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A DULT T RACK 4

STUDENT’s
Lesson Lesson Lesson Lesson Welcome to Adult Track!
01 02 03 04 Este curso foi desenhado especialmente para você, que precisa estar preparado para se comunicar em inglês hoje, na sua vida profissional
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05 06 07 08 situações que se assemelham muito àquelas que aparecem no seu dia a dia. Sendo assim, você aprenderá o inglês da vida real, que você
Lesson Lesson Lesson Lesson poderá usar para realizar tarefas desde as mais simples como receber um visitante estrangeiro até participar de uma reunião de negócios.
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Lesson Lesson Lesson O Adult Track é um curso inovador justamente por isso: você participará ativamente das aulas, trazendo as expressões e estruturas que
TEST 1 você precisa e não apenas aquelas apresentadas pelo livro. Para garantir esse nível de personalização e a atualização permanente dos
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assuntos tratados no curso, além da sua contribuição, o Adult Track utiliza vários recursos complementares como filmes, documentários,
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artigos, sites e os materiais multimídia exclusivos da Cultura Inglesa, como atividades no quadro interativo, o e-Campus e o Culture World.
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O livro é apenas mais um desses recursos. Para acompanhar o curso com mais autonomia e tirar melhor proveito das aulas, preparamos
Lesson Lesson Lesson Lesson este guia que apresenta a estrutura do curso aula a aula e reúne indicações de atividades, dicas de estudo e materiais de referência
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exclusivos. Esse guia irá:
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25 26 27 28 1. orientar seu estudo;
Lesson Lesson Lesson 2. sugerir recursos extras de consolidação do que foi visto nas aulas;
TEST 2
29 30 31 3. oferecer ideias de como expandir o seu conhecimento;
Communicative Language Workbook & SB 4. identificar o que deve ser priorizado na hora da revisão; e
Writing Tasks Reference Reviews Answer Key
5. servir de apoio e referência caso você precise faltar às aulas.

APRESENTAÇÃO DAS SESSÕES DO GUIA  Número da aula: O seu estágio é composto por 32 aulas, incluindo avaliações e momentos formais de feedback durante o curso.  Communication Objective:
Aqui você encontra o foco do que será estudado em cada aula. Cada uma das aulas gira em torno de uma situação específica relacionada à vida real. O livro é apenas um dos muitos recursos usados para
que esse objetivo comunicativo seja atingido, porque o conteúdo de cada aula é exclusivo da Cultura Inglesa.  Homework: Aqui estão listadas as atividades essenciais para complementar a prática do
conteúdo feita em sala.  Consolidation: Aqui estão sugestões de atividades para uma extensão da prática do que foi visto em sala de aula. Esses exercícios e tarefas retomam a língua que foi apresentada
e praticada em sala através de contextos variados. Quanto mais tempo você conseguir se dedicar ao estudo do inglês fora das aulas, melhor e mais rápido será o seu desenvolvimento.

COMO USÁ-LO  Você pode acompanhar o conteúdo de cada aula clicando diretamente no número correspondente a ela. Para cada aula, você terá também um diálogo modelo com os itens trabalhados
em aula. Clique neste símbolo  para ser direcionado para o diálogo. O guia também apresenta modelos para as redações que você irá escrever. Clique neste símbolo  para ir direto às instruções para
escrever seu texto e ver um modelo de referência. Para voltar ao menu da primeira página, clique neste símbolo . A cada quatro aulas, você também encontra mais dicas de estudo para otimizar seu
aprendizado. Não deixe de contar com a ajuda de seu professor em caso de dúvidas. Esperamos que, com esse material, você se torne cada vez mais independente e bem-sucedido no uso do inglês no seu
dia a dia. Tenha um ótimo semestre!
STUDENT’S GUIDE  Adult Track 4
COMMUNICATION OBJECTIVE HOMEWORK CONSOLIDATION
01 The Big Picture PI WB p. 42 ex. 1,2 e-Campus:
Things to do (MVA006697 | Vocabulary)
Making decisions and discoveries e-Campus:
Make v Do: A-L (GRU00095A | Grammar Ref)
Lesson

while doing everyday activities


My life has changed so much! (MLA002054 | Listening)
(Unit 7.0)

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02 The Big Picture PI WB p. 44 ex. 1, 2 The Big Picture PI SB p. 146 ex. 7.1 a
Talking about different ways to
e-Campus:
keep your mind alert and your -ing form v infinitive (MLG001626 | Language)
Lesson

brain sharp at work


(Unit 7.1)
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03 The Big Picture PI WB p. 61 Listening ex. 1, 2, 3 The Big Picture PI SB p. 45 ex. 9

Agreeing and disagreeing about e-Campus: e-Campus:


Good or bad idea? (MPR005125 | Pronunciation) Video 10: Negotiating terms and conditions (MLGB006611 |
Lesson

the role of technology in our lives Agreeing to disagree (MVA006333 | Vocabulary) Language)
(Unit 7.4 & 7.5) YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KOjqtLWEu3s
(*CC available)
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04 The Big Picture PI WB p. 45 ex. 6, 7, 8 The Big Picture PI WB p. 43 ex. 4, 5a, 5b

