Primary amines give two N-H stretch peaks, one near 3350 and one near 3180, from asymmetric and symmetric vibrations respectively.
Secondary amines give one N-H stretch peak at 3300
N-H bending at 1640-1550 for both secondary and primary amides.
Note how the C=O partially overlaps the N-H bend.
For dilute solutions the C=O is found at 1690. This is for the same reason as carboxylic acids - hydrogen bonding normally lowers the C=O frequency.
Like other carbonyl compounds, the C=O stretch frequency increases with decreasing ring size, by about 40 per carbon removed.