Mark the sentence which is grammatically correct.
Mark the correct alternative:
If you ___ the way, I _____ you up.
Leia as afirmativas a seguir:
I. Está correta a grafia do trecho a seguir:to give one the lie (acusar alguém de mentir) .
II. A mãe e o pai têm direitos e deveres iguais, assim como responsabilidades compartilhadas no cuidado e na educação da criança.
Marque a alternativa CORRETA:
Teacher can use this board to teach lessons about:
Running is _____kind of exercise.
According to the text, identify the propositions below as true ( T ) or false ( F ) and chose the correct alternative, from top to bottom.
( ) The pronoun their (line 3) refers to ‘hoaxes’.
( ) The word misleading (line 2) could be replaced by ‘deceptive’ without change in meaning.
( ) The pronoun it (line 7) refers to ‘digital media’.
( ) The meaning of the sentence ‘Fake news has been one of the most hotly-debated socio-political topics of recent years’ (line 1) is that ‘lately fake news has been one of the socio-political issues most often agreed to be harmful’.
An English ____ can be ______ or ______. The first one's form their past and past participle forms by adding –ed.
The other's form their past and past participle forms in _______ ways. (Wilson, P. and Glazier, T. (2011). The least you should know about English. Boston, Mass.: Wadsworth, p.321.)
We often watch TV in the afternoon, _____?
The activity above helps teaching:
I saw ____as a famous actor.
The children got dressed ______ .
Pete is talking to his English teacher about the strategies he has been using to study at home. He seems to have forgotten the phrasal verbs he was studying and trying to use during this conversation in order to impress the teacher. Read an extract of their dialogue:
(…) (Pete) – Phrasal verbs are so difficult! Well, I have been studying really, really hard. I have to learn so many things before the tests. There are some things I have been doing… For example, I try to… to… memorize the expressions by reading them out loud several times a day.
(Teacher) – What else have you been doing that you consider effective? (Pete) – I try to use the expressions and new words in stories… but often times they don't… they don't… make sense.
(Teacher) – There's a phrasal verb for that.
(Pete) – I can't remember it! I have to understand how I learn better…
(Teacher) – Maybe you are exaggerating a bit.
(Pete) – I am not. I have problems… reaching the same level of my classmates.
(Teacher) – I don't agree with you, but if you feel you need to improve, we can talk about this later.
(Pete) – That would be great! Thank you!
If Pete had remembered the phrasal verbs he wanted to use in the conversation with his teacher in order to replace the expressions in bold, they would have followed this order:
The following text is for question.
No texto, a expressão “It boils down to: I just want the truth of what really happened …", está corretamente formulada em:
“The students (30 energetic Italian pupils aged 15) have studied the passive forms with their usual English teacher. They can do written exercises to transform active to passive and vice versa and can construct passive sentences and questions (at least in theory). Now I, the conversation teacher, have been asked to practise the passive orally in my next 50 minute lesson."
The text above offers some advices for:
Read the extract of a text written by a student. The proposal was to write a letter of complaint to the manager of a store where the student, as a client, had a problem when he bought something online. The teacher explained the task and highlighted that students were supposed to come up with a situation, explaining what happened exactly and how they would like the situation to be solved. One of the criteria for correction was grammar accuracy, since the letter is supposed to be formal:
(…) To my surprise, when I opened the box, I realized that it did not contain the cell phone I had purchased. I had already bought other items from Luke's and I had never had any problems before. I was really anxious for my new cell phone and I just could not believe it. Though, I write this letter to inform you about what happened and to ask you for a refund or for the correct item. I called the store, but nobody could offer me a solution. People were a bit rude and I felt very disappointed. Never before had I been treated that way, which is why I also ask for a retraction. I am aware of the good quality of the products you sell. I have been a client for about 5 years. I hope this situation can be solved soon.
Looking forward to hearing from you,
Mark the alternative that corresponds to a grammar inaccuracy, considering the context of the letter.