Describing how much technology e-Campus: e-Campus:


Quantity words (MLG001457 | Language) Quantity (MLG000987 | Language)
Lesson

you use in your life


I couldn’t live without it (MLA002823 | Listening) Much, many (MLG002182 | Language)
(Unit 7.3)

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STUDENT’S GUIDE  Adult Track 4
COMMUNICATION OBJECTIVE HOMEWORK CONSOLIDATION
05 Communicative Writing 1: writing a blog post. Click on  The Big Picture PI WB p.42 ex. 3
Talking about your city for instructions. The Big Picture PI WB p.44 ex. 3, 4
infrastructure & Writing a blog
e-Campus: e-Campus:
Lesson

post giving your opinion about the


A, some, any (MLG002149 | Language) Quantifiers (MLG000982 | Language)
quality of life in your city (CW1) The home of the future (MLG005477 | Language)
(Unit 7.2)
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06 The Big Picture PI WB p.50 ex. 1, 2 The Big Picture PI WB p. 46 Listening exs. 1, 2, 3

Giving instructions: helping people e-Campus: e-Campus:


Zero conditional: affirmative (GRU00056A | Grammar Ref) Travelling by plane (MVA005236 | Vocabulary)
Lesson

to do things
If you eat too much… (MLG002596 | Language)
(Unit 8.1)

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07 The Big Picture PI WB p. 50 exs. 3,4 e-Campus:


The Big Picture PI SB p. 147 ex. 8.1 b Santorini Island (MVA006675 | Vocabulary)

Asking for and giving advice e-Campus: Song: If you leave me now
Lesson

(Unit 8.1) Life in the big city (MLG000370 | Language) (http://lyricstraining.com/play/chicago/if_you_leave_me_n


First conditional: use (GRU00057D | Grammar Ref) ow/HdGuRFPHEd)

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08 The Big Picture PI WB p. 52 Functional Language ex. 1, 2, 3 The Big Picture PI SB p. 103 Functional Language ex. 1a

Warning, giving advice and e-Campus: e-Campus:


making promises If you walk under a ladder ... (MLG002597 |Language) Advice about taking part in meetings (MLAB004241
Lesson

(Units 8.4 & 8.5) |Listening)

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STUDENT’S GUIDE  Adult Track 4
COMMUNICATION OBJECTIVE HOMEWORK CONSOLIDATION
09 The Big Picture PI WB p. 51 ex. 5, 6 The Big Picture PI SB p.103 Grammar ex. 2, 3a, 3b

Sharing impressions of a person or e-Campus: e-Campus:


Promises and threats (MLG001777 | Language) Away from home (MVA006655 | Vocabulary)
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an event
(Unit 8.2)

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10 The Big Picture PI WB p. 49 exs. 6, 7, 8a The Big Picture PI SB p.103 Vocabulary ex. 3
Sharing impressions, advice and
e-Campus: e-Campus:
warnings about a worrying Say, tell, ask (MLG001823 | Language) Ghost story (MLA003039| Listening)
Lesson

situation Say v tell: differences and uses (GRU00063A| Grammar Ref)


(Unit 8.3)
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11 Communicative Writing 2: writing an email giving your e-Campus:


opinion and advice to a friend in need. Click on  for Conjunctions (MLG001452 |Language)
Language and Skills Workout 1 +
instructions. Conjunctions so, because, although, or (MLG000950 |
Writing an email giving opinion Language)
Lesson

and advice to a friend (CW2) Connectors: contrast (GRU00151F | Grammar Ref)


(Units 7 & 8)
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12 The Big Picture PI WB p. 54 exs. 1, 2, 3 The Big Picture PI SB p. 148 ex. 9.3a
The Big Picture PI WB p. 57 ex. 5, 6
Talking about opportunities to e-Campus:
e-Campus: The schoolgirl millionaire (MLA004167 | Listening)
Lesson

make money
Indefinite pronouns: some, any, every, no + compounds
(Units 9.0 & 9.3) (GRU00136A)
Quantifiers (MLG006855 | Language)
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STUDENT’S GUIDE  Adult Track 4
COMMUNICATION OBJECTIVE HOMEWORK CONSOLIDATION
13 e-Campus: e-Campus:
How much do you earn? (MVAB004335 | Vocabulary) Meeting between company manager and staff
Talking about how you spend your representative (MLAB004237 | List.)
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money
(Unit 9.5)

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14 The Big Picture PI WB p.56 ex. 1, 2 The Big Picture PI SB p.148 ex.9.1a
Talking about alternatives to feel
e-Campus: e-Campus:
better at work and about your Second conditional: affirmative (GRU00058A| Grammar A new lifestyle (MVA006672 | Vocabulary)
Lesson

lifestyle Ref) A different lifestyle (MLA001405 | Listening)


