ATIVIDADES de INGLÊS ONLINE! #1 | Treine o seu READING,LISTENING e WRITING agora! | Prof.Newton Rocha – Inglês por SKYPE! #dicasdeinglês

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What New Years’ resolutions do you have for next year? What do you intend to do next year? Are you planning any trips, projects, personal changes?

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Quantifiers: A Few, A Little


1) Click on this link and read the first idioms with your teacher. Then make up a sentence with one of them!



1) Click on the link below and alternate reading and speaking what is asked in the cards with your teacher!


GRAMMAR: Active and Passive Voice

1) Click on the link below, read the explanation and do the exercise!


PICTURE DICTIONARY: Chinese Zodiac | New Year’s Tradition

1) Click on this link, find your Chinese Zodiac and read the text!

DICTATION: Quote of the Day

1) Hear the quote the teacher will read and write it below!

2) Source:



What are some New Year’s resolutions you have made in the past?

How can New Year’s resolutions help you in the coming year?

What are some New Year’s resolutions that you have broken quickly?

What are some New Year’s resolutions that you friends have made?

How can New Year’s resolutions be a good opportunity for change?

What New Year’s resolutions are you still keeping now?

Are you going to lose weight?

Are you going to exercise every day?

Are you going to give up smoking?

Are you going to study harder?


What did you (or will you) have for lunch on New Year’s Day?

What are the typical activities on New Year’s Day in your country?

Is New Year’s Day a holiday in your country?

Are any particular films always shown on New Year’s Day?

At what time do you usually get up (or go to bed) on New Year’s day?


What do you think was the best film of the last year?

What do you think was the most significant news story of the year?

What do you think was the most important medical issue of the year?

What do you think was the most significant political event of the year?

How much did your English improve over the year?

How would you describe last year’s weather?

Was there anything which you spent money on last year which you now regret?

Describe one thing which you bought last year which you would recommend to others?

What do you think was your best decision last year?


Have you made any New Year’s resolutions? What are they?

Do you usually make New Year’s resolutions? What resolutions did you make last year?

In what way, if any, will the way that you study English change in the New Year?

Do you have any holiday plans for the coming year? Is there anywhere you’d especially like to visit?

Is there any special treat that you are planning to give yourself this year – New TV, computer, special holiday, car etc.


When do the sales begin in your country?

Do you go to the sales?

Do you think that you really get reductions or do you think the the shops just manipulate the prices a little


VIDEO AND SPEAKING: How to Have a British Christmas

1) Watch this Video

2) Answer these questions!


The slang word used sometimes to name Christmas is




This is a video about

  1. a) British traditions which never made it to America
  2. b) British traditions which were taken to America
  3. c) Both British and American traditions

In Britain children

  1. a) do not send letters to Father Christmas
  2. b) put their letters to Father Christmas in the mail box
  3. c) toss their letters to Father Chrsitmas in the fire

Father Christmas

  1. a) reads wishes in the smoke
  2. b) makes children cry
  3. c) sends the letters directly to the North Pole

British children

  1. a) wake up when Father Christmas comes
  2. b) like hanging stockings in their living rooms
  3. c) do not hang stockings around the fireplace

A Christmas cracker is

  1. a) made of cardboard
  2. c) a present everybody gets for Christmas
  3. d) a joke you read at Christmas

A typical British Christmas dinner consists of

  1. a) turkey sausages , roast pork and bacon
  2. b) roast turkey , pork sausages and vegetables
  3. c) roast vegetables , roast pork and Brussel sprouts

Christmas pudding

  1. a) is not a very dense dessert
  2. b) is soaked in alcohol
  3. c) is a traditional pumpkin and dry fruit cake

The Queen gives a speech

  1. a) on 23rd December
  2. b) on 24th December
  3. c) on 25th December

Boxing Day

is the day when you give presents to the poor

is the day when you box presents for family

a kind of Black Friday


are shown in every theatre in the country

are always played by famous celebs

have very original scripts

Taking down the Christmas Tree

gives you bad luck

should be done within 12 days of Christmas

is not done until the 4th of July


READING AND SPEAKING: Christmas in New Zealand

New Zealand is on the southern hemisphere. Our winter is their summer, so New Zealanders celebrate Christmas in the warm summer sun. Many flowers and trees are in bloom at this time of the year, for example the pohutukawa. The pohutukawa tree grows on the North Island, mainly in coastal areas and has lovely red blossoms. Therefore New Zealanders call the pohutukawa their Christmas tree.

As it is usually quite warm on Christmas Day, New Zealanders can eat their Christmas dinner outside. Many people have a picnic or a barbecue. And some people even have a traditional Maori hangi: they dig a hole in the ground and heat it with hot stones. Then they put meat and vegetables into this hole, cover the hole and let the food cook inside. The hangi is served in the afternoon or evening; after the delicious meal, people often sit around and sing Christmas carols.

Some New Zealanders can’t get enough of Christmas–they celebrate it twice each year: on 25 December and in July, which is mid-winter in New Zealand. So if you go to New Zealand in July, you may find hotels and restaurants fully decorated for Christmas.

Questions on the text

Answer the questions according to the text.

1) In New Zealand, Chistmas Day is in …





2) What is a hangi?

New Zealand’s Christmas tree

the Maori word for ‘Christmas’

something to eat

3) Some New Zealanders celebrate Christmas in July.




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