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Friday, September 23

  1. page Purple Team edited ... Present Perfect Continuous I have been feeding the dogs. Have + been + verb+ ing Has …
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    Present Perfect Continuous
    I have been feeding the dogs.
    Have
    + been + verb+ ing
    Has
    ...
    For/since
    I have read a book. Present perfect
    Just/already/ever/never/yet
    Passive Voice (with present simple and past simple)
    Present simple
    ...
    Watches-present simple watched-past participle
    “They make cakes in the oven.”
    ...
    made-past participle
    The cakes are made (by them) in the oven.
    -Sometimes when people that do the action is not very important it can be not used-
    ...
    Can/ could/ may/ might/ shall/ should
    Many/ much/ a lot of
    ...
    people here.
    Much = uncountable nouns/ negative/ interrogative
    There aren’t many students in my class.
    ...
    negative/ interrogative
    There are a lot of people in this concert.
    There are a lot of students in that class.
    ...
    2nd type – improbable
    If you studied, you would pass the year.
    ...
    past simple
    Would

    Would
    pass =
    ...
    + infinitive
    
    Miguel Nunes 8ºC Nº16
    Grammair
    Future with "will" and "going to"
    Will
    Affirmitive
    I
    will/'ll
    be happy
    You
    will/'ll
    be happy
    He
    will/'ll
    leave tomorrow
    She
    will/'ll
    leave tomorrow
    It
    will/'ll
    leave tomorrow
    We
    will/'ll
    give a party
    You
    will/'ll
    give a party
    They
    will/'ll
    give a party
    Negative
    I
    will not/won't
    be happy
    You
    will not/won't
    be happy
    He
    will not/won't
    leave tomorrow
    She
    will not/won't
    leave tomorrow
    It
    will not/won't
    leave tomorrow
    We
    will not/won't
    give a party
    You
    will not/won't
    give a party
    They
    will not/ won't
    give a party
    Interrogative
    Will
    I
    be happy?
    Will
    You
    be happy?
    Will
    He
    leave tomorrow?
    Will
    She
    leave tomorrow?
    Will
    It
    leave tomorrow?
    Will
    We
    give a party?
    Will
    You
    give a party?
    Will
    They
    give a party?
    Note: Only used for predictions about the future, for promise or help someone, and for decisions taken at the moment.
    Going to
    Affirmitive
    I
    am/'m
    going to walk in the park
    You
    are/'re
    going to walk in the park
    He
    is/'s
    going to go out tonight
    She
    is/'s
    going to go out tonight
    It
    is/'s
    going to go out tonight
    We
    are/'re
    going to eat dinner
    You
    are/'re
    going to eat dinner
    They
    are/'re
    going to eat dinner
    Negative
    I
    am not/
    'm not
    going to walk in the park
    You
    are not/
    aren't
    going to walk in the park
    He
    is not/
    isn't
    going to go out tonight
    She
    is not/
    isn't
    going to go out tonight
    It
    is not/
    isn't
    going to go out tonight
    We
    are not/
    aren't
    going to eat dinner
    You
    are not/ aren't
    going to eat dinner
    They
    are not/
    aren't
    going to eat dinner
    Interrogative
    Am
    I
    going to walk in the park?
    Are
    You
    going to walk in the park?
     Is
    He
    going to go out tonight?
    Is
    She
    going to go out tonight?
    Is
    It
    going to go out tonight?
    Are
    We
    going to eat dinner?
    Are
    You
    going to eat dinner?
    Are
    They
    going to eat dinner?
    Note: Only used for an intention and for a prediction about the present situation.
    Adverbs of manner
    Adverbs of manner describe the way something is done.
    We usually add the adjective with -ly, but when the verb ends with y we add -ily.
    Adjective + -ly
    quick
    - quickly
    quiet
    - quietly
    loud
    - loudly
    wonderful
    - wonderfully
    bad
    - badly
    Adjective + -ily
    angry
    - angrily
    heavy
    - heavily
    happy
    - happily
    sleepy
    - sleepily
    easy
    - easily
    Some adverbs are different
    fast
    - fast
    hard
    - hard
    high
    - high
    late
    - late
    long
    - long
    near
    - near
    early
    - early
    good
    - well (only exception)
    Adjective degrees
    small
    smaller (than)
    as small as/
    so small as
    less small (than)
    (the) smallest
    big
    bigger (than)
    as big as/
    so big as
    less big (than)
    (the) biggest
    exciting
    more exciting (than)
    as exciting as/
    so exciting as
    less exciting (than)
    (the) most exciting
    wonderful
    more wonderful (than)
    as wonderful as/
    so wonderful as
    less wonderful (than)
    (the) most wonderful

