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Page 1. Page 2. Page 3. Page 4. Page 5. Page 6. Page 7. Page 8. Page 9. Page Page Page 12 New English Fi English Vocabulary in Use. TOTAL-ENGLISH-Intermediate-Student-s-Book. Sara Turbato. Antonia Clare JJ Wilson UNIT LESSON r L E S S O Nz Grammar: verbs auxiliary G. In modern methodology of teaching foreign languages the focus has been shifted from teaching form to teaching content or, in other words, the goal is to shift.
The mine that kills. Retrieved from " https: You get a BA degree in German language and literature. He has learnt to read the bible. You graduate and you become a doctor.
There are 2 versions of each lesson, ppt - which you can download and then adapt for your class, and pdf: Do we want public or private ownership. Marielle Franco. News around the world. Whose streets are they.
The future with robots new int version. Women and Men. Short news stories from TAX - Upper-Intermediate - 2 hrs from December Issue - jigsaw reading, speaking, collocations and writing a formal letter. The mine that kills. Saudi Arabia. Global Banks. Charities and NGOs. The organ trade.
Where are the forests going?. Match them. Jeff 8 10 11 12 13 14 15 Work with a partner. Answer these questions about the full alphabet. Which two other letters rhyme with day? Which two other letters rhyme with new? Which letter doesn't rhyme with any of the words in exercise 7? Here are the words you need. A Oh, I see!
No, I meant pair, P-AR! I'd like those two bananas, please. A Oh, ehm I'll take that pair. B Pardon? Don't you want any bananas then? B Oh, ha ha.
Sorry, I misunderstood. I thought you said pear, P-E—A—R! B Yes, of course. B You want a pear? Listen and repeat the phrases. Practise the conversation in exercise 10 with a partner. CD Put it all together Work with a partner.
Choose two of the misunderstandings and write a conversation similar to the one in exercise Practise saying your conversations. Do your role play for another pair. I can correct a misunderstanding. Tick I the line. Work with a partner and underline the best option.
Put these headings in order Decide what the group is about. Write some notes, not full sentences, for the six sections. Do you want to change or add anything to your notes?
Drafting and editing 6 Read email B. What changes should he make before he sends his email? Look for mistakes like Warren's. Are you happy to send it now? I enjoy Tai Chi and Yoga. My biggest passion is photography and I love taking photographs of people.
I believe that if you take the picture at the right moment, you can capture their personality. It was my grandfather's, and he gave it to me when I was ten. I work for a Japanese company which makes cameras for people who work in the film industry. My biggest passion is photography and film and I love going to the cinema. I believe that a good film can be made better if the people who do the filming know a lot about photography too.
Warren I can write a self-introduction. Unit 1 Review Grammar I 1 Subject questions and object questions Write questions about the missing information. Tracey thinks A? Warren visited 7 yesterday. I hope it tastes OK! One picture ,. I 8 know. S The brother of my husband. Write sentences for the pictures. No, I meant a pot of tea. A Pardon? I don't understand. A Can I have a pot of tea, please? B Ah, I misunderstood. Sorry about that. B I'm sorry, we don't sell food. B We don't sell cheese.
He and his family are Muslims and they live in the Atlas mountain region. In this picture, we see him in front of the white walls of the village mosque. He's wearing the traditional blue cloth of his people. How to talk about your background G the before geographical names Vocabulary people and places 1 Work with a partner and match these names with the three categories.
Which photo is it about? Complete the information. Guess at least two pieces of People and places information for the other people. Underline the words which helped you. This picture shows a woman standing beside Lake Titicaca in Bolivia. She's wearing a traditional black hat and carrying a brightly coloured cloth bag. The Aymara people have their own language, called Aymara. Were your guesses correct in exercise 4? Find one extra piece of information for each photo. Grammar the before geographical names 8 Write these names in the grammar box.
Lake Titicaca is in , ,the Andes mountains. Atlas Mountains are north of j , Sahara Desert. Britain is also called. United Kingdom. How are the letters in green ' 33" pronounced? Say them with a partner. I speak English and Gaelic.
They live in Georgia. I enjoy motor racing and I write articles for a car magazine. Close your book. What do you remember about Gerry? CD Put it all together 14 Write notes about yourself and your background. Tell the others in your group about your background. Use your notes to help you.
I can talk about my background. In the past, only business people and students could getvisas to visit the UK, and 15 people hardly ever visited as tourists. But the visa rules have changed. Now, Chinese tourists are allowed to travel to Britain in groups.
Also, the Chinese economy is strong and airlines are introducing more 20 direct flights from China to Britain.
This is all good news for British tourism. Lai Gaik Ung Polain, a tour guide, agrees. Most tourists them to see the famous tourist attractions in London enjoy food from home when they are abroad.
