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Stage 4

Party people

Nesta aula do nosso curso online de inglês, você aprenderá a falar sobre hábitos do passado, uso do superlativo e mais.

1 . Você gosta de ir a festas? As pessoas sempre conversam muito nas festas. Se a música estiver alta demais para conversar, você pode dançar!

2 . Peter e Karen estão tendo dificuldades para manter a conversa. Leia os diálogos e preencha as lacunas. Em seguida, ouça a gravação para conferir suas respostas.

1 .

Peter: Would you like a cigarette?

Karen: Not for me, thanks. I used to smoke but I gave up last year.

2 .

Peter: What about a glass of wine?

Karen: No thanks, I …………………… but my doctor told me to stop.

3 .

Peter: Perhaps a cup of coffee instead?

Karen: No, thank you. I …………………… coffee, but it stops me sleeping.

4 .

Peter: Well, would you like to try one of these chicken pieces?

Karen: Er, no, I …………………… meat, but now I’m a vegetarian.

5 .

Peter: Um, I see. Would you like to dance, then?

Karen: No, thank you. I …………………… , but I hurt my leg in a skiing accident.

6 .

Peter: Uh huh, what about singing some karaoke?

Karen: Yes, great idea! I …………………… very shy, but now I love singing in public

3 . Selecione a opção correta do par de palavras em itálico em cada frase. Em seguida, ouça a gravação para corrigir suas respostas.

JAMES : Who’s this / that over there? By the door.

BECKY : Brian Clack. He’s my cousin. Why do you ask?

JAMES : Well, I just found these / those keys on the floor. I think he dropped them. Did you prepare all this / that food yourself?

BECKY : Most of it, yes. But I bought quite a lot ready-prepared from this / that supermarket that has just opened down the road.

JAMES : Mm. Well, you’ve done a great job.

BECKY : Thanks. These / Those little pastries are delicious. Have you tried one?

JAMES : Not yet. Mm, you’re right. They aren’t bad, are they? Well, I’d better
give these / those keys back to Brian. See you later!

4 . Selecione a palavra ou expressão correta para completar cada frase.

1 Her dress is very nice. It’s …………… than mine.

a) beautiful

b) more beautiful

c) most beautiful

2 The prawn snacks are wonderful. They’re the …………… things to eat.

a) delicious

b) more delicious

c) most delicious

3 The music is lovely, but I can hardly hear it. Can you make it ……………?

a) loud

b) louder

c) loudest

4 That woman over there is very …………… , she never stops talking!

a) boring

b) more boring

c) the most boring

5 It’s been a wonderful party, the …………… party I’ve been to for a long time!

a) good

b) better

c) best

20 minutes+

Há dez erros neste diálogo. Encontre os erros e escreva as palavras corretas. Em seguida, ouça a gravação para conferir suas respostas.

JENNY : Hi. What’s your name?

STEVE : Oh, hi. My name’s Steve. What’s yours name?

JENNY : I’m Jenny. Have you comed to England for a holiday?

STEVE : No, I’m here on business. Mine company has an office not far from here.

JENNY : Is you on your own?

STEVE : No, I’m with my wife. She’s over there.

JENNY : Is she the taller woman with the long hair?

STEVE : That’s her. Are you here on your own?

JENNY : No, I’m with my husband. He’s this man with the blue jacket over there. What did you arrive in England?

STEVE : We are arriving two days ago.

JENNY : I see, and when long are you here altogether?

STEVE : Just a week.

JENNY : I hope you had a great time.


Word Bank

neighbours (RU) / neighbors (EUA) = vizinhos

pastries (substantivo) = pastelaria (tortas e bolos)

snacks (substantivo) = lanches, refeições leves

vegetarian (substantivo) = vegetariano


Respostas:

Exercício 2

1 used to smoke

2 used to drink

3 used to drink

4 used to eat

5 used to dance

6 used to be

Exercício 3

JAMES : Who’s that over there? By the door?

BECKY : Brian Clack. He’s my cousin. Why do you ask?

JAMES : Well, I just found these keys on the floor. I think he dropped them. Did you prepare all this food yourself?

BECKY : Most of it, yes. But I bought quite a lot ready-prepared from that new supermarket that has just opened down the road.

JAMES : Mm. Well, you’ve done a great job.

BECKY : Thanks. These little pastries are delicious. Have you tried one?

JAMES : Not yet. Mm, you’re right. They aren’t bad, are they? Well, I’d better give these keys back to Brian. See you later!

Exercício 4

1-b; 2-c; 3-b; 4-a; 5-c

20 minutes+

JENNY : Hi. What’s your name?

STEVE : Oh, hi. My name’s Steve. What’s your name?

JENNY : I’m Jenny. Have you come to England for a holiday?

STEVE : No, I’m here on business. My company has an office not far from here.

JENNY : Are you on your own?

STEVE : No, I’m with my wife. She’s over there.

JENNY : Is she the tall woman with the long hair?

STEVE : That’s her. Are you here on your own?

JENNY : No, I’m with my husband. He’s that man with the blue jacket over there. When did you arrive in England?

STEVE : We arrived two days ago.

JENNY : I see, and how long are you here altogether?

STEVE : Just a week.

JENNY : I hope you have a great time.