    English Work:
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Wednesday, July 6

  1. page Purple Team edited ... Ex:“ I like to see the series Bones and C.S.I Miami” {file:///C:/Users/Liliana/AppData/Local/…
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    Ex:“ I like to see the series Bones and C.S.I Miami” {file:///C:/Users/Liliana/AppData/Local/Temp/msohtmlclip1/01/clip_image027.jpg} {file:///C:/Users/Liliana/AppData/Local/Temp/msohtmlclip1/01/clip_image029.jpg}
    -I said that I liked to see the series Bones and C.S.I Miami.
    {3_periodo_i.jpg} Reported Questions
    Ex: “Where do you live?”
    -He asked where I lived.
    Verbs followed by prepositions
    “These cloths belong to Madalena.”
    Belong + preposition “to”
    “I don’t agree with you”
    Agree + preposition “with”
    Suffixes “less” and “ful”
    This place is restful.
    She is restless.
    Rest + Less and ful
    Present Perfect Continuous
    I have been feeding the dogs.
    Have
    + been + verb+ ing
    Has
    She has been sleeping for 10 hours.
    Since 21:30.
    All night.
    Present Perfect or Present Perfect Continuous
    I have been reading a book. Present perfect continuous
    For/since
    I have read a book. Present perfect
    Just/already/ever/never/yet
    Passive Voice (with present simple and past simple)
    Present simple
    “My sister watches cartoons.”
    Cartoons are watched by my sister.
    Watches-present simple watched-past participle
    “They make cakes in the oven.”
    Make-present simple made-past participle
    The cakes are made (by them) in the oven.
    -Sometimes when people that do the action is not very important it can be not used-
    Rule:
    Subject + is/are/am + past participle + by ….
    Past Simple
    I watched “Remédio Santo” yesterday.
    “Remédio Santo” was watched (by me) yesterday.
    -Sometimes when people that do the action is not very important it can be not used-
    “They spoke about economics at the debate.”
    Economics was spoken (by them) at the debate.
    Spoke-past simple spoken-past participle
    Rule:
    Subject + was/were + past participle + by …
    Unit 5- The Media
    Tv
    Advantages and disadvantages
    Advantages
    Tv a source of information, entertainment and knowledge.
    We have fun, it helps us forget our own problems.
    For some people especially old and lonely ones, tv is the only company they have.
    There are campaigns meant to help people with some kind of problems- health, money, etc.
    People can learn different subjects on tv- to speak languages, to bake cakes, etc.
    There are some scientific programmes through which we can learn about nature, economies, etc.
    People get informed about what is happening around the world, sometimes, at the same time things are going on- the Royal Weeding, Bin Laden’s death, etc.
    We are also informed about the weather forecast.
    Disadvantages
    Tv can be hardful for our eyesight.
    Some people get addicted to tv, spend too much time in front of it and become real “couch potatoes”.
    Also they forget to do other things- going for walks, meeting friends, etc.
    It can be a bad influence especially for children and youngless, who tend to copy bad behaviors- violence, crimes, drugs, alcohol, etc.
    Some people say it kills imagination.
    Some people can get shocked with what they see.
    Tv programmes
    Cartoons
    Documentaries
    News
    Weather forecast
    Debates
    Interviews
    Reality shows
    Quiz shows
    Series
    Movies/films
    Talk show
    Soap operas
    Sports
    Commercials
    Radio
    Programmes
    Live football matches
    Music charts
    Programmes with different types of music.
    Discussions
    Quizzes
    Comedies
    Music choice
    Music shows
    Live music events
    Sports interviews
    Debates
    Press- Magazines and newspapers
    Magazines- Types
    Music magazines
    Fashion magazines
    Computer magazine
    Satirical magazine
    Newspapers
    National
    Local
    They can be daily (every day) or weekly (every week).
    Highbrow and tabloid
    Quality papers
    Popular papers
    Size of the sheet
    Large size -- broadsheet
    Small size -- tabloid
    Pictures
    Few pictures, usually small and in black and white.
    Big colorful pictures mostly of people.
    Headlines
    Small headlines which summarize the article.
    Big eye catching headlines.
    Types of news
    Serious issues, politics, economics, crisis, detailed articles.
    Short and dramatic articles, stories which intend to shock the readers; scandals, …
    Gerund:
    I like watching tv.
    Watching = gerund
    Like/ dislike/ enjoy/ finish/ hate/ can’t stand/ …
    Infinitive with “to”:
    She promised to watch the soap opera.
    To watch = infinitive with “to”
    Promised/ hope/ try/ want/ …
    Infinitive without “to”
    She can watch the soap opera.
    Watch = infinitive without “to”
    Can/ could/ may/ might/ shall/ should
    Many/ much/ a lot of
    There aren’t much people here.
    Much = uncountable nouns/ negative/ interrogative
    There aren’t many students in my class.
    Many = countable nouns/ negative/ interrogative
    There are a lot of people in this concert.
    There are a lot of students in that class.
    A lot of = countable and uncountable nouns
    Conditional sentence (1st and 2nd types)
    1st type – possible
    If you study, you will pass the year.
    Study = present simple
    Will pass = future “will”
    2nd type – improbable
    If you studied, you would pass the year.
    Studied = past simple
    Would pass = would + infinitive

