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    Módulo de Boas Vindas
  • Boas Vindas
    • Boas Vindas
  • Módulo I
  • Ementa e Conteúdos a Estudar
    • Ementa
    • General Study Plan
    • Phrasal Structure Part 1
    • Phrasal Structure Part 2
    • 3 ways to use adverbs
    • How to use BOTH, EITHER and NEITHER
    • So, Such, Too, Enough
    • Linking words, cause and effect
    • Linking words (contrast)
    • What to Study / How to Study
    • How to Study for a Vocabulary or Quiz
    • Adverbs
    • Both, Either and Neither
    • So, much, too, enough
    • Connecting Words – Cause, Effect And Contrast
    • Pet Intermediate Vocabulary List - Appliances
    • PET Intermediate Vocabulary List - House and Home
    • Pet Intermediate Vocabulary List - Buildings
    • Pet Intermediate Vocabulary List - Clothes
    • Pet Intermediate Vocabulary List - Colours
    • Adverb Exercise
    • Connecting Words Exercise
    • Both - Either - Neither Exercise
    • So, Such, Too, Enough Exercise
    • Pet Vocabulary Exercise - Appliances
    • Pet Vocabulary Exercise - House and Home
    • Pet Vocabulary Exercise - Buildings
    • Pet Vocabulary Exercise - Clothes
    • Pet Vocabulary Exercise - Colours
  • Listening Part
    • 12 Ways to Improve English Listening Skills & Understand Native Speakers
    • LISTENING TIPS BY TEACHER ZORAIA
    • Listening Comprehension Techniques
    • 5 Tips To Improve Your Listening Skills For Exams
    • Top Tips for Preparing for the Cambridge PET Listening Exam
    • Pet Intermediate Listening Exercise 1 - Part 1
    • Pet Intermediate Listening Exercise 1 - Part 1
    • Pet Intermediate Listening Exercise 2 - Part 1 - Track 01
    • Pet Intermediate Listening Exercise 2 - Part 1 - Track 02
    • Pet Intermediate Listening Exercise 2 - Part 1 - Track 03
    • Pet Intermediate Listening Exercise 2 - Part 1 - Track 04
    • Pet Intermediate Listening Exercise 2 - Part 1 - Track 05
    • Pet Intermediate Listening Exercise 2 - Part 1 - Tack 06
    • Pet Intermediate Listening Exercise 2 - Part 1 - Track 07
    • Pet Intermediate Listening Exercise 2 - Part 1
    • Pet Intermediate Listening Exercise 3 - Part 1
    • Pet Intermediate Listening Exercise 3 - Part 1
    • Pet Intermediate Listening Exercise 4 - Part 1
    • Pet Intermediate Listening Exercise 4 - Part 1
  • Reading Part
    • Top Tips for Preparing for the Cambridge PET Reading Questions – Part I
    • READING TIPS BY TEACHER ZORAIA
    • 7 ways to IMPROVE ENGLISH READING skills and comprehension | Learning English Technique
    • PET - Preliminary English Test 1- Reading Part 1 - Level B1
    • Pet Intermediate Reading Exercise 1 - Part 1
    • Pet Intermediate Reading Exercise 2 - Part 1
    • Pet Intermediate Reading Exercise 3 - Part 1
    • Pet Intermediate Reading Exercise 4 - Part 1
  • Writing Part
    • 7 Ways to Improve English Writing Skills
    • WRITING TIPS BY TEACHER ZORAIA
    • PET - Preliminary English Test 1- Writing Part 1 - Level B1
    • Simple Ways To Improve Your Written English
    • Pet Writing Part 1 Tips
    • Pet Intermediate Writing Exercise 1 - Part 1
    • Pet Intermediate Writing Exercise 2 - Part 1
    • Pet Intermediate Writing Exercise 3 - Part 1
    • Pet Intermediate Writing Exercise 4 - Part 1
    • Pet Intermediate Writing Exercise 5 - Part 1
  • Speaking Part
    • Pet Speaking Part 1 Tips
    • PET Speaking Exam - How to Do Part One of the Cambridge PET Speaking Test
    • SPEAKING TIPS BY TEACHER ZORAIA
    • Pet Intermediate Speaking Exercise - Part 1
  • Módulo II
  • General Topics
    • Embedded Questions
    • Future Continuous Tense
    • Modal Verb Deduction
    • Modals: Might, May, Will, Probably
    • Question Tag
    • Genitive Case
    • Pet Vocabulary List - City
    • Pet Vocabulary List - Countryside
    • Pet Vocabulary List - Education
    • Pet Vocabulary List - Food and Drink 1
    • Pet Vocabulary List - Entertainment
  • Vídeos
    • Future Continuous Tense
    • Genitive Case
    • 3 Ways to Use Adverbs
    • Conversational English - What are Embedded Questions?
