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O índice sugerido aqui é uma mescla dos materiais da Cambridge e da Pearson Longman, duas grandes referências no idioma.

Não é preciso seguir à risca a ordem proposta, uma vez que cada pessoa tem demandas diferentes uma das outras. Por isso trabalhamos com coaching 😉 .

Porém, para alunos que topam ser mais ativos no aprendizado e seguir com a nossa plataforma de gramática (aprendizagem ativa), por exemplo, seguir esta ordem pode ajudar a compreender cada parte de uma frase e a construir pouco a pouco uma boa estrutura para se comunicar.

Vale lembrar que aqui está apenas o índice gramatical pedido para cada nível. É preciso incluir vocabulário, expressões, afiar a pronúncia… e isso você pode fazer em aula, já que o seu professor adaptará a ordem proposta aqui com materiais e assuntos que te interessem: podemos adaptar qualquer unidade tanto para um aluno de negócios quanto para um aluno que busca desempenho em viagens (ou qualquer outro segmento) 😉

PS: plano de estudo voltado para adultos.





Part 1

“My name is John.
I am 35 years old.
I’m a
What’s your name?


▪ Personal pronouns;

▪ Verb to be;

▪ Articles

▪ “What’s” questions

▪ Numbers



13.1: Personal pronouns

23.1: Verb to be

3.1, 3.2, 3.3: Articles

9.1: Cardinal Numbers



Part 2

“I don’t teach, do you?
This is my chance
meet people



▪ Yes-no questions + answers;

▪ Introductions to simple present;

▪ Demonstrative pronouns;

▪ Noun plurals;



16.6: Yes-no questions

18.1: Simple present

13.6: Demonstrative Pronouns

10.4 (irregular) Plurals



Part 3

“Mary is in the classroom.
Her position is teacher’s assistant at
PLCC Idiomas. She works well!

▪ Prepositions of position

▪ Genitive case;

▪ Adjectives;

▪ Proper pronouns

▪ Simple Present (third person conjugation)



12.1 Prepositions

13.7: Genitive Case

1.1: Adjectives

1.3: Adjectives with -ing or -ed

10.6: Proper Nouns

18.1: Simple present


Part 4

“Is there our chance to do
anything different and useful?



▪ Possessive adjective;

▪ Indefinite pronouns;

▪ There to be

▪ Coordinating Conjunctions



13.5: Possessives

13.4: Indefinite Pronouns

23.2: There to be

6.3: Coordinating Conjunctions


Part 5

“Can we live with little money,
many really relevant problems?”



▪ Can or can’t

▪ Countable and uncountable nouns

▪ Adverbs


11.1: Can, could, able to

10.5: Countable and Uncountable

2.1 Adverbs



Part 6

“A. Don’t we need much money or many hours to start learning? I want it!
B. Me too! I am calling her now!”



▪ Quantifiers;

▪ Me too x me neither;

▪ Present Continuous


8.1: Quantifiers and determiners

18.2: Present Continuous

Part 7

“I called Mary yesterday. Go call her!”


▪ Simple Past (to be,
regular verbs and questions);

▪ Past references;

▪ Introduction to Imperative


21.1: Simple Past

22.1: Imperative


Part 8 

How much is an English class?
How many classes to speak basically?
I may tell you faster and cheaper examples”



▪ Comparatives and superlatives;

▪ How much x how many

▪ May x Might


4.1 Comparative Clauses

11.2 May or Might


Part 9

“I was thinking of calling her
when you first brought her
to my place!”



▪ Past continuous

▪ Simple Past (irregular verbs)

▪ Ordinal Numbers


21.2 Past continuous

21.1.1: Irregular verbs

9.2: Ordinal Numbers


Part 10

“I will ask for some discounts.
I am good at negotiation.
I am going to go there in
one hour”



▪ Will & Going to;

▪ Adjectives + prepositions


20.1: Will & Going to

12.2: Adjectives + prepositions


Part 11

“You should call my teacher.
Or we could attend her class!
Would you agree?”


▪ Should or Must

▪ Could

▪ Would you…?



11.1 Can, could, Able to

11.3: Should or Must

19.1 Conditional Tense



Part 12

Have you ever been abroad, Johnnie?”



