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The Formal Command or Imperative Form in Portuguese (Interactive).

An interactive web-based cloze exercise in Hot Potatoes format testing the student's knowledge of the formal imperative or command form in Portuguese, conjugated in exactly the same way as the present subjunctive tense. This is embedded in a series of sentences giving advice on how to get on in the world of employment. This web page can be used for an independent learning activity: once they have mastered this particular grammar point, the students complete the sentences below by converting the infinitive form in brackets to the formal imperative.

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The Formal Command or Imperative Form in Portuguese.

An cloze exercise in Word format testing the student's knowledge of the formal imperative or command form in Portuguese, conjugated in exactly the same way as the present subjunctive tense. This is embedded in a series of sentences giving advice on how to get on in the world of employment. This document can be adapted for a class-based activity: once they have mastered this particular grammar point, the students complete the sentences below by converting the infinitive form in brackets to the formal imperative.

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As Profissões e Os Seus Lugares.

Matching exercise in Portuguese which requires the learner to match various professions with their places of employment.

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O Emprego Flexível e o Trabalho à Distância.

Interactive web-based cloze exercise in Portuguese which combines a brief account of the way changing technologies are changing the concept of the work-place with relevant vocuabulary practice.

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As Mulheres No Mercado do Trabalho.

Interactive web-based cloze exercise in Portuguese which combines a brief account of the changing status of women in employment with practice of the perfect continuous tense (the auxiliary verb ter in the present tense plus the past participle).

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