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Como aprender inglês no YouTube (com cronograma de estudos)

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Vânia Paula

O YouTube é uma universidade gratuita. Lá, encontramos respostas e soluções para praticamente tudo, inclusive para aprender inglês.

O grande problema não é a falta de informação, mas a falta de organização. Na hora de usar o YouTube para aprender inglês, muitas pessoas perguntam:

  • Por onde eu começo?
  • Qual vídeo eu assisto primeiro?
  • Qual é a sequência correta para estudar?

Pensando nisso, eu fiz esse artigo especial para que você possa aprender inglês no YouTube de maneira descomplicada.

⚠️ Atenção: o conteúdo deste artigo não se trata de um curso de inglês. Este é um material gratuito desenvolvido para apoiar o aprendizado do idioma.

1º PASSO

Faça download dos cronogramas de estudos disponíveis neste outro artigo.

2º PASSO

Assista às aulas abaixo; elas estão organizadas na sequência que você deve estudar, do básico ao avançado.

Aulas de inglês no YouTube

A1 - Iniciante

1
Present Simple
2
Pronouns
3
Articles
4
Prepositions of place
5
Prepositions of time
6
Prepositions of Movement
7
Irregular plurals
8
Possessive
9
Adjectives
10
Too/very
11
Can (ability/possibility)
12
Short form answers
13
Going to (future plans)
14
Will (offers)
15
Adverbs of Frequency
16
Imperatives
17
Past Simple
18
Present Continuous
19
Comparatives
20
Superlatives
21
Irregular Adverbs
22
Conjunctions / linkers
1
Numbers (cardinal/ordinal)
2
Money
3
Countries and nationalities
4
Languages
5
How to say the time
6
Days, dates, months, years and seasons
7
Shops and places
8
Interests, sports and activities
9
Jobs
10
Rooms and furniture
11
Colours
12
Size and weight
13
Body parts and appearance
14
Food, meals, cooking
15
Weather
16
Transport
17
Health
18
Feelings and emotions
19
Street directions
20
Clothes
1
Greeting and introducing
2
Buying and asking prices
3
Asking about personal information
4
Describing people and objects
5
Talking about routines
6
Talking about frequency and time duration
7
Talking about likes and dislikes
8
Giving opinions
9
Talking about past experiences
10
Inviting, refusing, accepting, thanking
11
Requesting / offering
12
Asking permission
13
Making suggestions

A2 – Básico

1
Countable / uncountable nouns
2
Adverbs of frequency and manner
3
Too / not enough
4
Can / could for requests
5
Adjectives
6
Adverbs And Adjectives As Modifiers
7
Present Continuous for temporary situations and things happening now
8
Present Continuous for the Future
9
Comparative and superlative
10
Present Perfect
11
Should for advice
12
Have to vs. Need to vs. Must
13
Be like for descriptions
14
Present Simple for future facts
15
Future Simple
1
Families
2
Food and meals
3
Clothing and shopping
4
Prices
5
Daily routines
6
Personality
7
Appearance
8
Present and childhood abilities
9
Basic suffixes
10
Work and jobs
11
Transport
12
Travel
13
Machines and inventions
14
Festivals and celebrations
15
Hotel situations
16
Weather and climate
17
Interjections
1
Giving opinions
2
Justifying opinions
3
Talking about routines and habits
4
Talking about intentions (part 1)
5
Talking about intentions (part 2)
6
How to talk about Life Experiences
7
Talking about experience
8
Talking about feelings
9
Making comparisons
10
Inviting
11
Making decisions
12
Describing things
13
Buying things
14
Talking about possibility
15
Expressing hopes
16
Talking about rules and obligations
17
Giving instructions
18
Making offers
19
Advising
20
Suggesting
21
Apologizing
22
Congratulating
23
Talking about future arrangements

