fabulous, especially in summer, for there the sea water is warm, the beaches are beautiful and peaceful. Lanzarote is great for relaxing, sounds like heaven. One of the most interesting things we did was ride camelo. We stayed in a hotel. There we met new people. We loved this trip and we promised ourselves we would never forget it.





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In Lanzarote - Ride a camelo

In Lanzarote - The hotel
In Lanzarote - The hotel

In Lanzarote - The beach
In Lanzarote - The beach



My favourite holidays:
(composition)

João Sabino, 14 years old, Labrugeira

Last Summer I went to the Algarve with my father and my sister Joana. My father lives in Monchique, about 30 km away from the beach.
My favourite beach is Pintadinho Beach, near Portimão because the water is hot and there aren't any waves.
I also went to Consolação beach with my mother and sister.

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My favourite holidays:

(composition)

Carolina Pereira, 13 years old, Cabanas do Chão

My favorite holidays was in 2010 when I was spending the summer holidays to Porto Santo.I went with my parents, my sister and my aunt.
What I liked most was when I went to the island. were in a jeep with a guide who took us to see the most beautiful places on the island. was an adventure.
It is good to rest.
The sand is medicional and the water is warm.
I love to eat Bolo do Caco is typical of Porto Santo.
I really enjoyed meeting the island and hope to return it later.

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My favourite holidays:
(composition)

Diana Valente 13 years old, Cabanas do Chão

My favourite holidays were in 2010 when I was spending the summer holidays to Lamego.
I went my parants and my sisters.
We visited my grandparents.
Also visited the castelo de Lamego and to church.
The next day we all went together to visit the city Pinhão, and went swimming pools..
Play all together and it was fun.
I hope to go again Lamego.


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5) Present Simple


Affirmative:
I go
You go
He goes
She goes
It goes
We go
You go
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Negative:
I don't go
You don't go
He doesn't go
She doesn't go
It doesn't go
We don't go
You don't go
They don't go

Interrogative:
Do I go?
Do you go?
Does he go?
Does she go?
Does it go?
Do we go?
Do you go?
Do they go?


6) Present Continuous


Affirmative
I am going
You are going
He is going
She is going
It is going
We are going
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They are going

Negative
I am not going
You aren't going
He isn't going
She isn't going
It isn't going
We aren't going
You aren't going
They aren't going

Interrogative
Am I going?
Are you going?
Is he going?
Is she going?
Is it going?
Are we going?
Are you going?
Are they going?


Attencion: The present continuous also has the meaning of future.
Exemple: The next friday I am going to the shopping center.



Synthesis of Present Simple and Present Continuous

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7)Nouns


Compound nouns

Some compound nouns
Butter+fly= Butterfly
Hand+ball= Handball
Bed+room= Bedroom
Black+board= Blackboard
Suit+case= Suitcase
Arm+chair= Armchair
Tooth+paste= Toothpaste
Green+grocer= Greengrocer
Rain+bow= Rainbow
Sun+shine= Sunshine
Grand+child= Grandchild
Table+spoon= Tablespoon

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Butter+Fly= Butterfly
Black+Board=Blackboard
Arm+Chair= Armchair



Plural of nouns


Regular nouns:
-s
-s
-ies
-ves
Song-Songs
Kiss-Kisses
Baby-Babyes
Wife-Wives
Couple-Couples
Box-Boxes
City-Cities
Knife-Knives
Dream-Dreams
Bus-Buses
Lady-Ladies
Thief-Thieves
Sound-Sounds
Watch-Watches
Ferry- Ferries
Shelf-Shelves

Regular nouns form their plural by ending in -s,-es, -ies and -ves.


Irregular nouns:
Child-Children
Man-Men
Person-People
Woman-Women
Fish-Fish
Mouse-Mice
Goose-Geese
Foot-Feet
Sheep-Sheep
Tooth-Teeth
Deer-Deer
Ox-Oxen

Irregular nouns form their plural in different ways and some don´t change in the plural.

Example: woman - women; mouse - mice
Plural nouns:
Jeans
Shorts
Scissors
Trousers
Glasses
Clothes

Some nouns are usually used in the plural.

Example: glasses, jeans, trousers, pyjamas, etc.





2nd term

FUTURE-WILL

To form the future, we put will before the verb in the infinitive (without to).