Shopping 35 and the south east of the country such as Buckingham is important, too. They often buy presents for family ' at Chinese, they call it Da 55 and friends. How to talk about tourism G adverbs of frequency P adverbs offrequencyv A A Read a newspaper article 8 9 Pronunciation Say the rhyme. Compare 10 Read the sentences in exercises 4 and 7 and answer the your list with a partner.
Make a 2 the auxlhary Verb be-7 list with your partner. Compare with another pair. Find examples of the 11 Add adverbs of frequency to these sentences to make things in exercise 1. Compare your ideas with a partner. Tourists hardly ever visit my home town. They usually prefer to go to the coast. C Listen for detail 5 Answer the questions with a partner. Find three reasons in the text. For each country there are three clues.
After each clue, work with a partner and discuss which countries you think it could be. Audio First clue - When people think of this country, they usually think of mountains Example A I think this is in Europe — maybe Austria? B Yeah, it could be, or Switzerland. What type of information do you hear about each country? Choose from the topics in exercise 1. Example Country 1: Grammar adverbs of frequency 14 Work with a partner. Think of three countries and make a list of typical images of them.
Use the topics in exercise 1 to help you. Give them clues about your three countries. Try to guess the other pair's countries. Make notes about some of the topics in exercise 1.
The action hardly eve, Stops 17 Tell. Listen and say They l want to miss the Shops which topics from exercise 1 they tell you about. At each end of the handle, there are metal plates. The whole This item is made of wood and it looks like the letter T thing looks like a ca ital D. The for mashing vegeta les, especiallu otatoes. It is also used for sitting on, lilee a stool. There is a piece of rope tied around the part of the le. The top part is covered with silver, and there a metal V ' 7,; tube inswle the container.
How to describe objects v words and phrases for describing objects P stress of prepositions Read for detail. Think of as many words as you can to continue these lists. Say or guess what the things are with a partner.
Try to use some of your words from exercise 1 to describe them. Fishing Floats: Baseball Glove l: Guess the general meaning, then check in your dictionary. Match the sentences with photos a—l. Decide with a partner. It's a glove. It looks like a glove.
It's used for carrying water. It's a water carrier. Notice how the preposition sounds different in A and B. A end of sentence stressed B middle of sentence unstressed What's it used for?
What's it used as? It's made of metal. Point and ask about the objects in the photos in Pieces in a Mriscuni. Example A What's this made of? B It's made of wood. Listen to a description of an object You will hear a conversation between two friends, Elaine and Nilson. Nilson is from Brazil and he tells Elaine about photo b opposite. Work with a partner and write six words you think you will hear in the conversation. Example cup 2C.
Answer the questions. Work in pairs. Write notes to answer the questions. Ask about your partner's object. Use the questions from exercise Do you know what the object is? C Put it all together Work in groups.
Take turns to choose an object. The other students ask questions to guess which object it is. I can describe objects.
Tick J the line. We went to a restaurant in the evening, and my new friends explained to me how to use chopsticks. It was difficult at first, but after some practice, I was using them really well and I didn't need to ask for a fork.
I was feeling quite pleased with myself. Then the problems started. I took out a tissue, turned away from the table and quietly blew my nose. I noticed a person at the next table was looking at me strangely When I turned to my friends again, they looked away. Something was wrong. Anyway, the moment passed and the conversation started again.
The person I knew best in the group was sitting next to me, and a bit later I quietly asked him if there was something wrong. The next time I needed to blow my nose, I decided to leave the table and go to the toilet. I didn't know where to put my chopsticks, so I stuck them in my bowl of rice. Just leave them on the table. That was my second mistake of the evening, and I wanted it to be the last.
When I returned from the toilet, it was nearly time to leave. I noticed there were some little bowls of tea with lemon next to everybodys place on the table. It was hot, and I started drinking it before it got cold. Then I noticed some of my friends were covering their mouths and looking at each other. They were trying not to laugh. For a moment. I didn't know whether to laugh or cry. But in the end I started laughing, and little by little everybody else started laughing.
Finally, we were all crying with laughter. What differences did you notice? Example Ivisited Palermo last year. The buses were a different colour and the water tasted different.
Work with a partner and guess how the story will continue. Were your guesses in exercise 3 correct? What events do the photos show? Put them in order. Underline the correct words in the rules below. Decide which is the best tense for the verbs — past simple or past continuous. I sit1 on a busy underground train one day, and I read? She wear4 dark glasses and a hat.
I stand5 up to offer her my seat. When she sit5 down, I notice7 she have8 big shoulders. Then I see9 she had a beard. A police officer run15 after her. Or him! Look at the phrases in Time expressions opposite. Find and underline them in Culture Shock. Work with a partner. Add one time expression to each sentence in the story below. Practise telling the story. I lived in Spain. I didn't go out because I had a cold.
I was feeling better. Some friends invited me out to eat. We met at ten and went to a bar. What extra facts do you hear? Example Linda was studying Spanish. Do you remember or can you guess who says these words and noises — Linda or the listener? Put them in the correct box. Vlfhat do the listener words and noises mean? Make notes about it. Here are some ideas and questions to help you. How did it start? Who were you with? How did you feel? Tell your anecdote to a partner.
