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ite. SHORT COURSE SERIES \: _ Clockwise intermediate ve Classbook we Ne. Wg Will Forsyth SHORT COURSE SERIES )- iy intermediate Classbook Will Forsyth Contents 01 ALLINTHEMIND ——_p.04 Phrases for starting conversations Question types {be/ object/subject/reporting) Word groups, phrases {tak toexplain that, etc) 02 CHANGING WORLD —p.08 Being imprecise (about tend to, etc) Present tenses to describe change (simple/continuous perfect) Words describing the world (geography/culturefeconorics) 03 LIFE STORY Stages for telling true stories in conversation, question tags Past simple and present perfect for talking about what's happened Describing stages of lfe (get married Jtake exams, etc), characteristics of successful people (determined! ‘ambitious, et) p.l2 04 SOMETHING TO DO How to getinformation (Vwas wondering regarding, et), active listening (OK, oh fine, et) Gerund and infinitive patterns (don't want + to/tm not keen on + -ingllet’s + infinitive, etc), making suggestions and responding Saying how you feel about doing things (! really enjoy/its a great oy to, etc) p16 05 A QUESTION OF UFESTYLE Giving indirect answers {a couple offit varies, etc) Comparative forms (adjectives adverbs) Describing health lifestyle, and routine p.20 06 CHANGE OF STATE p24 Using vague expressions for time and quantity (round about ish, etc.) Talking about ‘usualy’ in the past (past simple would fused to} Phrases for similarity and difference (different from took sitniar, etc) 07 TAKING CHANCES Saying you agree {nor do (no, that's right, etc) Expressions for linking ideas [even though because off whereas, etc) Describing activities (climbing/ smoking], emotional reactions fedi-ing adjectives) p.28 08 GETTING THROUGH? p32 Guiding the stages of a phone call (allright then anyway, etc) Talking about future arrangements {wil going to present continuous) Useful telephone phrases {hold on Who's calling?, etc.) 09 INCIDENTS AND ACCIDENTS Planning the future (present continuous, simple going to/ wall Expressions for responding to good and bad news am sorry! enjoy yourself, etc.) Talking about occasions (wedding! procession interview, et) p36 10 OTHER HOUSES, OTHER RULES Using sentence patterns (with when! because /otherwise/and, etc) can have to/must!be allowed to! should need to for obligation and permission Talking about rules and arguments (ban/ get upset, etc.) p40 11. TEMPER AND TEARS ‘Making simple complaints (mm afraiditd tke to, etc), dealing with unhelpful people i realize that, butieven though, etc.) Telling stories {past simple/continuous/ perfect) Saying how you fee! (anger/enthusiasm, etc.) p.44 12 SAYING NO p48 Inviting (00 you fancy I Would you lke to}, saying no politely W'¢ love to, butil"ve got something on, etc.) Using infinitives (too /enough toto keep fit, etc.) verbs + infinitive (decide hope want, etc.) Expanding your vocabulary using axes (ul, ity, y, etc)