Affirmative
I/you/he/she/it/we/you/they will + verb in the infinitive.
ex: Teenagers will have more computers at home.

Negative
I/you/he/she/it/we/you/they will not (won't) + verb in the infinitive.
ex: I will not get fat.
Interrogative
will + I/you/he/she/it/we/you/they + verb in the infinitive.
ex: Will you give your cd?

FUTURE-GOING TO


Affirmative
Negative
Interrogatogative
I am going to
I am not going to
Am I going to
You are going to
You are not going to
Are you going to
He/She/It is going to
He/She/It is not going to
Is he/she/it going to
You are going to
You are not going to
Are you going to
We are going to
We are not going to
Are we going to
They are going to
They are not going to
Are they going to

Fast Food


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Hamburger




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Possitive Aspects

-the food is tasty

-the meals are not expensive

-it is a good meeting point for young people

-it makes us happy

-restaurants are usually clean


Negative aspects

- the food is high in calories

-it contains too much salt or /and sugar

-it increases obesity


Food preparation

roast- roast chicken

boil- boiled potatoes

stew- stewed meat

grill- grilled salmon

fry- fried sausages



ü A, An, Some, Any, No

A/An ------- um / uma (countable nouns) (singular)

Some -------- alguns/algumas (countable nouns) (affirmative)
--------algum/alguma (uncountable nouns) (affirmative)
Any ----- nenhuns/nenhumas -- countable
----nenhum/nenhuma -- uncountable

Negative

-------alguns/algumas .. countable
---------- algum/alguma .. uncountable
Interrogative



No -- (the verb is positive) (Negative)

ü Modal verbs

Can ----- ability: conseguir; ser capaz de; saber.
--- permission: poder.
Ex.: Angelina can act very well.
Angelina Jolie - "Angelina can act very well"
Angelina Jolie - "Angelina can act very well"


Can I come in? Yes, you can.

Could ----ability past: conseguir; ser capaz de; saber.
-----permission: poder.
Ex.: Angelina, could act very well.
Could you bring me some water, please?
Angelina Jolie - "Could you bring me some water, please?"
Angelina Jolie - "Could you bring me some water, please?"


May (more probable than might) : probability
Also to: ask permission
Might (less probable than may ) : probability

She may adopt another child.
Angelina Jolie - "She may adopt another child."
Angelina Jolie - "She may adopt another child."

She might get pregnant again.

Should -----moral obligation
-----advice : devia
Ex.: We should respect our parents.
Angelina Jolie - "We should respect our parents."
Angelina Jolie - "We should respect our parents."


Must ----obligation: ter que/ ser obrigado a/ dever
-----necessity: ter que
------deduction: dever
Ex.: We must respect the traffic rules.
She must visit refugee camps.
She must earn a lots of money.
Angelina Jolie - "SHe must earn a lots of money."
Angelina Jolie - "SHe must earn a lots of money."


Mustn’t ----prohibition: não poder/estar proibido.
Ex.: She mustn’t talk on the phone when she is driving.



ü The degrees of adjectives:

The superlative of superiority:
1- Fiat 500 external image fiat500.jpg/Mercedesexternal image mercedes-f700-f.jpg /Lamborghini external image lamborghini-9055.jpg(fast/safe/heavy/big/expensive)
a) Lamborghini is the fastest
b) Fiat 500 is the safest
c) Lamborghini is the heaviest
d) Lamborghini is the biggest
e) Mercedes is the most expensive

2- Mourinho external image mourinho.jpg/ Jorge Jesus external image jorge-jesus-13.jpg/Del Bosque external image lg_del-bosque.jpg(good coach /bad coach)
a) Mourinho is the best coach
b) JJ is the worst coach
Rule:

Short Adjective: the + adjective + est
Long Adjective : the + most + adjective
Irregulars: good – the best bad – the worst



The comparative of Superiority
1- Fiat 500 external image fiat500.jpg/ Mercedes external image mercedes-f700-f.jpg(fast/safe/heavy/big/expensive)
a) Fiat 500 is faster than a Mercedes.
b) Fiat 500 is safer than a Mercedes.
c) Mercedes is heavier than a Fiat 500.
d) Mercedes is bigger than a Fiat 500.
e) Mercedes is more expensive than a Fiat 500.