B1 – Intermediário

1
Past Continuous
2
Present Perfect
3
Going to and will for predictions and future events and spontaneous decisions
4
Reflexive pronouns
5
So / such
6
Passive
7
When / while
8
Must / might for deductions
9
As soon as
10
Be able to
11
Be good at
12
First Conditional
13
Used to + verb
14
Relative clauses
15
Although / however
16
Zero Conditional
1
Describing People
2
Speak about Health and Illness
3
Types of music and concerts
4
Household equipment
5
Biographical information
6
Buildings and monuments
7
Clothes and accessories
8
Large numbers
9
Travel and tourism
10
Work and careers
11
Hobbies, sports and interests
12
Education
13
Life changes and events
14
Political systems and change
15
Animals
16
Restaurants and leisure venues
1
Asking personal questions
2
Talking about personal experiences
3
Asking directions
4
Describing personality
5
Making travel arrangements
6
Ordering in a restaurant
7
Talking about preferences
8
Expressing preferences
9
Making deductions
10
Making predictions
11
Making suggestions
12
Making offers
13
Talking about obligation
14
Requesting

B2 – Intermediário Superior

1
Used to + infinitive
2
Past Simple and Present Perfect
3
Neither / so do I
4
Modal verbs
5
Reported speech
6
First, second conditional
7
Adverbs of manner and modifiers
8
Adjectives and their connotations
9
Present Perfect Continuous
10
Look + adjective, look like + noun
11
Be able to/ can/ manage to
12
Past Perfect Simple
13
Have and have got
14
Be allowed to and be supposed to
15
A few, A little, Few, Little
16
Although, In spite of, despite
17
Question tags
18
Future perfect continuous
19
Past perfect continuous
20
Second Conditional
21
Third Conditional
22
Present Passive
23
Past Passive
24
Future Passive
1
Appearances
2
Character
3
Make and do
4
Housework
5
Holidays and travel brochures
6
Illness
7
Cooking
8
Furniture and appliances
9
Types of books, films, and TV programs
10
Crime and punishment
11
Political systems
12
Family relationships
13
Pets and animals
14
Consumer services
15
Hotel facilities
16
Affixes
1
Describing location, people and things
2
Stating preferences and opinions
3
Reporting requests and orders
4
Guessing
5
Talking about possibility, probability and certainty
6
Describing faulty goods
7
Refusing

C1 – Avançado

1
Habit in the Present and habit in the past
2
Present Perfect Simple and Present Perfect Continuous
3
Past Simple and Past Continuous and Past Perfect
4
Will, going to, Present Simple, Present Continuous for the future
5
Future Perfect
6
Phrasal verbs
7
Zero, first, second and third conditionals
8
Wish and If only
9
Compounds of some, any, no, every
10
Though, Although, Despite, In spite of
11
Unless
12
Otherwise
13
Modals: present and perfect
14
Always for frequency + present continuous
15
Habit in the Present and the Past Participle
16
Complex Prepositions
17
Participles
18
Passive with Modals
1
Collocations
2
Work, working conditions
3
Approximations with –ish
4
Transportation
5
Relationships
6
Connotation
7
Homonyms
8
Idiomatic expressions
9
Sport and leisure
10
Euphemisms
11
Geography and climate
12
At the bank
13
Colloquial expressions and slang
14
Participle Adjectives
1
Summarizing
2
Expressing regret
3
Drawing conclusions
4
Describing cause and effect
5
Stating purpose
6
Emphasizing
7
Stating contrast
8
Adding information
9
Commiserating
10
Clarifying
11
Order arguments
12
Giving examples

C2 – Proficiente

1
Uses of continuous tenses
2
Uses of would
3
Past Perfect
4
Order of adverbs
5
Order of adjectives
6
Ellipsis and elision
7
Future Continuous
8
Mixed conditionals
9
Inversions and negative adverbials
1
Astrology and religions
2
Nostalgia
3
Coincidences and experiences
4
Learning and educational systems
5
Eccentricity and individuality
6
Creativity
7
Age and cultural differences
8
Gender
9
Politics
10
Diet and health
11
Types of communication
12
Moral and personal dilemmas
13
Road safety and risk
14
Home safety and risk
15
Environmental issues
16
Children’s development
17
Advertising
18
Architecture
1
Contradicting
2
Instructing
3
Expressing opinions formally and informally
4
Checking and clarifying information
5
Paraphrasing
6
Expanding and exemplifying
7
Persuading and convincing
8
Speculating
9
Expressing annoyance
10
Comparing and contrasting
11
Describing people
12
Describing things
13
Describing situations

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