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UNIT A EVERYDAY ENGLISH B GRAMMAR C GRAMMAR

p4 Meeting people p5 be, possessives and p6 have got and articles


Numbers, alphabet pronouns Vocabulary: possessions (a CD, a bike, a cat, etc.)
Introduction Introducing myself Possessive adjectives
Demonstrative pronouns

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A VOCABULARY AND LISTENING B GRAMMAR C CULTURE

p8 Family p9 Present simple: p10 The Royal Family


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Friends and
Family words (aunt, cousin, stepmother, etc.)
Possessive s
armative and negative Reading: A Royal Couple
Vocabulary: monarchy and government (queen, Parliament, etc.)
family Plural nouns Three people talk about the British monarchy
Describing my family
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p18 Free-time activities p19 Adverbs of frequency p20 Its fun, but is it sport?
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My time
Hobbies and sports (athletics, keeping t, drama, etc.)
Verb + noun collocations (surf the Net, do karate, go swimming, etc.)
Reading: Cheerleading
Vocabulary: action verbs (train hard, compete, etc.)
Talking about hobbies and sports A radio interview
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p28 School subjects p29 there is/there are; p30 Schools in England
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At school
School subjects (art and design, biology, ICT, etc.)
Parts of the house (bathroom, bedroom, study, etc.)
some/any with plural
nouns
Reading: Eton College
Vocabulary: parts of a school (canteen, classroom, gym, etc.)
Extracts from school lessons Prepositions of place An interview about school
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p38 Clothes p39 Present continuous p40 Halloween


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Special
Clothes (boots, joggers, skirt, etc.)
Describing people (Hes tall, Shes thin, etc.)
Reading: Halloween
Vocabulary: (costume, evil, witch, trick or treat, etc.)
occasions Clothes
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p48 Food p49 Quantity p50 Fussy eaters?


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Healthy living
Food and drink (rice, dairy products, a glass of water, etc.)
Methods of cooking (boiled, fried, etc.)
Countable and
uncountable nouns
Reading: Food for thought?
Vocabulary: compound nouns (balanced diet, processed food, etc.)
In a busy kitchen How much ? / How Dierent diets
many ?, some and any

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p58 In town p59 Past simple: be p60 Teen adventure


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Going places
Places in a town (bank, car park, theatre, etc.)
Collocations (park a car, leave a message, etc.)
and can Reading: A teenagers guide to Sydney!
Vocabulary: adjectives to describe places in a city (modern, safe, fantastic, etc.)
Following directions Radio advertisements: Places to go in Sydney
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p68 Where are they from? p69 Past simple p70 Changing the world
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Fame!
Countries; Nationalities (China, Czech, etc.)
make, do, have and take (have a dream, do homework, etc.)
armative: irregular
verbs
Reading: Rosa Parks
Three teenagers talk about their heroes
Vocabulary: events in life (was born, died, etc.) Pronunciation: past
Four biographies simple forms

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p78 Geography p79 Comparative p80 Landmarks


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In the wild
Geographical features (cave, sea, volcano, etc.)
Continents (Africa, Asia, Europe, etc.)
adjectives
Pronunciation: -er
Reading: A famous landmark
Vocabulary: outdoor activities (climbing, diving, shing, etc.)
Measurements (50 years old, 6,000 km long, etc.) endings Talking about trips
Geographical places
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p88 Jobs and work p89 going to p90 Jobs for teenagers
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The world of
Jobs (builder, doctor, vet, etc.)
Suxes: -er, -or and -ist (dancer, actor, scientist, etc.)
Reading: three people talk about their jobs
Vocabulary: work words (skills, career, part time, etc.)
work Three people talk about their jobs Part-time jobs
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p98 Transport p99 Present perfect: p100 Gateway to the New World
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Time to travel
Transport nouns and adjectives (coach, safe, etc.)
Phrasal verbs with get (get in, get o, get out of, etc.)
armative
just for recent events
Reading: Ellis Island
Five people talk about their background
Five people talk about how they go to and from school
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VOCABULARY BUILDER p130
IRREGULAR VERBS p141
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D VOCABULARY

p7 Time, days and dates


Asking and telling
the time
Ordinal numbers

D GRAMMAR E READING F EVERYDAY ENGLISH G WRITING

p11 Present simple: p12 The Amish p14 Making friends p15 A message
questions Reading: A simple life? Object pronouns
Vocabulary: everyday activities (do the housework, prepare
food, etc.)

p21 can and adverbs p22 Extreme sports p24 Expressing likes and dislikes p25 An announcement
Reading: Free time crazy time! Vocabulary: giving an opinion about things (Hes awful, etc.) Imperatives
Vocabulary: parts of the body (back, chest, toes, etc.) What do you like doing?
Song: Aint got no

p31 have to p32 Sumo school p34 Giving directions p35 A letter
Reading: An interview with a young sumo wrestler Vocabulary: directions (Turn left, Go straight on, etc.) Capital letters
Vocabulary: adjective + preposition collocations (keen on, etc.)

p41 Present simple and p42 I do! p44 Making arrangements p45 An invitation
continuous Reading: The big day Vocabulary: activities (go dancing, meet friends, etc.)
Vocabulary: weddings (bride, groom, ceremony, etc.) Talking about plans for the weekend
Song: Fallin

p51 should / shouldnt p52 Feeling good? p54 In a caf p55 A questionnaire
Reading: Healthy alternatives Ordering food (Id like , Can I have , etc.)
Vocabulary: Health problems (painful, cure, etc.)

p61 Past simple p62 Out on the town p64 Asking for information p65 A note
armative: regular verbs Reading: A strange accident Listening: phoning a museum for information
Pronunciation: -ed endings Vocabulary: adjectives to describe feelings (bored, angry, etc.)

p71 Past simple negative p72 Famous artists p74 Talking about your weekend p75 An email message
and interrogative Reading: Vincent van Gogh and Pablo Picasso Listening: three teenagers talk about their weekend
Vocabulary: expressions of interest and sympathy (Oh dear! Wow!
Really?, etc.)

p81 Superlative adjectives p82 Dangerous! p84 Negotiating p85 An advert


Reading: The scariest animals in history? Making holiday plans (Shall we ? Lets , How about ? etc.)
Vocabulary: wildlife (bat, beak, reptiles, etc.) Types of holiday (safari, beach holiday, city break, etc.)
Song: Planet Earth

p91 will p92 A year out p94 On the phone p95 An application letter
Reading: Gap years Making and receiving phone calls
Vocabulary: compound nouns (voluntary work, tourist industry, Saying phone numbers (oh double six, etc.)
etc.)

p101 Present perfect: p102 Alone in the canyon p104 Buying a train ticket p105 A postcard
negative and interrogative Reading: Lose your arm. Or lose your life. can for permission (Can I take my bike on the train?, etc.)
already and yet Vocabulary: time expressions (rst of all, suddenly, etc.)
Song: Last Train to Clarksville

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The Potato Eaters (1885)

Self-Portrait (1889)
Self Portrait with Bandaged Ear (1889)

Vase with Twelve Sunflowers (1888)


are doing
'm staying
are going

are going
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'm meeting

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