(Unit 9.1)
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15 The Big Picture PI WB p.56 ex. 3, 4 The Big Picture PI SB p.148 ex.9.2a
The Big Picture PI WB p.58 Functional Language ex. 1, 2 The Big Picture PI SB p.104 Functional Language ex.1a
Talking about extreme situations e-Campus:
Lesson

involving money Modifiers: use of so, such, too, enough, quite (GRU00124D |
Grammar Ref)
(Units 9.2 & 9.5)
Terrific tours (MLG000993 | Language)


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Converse com o seu professor para saber a data desta avaliação e peça dicas de como se preparar melhor para este dia. Lembre-se que o
Language and Skills Workout 2 + foco do teste é em aspectos comunicativos e funcionais, e são baseados nos objetivos de cada aula ministrada. O teste tem duração de 60
TEST 1 minutos e é divido em três partes:
Lesson

 Listening (compreensão oral) = 10 pontos


 Reading (compreensão escrita) = 10 pontos
Date: ____ /____ /____
 Language in use (gramática e vocabulário) = 10 pontos / Total = 30 pontos*
*O total da avaliação é convertido de 30 para 20 pontos. 
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STUDENT’S GUIDE  Adult Track 4
COMMUNICATION OBJECTIVE HOMEWORK CONSOLIDATION
17 The Big Picture PI WB p. 62 ex. 1, 2 The Big Picture PI WB p.58 Listening ex.1, 2, 3, 4, 5

Expressing your opinion about e-Campus: e-Campus:


Radio advertisements (MLA001470 | Listening) A promotional call (MLG006634 | Language)
Lesson

advertising campaigns
(Units 10.0)

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18 The Big Picture PI WB p. 64 ex. 1, 2 The Big Picture PI SB p.149 ex.10.1 a/b

Describing a product/service and e-Campus: e-Campus:


The passive: present simple (GRU000074A |Grammar Ref) How are bottles recycled? (MLG002847 | Language)
Lesson

its production process


Launching a product (MLA001220 | Listening)
(Units 10.1)

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19 The Big Picture PI WB p. 64 ex. 5 + p.65 ex. 6 The Big Picture PI WB p.65 ex.7, 8
The Big Picture PI SB p. 149 ex. 10.2a/b The Big Picture PI WB p.62 ex.4, 5
Talking about a product/service,
e-Campus: e-Campus:
Lesson

its brand and image The passive: past simple (GRU00074B | Grammar Ref) The dress code (MLAB005388 | Listening)
(Unit 10.2) Picasso painting stolen (MLG000199 | Language)

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20 The Big Picture PI WB p. 63 ex. 6 The Big Picture PI WB p. 63 ex. 7

Comparing restaurant options to e-Campus: e-Campus:


International food (MLA003214 | Listening) Business meals (MLAB004193| Listening)
Lesson

take a foreign guest


(Unit 10.3)

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STUDENT’S GUIDE  Adult Track 4
COMMUNICATION OBJECTIVE HOMEWORK CONSOLIDATION
21 Communicative Writing 3: writing a restaurant review for a The Big Picture PI SB p. 136 Functional Language ex. 1a.
Describing a local dish to a blog. Click on  for instructions.
foreigner & Writing a restaurant
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review for a blog (CW3)


(Unit 10.4)

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22 The Big Picture PI WB p.68 ex. 1, 2, 4b The Big Picture PI SB p.104 Functional Language ex.1a

Talking about meeting new people e-Campus: e-Campus:


What kind of people are they? (MVA005168| Vocabulary) In Brazil, we usually ... (MLA008634 | Listening)
Lesson

and making new friends


The barbecue (MLA003527| Listening)
(Unit 11.0)

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23 The Big Picture PI WB p. 70 ex. 1, 2, 3 The Big Picture PI WB p. 70 ex. 4

Reporting what people said e-Campus: e-Campus:


Would: reported speech (GRU00032C | Grammar A fine romance (MLA002060 | Listening)
Lesson

Part 1 Reference Unit)


(Units 11.1) Reported requests (GRU00066A | Grammar Reference
Unit) 

24 The Big Picture PI WB p. 71 ex. 7, 8 The Big Picture PI SB p.150 ex. 11.2 c

e-Campus: e-Campus:
Reporting what people told you Say v tell: differences and uses (GRU00063A | Grammar Sentence stress (MPR002370 | Pronunciation)
Lesson

(Unit 11.2) Reference Unit)


Say, tell, ask (MLG001823 | Language)

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STUDENT’S GUIDE  Adult Track 4
COMMUNICATION OBJECTIVE HOMEWORK CONSOLIDATION
25 The Big Picture PI WB p. 72 Functional language ex. 2 e-Campus:
On the phone (MLGB005359| Language)
Leaving and taking (phone) e-Campus:
Making a phone call (MLA001130 | Listening)
Lesson

messages
A telephone message (MLAB004032 | Listening)
(Units 11.4 & 11.5)


26 The Big Picture PI WB p. 74 ex. 1, 2,4 The Big Picture PI WB p. 74 ex. 3

Talking about different ways to e-Campus: e-Campus:


