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Curso de Inglês para Empresas Gama APP - nível 1A

 Um Curso de inglês Comercial - iniciação

Unit 1                                            At a conference

Numbers 1 to 10

Hello

I’m (name)

I’m from (company)

You are / are you...?

Yes please / No thanks

... or ...

Basic introductions

Basic polite forms (accepting and declining)

At a conference

 

UNIT 2                                            Companies

Numbers 11 to 20

What’s this?

It is

Is ... from ... (country) ?

Definite / indefinite articles

Colors

Countries

Asking about objects

Basic descriptions of objects

Identifying logos and objects

  

UNIT 3                                            In a hotel

Numbers 21-1000

Verbs in third person singular and Plural (to be, to work)

Big/small

Where?

You’re welcome

Basic introductions

Using numbers in context

Job titles

Basic descriptions (room size)

At a hotel

  

UNIT 4                                            Networking

Good morning/afternoon/evening

How are you?

Very well, fine, not too bad

Possessive adjectives (your/my/his/her/its/our/their room)

Vocabulary of nationalities

Countries extended

Greetings & small talk phrases

Giving and asking about nationality

Giving and asking about locations of cities and companies

Making new contacts / networking

  

UNIT 5                                            People and places

Greetings and introductions

The alphabet

Very/quite/pretty

How’s ... ?

Vocabulary of seasons & related adjectives

Geographical vocabulary expanded

Formal greetings and introductions

Introducing people to each other

Spelling names

Personal details

  

UNIT 6                                            Communicating

of (possessive)

Telephone numbers

Goodbye/bye

Basic telephone expressions

Small talk phrases

Basic vocabulary of different forms of communication

Giving and asking for telephone numbers, addresses and email addresses

Telephone introductions

Polite greetings

Addresses and telephone numbers

  

UNIT 7                                            At the office

Days of the week

Plural nouns

This/that

These/those

on/under/next to,...

Who’s this/that?

Basic office vocabulary

Referring to people

Referring to objects

Describing office items

Referring to objects and people

 

UNIT 8                                            People at Work

Verbs with do/don’t

to like

in (an office)

at (home)

on (construction sites)

I’m a (job title)

Names of main company departments

work for

Which (language do they speak)?

Cardinal directions

Job title vocabulary

Describing workplaces

Saying which company you work for

Giving job titles

Naming company departments

Jobs and workplaces

  

UNIT 9                                            New job, new office

to have

Adjectives (modern, nice, neat …)

Possessives

Whose ... ?

How many ... ?

Extension of company-department names

Extension of office object vocabulary

Giving a simple guided tour

Describing an office

A guided tour of an office

  

UNIT 10                                          facts and figures

I think

come from

What about?

Prices

How much ... ?

about/exactly,...

between

Basic vocabulary of finance

Giving and asking for statistical information

Giving and asking about prices

Giving opinions about values

Facts and figures

  

UNIT 11                                          time is money

Can/could you ... ?

Telling the time (analogue and digital)

in the morning/afternoon/evening

at night

at (time)

before/after

about (a subject)

Vocabulary of time

Requests

Giving and asking for the time

Giving and asking about times of appointments

Giving written confirmation of appointments

Times and appointments

  

UNIT 12                                          company profile

Adverbs of frequency

also

There is / there are

How many?

Numbers (hundred and…)

Daily routine verbs (get up, drive, start, finish…)

breakfast/lunch/dinner

Basic vocabulary of companies

Describing a daily routine

Giving a brief company profile

Describing company facilities

A company profile

  

UNIT 13                                          transactions

would like

would like to

certainly, sure, here you are

(a large) one

Numbers (1,000 +)

Decimals

Vocabulary of dining out

Ordering refreshments

Checking in for a flight

Changing money

Giving and asking about exchange rates

Transactions

  

UNIT 14                                          A busy schedule

Present continuous tense

What’s happening?

Now / at the moment

Months of the year

Ordinal numbers

Dates

Years

When?

How long does ... last?

Prepositions of time (at, on, in)

Vocabulary of scheduling

Discussing schedules and plans

Giving and asking about dates and times of events/arrangements

Writing a brief memo

 

Times and schedules

  

UNIT 15                                          business and vacation

How far?

How long does it take to get to ... ?

How do you go to ... ?

How old? / age

can (possibility)

by (car, train…)

Describing and asking about transportation facilities

Describing conference facilities & accommodation facilities

Arranging an appointment

Giving a customer profile

The tourist industry