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Programa do 7º ano Inglês - Nivel C2

GRAMMATICAL COMPONENT
  • Conditional sentences - 0; 1st; 2nd, 3rd
  • Prepositions and phrasal verbs with: down, out, in, for, out, look forward to, up, off, through, back,
  • Wishes and Regrets - present/past forms
  • Modals and semi-modals - ought to; should; must; - present/past forms
  • Defining/non defining relative clauses
  • Collocations with: have; do; make; take
  • Clauses of: reason; result; purpose - in order do; be a consequence of; because; because of; so; so as to; as a result of; with the result that; owing to; stems from
  • Future forms: be going to; will; will be doing, will have done, will have been doing
  • Participle clauses
  • Reported speech

ings vs infinitives - full and bare infinitives

  • Verb Tenses: present; past; perfect forms including all ing and simple forms
  • The passive: present; past; present/past continuous; past perfect simple; modal verbs; past modal verbs
  • Inversion of subject and verb
  • Articles: a; an; the
  • Showing emphasis using: Cleft sentences e.g. What I want to talk to you about is......
  • Linking words/Connectors: despite; even though; no sooner; even if; provided (that); as a result; what's more, furthermore; however; (al)though; despite the fact that

 

SKILLS DEVELOPMENT AND EXAMINATION PRACTICE

SPEAKING/VOCABULARY

Discussing cultures and places;  ways of keeping in touch with friends and family;  discussing current magazines, periodicals, newspapers; telephone dialogues;  working for someone versus setting up your own business;  advantages/disadvantages of certain jobs; discussing the most useful/practical inventions of the 20th century; expressing agreement/admiration/surprise or disbelief/sympathy;  discussing issues students feel strongly about;  various forms of advertising: TV; radio;  newspapers; leaflets; fliers; brochures; hoardings;  major decisions affecting one's life; dreams, their value/meaning;  past experiences in one's life;  discussing films, books, plays, concerts, songs;

READING

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

 

LISTENING

  • Three short extracts, from exchanges between interacting speakers. This task includes two multiple-choice questions for each extract.
  • A monologue with a sentence completion task of 8 items. Students must listen and fill in the incomplete sentences with information heard from the recording.
  • A conversation between two or more speakers. This task includes six multiple-choice questions, each with four options.
  • Five short themed monologues. Each multiple-matching task requires selection of the correct options from a list of eight.

 WRITING

  • Formal/informal letters - appropriate letter conventions, expressions, format
  • Comparisons between formal/informal writing
  • Reports
  • Writing a review of: a book; film;
  • Writing information sheets
  • Essays
  • Articles

 USE OF ENGLISH

  • A cloze test containing 12 gaps and followed by 12 multiple-choice items
  • An open cloze test containing 15 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.
  • Five questions, each one containing three discrete sentences. Each sentence contains one gaps, with must be completed with one word which is appropriate in all three sentences
  • 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".