Weekend activities (MVA006678| Vocabulary) What do you do online? (MLA001484| Listening)
Lesson

relax
What are they saying? (MLA005185| Listening)
(Units 12 & 12.3)

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27 Recommending an event or a film to Communicative Writing 4: Writing an email The Big Picture PI WB p. 78 Functional language ex. 1, 2
recommending an event or a film. Click on  for The Big Picture PI WB p. 79 ex. 1,2,3
a friend (Part 1) +
instructions.
Writing an email e-Campus:
Lesson

e-Campus:
recommending an event or a film Understanding film recommendations (CWO4208 |
Interested or not? (MPR003469 | Pronunciation)
Jack Johnson Show (MLA000960 | Listening)
(CW4) Video/Culture)
(Units 12.4)  Would you like to see a film? (MLA008630 | Listening) 

28 The Big Picture PI SB p. 151 ex. 12.1a,b The Big Picture PI WB p. 76 ex. 4

Discussing people’s access to music e-Campus: e-Campus:


Comparing types of live music (CWO4226 | Culture) Talking about music choices (CWO4218 | Culture)
Lesson

in this technological era


Necessity and obligation (MLG001763 | Language) Mixed modals (MLG002159| Language)
(Unit 12.1)

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STUDENT’S GUIDE  Adult Track 4
COMMUNICATION OBJECTIVE HOMEWORK CONSOLIDATION
29 The Big Picture PI WB p.77 ex.6, 8 The Big Picture PI SB p.151 ex.12.2a, 12.2c

Comparing people’s habits and e-Campus: e-Campus:


Habits (MLG001100| Language) Childhood memories (MLA003256 | Listening)
Lesson

lifestyles now and then


What did you used to do? (MSA008976 | Speaking)
(Unit 12.2)

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30 The Big Picture PI WB p.78 Listening ex.1, 2 The Big Picture PI WB p.77 ex.9
The Big Picture PI WB pp. 08,81 Reading ex.1, 2, 3 The Big Picture PI WB p.81 ex.1, 2, 3
Talking about options to improve
e-Campus: e-Campus:
Lesson

your English
Learning a language (MLG003064| Language) Tips for effective language learning (MLA006529 |
(Units 10,11 & 12) Listening)

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31 Esta aula é um momento importante, pois aqui você terá a oportunidade de refletir sobre o seu desempenho ao longo do curso. O
professor trará atividades comunicativas que exigirão o uso das estruturas estudas neste nível. Além disso, estas atividades lhe
Consolidation ajudarão a se preparar de alguma forma para a última avaliação (próxima aula).

+
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Communicative Activity

32 O formato desta avaliação é similar ao Test 1, que foi realizado no meio do curso. Entretanto, neste momento há uma parte para avaliação de
produção escrita, onde você terá que desenvolver, sem consulta aos materiais, uma redação. Esta composição escrita requererá o domínio do
conteúdo e estruturas vistas nas quatro redações trabalhadas durante o curso. O teste tem duração de 100 minutos e é divido em quatro partes:
TEST 2  Listening (compreensão oral) = 10 pontos
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 Reading (compreensão escrita) = 10 pontos


Date: ____ /____ /____  Language in use (gramática e vocabulário) = 10 pontos
 Comunicative writing (produção escrita) = 10 pontos / Total = 40 pontos*
*O total da avaliação é convertido de 40 para 30 pontos. 
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STUDENT’S GUIDE  Adult Track 4
COMMUNICATIVE WRITING REFERENCE
Lesson 5: Writing a blog post giving your opinion about the quality of life in your city. Lesson 11: Writing an email giving your opinion and advice to a friend.

Full name: Roberto do Nascimento Full name: Roberto do Nascimento


AT4 – Tuesday & Thursday 20h20 AT4 – Tuesday & Thursday 20h20
CW1 – Writing a blog post giving my opinion about the quality of life in my city. CW2 - Writing an email giving my opinion and advice to a friend.

 Paragraph 1 – Your general opinion about your friend’s problem/concerns;


 Paragraph 1 – Respond to a previous post, agreeing or disagreeing with the author’s
ideas;  Paragraph 2 – Give your advice and mention the consequences (use if + present
simple);
 Paragraph 2 – Post your opinion about what should be done and give reasons;
 Paragraph 3 – Mention positive aspects if your friend follows your advice;
 Paragraph 3 – Ask for people’s reactions.  Paragraph 4 – Your final opinion and advice to your friend.

