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Índice de Inglês V de 9º ano

01. DEVELOPING READING AND WRITING SKILLS / EXTENDING READING


1.1) English world
  • The importance of English

1.2) Health and fitness
  • Why physical activity is important for you


1.3) Jobs and careers
  • Jobs for the boys!


1.4) Discrimination

  • Boys and girls

1.5) Entertainment

  • Sophie and Edward expecting royal baby

 

02. ENGLISH GRAMMAR


2.1) Adjectives
  • Adjectives followed by to-infinitive
  • Adjective formation: prefixes
  • Adjective formation: suffixes
  • Adjective order
  • Adjectives ending in -ed and -ing
  • Adjectives with preposition
  • Comparative and superlative forms

2.2) Adverbs
  • Adverbs of degree
  • Adverbs of frequency
  • Adverbs of place
  • Adverbs of time
  • Adverbs of manner
  • Too and not enough

2.3) Articles
  • Omission of the definite/ indefinite articles
  • The definite article
  • The indefinite article

2.4) Conjunctions and prepositions
  • As and like
  • Connectors
  • Coordinate and subordinate clauses
  • Purpose clause

 

2.5) If-clauses

  • If-clauses type I
  • If-clauses type II
  • If-clauses type III

2.6) Modal verbs
  • Can, may, must, should, need
  • Shall, will, would
  • Should and shouldn't

2.7) Nouns
  • Collective nouns (singular and plural)
  • Compound nouns
  • Countable and uncountable nouns
  • Noun formation: suffixes
  • Plurals with no singular forms
  • Possessive case (-'s and of)
  • Special plurals
  • The gender

2.8) Passive voice
  • Active and passive
  • Passive verb forms
  • A special passive structure

2.9) Prepositions
  • At, on, in
  • By and with
  • Prepositions of place and movement
  • Compounds of every, some, no and any
  • Demonstrative pronouns
  • Personal pronouns
  • Possessive pronouns and determiners
  • Quantifiers
  • Reflexive pronouns
  • Relative pronouns

2.11) Questions
  • Question tags
  • Wh-questions
  • Yes/no questions

2.12) Reported Speech
  • Reporting statements
  • Reporting questions
  • Changing into direct speech
  • Other reporting verbs

2.13) The infinitive and gerund
  • To-infinitive
  • Plain infinitive, bare infinitive, infinitive without to
  • Gerund
  • Rephrasing

2.14) Verbs
  • Expressing the future
  • Imperative
  • Irregular verbs
  • Past Continuous
  • Past Perfect
  • Phrasal verbs
  • Prepositional verbs
  • Present Continuous
  • Present Perfect
  • Present Perfect Continuous
  • Simple Past
  • Simple Present
  • There to be
  • Verb formation: prefixes
 
QUIZZES
1. English world
2. Health and fitness
4. Discrimination I
5. Discrimination II
6. Entertainment I
7. Entertainment II
8.Adjectives I
9. Adjectives II
10. Adjectives III
11. Adjectives IV
12. Adjectives V
13. Adverbs
14. Conjunctions
15. Conjunctions and prepositions
16. Passive voice
17. Pronouns and determiners
18. Verbs I
19. Verbs II
20. There to be
21. Simple Past
22. Simple Present
 
EXERCÍCIOS
1. English world
2. Health and fitness
3. Adjectives
4. Adverbs
5. Articles
6. Conjunctions and prepositions
7. If-clauses
8. Modal verbs
9. Nouns
10. Passive voice
11. Prepositions
12.Pronouns and determiners
13. Questions
14. Reported Speech
15. The infinitive and gerund
16. Verbs
 
FILMES
Conjunctions I 
Conjunctions II
Connectors I
Connectors II
 
Modal Verbs I
Modal Verbs II
Modal Verbs to Express Past Possibilities
 
Word Formation
Gender of nouns
Classification of nouns
 
Passive Voice I
Passive Voice II
Mr. D. Presents: Mr. Passive Voice
The best passive voice lesson
 
Prepositions - 'at', 'on', 'in' I
Prepositions - 'at', 'on', 'in' II
Prepositions of place
 
How do you use 'determiners'?
Quantifiers
 
Tag Questions
Tag Questions with indefinite pronouns
Question Tags Practice
Questions With How Much and How Many
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Reported Speech (Intro)
Reported Speech
 
Gerund and Infinitives
 
Learn Tenses
Present, past, future, simple, continuous, progressive, perfect
All about phrasal verbs!
Phrasal Verbs (Structure)

 
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