    
    Miguel Nunes 8ºC Nº16
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Thursday, June 30

  1. msg The work message posted The work Olá professora c: Queria lhe perguntar se era necessário que eu acabasse os resumos da matéria, …
    The work
    Olá professora c:

    Queria lhe perguntar se era necessário que eu acabasse os resumos da matéria, pois os meus colegas, não os acabaram.

    Muito Obrigada !

    Catarina :)
    10:36 am

Tuesday, June 28

  1. page Blue Team edited ... Easter holiday 5) PRESENT SIMPLE:  (used for frequent actions, habits) Ex:I usually go …
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    Easter holiday
    5) PRESENT SIMPLE:
    
    (used for frequent actions, habits)
    Ex:I usually go to the Algarve.
    ...
    Countable nouns
    Uncountable nouns
    1. Onion {PALITOS-DE-CEBOLA.gif}
    {PALITOS-DE-CEBOLA.gif}
    2. Wine {vinho.jpg}
    {vinho.jpg}

    3. Banana {banana.jpg}
    {banana.jpg}
    
    4. Coffee {cafe.jpg} 
    5. Hamburger {070476497ac33dad37c2392d7d12d9ae.png} 
    6. Meat {http://www.clker.com/cliparts/d/7/d/f/1194986277899950389steak-v0.1.svg.thumb.png}
    {http://www.clker.com/cliparts/d/7/d/f/1194986277899950389steak-v0.1.svg.thumb.png}
    external image
    ...

    7. Sausage {http://www.18acuherveybay.org.au/joomla/images/stories/photos/sausage.jpg}
    {http://www.18acuherveybay.org.au/joomla/images/stories/photos/sausage.jpg}
    external image
    9. Egg {ovo.jpg}
    10. Money {dinheiro-saco.gif}
    11. Lemon {limao.jpg}
    12. Food {istockphoto_13853453-food.jpg} 
    13. Peach {http://www.clker.com/cliparts/4/6/f/c/1194986188206140227peach_simple.svg.thumb.png}
    {http://www.clker.com/cliparts/4/6/f/c/1194986188206140227peach_simple.svg.thumb.png}
    external image
    ...

    15. Steak {http://www.clker.com/cliparts/d/7/d/f/1194986277899950389steak-v0.1.svg.thumb.png}
    {http://www.clker.com/cliparts/d/7/d/f/1194986277899950389steak-v0.1.svg.thumb.png}
    external image
    ...
    16. Traffic {transito.Intransigente.jpg}
    {transito.Intransigente.jpg}

    17. Shoe {s1_1.jpg}
    {s1_1.jpg}
    18. Cheese {queijo.gif}
    {queijo.gif}

    19. Cabbage {cabbage1.gif}
    20. Rice {12456948171194366574johnny_automatic_bowl_of_rice.svg.hi.png} 
    21. Biscuit {bolacha.gif}
    22. Butter {foto-de-manteiga.jpg}
    23. Plum {ameixa.gif}
    {ameixa.gif}
    24. Honey {65421217_1-Imagens-de-Mel-caseiro.jpg}
    {65421217_1-Imagens-de-Mel-caseiro.jpg}

    25. Potato {http://www.clker.com/cliparts/5/3/c/f/11949861111671588429potato_nicu_buculei_.svg.thumb.png}
    {http://www.clker.com/cliparts/5/3/c/f/11949861111671588429potato_nicu_buculei_.svg.thumb.png}
    external image
    ...
    26. Bacon {bacon.gif}
    {bacon.gif}

    lllll27. llllllllllllllllSardine {sardinha7a.jpg}
    {sardinha7a.jpg}
    28. Juice {suco_laranja1.jpg}
    {suco_laranja1.jpg}
    