Word limit: 100 -120 words Word limit: 100 -120 words

Model text: Model text:

I've just read that our mayor decided to let some sheep live in Ibirapuera Park to reduce Hi.
noise and air pollution from lawnmowers. You know how I feel about this green initiative,
right? I understand that the sheep will keep the grass short and eliminate the need for That sounds really interesting!
lawnmowers, which are noisy and pollute the air, but I definitely don't agree with this If you start this diet and take this special Chinese medicine for two months, you will look
decision. Well, how about us, citizens, who would like to spend a nice day at the park and great on your wedding day because you will lose weight fast and look quite thin.
not be disturbed by these animals? Firstly, they forgot that there will be some sheep
droppings all over the park, which is unhealthy. Secondly, the place will smell very bad, A friend of mine once tried something similar. As a result, she was able to wear different
but who cares about us? sorts of clothes and she became more confident about her appearance.
However, make sure you consult a doctor before you start the diet and take care of
In my opinion, our mayor should consider the different profiles of citizens who live in this yourself. In my opinion, you are already a beautiful person so don't worry about looks
city and consult all parts involved before making such a radical decision. We could use and enjoy life!
more green technology instead.
I hope my opinion and advice can help you.
What does everyone else who live here think about all this?
Roberto.
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STUDENT’S GUIDE  Adult Track 4
COMMUNICATIVE WRITING REFERENCE
Lesson 21: Writing a restaurant review for a blog Lesson 27: Writing an email recommending an event or a film

Full name: Roberto do Nascimento Full name: Roberto do Nascimento


AT4 – Tuesday & Thursday 20h20 AT4 – Tuesday & Thursday 20h20
CW3 - Writing a restaurant review for a blog CW4 - Writing an email recommending an event or a film

 Paragraph 1 –Introductions of the restaurant  Paragraph 1 – Setting; One-sentence summary;

 Paragraph 2 – Description of the food and your typical dish  Paragraph 2 – Main characters; Storyline;

 Paragraph 3 – Description of what you like about it  Paragraph 3 – Reason for success;

 Paragraph 4 – Personal recommendation.

Word limit: 100 -120 words Word limit: 100 -120 words

Model text: Model text:

Karafun is a karaoke restaurant in Thong Sala, in Thailand. People eat and sing there. The Please refer to the text model on The Big Picture SB p. 135 (Article: Pobol y Cwm)
restaurant garden is beautiful, because it has lots of trees and flowers. When it's a sunny
day, people sit outside.

The food in the restaurant is delicious. My favourite dish is 'kaeng khiao wan'. This is a
curry. It looks very colourful, because it's green! It's made with coconut, green chillies
and chicken, and it's hot. My favourite dessert is made with fresh fruit from the
restaurant garden.

A night at the restaurant is fun, because it's also a karaoke bar. My favourite song is
Bohemian Rhapsody by Queen. My friends laugh, because I'm not a good singer! The
waiters and waitresses are also friendly. Karafun is my favourite place in Thong Sala.

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STUDENT’S GUIDE  Adult Track 4
LANGUAGE REFERENCE
LESSON 01 LESSON 02 LESSON 03
A: Have you heard that the company wants to ban the use of
A: Have you made any changes in your working area recently? A: What should be considered before we choose to work here?
B: You should consider your career plans and the benefits. social networking sites here?
B: In fact, I have. I’ve made a decision to start studying English.
A: What do you enjoy doing at work? B: Yes, I have. In my opinion, it’s great because all social
A: Really? Did you do any research about it?
B: I love developing new ideas for products. I also enjoy making phone networking sites are just a waste of time.
B: No, but I did my best to get informed about the course.
calls. A: Absolutely, that’s exactly how I feel too. People spend too
A: What kind of activities do you most enjoy doing while A: What don’t you mind doing at work? much time writing about useless stuff.
working? B: I really don’t mind having meetings or taking some trips to visit C: Well, sorry but I don’t agree with that at all. Technology is a
B: I really like making discoveries about new ideas for clients. vital part of our lives now and we use e-mails and Skype here
products, but I don’t like doing tests. A: What would you recommend doing at work to keep your mind
all the time.
A: Do you feel you are making progress in your career? alert?
B: I recommend having short breaks to move your body a little. I also
B: Maybe, but social networking can be quite dangerous and
B: Yes, I do. I feel I’m a better professional now.
like organising the activities I need to do every day. reduce our productivity.
A: What have you decided to do to increase your productivity and A: I completely agree with you.
Language Items: Word formation (Verb – Noun), Make & Do
make your boss happy?
B: I decided to discuss my workflow with him twice a month and Language Items: Language used for agreeing and disagreeing.
extend my working hours in 1 hour to leave earlier on Friday.
 Language Items: Verb patterns (–ing & to + infinitive)  

LESSON 04 LESSON 05 LESSON 06


A: So Paul, how much technology do you use on a daily basis? A: Excuse me, can you give me a hand with the coffee
B: I use a lot of technology! I can’t think about my life without Please refer to the Student’s guide for the model text.
machine?
technology and my gadgets. What do you use technology for? B: Sure. Place the cup here and press the green button to start.
A: Well, I don’t use much technology. I just have a phone and a Language Items:
Countable & uncountable nouns; Some/Any/No; Agreeing, If you want to add sugar, press the plus (+) button over here.
laptop. I don’t need a lot of gadgets. A: Oh ok, and if I need to have more cream, what do I do?
B: Sometimes I think I have too many gadgets, but I really disagreeing and giving opinions.
B: Right, if you need to add cream, choose this option in the
enjoy using technology. It makes my life easier. What do you menu and press OK.
think? A: Thanks! It’s really no big deal.
A: I think technology helps a lot, but people spend too much
time watching TV or playing computer games.
B: I agree with you to a certain extent, but I still think Language Items: Zero conditional: IF + present simple (1)
technology helps us to have a better life.

