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.
1º PASSO: faça download desse cronograma de estudos
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
1Present Simple 2Pronouns 3Articles 4Prepositions of place 5Prepositions of time 6Conjunctions / linkers 7Irregular plurals 8Possessive 9Adjectives 10Too/very 11Can (ability/possibility) 12Short form answers 13Going to (future plans) 14Will (offers) 15Adverbs of Frequency 16Imperatives 17Past Simple 18Present Continuous 19Comparatives 20Superlatives 21Irregular Adverbs
1Numbers (cardinal/ordinal) 2Money 3Countries and nationalities 4Languages 5How to say the time 6Days, dates, months, years and seasons 7Shops and places 8Interests, sports and activities 9Jobs 10Rooms and furniture 11Colours 12Size and weight 13Body parts and appearance 14Food, meals, cooking 15Weather 16Transport 17Health 18Feelings and emotions 19Street directions 20Clothes
1Greeting and introducing 2Buying and asking prices 3Asking about personal information 4Describing people and objects 5Talking about routines 6Talking about frequency and time duration 7Talking about likes and dislikes 8Giving opinions 9Talking about past experiences 10Inviting, refusing, accepting, thanking 11Requesting / offering 12Asking permission 13Making suggestions
A2 – Básico
1Countable / uncountable nouns 2Adverbs of frequency and manner 3Too / not enough 4Can / could for requests 5Adjectives 6Adverbs And Adjectives As Modifiers 7Present Continuous for temporary situations and things happening now 8Present Continuous for the Future 9Comparative and superlative 10Present Perfect 11Should for advice 12Have to vs. Need to vs. Must 13Be like for descriptions 14Present Simple for future facts 15Future Simple for future facts
1Families 2Food and meals 3Clothing and shopping 4Prices 5Daily routines 6Personality 7Appearance 8Present and childhood abilities 9Basic suffixes 10Work and jobs 11Transport 12Travel 13Machines and inventions 14Festivals and celebrations 15Hotel situations 16Weather and climate
1Giving opinions 2Justifying opinions 3Talking about routines and habits 4Talking about intentions (part 1) 5Talking about intentions (part 2) 6How to talk about Life Experiences 7Talking about experience 8Talking about feelings 9Making comparisons 10Inviting 11Making decisions 12Describing things 13Buying things 14Talking about possibility 15Expressing hopes 16Talking about rules and obligations 17Giving instructions 18Making offers 19Advising 20Suggesting 21Apologizing 22Congratulating 23Talking about future arrangements
B1 – Intermediário
1Past Continuous 2Present Perfect 3Going to and will for predictions and future events and spontaneous decisions 4Reflexive pronouns 5So / such 6Passive 7When / while 8Must / might for deductions 9As soon as 10Be able to 11Be good at 12First Conditional 13Used to + verb 14Relative clauses 15Although / however
1Describing People 2Speak about Health and Illness 3Types of music and concerts 4Household equipment 5Biographical information 6Buildings and monuments 7Clothes and accessories 8Large numbers 9Travel and tourism 10Work and careers 11Hobbies, sports and interests 12Education 13Life changes and events 14Political systems and change 15Animals 16Restaurants and leisure venues
1Asking personal questions 2Talking about personal experiences 3Asking directions 4Describing personality 5Making travel arrangements 6Ordering in a restaurant 7Talking about preferences 8Expressing preferences 9Making deductions 10Making predictions 11Making suggestions 12Making offers 13Talking about obligation 14Requesting
B2 – Intermediário Superior
1Used to + infinitive 2Past Simple and Present Perfect 3Neither / so do I 4Modal verbs 5Reported speech 6First, second conditional 7Adverbs of manner and modifiers 8Adjectives and their connotations 9Present Perfect Continuous 10Look + adjective, look like + noun 11Be able to/ can/ manage to 12Past Perfect Simple 13Have and have got 14Be allowed to and be supposed to 15A few, A little, Few, Little 16Although, In spite of, despite 17Question tags
1Appearances 2Character 3Make and do 4Housework 5Holidays and travel brochures 6Illness 7Cooking 8Furniture and appliances 9Types of books, films, and TV programs 10Crime and punishment 11Political systems 12Family relationships 13Pets and animals 14Consumer services 15Hotel facilities 16Affixes
1Describing location, people and things 2Stating preferences and opinions 3Reporting requests and orders 4Guessing 5Talking about possibility, probability and certainty 6Describing faulty goods 7Refusing
C1 – Avançado
1Habit in the Present and habit in the past 2Present Perfect Simple and Present Perfect Continuous 3Past Simple and Past Continuous and Past Perfect 4Will, going to, Present Simple, Present Continuous for the future 5Future Perfect 6Phrasal verbs 7Zero, first, second and third conditionals 8Wish and If only 9Compounds of some, any, no, every 10Though, Although, Despite, In spite of 11Unless 12Otherwise 13Modals: present and perfect 14Always for frequency + present continuous 15Habit in the Present and the Past Participle 16Present Perfect Simple and Present Perfect Continuous 17Participles
1Collocations 2Work, working conditions 3Approximations with –ish 4Transportation 5Relationships 6Connotation 7Homonyms 8Idiomatic expressions 9Sport and leisure 10Euphemisms 11Geography and climate 12At the bank 13Colloquial expressions and slang 14Participle Adjectives
1Summarizing 2Expressing regret 3Drawing conclusions 4Describing cause and effect 5Stating purpose 6Emphasizing 7Stating contrast 8Adding information 9Commiserating 10Clarifying 11Order arguments 12Giving examples
C2 – Proficiente
1Uses of continuous tenses 2Uses of would 3Past Perfect 4Order of adverbs 5Order of adjectives 6Ellipsis and elision 7Future Continuous 8Mixed conditionals 9Inversions and negative adverbials
1Astrology and religions 2Nostalgia 3Coincidences and experiences 4Learning and educational systems 5Eccentricity and individuality 6Creativity 7Age and cultural differences 8Gender 9Politics 10Diet and health 11Types of communication 12Moral and personal dilemmas 13Road safety and risk 14Home safety and risk 15Environmental issues 16Children’s development 17Advertising 18Architecture
1Contradicting 2Instructing 3Expressing opinions formally and informally 4Checking and clarifying information 5Paraphrasing 6Expanding and exemplifying 7Persuading and convincing 8Speculating 9Expressing annoyance 10Comparing and contrasting 11Describing people 12Describing things 13Describing situations
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