2- Mourinho external image mourinho.jpg/Jorge Jesusexternal image jorge-jesus-13.jpg (good coach / bad coach)
a) Mourinho is better coach than JJ.
b) JJ is worse coach than Mourinho.
Rule:

Short adjectives: adjective + “er” + than
Long adjectives: more + adjectives + than
Irregular: good – better than bad – worse than



Comparative of Equality


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a) Mercedes 220 is as fast as BMW 320
b) Mercedes 220 is as safe as BMW 320
c) Mercedes 220 isn’t so heavy as BMW 320
d) Mercedes 220 is as big as BMW 320
e) Mercedes 220 is as expensive as BMW 320.
Rule:

Affirmative: as + adjective + as
Negative: so + adjective + as


Comparative of inferiority
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a) José Carlos is less fat than Fernando
b) Fernando is less young than José Carlos
c) José Carlos is less funny than Fernando
Rules:
Less + adjective + than

ü Countable and Uncountable nouns

Countable nouns
Uncountable nouns
1. Onion
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1. Wine
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2. Banana
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2. Coffee
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3. Meat
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4. Tea
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5. Egg
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5. Money
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6. Limon
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6. Food
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7. Peach
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7. Water
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8. Steak
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8. Traffic
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9. Cheese
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10. Cabbage
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10. Rice
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11. Biscuit
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11. Butter
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12. Plum
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12. Honey
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13. Bacon
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14. Sardine
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14. Juice
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16. Baggage
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17. Air
18. Milk external image milk-carton.bmp
19. Flour
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20. Sugar
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ü Present perfect




I enjoyed the party last night. Past Simple (acções passadas num tempo determinado)



Enjoyed - gostei


I have enjoyed the party. Present Perfect (acções passadas num tempo indeterminado)

Enjoyed - gostei


I ate an apple yesterday – Past Simple
I have eaten an apple – Present Perfect


Rule:

I have + verb in past participle
You have verb in past participle
He haveverb in past participle
She have verb in past participle
It have verb in past participle
We have verb in past participle
You have veverb in past participle rb in past participle
They have verb in past participle


Affirmative:
I have eaten = I’ve eaten
He has eaten = He’s eaten

Negative:
I haven’t eaten
He hasn’t eaten

Interrogative:
Have I eaten?
Has he eaten?


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1- John/drink/the medicine.
John has drunk the medicine.

2- We/travel/to England?
Have we travelled to England?

3- I/not break/the dishes.
I haven’t broken the dishes.


To make the present perfect we use several words:
* Already – já
I have already done my homework.
* Just – acabei de
I have just done my homework.
* Never – nunca
I have never done my homework.
* Yet – ainda não
I haven’t done my homework yet.
* Ever – alguma vez
Have I ever done my homework?



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1- Peter/arrive/from work (just)
Peter has just arrived from work.
O Peter acabou de chegar do trabalho.
2- We/travel/by plane (never)
We have never travelled by plane.
Nós nunca viajámos de avião.
3- You/eat/caviar? (ever)
Have you ever eaten caviar?
Alguma vez comeste caviar?
4- I/buy/the present/for Mary (yet)
I haven’t bought the present for Mary yet.
Eu ainda não comprei o presente para a Mary.
5- Sally/have/lunch (already)
Sally has already had lunch.
A Sally já almoçou.


Present perfect with "for" and since"
® o present perfect tambem se usa para acçoes que começaram no passado e continuam no presente
I have lived in Paúla for 18 years.




Have lived: vivo
For: há


I have lived in Paúla since 1992.




Have lived: vivo
Since: desde




Complete the sentences, writing the verb in the brackets in the Present Perfect. Imagem1.gif
1) I have just made (make) a cake for dessert.
2) We have already found (find) they keys.
3) I have lived (live) in Lisbon for three years.
4) Sally has worked (work) in that factory since 2001.
5) You haven’t seen (see) your parents for three years.


ü Relative Pronouns



Relative Pronouns (who, which, that)

Angie is the girl. She suffers from anorexia.


Angie is the girl that/who suffers from anorexia.





Anorexia is a disorder that /which causes serious problems.

That, who and which = que

That= person and things/animals
Who= Person
Which= things and animals

Retira-se o ponto final e o sujeito.

Relative pronouns – object

Angie is the girl. Paul met her last July.
Angie is the girl who/that Paul met last July.

Anorexia is the eating disorder. Isabelle died of it.
Anorexia is the eating disorder which/that Isabelle died of it.