Language Items: Countable & uncountable nouns, quantifiers:


too/not much, too/not many, a few, a little, a lot of
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STUDENT’S GUIDE  Adult Track 4
LANGUAGE REFERENCE
LESSON 07 LESSON 08 LESSON 09
A: Hi Ken! Hope you enjoy our town. It is a nice place to visit A: Hi Alice! I need your help and advice. A: So how about going to the International Forum? It must be
but make sure you are careful. B: What’s the matter with you? good, all the big names are going to be there and it may be
B: Oh I see. Can you give me some tips, please? A: I can’t concentrate on my work. Everything distracts me and good for our careers and networking. Are the dates correct?
A: Well, if you know which places to avoid, you won’t get into I don’t finish my tasks on time. B: Well, you might have a point. It’s really an important event
trouble. For instance, don’t go downtown carrying a camera or B: Well, why don’t you move your desk away from the and the dates can’t be wrong.
holding your smartphone in public. If you do that, you’ll get window? You will get less distracted if you stop looking
mugged. through the window.
B: Really? If I get lost, will people help me? A: If I do that, I’ll have time to finish my tasks and do more Language Items: Modal verbs for deduction and possibility
A: Oh sure, Brazilians in general are very nice and friendly things. (must, can’t, may, might)
people. If you ask people around, they will certainly help you. B: Sure. If you want to keep concentrated, use an agenda to
organise your tasks and set priorities.
Language Items: First conditional: IF + present simple (2) A: Thanks Alice for your great advice.
B: Anytime!
Language Items: Zero conditional; First conditional;
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A: Hi, Sue. I’m worried because I’ve had some money problems
A: My colleague told me something really worrying. He heard Please refer to the Student’s guide for the model text. recently and I’d like to know your opinion and get some advice
it from his cousin. A business traveller was in a bar and a from you.
stranger offered to buy him a drink. He accepted and the next Expected Language and Language Items: B: That’s ok for me.
thing he remembered was waking up in a hotel room, in a Language from Units 7-8 A: Well, what’s something you can do if you need extra cash?
bathtub full of ice. There was a phone and a message telling B: Oh, if you need extra cash, you can sell things you don’t
him to call the emergency services. At the hospital, he need or do some freelance work.
discovered that one of his kidneys had been stolen. A: What’s your opinion about getting a loan from the bank?
B: Really? I’ve heard it too. We must be careful with strangers B: In my opinion, it’s not a good idea because you pay a lot of
all the time. But I think we shouldn’t believe everything people interest. It’s better to save some money every month.
say. A: What can you invest in to make money quick?
A: Well, if you don’t check the information you get, you will B: I think you can invest in property – a house or a flat. You
get into trouble. may not make money quick but it’s a nice investment.

Language Items: Collocations with say and tell; Modal verbs Language Items: Indefinite pronouns (some-/any-/no- +
for advice and warnings; Past simple.  one/body/thing); nouns and verbs related to money.
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A: Hello, Mr Surrey. How can I help you?
B: I’m here for some advice on my finances. I’d like to manage my budget A: Hi Sue. Let me tell you something so stupid that happened to
better. At the moment, I don’t have any money left at the end of the month
A: Oh Frank, I’m so tired. I get so stressed with traffic every me this morning.
and I’m being charged too much on my credit cards. morning. B: Sure. Go ahead.
A: Well, first tell me about your income. How much do you take home B: Well, I see. If you came to work by tube, you wouldn’t get A: I went shopping for clothes in a big department store but I
every month? stuck in traffic. forgot my credit card PIN. It was such an embarrassment!
B: Oh, after taxes I take home about £1,500 a month. A: But if I did that, I would have to get up 1 hour earlier!
A: Do you have any other income? B: Really? It sometimes happens to me. I’m so bad at
B: If I were you, I would cycle to work because you don’t live so remembering codes and passwords.
B: No, I don’t.
A: What about your expenses? Tell me about how you spend your money far from here. A: Then I had to use cash to pay for my shopping but the
on a regular month. A: And I would be healthier if I exercised more regularly…that cashier didn’t have any change. I got so angry that I decided to
B: Well, my rent is £400 a month. I spend £95 on a bus and train pass. My sounds like an idea to me! leave my shopping behind.
phone, electricity and gas bills are probably about £120 a month. Then B: You should try. If I didn’t work out at the gym, I’d feel tired
there’s cable TV and internet – that’s another £25. I also spend around B: If I were you, I would do the same. They should have cash
and lazy to work. available for change just in case. It’s such a difficult situation.
£650 on entertainment and eating out. Oh, and I pay £40 a month for
guitar lessons. A: Well, at least I saved some money.
Language Items: Second conditional (if + past simple)
Language Items: Describing ways of spending money; quantifiers;
 Language Items: So and Such; Requests and Responses
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A: So, what kind of advertisement should we use in this campaign? This is a typical football shirt. It is made in China. In fact, A: In your opinion, what's the most famous example of a
B: In my opinion, we can try an ad on the social networks because most football shirts are made in China today. The shirts are brand that was successfully introduced in the market?
they are very popular now.
transported to other countries in ships. Then they are sold B: For me, it's Havaianas. The company was formed in the
A: I agree. But I don't like the way they appear on the screen.
Sometimes they are too big! in the shops. They are bought by football fans and they are 1960s, but they weren't considered fashionable at that
B: We can also create a new slogan and use it in our new flyers. worn by people all over the world. time.
A: Well, flyers in particular annoy me. The last thing I want is more A: Was there any change in the company's business?
paper in my hands or bag. Language Items: Present passive B: Yes, there was. In recent years the brand has become
B: I don't mind that we use flyers but the slogan should be a good one. famous abroad because their flip-flops were redesigned
A: What do you suggest for the slogan?
B: I think we can use a short and powerful sentence like 'You choose.
and more models and styles were introduced.
We deliver.' A: Are Havaianas flip-flops made outside Brazil now?
A: Oh, I really like it. And we can also have a short TV-film for the B: Actually, they are all made in a factory in Paraiba, Brazil.
campaign. Then they are distributed to other countries
B: Great idea!