    • Modal verbs of deduction
    • English Grammar: Modal Verbs of Certainty – MIGHT, MAY, MUST, CAN
    • How to use QUESTION TAGS? English Grammar Lesson | Rules & When you should use TAG Questions?
  • General Topics Exercise
    • Embedded Question Exercise
    • Future Continuous Exercise
    • Modal Verb Deduction Exercise
    • Modals: Might, May, Will, Probably
    • Question Tag Exercise
    • Genitive Case Exercise
    • Pet Vocabulary List - City Exercise
    • Pet Vocabulary List - Countryside Exercise
    • Pet Vocabulary List - Education Exercise
    • Pet Vocabulary List - Food and Drink 1
    • Pet Vocabulary List - Entertainment
  • Listening Part
  • Listening Supplies
    • Pet Listening Tips - Part 2
    • Texts to Improve and Comprehension - Part 2
  • Vídeos
    • Listening Tips by Teacher Zoraia
    • 2020 tips – B1 Preliminary and B1 Preliminary for Schools Listening part 2
  • Listening Exercise
    • Pet Listening Exercise 1 - Part 2
    • Pet Listening Exercise 1 - Part 2
    • Pet Listening Exercise 2 - Part 2
    • Pet Listening Exercise 2 - Part 2
    • Pet Listening Exercise 3 - Part 2
    • Pet Listening Exercise 3 - Part 2
    • Pet Listening Exercise 4 - Part 2
    • Pet Listening Exercise 4 - Part 2
  • Reading Part
  • Reading Supplies
    • Pet Reading Part 2 Tips
  • Vídeos
    • Reading Tips by Teacher Zoraia
    • Exam skills: 6 tips to help you with reading exams
  • Reading Exercise
    • Pet Reading Exercise 1 - Part 2
    • Pet Reading Exercise 2 - Part 2
    • Pet Reading Exercise 3 - Part 2
    • Pet Reading Exercise 4 - Part 2
  • Writing Part
  • Writing Supplies
    • Pet Writing Part 2 Tips
    • Pet Writing part 2
  • Writing Exercise
    • Pet Writing Exercise 1 - Part 2
    • Pet Writing Exercise 2 - Part 2
    • Pet Writing Exercise 3 - Part 2
    • Pet Writing Exercise 4 - Part 2
  • Speaking Part
  • Speaking Supplies
    • Pet Speaking Part 2 Tips
    • PET Speaking Exam - How to Do Part Two of the Cambridge PET Speaking Test
    • Speaking Part Exercise 1
  • Módulo III
  • General Topics
    • Conditional
    • Comparative and Superlative - Adjectives
    • Question Tags
    • Modal: Should have
    • Pet Vocabulary List - Food and Drink II
    • Pet Vocabulary List - Health, Medicine and Exercise
    • Pet Vocabulary List - Hobbies and Leisure
    • Pet Vocabulary List - The Natural World
    • Pet Vocabulary List - Language
  • Videos
    • Conditional
    • Fist and Second Conditional
    • Third Conditional
  • General Topic Exercise
    • Conditional Exercise
    • Comparative and Superlative - Exercise
    • Question Tag Exercise
    • Modal: Should have Exercise
    • Pet Vocabulary List - Food and Drink II Exercise
    • Pet Vocabulary List - Health, Medicine and Exercise - Exercise
    • Pet Vocabulary List - Hobbies and Leisure
    • Pet Vocabulary List - The Natural World
    • Pet Vocabulary List - Language
  • Listening Part
    • Pet Listening Part 3 Tips
  • Listening Exercise
    • Pet Listening Part 3 - Exercise 1
    • Pet Listening Part 3 - Exercise 1
    • Pet Listening Part 3 - Exercise 2
    • Pet Listening Part 3 - Exercise 2
    • Pet Listening Part 3 - Exercise 3
    • Pet Listening Part 3 - Exercise 3
  • Reading Part
    • Pet Reading Part 3 - Tips
  • Reading Exercise
    • Pet Reading Part 3 - Exercise 1
    • Pet Reading Part 3 - Exercise 2
    • Pet Reading Part 3 - Exercise 3
    • Pet Reading Part 3 - Exercise 4
  • Writing Part
    • Pet Writing Part 3 - Tips
  • Writing Exercise
    • Pet Writing Part 3 - Exercise 1
    • Pet Writing Part 3 - Exercise 2
    • Pet Writing Part 3 - Exercise 3
    • Pet Writing Part 3 - Exercise 4
  • Speaking Part
    • Pet Speaking Part 3 Tips
  • Speaking Exercise
    • Pet Speaking Part 3 - Exercise 1
    • Pet Speaking Part 3 - Exercise 2
    • Pet Speaking Part 3 - Exercise 3
    • Pet Speaking Part 3 - Exercise 4
  • Módulo IV
  • General Topics
    • Past Continuous Tense
    • Past Perfect Tense
    • Prepositions and Prepositional Phrases of Place
    • Modal: Must X Have to
    • Pet Vocabulary List - Personal Feelings