Contact clauses
Angie is the girl. Paul met her last July.
Angie is the girl Paul met last July.

Contact clauses



Anorexia is the eating disorder. Isabelle died of it.
Anorexia is the eating disorder Isabelle died of .

Contact clauses





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Infinitive
Past Simple
Past Participle
Meaning
Be
Was/Were
Been
Ser, estar
Become
Became
Become
Tornar-se, vir a ser
Begin
Began
Begun
Começar
Break
Broke
Broken
Quebrar, partir
Bring
Brought
Brought
Trazer, causar
Build
Built
Built
Construir, levantar
Buy
Bought
Bought
Comprar, adquirir
Can
Could
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Poder, ser capaz de
Catch
Caught
Caught
Apanhar, agarrar
Choose
Chose
Chosen
Escolher
Come
Came
Come
Vir
Cost
Cost
Cost
Custar
Cut
Cut
Cut
Cortar
Do
Did
Done
Fazer
Dream
Dreamt
Dreamt
Sonhar
Drink
Drank
Drunk
Beber
Drive
Drove
Driven
Conduzir
Fall
Fell
Fallen
Cair
Feel
Felt
Felt
Sentir
Find
Found
Found
Encontrar, achar
Fly
Flew
Flown
Voar
Forget
Forgot
Forgotten
Esquecer
Get
Got
Got
Conseguir, adquirir
Give
Gave
Given
Dar
Go
Went
Gone
Ir
Have
Had
Had
Ter, possuir
Hear
Heard
Heard
Ouvir
Keep
Kept
Kept
Manter, guardar
Know
Knew
Known
Saber, conhecer
Learn
Learnt
Learnt
Aprender
Leave
Left
Left
Deixar, partir
Lose
Lost
Lost
Perder
Make
Made
Made
Fazer
Meet
Met
Met
Encontrar (pessoas)
Pay
Paid
Paid
Pagar
Put
Put
Put
Pôr , colocar
Read
Read
Read
Ler
Ride
Rode
Ridden
Andar a cavalo/bicicleta
Ring
Rang
Rung
Tocar à campainha
Run
Ran
Run
Correr
Say
Said
Said
Dizer
See
Saw
Seen
Ver
Sell
Sold
Sold
Vender
Send
Sent
Sent
Enviar, mandar
Sing
Sang
Sung
Cantar
Sit
Sat
Sat
Sentar-se, estar sentado
Sleep
Slept
Slept
Dormir
Speak
Spoke
Spoken
Falar
Spend
Spent
Spent
Passar, gastar
Stand
Stood
Stood
Levanter, estar de pé
Swim
Swam
Swum
Nadar
Take
Took
Taken
Tomar, pegar, levar
Teach
Taught
Taught
Ensinar, leccionar
Tell
Told
Told
Dizer, contar
Think
Thought
Thought
Pensar
Throw
Threw
Throw
Lançar, atirar
Understand
Understood
Understood
Compreender
Wake
Woke
Woken
Acordar, despertar
Wear
Wore
Worn
Usar, vestir
Win
Won
Won
Ganhar, vencer
Write
Wrote
Written
Escrever
Fashion

Jobs - Fashion designer / stylist (estilista)
Model (modelo)
Hairdresser (cabeleireiro)
Make-up (maquilhagem)
Manicurist (manicura)
Beauticion (esteticista)
Masseuse (massagista)
Shops – clothes shop
Department store
Boutique
Shoe shop
Accessories shop
Jewelry
Perfume shop / store
Fashion designers- Ralph Lauren – preppy
Versace – smart / showy
Armani – classic / elegant
Dolce & Gabbana – sleek
Stella McCartney – minimalist
John Galliano – extravagant
Alexander – smart
How would you describe your style?
-Casual
-Girly
-Etc...