▪ Present Perfect

▪ Diminutive



18.3: Present perfect

10.1: Diminutive





Part 1

“You ought to know she
needn’t behave like us”


▪ Review: Modals

▪ Ought to and Need



11.5: Had better, Ought to and Need



Part 2

“I teach English. She is
now because
she is jobless”


▪ Contrast: present simple or present continuous



18.1: Simple Present

18.2: Present Continuous


Part 3

Nobody likes one
in here”


▪ Negative Pronoun

▪ Reciprocal Pronouns



13.8: Negative Pronoun

13.9: Reciprocal Pronouns


Part 4

“I was thinking of her
and she popped up! We
are finally meeting tomorrow


▪ Present continuous for future

▪ Object pronouns

▪ Contrast: past simple x past continuous


20.5: Present Continuous for future

13.10: Object Pronoun

21.1 Simple Past

21.2 Past continuous

Part 5

“I was born in 1985.
I‘ve been to a lot of
places since then”


▪ Contrast: simple past and present perfect

▪ Be born;

▪ Determiners


18.4 Present perfect or Simple Past

8.1: Quantifiers and determiners

Part 6

“Before we left at four o’clock,
we talked to the other ones”


▪ Pronouns One and Ones;

▪ Subordinating Conjunctions


13.3 One and Ones

6.2: Subordinating Conjunctions

Part 7

“I work in Paulista, but not on Paulista”


▪ Revision and contrast: preposition of place

▪ Prepositions of time, place and direction


12.1 Prepositions

Part 8

“Who and where is that
beautiful tall Brazilian girl?”


▪ Wh questions

▪ Position of Adjectives


16.1 Question words

1.4: Position of Adjectives

Part 9

“I myself have got a really
good job”


▪ Reflexive Pronouns

▪ Position of adverbs

▪ Have got


13.2: Reflexive Pronouns

2.3: Position of adverbs

17.1: Have got

Part 10

She said (that) she would
focus on us from now on.”


▪ Reported Speech

▪ Verb + prepositions


17.4 Reported Speech

12.4: Dependent prepositions

Part 11

If I had a chance with him,
I would stop smoking

▪ Verbs + ING

▪ Zero, first and second conditionals


22.4: Gerund & Infinitives

5.1: Zero Conditional

5.2: First Conditional

5.3: Second Conditional


Part 12

“I‘m meeting my teacher tomorrow. I promise I will ask
her to start over

▪ Revision: Future forms

▪Introduction to phrasal verbs


20.1:Will & Going to

20.2: Future continuous

20.5: Present Continuous for the past

15.1: Phrasal verbs





Part 1

Shall we restart?”


▪ Placement test

▪ Prefixes and suffixes


▪ Will or Shall



14.1: Placement test A1-A2

10.2: Preffixes

10.3: Suffixes

12.3: Prepositions

20.3: Will or Shall



Part 2

How long has it been?
This will be my last-minute deal



▪ Revision: present perfect

▪ Compound Adjectives

▪ How long…?



18.3: Present Perfect

1.2 Compound Adjectives

16.3: How long does it take?


Part 3

Neither Lisa nor Helena
know how old I am”


▪ How + adjective

▪How or what…like?

▪ Future in the past



Unit 1: adjectives

16.4: What is it like?

20.4 Future in the Past


Part 4

“I don’t know what his name is.
But I know he speaks beautifully

▪ Adverbs;

▪ Indirect and Embbeded questions

▪ Conjunction pairs


2.2: Adverbs

2.3: Position of adverbs

2.4: Adverbs & Adjectives

16.5: Indirect and Embbeded questions

6.1: Correlative Conjunctions


Part 5

Who ate my bread
and some of my chocolate bars?”


▪ Revision: countable and uncountable nouns;

▪ Revision: quantifiers

▪ Subject and Object questions


10.5: Countable and Uncountable

8.1 : Quantifiers and determiners

16.7: Subject and object questions

Part 6

May I give a suggestion?
You‘d better study more!”

▪ Revision: modal verbs

▪ I’d better…


11.1: Can, Could, Able to

11.2: May or Might

11.3: Should or Must

11.5: Had better and Ought to


Part 7

“This is the boy (who) I went out with”

▪ Relative clauses;

▪ Phrasal verbs


4.2: Relative Clauses

4.3: Contact Clauses

15.2: Phrasal verbs


Part 8

There will be someone
who would stop doing it!”


▪ -ing forms and infinitives;

▪ There to be II


22.4: Gerund & Infinitive

23.3: There to be II

Part 9

“I wouldn’t have left my job
if I had known how difficult it is
to find another one”

▪ Revision: Conditionals

▪ Third conditional


5.1: Zero Conditional

5.2: First Conditional

5.3: Second Conditional

5.4 Third Conditionals


Part 10

“He has been sleeping since 8pm


▪ Revision: Present Perfect;

▪ Present perfect Continuous;


18.3: Present Perfect

18.5: Present Perfect Continuous

Part 11

Aren’t I your teacher?”