    29. Music {musica-071006-2.jpg}
    30. Baggage {baggage.gif}
    {baggage.gif}

    31. Air {Ar.jpg}
    {Ar.jpg}

    32. Milk {milk.gif}
    {milk.gif}

    33. Flour {Farinha_Enriquecida.png}
    {Farinha_Enriquecida.png}
    
    34. Sugar {saco-do-a-ccedil-uacutecar-thumb1453100.jpg}
    {saco-do-a-ccedil-uacutecar-thumb1453100.jpg}

    19) MODAL VERBS:
    
    ...
    2nd conditional -
    Example:
    CAtarina-Catarina- Satisfaz Plenamente
    Vasco- Fraco
    Filipe- Fraco
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Sunday, June 26

  1. page Blue Team edited ... - Some people can get shoked with what they see. 30) THE MASS MEDIA (vocabulary): ... -mei…
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    - Some people can get shoked with what they see.
    30) THE MASS MEDIA (vocabulary):
    ...
    -meios de dede comunicaçã
    {MH900359491.JPG}
    radio - rádio
    ...
    2nd conditional -
    Example:
    CAtarina- Abtisfaze BemSatisfaz Plenamente
    Vasco- Fraco
    Filipe- Fraco
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  2. page Blue Team edited ... Countable nouns Uncountable nouns 1. Onion {PALITOS-DE-CEBOLA.gif} {PALITOS-DE-CEBOLA.g…
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    Countable nouns
    Uncountable nouns
    1. Onion
    {PALITOS-DE-CEBOLA.gif}
    {PALITOS-DE-CEBOLA.gif} 2. Wine
    {vinho.jpg}
    {vinho.jpg}
    3. Banana
    {banana.jpg}
    {banana.jpg} 
    4. Coffee {cafe.jpg} 
    5. Hamburger {070476497ac33dad37c2392d7d12d9ae.png} 
    6. Meat
    {http://www.clker.com/cliparts/d/7/d/f/1194986277899950389steak-v0.1.svg.thumb.png}
    {http://www.clker.com/cliparts/d/7/d/f/1194986277899950389steak-v0.1.svg.thumb.png} external image
    ...

    7. Sausage
    {http://www.18acuherveybay.org.au/joomla/images/stories/photos/sausage.jpg}
    {http://www.18acuherveybay.org.au/joomla/images/stories/photos/sausage.jpg} external image
    9. Egg {ovo.jpg}
    10. Money {dinheiro-saco.gif}
    11. Lemon {limao.jpg}
    12. Food {istockphoto_13853453-food.jpg} 
    13. Peach
    {http://www.clker.com/cliparts/4/6/f/c/1194986188206140227peach_simple.svg.thumb.png}
    {http://www.clker.com/cliparts/4/6/f/c/1194986188206140227peach_simple.svg.thumb.png} external image
    ...

    15. Steak
    {http://www.clker.com/cliparts/d/7/d/f/1194986277899950389steak-v0.1.svg.thumb.png}
    {http://www.clker.com/cliparts/d/7/d/f/1194986277899950389steak-v0.1.svg.thumb.png} external image
    ...
    16. Traffic
    {transito.Intransigente.jpg}
    {transito.Intransigente.jpg}
    17. Shoe
    {s1_1.jpg}
    {s1_1.jpg} 18. Cheese
    {queijo.gif}
    {queijo.gif}
    19. Cabbage {cabbage1.gif}
    20. Rice {12456948171194366574johnny_automatic_bowl_of_rice.svg.hi.png} 
    21. Biscuit {bolacha.gif}
    22. Butter {foto-de-manteiga.jpg}
    23. Plum
    {ameixa.gif}
    {ameixa.gif} 24. Honey
    {65421217_1-Imagens-de-Mel-caseiro.jpg}
    {65421217_1-Imagens-de-Mel-caseiro.jpg}
    25. Potato
    {http://www.clker.com/cliparts/5/3/c/f/11949861111671588429potato_nicu_buculei_.svg.thumb.png}
    {http://www.clker.com/cliparts/5/3/c/f/11949861111671588429potato_nicu_buculei_.svg.thumb.png} external image
    ...
    26. Bacon
    {bacon.gif}
    {bacon.gif}
    lllll27. llllllllllllllllSardine
    {sardinha7a.jpg}
    {sardinha7a.jpg} 28. Juice
    {suco_laranja1.jpg}
    {suco_laranja1.jpg} 
    29. Music {musica-071006-2.jpg}
    30. Baggage
    {baggage.gif}
    {baggage.gif}
    31. Air
    {Ar.jpg}
    {Ar.jpg}
    32. Milk
    {milk.gif}
    {milk.gif}
    33. Flour
    {Farinha_Enriquecida.png}
    {Farinha_Enriquecida.png} 
    34. Sugar
    {saco-do-a-ccedil-uacutecar-thumb1453100.jpg}
    {saco-do-a-ccedil-uacutecar-thumb1453100.jpg}
    19) MODAL VERBS:
    
