Cursos de Inglês

São boas escolas, na minha opinião:

http://www.alumni.org.br/Jardins_Unidade.htm

http://www.culturainglesasp.com.br/wps/portal/Internet/home

http://www.qype.com.br/place/846379-SEnac-Idiomas-Vila-Mariana-Sao-Paulo

http://www.uniaocultural.com.br/s2/_new/

Pela internet:

http://www.clsbrasil.com.br/contato/localizacao.php

http://googlebr.englishtown.com/online/LP/BR/PT/May12_4tabs.aspx?ctr=br&lng=pt&etag=GOBRPS_BRD_BTV_PP_LP42&ps=y

Ver:  http://www.unitedinstitute.com.br/unidades/

http://www.mindsidiomas.com.br/quem_somos.php

http://desconto.wizard.com.br/?gclid=CPb98NCg7LECFQS0nQodt2YAqw

http://wiseup.com/

http://www.teclasap.com.br/blog/2010/02/02/10-dicas-infaliveis-para-quem-quer-aprender-ingles/

Dicionário:   www.m-w.com

Lar…&…Etc…………………………………………………………………………………………..

http://elt.heinle.com/cgi-telt/course_products_wp.pl?fid=M20b&discipline_number=301&subject_code=&product_isbn_issn=0838406653&chapter_number=0&resource_id=21&altname=MP3+Audio

World Link book2, Unit 1

Lesson A               The people in my life Lesson B             My memories
Vocabulary Link Relationships acquaintance, best             friend, colleague . . . A record of your life diploma, passport,             yearbook . . .
Listening “Nosy Nora”: Listening for meaning             and details “Just a few old keepsakes”: Listening for details
Speaking & Pronuncation “I’d like you to meet . . .”: Strategy–Introducing             someone to someone else Reduction of present             continuous -ing ending
Reading & Writing “A book of memories”: Reading about high school             yearbooks “Signing a yearbook”: Writing             a yearbook-style graduation             message
Language Link The simple present vs. the present             continuous Review of the simple past
Communication “Is it you?”: Guessing classmates’ identities by their habits “Class awards”: Selecting classmates             to receive various awards

World Link book2, Unit 2

Lesson A               Foods we like Lesson B             Eating out
Vocabulary Link Describing foods buttery, crunchy,             sweet, bland . . . Restaurant experiences appetizer, dessert,             doggie bag . . .
Listening “Foods of the southern             U.S.”: Listening for opinions             and adjectives “The Slow Food movement”: Listening for beliefs and             key words
Speaking & Pronuncation “Pizza again?”: Strategy—Offering and             suggesting Sentence stress and rhythm
Reading & Writing “The healthiest people in the             world”: Reading about the             longevity of Okinawans “Restaurant review”: Writing a restaurant review
Language Link The comparative form of adjectives The superlative form of adjectives
Communication “Veronica’s Restaurant”: Creating a radio advertisement             for a new and             improved restaurant “Comparing foods”: Creating a menu             for a new restaurant

…………………………Lar&Etc………………….

Aprender inglês se divertindo…com músicas ( lendo a letra e ouvindo)  ou

séries como “How I meet your mother”, ER, Misfits, Sherlock, Downton Abbey, The Inbetweeners, Black Mirror.

trava-língua: http://www.oqueeoquee.com/trava-lingua-em-ingles/

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