Read the conversation below:


A: “Do you remember that it is winter in Europe?”

B: “That´s true! Look at the clothes I´m packing.”

A: “They are not appropriate. I don´t think they are _______.”


The alternative that completes it is:

cold enough.

comfortable enough.

small enough.

warm enough.

big enough.

Complete the sentences with the simple past tense of the verbs. Choose the correct sequence:


1) Marty and Hank____________ (buy) a beautiful crystal vase in Montreal.

2) My wife and I   ____________ (fly) from Rio de Janeiro to New York two years ago.

3) My in-laws__________ (take) a cruise through Greece.

4) Maurice and Melman________ (play) golf in Scotland.

1) buys  2) flys  3) takes  4) played

1) bought  2) flew  3) took  4) played

1) buyed  2) flyed  3) taked  4) played

1) bought  2) flew  3) took  4) plaied

1) bought  2) flied  3) taked  4) played

Complete the sentences with the correct form of “there to be”.


As you are on a diet, ____________ no sugar in this dessert.

We need to go shopping, __________ only a banana and some milk. ____________ any carrots in the fridge too.


The correct sequence is:

there are – there is – There are

there is – there is – There aren’t

there aren’t – there is – There are

there isn’t – there are – There aren’t

there is – there are – there isn’t

Leia o parágrafo abaixo para responder a questão.


It’s nine thirty in the evening. Mom and Dad are in the living room. Dad is reading a book. Mom is writing a letter. My sister is upstairs in her bedroom, she is studying science. My friend and I are in the garage. We’re doing our art homework. George is painting and I’m taking pictures. Grandfather is dancing in his bedroom. Our dog King isn’t in the house. King is sleeping in the backyard.


Write T (True) or F (False).


         1- There are seven people in the house. (     )

         2- The father is in the bedroom. (     )

         3- The boys are in the garage. (     )

         4- The sister is studying arts. (     )

         5- King is sleeping in the house. (     )


A sequência correta encontrada é:

T – F – T – T – T

T – F – T – T – F

T – F – F – T – T

F – T – F – F – F

F – F – T – F – F

Match questions with the correct answers.


A) Is Joseph your brother?                     (     ) No, you aren’t. You’re early.       

B) Are you from Brazil?                          (     ) Yes, he is.

C) Are your friends with you now?         (     ) Yes, it’s very cold.

D) Is it cool today, Mom?                        (     ) No, I’m not. I’m from Chile.

E) Am I late for class?                            (     ) Yes, we are.

F) Are you and Martha best friends?      (     ) No, they aren’t. They’re still at school.


The correct sequence is:

F – A – D – E – B – C

C – A – D – E – F – B

B – F – D – E – A – C

E – A – D – B – F – C

F – A – D – B – E – C

De acordo com os estudos do verbo “to be”, todas as frases estão escritas gramaticalmente corretas, EXCETO:

Are Paul and Mary your parents? No, they aren’t.

I’m not an American boy. I’m from England.

Is Bob and I friends? Yes, he is.

Is the lion at the zoo? No, it isn’t.

Is Claire a good student? Yes, she is.

A dictionary is a book containing a selection of the words of a language, usually arranged alphabetically, giving information about their meaning, pronunciations, etymologies, inflected forms, etc., expressed in either the same or another language.

        (Webster’s Encyclopedic Unabridged Dictionary, Gramercy Books, NY, 1989, page 400)


De acordo com o texto, um dicionário é:

um livro que informa sobre as línguas do mundo.

um livro que explica as palavras apenas de uma língua estrangeira.

um compêndio sobre a alfabetização.

uma seleção de línguas.

um livro que contém uma seleção de palavras de uma língua.

A respeito das etapas de uma atividade de leitura, leia as ações a seguir:

(   ) ler para buscar sentido e estabelecer relações com aquilo que sabemos.

(   ) estimular a curiosidade para a leitura do título selecionado.

(   ) inferir significados e negociar sentidos a partir do texto.

(   ) avaliar o desempenho da leitura e sanar as dúvidas.


Relacione essas ações às seguintes etapas:






Após a associação, a ordem numérica obtida é:

2 – 1 – 1 – 3

2 – 1 – 2 – 3

2 – 1 – 3 – 3

2 – 3 – 2 – 3

2 – 1 – 3 – 2

De acordo com seus estudos sobre “verb to be”, “interrogative pronouns” e “possessive adjectives”, relacione as frases às respostas correspondentes.


1. Are you a musician? (    )

2. Where are your parents from? (    )

3. How old are you? (    )

4. What’s her nationality? (    )

5. What’s his occupation? (    )

6. Who’s your friend? (    )


A. His name’s Robert.

B. No, I’m a graphic designer.

C. He’s a manager.

D. São Paulo. But they live in Rio de Janeiro now.

E. Twenty.

F. She’s Australian.


The correct sequence is:

B – E – C – D – A – F

B – D – E – F – C – A

B – F – E – D – C – A 

C – D – B – E – A – F 

C – D – E – F – B – A

Read the text and answer the question.


         The biggest holiday of the year and the one many people, especially children enjoy the most is Christmas Day.  Soon after thanksgiving people start sending Christmas cards and decorate their houses. Almost every home has a Christmas tree. German soldiers started this tradition in the U.S. during the Revolutionary War of 1776.         

         The evening before Christmas Day is called Christmas Eve.  On Christmas Eve many people go to church and sing Christmas carols, and the President gives his Christmas message on TV. Parents tell children that Santa Claus will come to their house in the night  and  leave  presents for them. 

         On Christmas Day people open their presents and then they prepare a traditional dinner of turkey or ham with vegetables, salads and desserts. There are also special cookies, candies, nuts and fruits.  Christmas dinner is eaten late in the afternoon. During the day many families watch special Christmas TV and children play with their new toys. Some people go ice-skating or drive around town to look at the decorations.

                                                (From: American Customs and Traditions, Longman)


Match the two columns according to the text:


I.­ Every home has a… 

II.­ Many people go to… 

III.­ The evening before Christmas is called… 

IV.­ People sing… 

V.­ The president gives…


(     ) Christmas Eve. 

(     ) message on TV. 

(     ) Christmas tree.

(     ) church. 

(     ) Christmas carols.


The correct sequence is:

I, III, V, II and IV

V, IV, III, I and II 

II, III, V, IV and I

III, V, I, II and IV

IV, II, I, III and V

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