Clothes
Men’s wear
Boxer shorts
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T-shirt
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Knickers
Shirt
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Shoes
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Sweatshirt
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Swimming-trunks
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Hat
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Pullover
Sun glasses
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Jeans
Neck Scarf
Sandals
Sweater
Tie
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Gloves
Boots (wellies)
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Belt
Cap
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Fins
Jacket / coat
Suit
Trousers
Stocks
Trainers
Vest
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Glasses
Driving gloves
Overcoat
Wrist watch

Women’s wear
Top
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Bermuda shorts
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Blouse
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Sun glasses
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Shoes
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T-shirt
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Gloves
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Dress
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Handkerchief
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Coat
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Handbag
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Bracelet
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Necklace
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Ring
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Belt
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Tights
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Apron
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Bathing suit / costume
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Earrings
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Scarf
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Overcoat
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Legging
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Stockings
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Cardigan
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Skirt
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Pants / panties
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High heels shoes
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Hat
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Shorts
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Jeans
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Raincoat
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Low heel shoes
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Jumper
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Patterns
Checked
Striped
Patterned
Flowery
Plain
Spotted

Materials
Denim
Cotton
Velvet
Silk
Wool
Fur
Leather


Example:

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She is wearing a plain yellow silk dress, a brown bracelet, a brown necklace and yellow high heels sandals.
Her hair is brown.

-Reported speech – what changes?
1. Verb Tenses:


Direct Speech
Reported speech
Present Simple
Am/is/are
love
buy/go
don’t buy
Past simple
Was/were
loved
bought/went
didn’t buy
Present continuous
Am having
Aren’t deciding
Past continuous
Was having
Weren’t deciding
Future simple
Will come
Won’t leave
Conditional simple
Would come
Wouldn’t leave



2. Pronouns/determiners

Direct Speech
Reported speech
I
you
we
this
these
our
my
your
She/he
He/she/I
they
that
those
their
her/his
her/his/my


3. Time expressions

Direct speech
Reported speech
now
today
tonight
tomorrow
next week
At that moment / then
That day
That night
The next day /the following day
The next week/ the following week


4. Other expressions

Direct speech
Reported speech
here
there


Biography of Mary Quant external image mary-quant-3.jpg

Name: Mary Quant
Birth date: February 11, 1934
Place of birth: London, England
Nationality: British
Gender: Female
Education: Goldsmiths’ College of Art
Marriage: 1957 married Alexander Plunket Greene
First shop: Bazaar, King’s Road, Chelsea
Occupations: Fashion designer, entrepreneur
Step to fame: Designed the mini-skirt, very emblematic at that decade
Awards: The Hall of Fame Award, British Fashion Council in 1990.

Mary Quant was born on February, 11th 1934, in London, England. She is British. She studied at Goldsmiths’ College of Art and she got married to Alexander Plunket Greene in 1957.
She opened her first shop in Chelsea, on King’s Road, it was called Bazaar.
She was not only a fashion designer but also an entrepreneur.
She became famous for designing the mini-skirt, very emblematic at that decade.
She won several awards such as the Hall of Fame award, which was awarded to her by British Fashion Council in 1990.








English Work



Each member of r theose team , will talk about a different theme:
-Carolina -
-Diana- Fashion - Describing people
-João Sabino -
-Mariana -
-Raquel - Poor Diet



Raquel's work

A Poor Diet

Introduction

In this work I will talk about a poor diet and about its consequences.

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Consequences of a Poor Diet

•Food is the fuel needed for every function of our minds and bodies, such as thinking, move, heal and physical growth.
•While adiet rich in vitamins and minerals can help us reach optimal potential, a bad diet can impair our ability to fight infection and disease, maintain a healthy weight, think clearly and achieve a healthy emotional state.
•Many consequences:
--Obesity;
--High cholesterol level;
--Lowered Immunity;
--Fatigue;
--Impaired brain function.
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---Obesity

Obesity is among the most common consequences of a bad diet.
Nutritional deficiencies can lead to food cravings, which in turn cause overeating in a vicious cycle that eventually results in weight gain.


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---Cholestrol



Cholesterol accumulates in the blood causing cardiovascular diseases.
Cholesterol is caused by saturated fat foods such as French Fries, Hamburgers, Pizza (Fast Food), salt, sugar and sauces.
It’s also caused by tobacco.
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---Lowered Immunity


The human immune system is an amazingly complex system. It not only fights against infections caused by viruses and bacteria's, as it also helps prevent serious diseases like cancer, heart disease and many others.
A combination of vitamins, minerals, antioxidants and other nutrients is needed for proper immune function.
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---Fatigue

The nutrients in food serve as the raw fuel for every action carried out by our bodies.
A bad diet can lead to a decrease in the energy needed to perform day-to-day activities.