    • Pet Vocabulary List - Services
    • Pet Vocabulary List - Shopping
    • Pet Vocabulary List - Sport
  • Videos
    • Past Continuous Tense
    • Simple Past and Past Perfect
    • Present Perfect or Past Perfect?
  • General Topic Exercises
    • Past Continuous Tense Exercise
    • Past Perfect Tense Exercise
    • Prepositions and Prepositional Phrases of Place Exercise
    • Modal: Must X Have Exercise
    • Pet Vocabulary List - Personal Feelings Exercise
    • Pet Vocabulary List - Service Exercise
    • Pet Vocabulary List - Shopping Exercise
    • Pet Vocabulary List - Sport Exercise
  • Listening Part
    • Pet Listening Part 4 Tips
  • Listening Exercise
    • Pet Listening Part 4 - Exercise 1
    • Pet Listening Part 4 - Exercise 1
    • Pet Listening Part 4 - Exercise 2
    • Pet Listening Part 4 - Exercise 2
    • Pet Listening Part 4 - Exercise 3
    • Pet Listening Part 4 - Exercise 3
    • Pet Listening Part 4 - Exercise 4
    • Pet Listening Part 4 - Exercise 4
    • Pet Listening Part 4 - Exercise 5
    • Pet Listening Part 4 - Exercise 5
  • Reading Part
  • Reading Supplies
    • Pet Reading Part 4 Tips
  • Reading Exercise
    • Pet Reading Part 4 - Exercise 1
    • Pet Reading Part 4 - Exercise 2
    • Pet Reading Part 4 - Exercise 3
    • Pet Reading Part 4 - Exercise 4
    • Pet Reading Part 4 - Exercise 5
  • Writing Part
  • Writing Supplies
    • Pet Writing Part 3 - Short Story
  • Writing Exercise
    • Pet Writing Part 3 - Exercise 1
    • Pet Writing Part 3 - Exercise 2
    • Pet Writing Part 3 - Exercise 3
  • Speaking Part
  • Speaking Supplies
    • Pet Speaking Part 4 Tips
  • Videos
    • PET Speaking Part 4 - How to Do Part Four of the Cambridge PET Speaking Test
  • Módulo V
  • General Supplies
    • Active X Passive Voice
    • Active X Passive Voice Slide
    • Direct X Indirect Speech
    • Direct X Indirect Slide
    • Pet Vocabulary List - Technology
    • Pet Vocabulary List - Travel & Transport
    • Pet Vocabulary List - Weather
    • Pet Vocabulary List - Work & Jobs
  • Vídeos
    • Active and Passive Voice
    • Direct and Indirect Speech
  • General Topics Exercises
    • Active X Passive Voice Exercise
    • Direct and Indirect Speech Exercise
    • Pet Vocabulary List -Technology Exercise
    • Pet Vocabulary List - Travel & Transport
    • Pet Vocabulary List - Weather
    • Pet Vocabulary List - Work & Jobs
  • Listening Part
  • Listening Exercise
    • Pet Listening Exercise 1
    • Pet Listening Exercise 1
    • Pet Listening Exercise 2
    • Pet Listening Exercise 2
    • Pet Listening Exercise 3
    • Pet Listening Exercise 3
    • Pet Listening Exercise 4
    • Pet Listening Exercise 4
  • Reading Part
  • Reading Exercise
    • Pet Reading Exercise 1
    • Pet Reading Exercise 2
    • Pet Reading Exercise 3
    • Pet Reading Exercise 4
  • Writing Part
  • Writing Exercise
    • Pet Writing Exercise 1
    • Pet Writing Exercise 2
    • Pet Writing Exercise 3
    • Pet Writing Exercise 4
  • Speaking Part
  • Speaking Exercise
    • Pet Speaking Exercise 1
    • Pet Speaking Exercise 2
  • Practice Test
  • Pet Listening Practice Test
    • Pet Listening Practice Test - Part 1
    • Pet Listening Practice Test - Part 2
    • Pet Listening Practice Test - Part 2
    • Pet Listening Practice Test - Part 3
    • Pet Listening Practice Test - Part 3
    • Pet Listening Practice Test - Part 4
    • Pet Listening Practice Test - Part 4
  • Pet Reading Practice Test
    • Pet Reading Practice Test - Part 1
    • Pet Reading Practice Test - Part 2
    • Pet Reading Practice Test - Part 3
    • Pet Reading Practice Test - Part 4
    • Pet Reading Practice Test - Part 5
  • Pet Writing Practice Test
    • Pet Writing Practice Test - Part 1
    • Pet Writing Practice Test - Part 2
    • Pet Writing Practice Test - Part 3
    • Pet Writing Practice Test - Part 3
  • Pet Speaking Practice Test
    • Pet Speaking Practice Test - Part 1
    • Pet Speaking Practice Test - Part 2
    • Pet Speaking Practice Test - Part 3
    • Pet Speaking Practice Test - Part 4

