TEXTO PARA SER ESTUDADO PARA A PROVA DE INGLÊS- PELOS ALUNOS DO S.III –NÚCLEO DE LÍNGUAS – UECE- NO MUNICÍPIO DE HORIZONTE-ESCOLA JOSÉ EDUARDO DE SOUSA
A British couple went to France for the day – and they got home seven days later.
Everything began well for Mr and Mrs Long on their day trip to France. They went by train from London to Dover and got the ferry to Boulogne in France.
They went for a short walk around the town but they got completely lost. ‘We walked and walked’, said Mrs Long, ‘but we couldn’t find our way back to the ferry port’. They walked all night and finally a motorist picked them up and drove them to a small village. Here they caught a train to Paris. They plan was to travel from Paris to London. But they caught the wrong train and the next morning they arrived in Luxembourg! They went to the police station for help, and two hours later the police put them on the train back to Paris. But the train divided into two and unfortunately they were in the wrong half, and they arrived in Basle in Switzerland! A lorry driver took them back to Paris and they went to the railway station again where they nearly got a train to Bonn in Germany. Finally, they got on the right train, and they arrived back in Boulogne a week after their ‘short walk around the town’. Mr Long said, ‘This was our first trip abroad and probably our last!’
LEIA O TEXTO ACIMA E TENTE RESUMÍ-LO COM SUAS PALAVRAS EM 10 LINHAS. TRAZER O RESUMO DO TEXTO NO DIA 26 DE JUNHO.
NA HORA DA PROVA ESCRITA, OS ALUNOS IRÃO TRANSCREVER SEUS RESUMOS ESCRITOS PARA SUA PROVA ESCRITA.
ATENÇÃO: DIA 26 PELA MANHÃ, OCORRERÁ O ESTUDO DA UNIDADE 9B QUE SE CARACTERIZARÁ COMO SENDO A PROVA ORAL. CADA PAR DE ALUNOS IRÃO TRAZER UM TEXTO, CUJO TEMA “PRESENT PERRFEC” ESTEJA PRESENTE PARA A SALA DE AULA E FARÁ UMA ABORDAGEM DE GRAMÁTICA NO TEXTO EM FORMA DE AULA INTERATIVA COM OS ALUNOS EM TORNO DE 20 MINUTOS PARA CADA PAR DE ALUNOS. OU DIVIDIREMOS A UNIDADE, DANDO PARA CADA PAR DE ALUNOS UM TÓPICO PARA SER TRABALHADO NESTA AULA. A EXIGÊNCIA DE SE FALAR EM INGLÊS SERÁ MAIOR, PORTANTO CAPRICHEM, POIS SERÁ JULGADA A PORCENTAGEM DE FALA EM INGLES E EM PORTUGUES,
NO FINAL DA AULA, DEPOIS DAS PROVAS ESCRITAS E AUDITIVA, FAREMOS NOSSO ENCERRAMENTO. fAVOR TRAZEREM ALGO BEM DIFERENTE PARA A SALA SE COTIZANDO.
SEGUE PUBLICADO ABAIXO UM MATERIAL SOBRE ADVERBIOS PARA ESTUDO DA PROVA ESCRITA. CASO QUEIRAM IMPRIMIR PARA POSTERIOR ESTUDOS, AUTORIZO IMPRESSÃO DESTE MATERIAL SEM NENHUM PROBLEMA.
Adverbs are used to modify a verb, an adjective, or another adverb:
 Mary sings beautifully
In , the adverb beautifully tells us how Mary sings. In , extremely tells us the degree to which David is clever. Finally, in , the adverb incredibly tells us how fast the car goes.
Formal Characteristics of Adverbs
Because of their distinctive endings, these adverbs are known as -LY ADVERBS. However, by no means all adverbs end in -ly. Note also that some adjectives also end in -ly, including costly, deadly, friendly, kindly, likely, lively, manly, and timely.
The modifying words very and extremely are themselves adverbs. They are called DEGREE ADVERBS because they specify the degree to which an adjective or another adverb applies. Degree adverbs include almost, barely, entirely, highly, quite, slightly, totally, and utterly. Degree adverbs are not gradable (*extremely very).
John works hard -- Mary works harder -- I work hardest
However, the majority of adverbs do not take these endings. Instead, they form the comparative using more and the superlative using most:
In the formation of comparatives and superlatives, some adverbs are irregular:
Adverbs and Adjectives
Adverbs and adjectives have important characteristics in common -- in particular their gradability, and the fact that they have comparative and superlative forms. However, an important distinguishing feature is that adverbs do not modify nouns, either attributively or predicatively:
The following words, together with their comparative and superlative forms, can be both adverbs and adjectives:
early, far, fast, hard, late
The following sentences illustrate the two uses of early:
The comparative better and the superlative best, as well as some words denoting time intervals (daily, weekly, monthly), can also be adverbs or adjectives, depending on how they are used.
We have incorporated some of these words into the following exercise. See if you can distinguish between the adverbs and the adjectives.
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