    ...
    - We have fun and sometimes it helps us forget our own problems.
    - For some people, especially old and lonely ones. TV is the only company they have.
    ...
    There are campaigns meant to
    - People can learn different subjects on TV - to speak languages, to bake cakes, etc
    - There are some scientific programmes through which we learn about nature, economics, etc.
    ...
    - Some people can get shoked with what they see.
    30) THE MASS MEDIA (vocabulary):
    ...
    of Communication --meios de de comunicaçã
    {MH900359491.JPG}
    radio - rádio
    ...
    2nd conditional -
    Example:
    CAtarina- Abtisfaze Bem Plenamente
    Vasco- Fraco
    Filipe- Fraco

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  3. page Purple Team edited ... Present Perfect I have enjoyed the party. (acções passadas num tempo indeterminado) ... a…
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    Present Perfect
    I have enjoyed the party. (acções passadas num tempo indeterminado)
    ...
    an apple.
    Negative
    Interrogative
    ...
    He hasn’t eaten
    Has he eaten?
    Rule:
    Have

    Have
    + verb
    ...
    (enjoyed, eaten)
    Expressions used with the Present Perfect
    -already (já)
    ...
    past participle.
    -just

    -just
    (acabei de )
    Comes

    Comes
    between “have”
    ...
    past participle.
    -never

    -never
    (nunca)
    Comes

    Comes
    between “have”
    ...
    past participle.
    -yet

    -yet
    (ainda não)
    To

    To
    use “yet”
    ...
    the expression.
    -ever

    -ever
    (alguma vez)
    Used

    Used
    in the
    ...
    past participle.
    To

    To
    actions that
    ...
    the present:
    -for

    -for
    (há)
    Ex:I

    Ex:I
    have lived
    ...
    20 years.
    -since

    -since
    (desde)
    Ex:I

    Ex:I
    have lived
    ...
    since 1990.
    Fashion
    Jobs:
    ...
    / estilista)
    -model

    -model
    (modelo)
    -hairdresser

    -hairdresser
    (cabeleireira)
    -make-up

    -make-up
    artist (maquilhadora)
    -manicurist

    -manicurist
    (manicure)
    -beautician

    -beautician
    (esteticista)
    -masseuse

    -masseuse
    (massagista)
    Shops:
    -clothes shop
    -department

    -department
    store
    -boutique
    -shoes

    -boutique
    -shoes
    shop
    -jewerelly

    -jewerelly
    shop
    -perfume

    -perfume
    shop / store
    Fashion Designers:
    -Ralph Lauren
    -Versace
    -Armani
    -Dolce

    -Versace
    -Armani
    -Dolce
    & Gabbana
    -Stella

    -Stella
    McCartney
    -John

    -John
    Galliano
    -Alexander McQueen
    Reported Speech
    ...
    Direct Speech
    Reported Speech
    ...
    Present Simple
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    {file:///C:/Users/Liliana/AppData/Local/Temp/msohtmlclip1/01/clip_image002.gif} Ex: am
    {file:///C:/Users/Liliana/AppData/Local/Temp/msohtmlclip1/01/clip_image003.gif} Buy
    {file:///C:/Users/Liliana/AppData/Local/Temp/msohtmlclip1/01/clip_image004.gif} Go
    {file:///C:/Users/Liliana/AppData/Local/Temp/msohtmlclip1/01/clip_image005.gif} Don’t buy
    Past Simple
    Ex:
    Ex: was /
    Bought
    Went
    Didn’t find
    ...
    Present Continuous
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    {file:///C:/Users/Liliana/AppData/Local/Temp/msohtmlclip1/01/clip_image007.gif} Ex: am
    {file:///C:/Users/Liliana/AppData/Local/Temp/msohtmlclip1/01/clip_image008.gif} Aren’t deciding
    Past Continuous
    Ex:
    Ex: was having
    Weren’t deciding
    ...
    Future Simple
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    {file:///C:/Users/Liliana/AppData/Local/Temp/msohtmlclip1/01/clip_image010.gif} Ex: will
    {file:///C:/Users/Liliana/AppData/Local/Temp/msohtmlclip1/01/clip_image011.gif} Won’t live
    Conditional
    Ex:
    Ex: would come
    Wouldn’t leave
    2. Pronouns/determiners
    Direct Speech
    Reported Speech
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