▪ Negative Questions

▪ Emphasis


16.8: Negative Questions

4.5: Adding emphasis with
auxiliary verbs


Part 12

“A cake will have been
soon, so to speak


▪ Introduction to Passive Voice

▪ So



17.3: Passive Voice

2.5: So





Part 1

“I‘m about to leave you.
Don’t delay again!”


▪ Imperative

▪ Be expressions



22.1: Imperative

23.4: Be expressions



Part 2

Is it essential that we be there?”


▪ Subjuntive

22.2: Subjuntive

Part 3

He cooked the meat rare.
I prefer not to eat it”

▪ Possessive adjective;

▪ Not;


1.5 Resultative Adjectives

17.2: Not



Part 4

Stop complaining! Let’s not go
to the cinema, shall we?”



▪  Gerund;

▪  Tag questions;


22.4: Gerund & Infinitive

16.2: Tag Questions

Part 5

He is said to live abroad now.”


▪  Passive Voice


17.3: Passive Voice

Part 6

“If things had gone our way”


▪  Past perfect

▪ Confusing words


21.3: Past Perfect

24.3: Confusing words


Part 7

“We‘ll be counting stars
even if you don’t come”



▪ Future continuous

▪ Connectors;


20.2 Future Continuous

7.1 Connectors


Part 8

““Never would have made it without you.
You oughta be mine”



▪ Review: Modals

▪ Would have


11.6: RECAP Modal verbs

19.2: Conditional Perfect


Part 9

She said she had to study at the
weekend. It means we cannot
count on her”



▪ Review: dependent prepositions;

▪ Reported speech;

▪ Reported questions;


12.4: Dependent prepositions

17.4 Reported Speech

Part 10

“We’d rather go on Monday,
if you don’t piss us off”

▪ Review: Conditionals

▪ Would rather or prefer


Unit 5: Review conditionals

5.5 Would rather or prefer

5.6 Other conditionals


Part 11

“He was used to getting up early”


▪ Used to

▪ Conditional Perfect Continuous


22.3: to be/get used to

19.3 Conditional Perfect Continuous


Part 12

“I think theyll have got there
by six o’clock.”



▪ Future perfect


20.6 Future Perfect




Part 1

“I’d been reading an amazing
book about a woman who rode
a horse around South America.”


▪ Placement tests

▪ Formal and informal English

▪ Past Perfect Continuous



14.1: Test A1-A2

14.2: Test B1-B2

24.1: Formal and informal English

21.4: Past Perfect Continuous


Part 2

Never have I seen such
a large cat!”


▪ Revision and contrasts: present tense

▪ Inversion

▪ Confusing words



Unit 19: Present

4.4: Inversion

24.3: Confusing words


Part 3

“You didn’t get used to
on the right”


▪ Revision and contrasts: past tense

▪ Revision and contrasts: get used to



Unit 21: Past

22.3: To be/ get used to


Part 4

If only he knew the truth”


▪ Revision and contrasts: future tense

▪ Wish, if only


Unit 20: Future

17.5: wish, if only

Part 5

“You oughta know where
we are working in, working on
and working at!”


▪ Revision and contrast: Modals

▪ Revision and contrast: prepositions


Unit 11: Modals

Unit 12: prepositions

Part 6

Forty or fourty?”


▪ Revision and contrast: conditionals

▪ Spelling


Unit 5: Conditionals

24.2: Spelling

Part 7

“Donna requested you
come to the party. Go!”


▪ Revision and contrast: imperative, subjunctive, gerund

▪ Revision and contrast: wish & if only


Unit 22: other tenses

17.5: Wish &  If only

Part 8

“I teach English and / but not /


▪ Revision and contrast: connectors / transitions

▪ Revision and contrast: Articles


Unit 7: Connectors and Transitions

Unit 3: Articles

Part 9

“I look to my mentor in this kind of situation… Gimme a sec, I gotta look for new recruiters”


▪ Revision and contrast: prepositions

▪ Phrasal Verbs



Unit 12: Prepositions

Unit 15: Phrasal verbs


Part 10

“He told me he would stop
Suddenly he told
me he would stop to smoke.
I got lost….”


▪ Revision and contrast: gerund & infinitive

▪ Revision and contrast: Clauses

22.4: Gerund & infinitive

Unit 4: Clauses

Part 11

“I did apologise for being so late, so to speak

▪ Revision and contrast: emphasis

▪ Revision and contrast: So


4.5: Emphasis

2.5: So



Part 12



Placement test


14.3: Test C1-C2