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Programa do 4º ano Inglês - Nivel B1

GRAMMATICAL COMPONENT
  • Comparatives/ Superlatives
  • Relative Clauses
  • Present Tenses
  • Past Tense
  • Reported Speech
  • Future Tenses
  • Infinitives
  • Logical Assumptions
  • Gradable Adverbs
  • Be/ Get/ Used to/ Would
  • Useful Expressions and Linking Words/ Phrases
  • a/an - the

SKILLS DEVELOPMENT

SPEAKING/VOCABULARY

Expressing interest; Talking about a film you have seen; Giving personal information; expressing likes/ dislikes; contrasting ideas; speculating; Offer/ Refuse - Food - Drinks; Asking for - giving advice; Agreeing - Disagreeing; Suggesting, Reaching a decision; Describing pictures; Asking/ recommending places; Giving reasons/ examples; Expressing similarities/ differences; Means of Transport; Sports; Entertainment; Films; Hobbies; Word power: ways to walk; Eating disorders; Vegans; Eating Habits; Jobs; Emergency Services; Food Allergies: Word power: make/do; Festivals and Celebrations; Holiday Destinations; Types of Travel; Word power: ways to look.

READING

  • Multiple choice - one long text followed by seven multiple-choice questions
  • Multiple matching - A text or several short texts preceded by 15 multiple-matching questions
  • Gapped Text - a text with six extracts removed. Students must decide on the correct position of the missing extract in the test.

LISTENING

  • Eight short extracts, from exchanges between interacting speakers. This task includes three multiple-choice questions for each extract.
  • A monologue or conversation between two or more speakers with a sentence completion task of 10 items. Students must listen and fill in the incomplete sentences with information heard from the recording.
  • Five short themed monologues. The task requires selection of the correct option from a list of six
  • A conversation between two or more speakers. This task includes seven multiple-choice questions, each with three options.
                              

 

WRITING

  • Stories, descriptions in stories (people, places, objects)
  • A summary of a text
  • Letters/ e-mails
  • Letters/ e-mails of application/ recommendation
  • Letters/ e-mails based on notes
  • Narrative/ descriptive e-mails
  • Short letter to a friend describing a festival
  • Expanding sentences
  • Short text about a bad holiday experience
  • Argumentative essays (for and against, opinion, solutions to problems)
  • An itinerary

USE OF ENGLISH

  • A cloze test containing 12 gaps and followed by 12 multiple-choice items
  • An open cloze test containing 12 gaps
  • A text contained 10 gaps. Each gap corresponds to a word. The stems of the missing words are given beside the text and must be altered to form the correct missing word in the context of the text.
  • Eight separate questions, each with a lead-in sentence and a gapped second sentence to be completed in three to six words, one of which is a given "key word".