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Stage 2

Making sense

A pontuação na linguagem escrita ajuda o leitor a entender melhor o que é dito.

1 . Coloque os sinais de pontuação e as letras maiúsculas neste diálogo.

good morning can i help you

yes please i want a ticket to rome

certainly sir whats your name

john green thats g r e e n

ok mr green when do you want to fly

on monday june the tenth

the best flight is ba2747 that leaves at 15 30

15 30 thats great

2 . Ouça as frases da gravação. Em seguida, complete as lacunas com as palavras que estão faltando e com a pontuação correta.

1) ……………………… the post office

2) can i help you

3) hes ………………… to paris tomorrow

4) how much is a ………………… ticket

5) thats ……………… mobile phone isnt it

6) that sign says ……………………………………………

7) its only another ……………… miles to ………………

8) do you want an ………………………… . i do

3 . Em inglês, há muitas palavras que possuem o mesmo som, mas têm significados distintos e são escritas de maneiras diferentes. Elas são chamadas de homophones. Confira algumas abaixo:

too/to – two | I – eye | see – sea | son – sun | wait – weight | their – there | some – sum | write – right | know – no | here – hear

20 minutes+

Leia e ouça as orações abaixo e escolha a palavra correta.

1) Do you no / know what your weight / wait is?

2) I want to buy some / sum flowers for my mother.

3) They are going to write / right to me about the job.

4) Please stay hear / here while I look for him.

5) He’s my sun / son and I love him very much.

6) The post office is over there / their.


Word Bank

eye (substantivo) = olho

hear (verbo) = ouvir

know (verbo) = saber

paper (substantivo) = papel

some (adjetivo) = algum, um pouco de

sum (substantivo) = soma

wait (verbo) = esperar

weight (substantivo) = peso


Respostas:

Exercício 1

‘Good morning. Can I help you?’

‘Yes, please. I want a ticket to Rome.’

‘Certainly, sir. What’s your name?’

‘John Green. That’s G-R-E-E-N.’

‘OK, Mr Green. When do you want to fly?’

‘On Monday, June the tenth.’

‘The best flight is BA2747. That leaves at 15.30.’

‘15.30? That’s great.’

Exercício 2

1 Where’s the post office?

2 Can I help you?

3 He’s flying to Paristomorrow.

4 How much is a return ticket?

5 That’s Tom’s mobile phone, isn’t it?

6 That sign says: Danger!

7 It’s only another forty-eight miles to Bristol.

8 Do you want an ice cream? I do.

20 minutes +

1 Do you know what your weight is?

2 I want to buy some flowers for my mother.

3 They are going to write to me about the job.

4 Please stay here while I look for him.

5 He’s my son and I love him very much.

6 The post office is over there.