Descrição do curso

B1 Level - 

Nesse nível, você pode entender:

* principais pontos sobre tópicos comuns no trabalho, na escola ou em viagens;

* detalhes gerais e específicos, com discurso claro;

* textos factuais sobre assuntos de interesse;

O nível de inglês B1 é o terceiro nível de inglês no Quadro Europeu Comum de Referência (QECR), uma definição de diferentes níveis de idioma redigida pelo Conselho da Europa. No discurso cotidiano, esse nível seria chamado de "intermediário" e, de fato, esse é o descritor de nível oficial no QECR. Nesse nível, os alunos estão além do básico, mas ainda não conseguem trabalhar ou estudar exclusivamente em inglês.

O que você pode fazer com o nível B1 em inglês?

Um nível B1 de inglês seria suficiente para interações com falantes de inglês sobre tópicos familiares. No local de trabalho, as pessoas no nível B1 de inglês são capazes de ler relatórios simples sobre tópicos familiares e escrever e-mails simples sobre assuntos em seu campo. No entanto, um nível B1 não é adequado para funcionar totalmente no local de trabalho em inglês.

De acordo com as diretrizes oficiais do QECR, alguém no nível B1 em inglês:

Consegue entender os principais pontos sobre assuntos familiares encontrados regularmente no trabalho, na escola, no lazer etc.

Pode lidar com a maioria das situações que podem surgir enquanto viaja em uma área onde o idioma é falado.

Pode produzir texto conectado simples sobre tópicos familiares ou de interesse pessoal.

Consegue descrever experiências e eventos, sonhos, esperanças e ambições e, brevemente, dar razões e explicações para opiniões e planos.

B1 nível inglês habilidades em detalhes

As declarações oficiais de "fazer" são divididas em partes menores para fins de ensino. Esse detalhamento de habilidades mais detalhado pode ajudar você a avaliar seu próprio nível de inglês ou ajudar um professor a avaliar o nível de um aluno. Por exemplo, um aluno do nível B1 em inglês poderá fazer tudo o que um aluno do nível A2 pode fazer e, além disso, poderá:

_ discuta suas esperanças e sonhos pessoais e profissionais para o futuro;

_ organize uma entrevista de emprego e uma entrevista para um emprego na sua área de especialização;

_ fale sobre seus hábitos de visualização de televisão e programas favoritos;

_ descreva sua educação e seus planos para treinamento futuro;

_ fale sobre suas músicas e tendências musicais favoritas e planeje uma noitada para ouvir música ao vivo;

_ fale sobre como manter um estilo de vida saudável e dê e obtenha conselhos sobre hábitos saudáveis;

_ fale sobre relacionamentos e namoro, incluindo conhecer pessoas através das mídias sociais;

_ vá a um restaurante, peça comida, converse educadamente no jantar e pague pela comida;

_ participe de negociações em sua área de especialização, se tiver ajuda para entender alguns pontos;

_ discutir questões de segurança no local de trabalho, relatar uma lesão e explicar regras e regulamentos;

_ discutir comportamento educado e responder adequadamente ao comportamento indelicado;

 


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