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---Impaired brain function


The foods we eat can have an enormous impact on cognitive function.
According to several surveys, the antioxidants in foods like walnuts and blackberries can help prevent free radical damage in the brain, which is associated with memory impairment in old age.
A poor diet has been linked with an increase in disorders that affect mood and well-being.

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---A fact


Many of the causes of deaths in the U.S.A is a poor diet and physical inactivity.
According to an American study, "we eat too much for the exercise we have."
This is what represents the following graph:
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---Bibliography


http://www.livestrong.com/article/88606-consequences-poor-diet/
http://technorati.com/lifestyle/article/bad-fat-diets-can-lead-to/
http://www.livestrong.com/article/283471-anti-fatigue-diet/
http://www.severefatigue.org/fatigue/chronic-fatigue-syndrome-symptoms-can-be-diagnosed-and-treated
http://www.nbelec.org/a-poor-diet-impairs-like-the-snuff.htm
http://sonic.net/~evolve/wp/human_ecology/simon_food_fantasy.htm
http://healthmad.com/weight-loss/diet-to-lose-water-weight/
http://www.herdaily.com/health/232/cholesterol-issues.html
http://translate.google.pt/#

Raquel Arroja nº 17 8ºC





Describing people

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She is wearing a plain pink cotton t-shirt and a plain blue denim jeans.
She has a necklace and a sun glasses.
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He is wearing a plain white cotton shirt.
He has a tie and grey shoes.

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He is wearing a plain black suit.
He has a loop.

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That girl is wearing a plain blue dress and a plain white cotton apron.
She has blue shoes.

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She is wearing a plain red t-shirt and a plain white denim jeans.
She has a red and yellow sandals.


Diana Valente 8ºC Nº5



My style
I love fashion.
Sometimes I read fashion magazines, in these magazines I know the tendencies of the season.
I like wearing comfortable clothes, such as jeans, tennis, sweaters and coat.
My favorite accessories are bracelets, bag, belt, handbag and sunglasses.
I usually wear what I like and I also like to wear trendy clothes. I like wearing bands such as Roxy, Billabong, Element, Gola, DC Shoes, Nike, Merrell, Deeply … but do not have much brand clothing.
I also like shopping bags, but my passion is to buy Nike shoes.


Biography – Ana Salazar

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Ana Salazar, a portuguese fashion designer, was born July 19, 1941 in Lisbon. She is Portuguese.
Ana Salazar is considered as the first person to implement fashion in Portugal.
She created clothes collections with her name.
She opened a shop in Portugal and Paris, and she represented Portugal in the internation fashion festival in Paris in 1987.
Ana Salazar presented her collections in Lisbon, Paris, Milan and New York in 1987.
In 1993 Ana Salazar opened her studio in “Rua da Saudade”, in Lisbon.
Ana Salazar won the award of “Best designer” and the award: “Career” by Lisbon Fashion Association and the award: “career” by “Máxima” magazine in 1999.
In 1999, she opened a shop in Porto and she created the first Man`s collection in 2000.
She also wrote a book in 2002, and in 2005 she presented the summer collection of 2006.
In 2009, she won the award of female personality in the fashion area by Lux.
In 2010, she presented the collection “A Ludic Mood” in Brazil. She also presented the collection: “Checking Values” in Porto, and finally she presented the collection: “To depurate the excess” in Lisbon.

Carolina Pereira nº4 8ºC

Fashion

I don't like fashion. My style is casual. I usually wear t-shirts or sweat-shirts, jeans and snickers. My favourite colour is red because my football team is Benfica. I never wear scarfs nor sunglasses. I like clothes from Nike and Adidas. They are cool.



João Sabino 8ºC nº 11

Carolina- Satisfaz
Diana-Satisfaz menos
Mariana Satisfaz mais
João Sabino- Satisfaz
Raquel- Satisfaz Plenamente



3rd Term



Active Voice and Passive Voice
· Passive Voice in Present Simple

Subject + is / are + Past Participle + by….

Example:
Cristina Ferreira presents the “ Voçê na TV” – “Voçê na TV” is presented by Cristina ferreira

Mary usually buys this newspaper – This newspaper is usually bought by Mary.


· Passive Voice in Past Simple

Subject + was / were + Past Participle + by….

Example:
Cristina Ferreira presented the “ Voçê na TV” – “Voçê na TV” was presented by Cristina ferreira

Mary usually bought this newspaper – This newspaper was usually bought by Mary!