Programa do 5º ano Inglês - Nivel B2

 Grammatical Component
  • Comparisons
  • Infinitives / ing forms
  • Clauses of reason /purpose / cause and effect
  • Direct / indirect questions
  • Tense revision (present tenses / past tenses / future tenses)
  • Collective nouns
  • Conditionals
  • Wishes
  • Unreal past
  • Time adverbs
  • Adjectives / adverbs
  • Clauses of concession
  • Modals
  • Intensifying adjectives
  • Passive
  • Causative
  • Inversion
  • Emphatic structures
  • So - neither / nor
  • Modal verbs
  • Linkers
  • Relative clauses
  • The definite article
  • Quantifiers
  • Phrasal verbs
  • Relative clauses
  • The definite article
  • quantifiers
  • Linkers

 Vocabulary / Speaking

Gestures and emotions; body language; character traits; music / places of entertainment; feelings and moods; friendship; ways to look; ways to talk; the senses; languages, dialects and accents; animal groups and sounds; disasters; idioms; crime; technology; social / world issues; welfare; work; festivals; organisations; evolution; conservation;  heredity; GM foods; food / drink; teenage problems; weather; travel; shopping; money.

Expressing preferences; give reasons; ask for opinion; agree / disagree; ask for and give advice; complain; apologise; ask about and express feelings; invite / accept and refuse invitations; express dissatisfaction; give and react to news; make speculations; express wants / intentions and opinions; give an eyewitness account; contrast ideas; make and  respond to suggestions; express probability / advantages / disadvantages; express agreement / disagreement.


  • Multiple choice - text with eight multiple choice questions.
  • Gapped text - text with seven extracts removed
  • Multiple matching - four short texts with 15 multiple matching questions.


  • Part 1 - Multiple choice - eight situations with three multiple choice questions for each situation.
  • Part 2 - Sentence completion - students have to complete the ten spaces in the task with information from the recording.
  • Part 3 - Five speakers - five short monologues requiring a selection of the correct option from a list.
  • Part 4 - Multiple choice - a conversation between two or more people with six multiple choice questions with three options in each question.

Use of English

  • Multiple choice cloze - text with twelve spaces and twelve multiple choice items.
  • Open cloze - text containing twelve gaps.
  • Word formation - a text with ten spaces and a word at the end of the line with a space, students use a form of the word to complete the space.
  • Key word transformation - completion - eight separate questions each with a lead-in sentence and a gapped second sentence to be completed with two to five words one of which is a given ‘key word'.


  • Letters / Emails (informal / semi-formal / formal)
  • Stories
  • Essays
  • Reports / Proposals
  • Articles