Teste de Nivelamento

teste-nivelamento
  • Nosso teste de nivelamento serve para avaliar em que módulo um aluno (acima de 13 anos) deve ingressar no curso.
  • Consiste em duas fases – gramatical online e oral presencial – tendo a segunda parte um peso maior na avaliação, devido à ênfase dada pelo BRASAS à comunicação verbal.
  • É necessário que o aluno faça o teste gramatical com 25 questões de múltipla escolha disponível a seguir, respondendo apenas às questões que souber, deixando em branco as que não souber. O resultado será enviado por e-mail logo após o aluno ter finalizado a avaliação on-line.
  • Após esta etapa, entraremos em contato para agendar a entrevista oral na unidade de sua preferência. Somente após esta entrevista poderemos determinar precisamente o grau de fluência do aluno e encaminhá-lo ao módulo mais adequado do curso.

Cadastre-se e faça o teste:

Escolha a unidade de sua preferência para realizar a entrevista oral:

  •  on at in
  •  we us our
  •  No, their is the new one. No, they is the new one. No, theirs is the new one.
  •  to eat eating eat
  •  Where Mary is going to be tomorrow? Where is Mary going to be tomorrow? Where is Mary going be tomorrow?
  •  are something is anything is something
  •  How much bread is there for breakfast? How many bread are there for breakfast? How much bread there is for breakfast?
  •  They’re very short; they aren’t enough tall. They’re too short; they aren’t tall enough. They’re too short; they aren’t enough tall.
  •  can’t to go won’t be able to aren’t be able to
  •  Joshua is so handsome than a movie star. He’s the more popular boy at the club. Joshua is as handsome as a movie star. He’s the most popular boy at the club. Joshua is so handsome as a movie star. He’s the very popular boy at the club.
  •  he would go to the U.S.A. he will go to the U.S.A. he goes to the U.S.A.
  •  I didn’t too neither did I I did either
  •  great / to take good / taking well / to take
  •  will / is won’t / goes can / will go
  •  I won the lottery. I love to work. I want to stop working.
  •  Yes, I was there last week. Yes, I’ve been there last week. Yes, I’ve been there yet.
  •  wakes up has woken up had woken up
  •  Must you do the cooking tonight? Will you must do the cooking tonight? Do you must do the cooking tonight?
  •  She would have saved money. She should have saved money. She bought an apartment.
  •  They wish they had been able to stay home last week. They wish they have been able to stay home last week. They wish they were able to stay home last week.
  •  she must have been busy she should have been busy she would have been busy
  •  has been taken has been took has taken
  •  must should ought
  •  will be prepared will have been prepared will have prepared
  •  will may might may