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GROUP: Marianna P. | Ana Carolina T. | Gustavo P. | Pedro J. | Thomas W.

Confirmation until Wed: June, 06th



Hello dear students and parents!


We are studying about Directions, City Places, Occupations, and vocabulary improving on this matter, which would be a great opportunity to go on a field trip. 


This field trip is going to happen on Saturday, 9th of June from 10:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. at Paulista Avenue - Sao Paulo.


The purpose of this field trip is to get used to Public Transportation Services, public info signs in English, language skills improvement, etc.


Here you are the Field Trip Itinerary:


10:00 - Drop off at Brooklyn Subway Station (Estaçao do metro Brooklin).

         - Train changing / Emerald Line

         - Subway Change / yellow line at Pinheiros.

10:40 - Paulista Ave. area exploring

          > 3floors Starbucks Coffee place,
          > Souvenir Stores

          > The Largest Brazil's Book Store. (

          > Maria's Famous Pastel in Sao Paulo

          > Japan House Museum (  )

12:30 - Lunchtime at Paulista Burger (


14:00 - About this time we will catch the green line subway at brigadeiro subway station and head back home.

3:30 - Pick up at Morumbi Train Station / Emerald Line.


Here some information about the Metro / Train system




Since this field trip is to practice the English language the students can only participate if they agree to speak only English during the event. This invitation was sent only to the students that have improved their English Speaking Skills during classes which may carry a light conversation between friends.


Max number of students per field trip = 05

Minimum age to participate = 10 years old



Public transportation fares: R$ 4,00 one way ticket

Starbucks beverage: from R$ 4,00 - R$ 15,00

Maria's Pastel: R$ 7,00 

Museu entrance fees: R$ 0,00 (free)

Lunch at Paulista Burger: From R$ 30,00 - R$ 40,00 (meals)


I hope you guys have a great week and I see you on Saturday.

REMEMBER to wear comfortable outfit including tennis shoes and have money change for the subway tickets.


Best Regards,

Mr. Ermeson





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