Listen to your partner's story and make listening noises to show you're interested. I can tell an anecdote. I i Tick I the line. A Vocabulary review Organize your writing: Underline the correct option.
In Brazil, when we Last year I went abroad for the first think of Britain, we often think of pubs Paragraph 2 where I was when the event happened as typical places, so I decided to find one. I waited for a few result what things are for minutes, but nobody came to serve me. While I was waiting, I noticed that there wasn't any table service and people went to the bar themselves. I went and asked for a cup oftea. The barman filled a small pot with hot water, put a tea bag in it, Get ideas tg write about and then put the pot and a cup on a tray.
I asked for some milk and sugar and he pointed to a small table in a corner of the room. I picked up the tray, took it to my table.
Talk about intercultural went to get the milk and sugar. Choose the best story and write notes next to some of the headings in exercise 6. Do you need to add more information? If there is no information intercultural experience, Remember to use paragraphs in the text, write doesn't say. It was raining. Doesn't say Monica has travelled in foreign countries a lot. She went to the pub at lunchtime. She watched other people.
The barman gave her some milk and sugar. Are the context, main event, and result clear? Unit 2 Review Grammar the before geographical names Write the or nothing in the gaps.
Adverbs of frequency Put the words in order to make sentences. Then change the sentences to make them true for you. Use the words given. The table top was plastic to protect it. This box was keeping jewellery in. At one time, these knives were money. It a book, but in fact it's a box.
The brush handle is wood. A stool is a chair with no backrest. A bit 5 in the 5 , I decided to make dinner on my small gas cooker. I put some powdered soup in a pan and 7 added some water. I heated it and 8 it was ready, I started to eat.
However, I forgot to switch off the gas. In the 10 I had to pack up and leave that place. Bernadette used to sit at the front of the class, and she was perfect. She was the teacher's pet, and she always got the correct answers.
She was top of the class and got A grades in all her subjects. I used to love her, secretly. Bernadette was good at everything. She used to sing well in assembly. She played the clarinet and never made mistakes. She was the captain of the hockey team.
She ran around the playing field faster than anyone and she didn't use to get tired or sweat like the rest of us. She was too good to be true. I used to smile at her. I stood by doors and waited for her to pass. I wanted her to see me, but she never even looked. Was I invisible? Did she think she was too good for me? That's what I thought at the time.
But now I know I was completely wrong. I didn't get a reply immediately and I thought that was the end of the story. However, a couple of days later, Bernadette made contact. After exchanging a couple of emails, we decided to meet for coffee. I was really curious to know what she was like now, this girl of my childhood dreams. But when we finally met, she looked completely different from howl remembered.
I couldn't believe that I used to fancy her. We talked a little about what we'd done since leaving school and our lives now. Then we started talking about school, and we laughed together over our memories of those days. I was enjoying the conversation and I confessed that I used to love her.
I thought she would laugh, but Instead, she said something which completely changed the way I see my schooldays. School subjects History, Maths Things in the classroom blackboard Events in the school day and year break Places in school playground 3 Read Bernadette opposite.
Choose the best description. Are a and b true or false? Rules We can choose used to instead of past simple to I talk about single actions in the past. I He didn't use to love her. Did she use to sing? I can talk about my schooldays. If you can, write the used to sentence. I used to take the bus to school every day. Look at the pictures of the classroom opposite. How was it different 20 years ago? Example The walls didn't use to be white. They used to be yellow.
ITI Pronunciation rhythm 11 3A. What information from the story is not mentioned in the song? Keep the rhythm. Tick I the topics they talk about. I teachers and pupils El the building: I clubs and extra activities El special events [I the classroom I: Try to remember what they said about each topic. Then listen again and check.
TTCD Put it all together 18 Choose three or more of the topics in exercise 16 and write notes about your memories of school. Talk about your school memories. Which school sounds the best? He has worked hard and achieved a lot this year. I've failed my driving test three times. If you keep trying, you will Succeed in the end. Didyou manage to reach the top of the mountain? She passed her Maths exam with a grade A. III verb [I] to achieve what you want to do: The project was a great success.
The diet was successful and I loslfive kilos. He has arrived in New York this week to speak at the United Nations about the importance of free primary education. Kimani started at primary school last year, when the Kenyan government introduced free primary education. A successful student Kimani is a successful strident. He is only in the second year but he has achieved a lot since he started. He has managed to become head boy of the school this year.
He gives help and advice to the teachers and other pupils in the school. Now he has learnt to write a few words in Swahili. He says he has learnt a lot from the other pupils. Kenya used to be a British colony, and in the , Kimani fought for independence with the Man Mau rebels.
He wants to learn Maths to count his compensation money, he says. He also wants to learn to read the bible.