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Cleides classes


Is there any truth behind

Is it good or bad?
Which stereotypes about us
bother you? Why?
Do you consider yourself a
typical Brazilian?

Look at these usual

stereotypical questions about us

What problems do tourists usually have?

Which of them have you ever had?
Do you have a favourite airline company?
Which one?
Do you have one that you avoid?
What do you know about tourists around the world?
What's the stereotype associated to Brazilians?
What unusual things have you eaten while travelling?

What type of vacation activity sounds like the most fun? Why?
Lying on the beach
Hanging out at a night club
Visiting a museum
Skiing down a mountain

Who do you prefer to take vacations

with? Why?
How important is eating well to you
when you are on vacation?
What type of accommodations do
you prefer on vacation?


Can you think of things that are common for everyone?

What about things that not everyone does?

Do you ever have these problems?

What do you usually do when you
that happens to you?
What advice would you give people
who have these problems?

On which muscles people usually feel pain?

1. Exercising can/can't affect your emotional state.

2. If your back or shoulders hurt, you should/shouldn't
3. Exercising regularly will/won't help you improve your sex
4. You must/mustn't exercise for many hours every day.
5. You should/shouldn't think of exercising as your most
important activity.

Mary: Oh, I love coming to the gym!

Laura: So do I. I exercise for five
hours every day.
M: Five hours! That's too much!
L: Well, I have an exercise bike at
M: I don't! I want to do other things at
L: Sure... But I have to be careful. I
don't want to get fat!
M: Neither do I. But there's more to
life than exercising.
L: Well, it's my favourite activity.
M: I'm sorry, I have to go now. Are
you staying?
L: Yes. I think I'll do some push-ups. I
don't have anything else to do

Which things they have in common?

Which they don't have in common?

So/neither + auxiliary/modal+subject

Present simple: use 'do / does' Lucy

likes coffee. So do I.
Lucy doesn't like coffee. Neither do I
Present simple with 'be': use 'am / is /
are' John's at the office. So am I.
John isn't at the office. Neither am I.
Past Simple: use 'did' Jill went to the
cinema yesterday. So did I.
Jill didn't go to the cinema yesterday.
Neither did I
Past simple: was/were She was at the
library. So was I.
She wasn't at the club. Neither was I.
Present perfect: have/has He has
been to Acapulco. So have I.
They haven't eaten yet. Neither have
Future simple: will He will be a lawyer.
So will I.
She won't have a kid. Neither will I.
Modal verbs I would like a
hamburguer. So would I
I can't dance. Neither can I.