Language Items: Vocabulary about advertising; Expressing opinions   Language Items: Past Passive 

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LESSON 20 LESSON 21 LESSON 22
A: So which restaurant do you think is more appropriate?
B: Go to XX. The service is quick and friendly. They are also Please refer to the Student’s guide for the model text. A: Hi John, how have you been? Have you met new people?
cheaper. B: Oh, yes. Brazilians are very sociable and friendly people, it
C: Well, if you want to eat well, try ZZ. You always know Language Items: Language to describe typical dishes and is quite easy to make friends here. Actually I met my
what you're going to get and the food is prepared at the restaurants. neighbours this week when we were outside in the garden.
restaurant so the ingredients are fresh. A: Great! What are they like?
A: Great. I guess ZZ is the best option. I know price is B: They are lively and outgoing. They are very nice people
important but quality is even more important. and I think we are going to be good friends.

Language Items: Comparatives; Superlatives; Adjectives Language Items:


Be + like (to describe general description of a person’s
personality) [vs to like (preferences), to look like (physical
description)]

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A: What did Karissa say about Carlos?
A: What did he tell you? A: How can I help you?
B: She said that Carlos was funny and easy-going.
B: He told me we needed to make time to talk. B: Hi, my name's Tim and I would like to speak to John
A: What did Carlos say about Karissa?
B: He said that Karissa was very intelligent and that an A: And what did you tell him? please.
intelligent woman needed and intelligent man. B: I told him he was right and that I sometimes made A: Sorry he's out. Can I take a message?
A: Well, they certainly hit it off. mistakes. B: Could you tell him to call me back? He has got my
number.
Language Items: Language Items: A: Sure, I'll tell him.
Reported speech with SAY. Reported speech with TELL
Language Items:
Language used in telephone messages and when
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LESSON 26 LESSON 27 LESSON 28
A: I found this great clip on YouTube last night. Have you A: Did you see Dee on TV last night? A: Well, I think musicians shouldn´t give their music
seen it? The one about the shark attack? B: Dee? On TV? Are you sure? away for free. It devalues music. True fans will always
B: Oh yeah! It’s great, isn’t it, really funny! My brother sent A: Yeah, on one of those documentaries that show real life be ready to pay for the music they love.
me the link. Of course, it’s a fake. stories… B: It’s an interesting idea. I’m certainly in favour of
A: Really? Oh no – I thought it was real! B: What was she doing?
giving money to the artists but I think CDs will soon
A: She was talking about her job. You have to see it. It’ll
C: How was the concert last night? Did a lot of people go? make you laugh.
become a thing of the past.
D: Yeah, it was really full. I mean the venue’s small, but it B: I had no idea! I’m so sorry I missed it! A: Yeah, nowadays you can download free music from
was full, and the atmosphere was great. Stefan played A: It’s OK. It’s on again next week. the internet and it’s not fair for the musicians.
really well and everyone seemed to enjoy it. B: When’s it on? Let me make a note of it. I really don’t
C: I’d like to see him next time. want to miss it this time! Language Items: Predictions using will, may, might
D: I’ll let you know when he’s on.
Language Items: Vocabulary related to types of Language Items: Language used to make
entertainment  recommendations  
LESSON 29 LESSON 30 LESSON 31
A: What TV programmes did you use to watch some years A: Reading lots of texts is the best way to improve your (Please refer to lessons 01-30)
ago?
English
B: Well, I used to watch reality shows and news but now I
B: Maybe, but I don’t think it is the best way to
only watch sitcoms. They are more relaxing. What
about you? improve your English.
A: Me? I didn’t use to watch TV. But I used to spend a lot of A: I see your point.
time playing video games.
Language Items:
Language Items: USED TO + infinitive Review of language: Units 10-12

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The BIG Picture PI SB ANSWER KEY (Review / Bring It Together pages 102, 103, 104, 105, 136, 137, 138, 139)
REVIEW C FUNCTIONAL LANGUAGE GRAMMAR
UNIT 7 page 102 1 1c 2a 3b 1a 1 isn’t played 2 was won 3 are involved
VOCABULARY 4 were invented
5a 1 surf, internet UNIT 9 page 104 3a 1 were, are 2 were 3 are 4 weren’t
2 sent, emails VOCABULARY
3 downloading, from FUNCTIONAL LANGUAGE
1 1 investment, pay, sell
4 switch off 1 1b 2d 3a 4c
2 save, income, waste
GRAMMAR 3 loan, borrow, lend, pay, afford
UNIT 11 page 137
1 1 to live 2 learning 3 to move 4 to run 5 reading GRAMMAR
VOCABULARY
2 1U 2U 3C 4U5C 6C 7C 1 1 If I won a lot of money, I would buy an expensive car.
1 1 generous, sensible 2 creative
2 I wouldn’t stop working if I found a lot of money.
3 1 any 2 some 3 some 4 Some 5 any 3 If I was president, I wouldn’t change anything.
3 Sky, kind, friendly, outgoing
4 1 much 2 lots of 3 a lot of 4 too much 5 a few 4 I would live in another country if I could. 2 a3 b2 c1
FUNCTIONAL LANGUAGE 3 1b 2d 3a 4c 4 1 broke up 2 single 3 going on 4 known
1 1 T: I completely agree 5 shy
2 PW: believe T: Oh, absolutely. FUNCTIONAL LANGUAGE
Steve was Mel’s boyfriend, but they’ve broken up now.
3 T: terrible! 1 1 pay, bill, you 2 key, PIN 3 smaller, change
GRAMMAR
4 A: depends 1 1 Rob said he couldn’t go out with Candy because she was
BRING IT TOGETHER 7, 8 & 9 page 105
his best friend’s girlfriend.
UNIT 8 page 103 READING 2 Gwen said she never dated people who were shy.
VOCABULARY 1 1 auditory learner 2 text preference learner 3 Marie said she was never going to get married.
3 Say: excuse me, sorry, goodbye, hello 3 visual learner 4 Harry said he didn’t like being single.
Tell: a great story, the time, a terrible lie, a very funny LISTENING
joke, the whole truth 2 Meg told Sanjay that she was going out the next day. Sanjay
2a Carlos already does a, b, e; Aliki already does e, d, b
told Meg that he wasn’t doing anything and that he could
4 1 tell 2 said 3 said 4 tells 5 tell 2b 1 Aliki 2 Carlos 3 Carlos come with her. Meg told Sanjay that that was a good idea, and
that he needed to meet some new people.
GRAMMAR REVIEW D
1a 1 put 2 bites 3 cut 4 have FUNCTIONAL LANGUAGE
UNIT 10 page 136 1 2 Hello, could I…
1b 1 false 2 true 3 true 4 true VOCABULARY 3 Ms Lam is not…
2 1b 2d 3c 4a 1a 1 logo 2 advert 3 slogan 4 brand 5 flyer 6 billboard 4 Yes, can you tell her..
5 I’ll tell her…
3 b It’s some cans. 2 a) food: delicious, disgusting, fresh, mouth-watering,
processed 6 Thank you…
b) building/places: ancient, beautiful, modern
c) clothes: colourful, patterned, tight

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UNIT 12 page 138
BRING IT TOGETHER page 139
VOCABULARY
SPEAKING & READING
1 Types of entertainment: album, film, football match, live
concert, play, podcast, TV show 1 1 listening to music
Venues for entertainment: cinema, concert hall, stadium, 2 watching a film
theatre 2 2 Photo a 3 Photo b
3 1 on 2 on, – 3 in 4 at 5 in The website also mentions reading (news websites).
4a people: buskers, fans, musicians 3 1 agree 2 agree 3 disagree 4 disagree 5 agree
types of music: records, single track, MP3 downloads
ways of buying music: music store, merchandise table,
online
GRAMMAR
1 1 should 2 can 3 can 4 can
5 should 6 must 7 Will
2 1 I used to go…
2 I didn’t use to like…
3 I didn’t use to…
4 I used to download music…

FUNCTIONAL LANGUAGE
1 1 You should try to see it.
2 You’d love it!
3 You must go!
4 You really should go to a live match.

2 1 a film, it’s showing at the cinema near the port; the


person is not enthusiastic (it’s too far)
2 a TV programme, it’s on at 10 p.m. on Sky 3; the person
is enthusiastic
3 a gig / concert, they’re only playing one concert; the
person is enthusiastic
4 a sports match, the experience of a live match is great;
the person is not enthusiastic (it’s too expensive)

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