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Starter

Language Map – SB Question Syllabus

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What’s your name?

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Where are you from?

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What’s this in English?

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Opening greetings Numbers 1-12 Classroom language Classroom objects Familiar words

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What’s your phone number?

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The alphabet

Contraction: I’m

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The A / An Verb Be – I, you, it Contractions: you’re, it’s, isn’t, what’s Verb Be

Introduce a friend

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Name objects in English

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Spell your name Ask for & give personal information

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What’s your e-mail address?

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Spelling e-mails

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Recognize cognates

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What’s your last name?

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Greetings

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Complete a personal info form

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Who’s Natalie Portman?

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Who’s your favorite singer?

Famous people & things – What vs. Who

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Opinion Adjectives Countries & nationalities

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Personal Pronouns – he, she, it Contractions: he’s, she’s Word order – Adjective + Noun

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Talk about preferences Ask & answer about countries & nationalities Express opinions

Is ceviche Mexican?

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Numbers 13-20

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Verb Be – he, she, it

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How old are you?

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Numbers 20-100 +

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Verb Be – I, you, we, they

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Is English a global language?

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How old is Rihanna?

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More familiar words

Ask & answer about people & objects

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Introduce yourself Say the numbers

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Talk about age Say years Complete a form about a classmate

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Read for general comprehension

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Process personal information

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3.1 3.2 3.3

What do you do?

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Jobs & occupations

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Do you have brothers and sisters?

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Family members

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Where do you work?

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Places of work

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A / An + jobs & occupations Plurals Present Simple – I, you Possessive Adjectives Prepositions in, at for places Present Simple

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Ask & answer about jobs Talk about people’s jobs

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Talk about family members

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Ask & answer about places of work

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Ask & answer about family

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Where does your mother work?

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Do you live near here?

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Listen for specific information

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Do you have children?

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Ask & answer personal questions

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What are these in English?

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Are those your books?

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How many students are there in this class?

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Personal objects 1 Personal objects 2

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Singular & Plural Nouns

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Identify objects

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Demonstrative Pronouns

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Say the names of personal objects

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Is there a video camera in your backpack?

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Personal objects 3

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How do you pronounce e-mail in English?

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How many people are there in your house?

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Present Simple – he, she, it

There + Be (Present) Special Plurals In / On There + Be (Present) On (digital media)

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How many

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Agree / Disagree with text Describe objects & quantity

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Compare personal belongings

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Identify specific information

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Talk about quantity

Review 2  p. 48

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Do you drink a lot of coffee?

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What’s your favorite food?

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More food & drinks

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Present Simple Review

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What do you usually do on the weekend?

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Meals, food & drinks Silent letters

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Days of the week Weekend activities

Do you like soccer?

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Do you eat a lot of fast food?

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Anything to drink?

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Frequency Adverbs On + days Possessive ’s Object Pronouns

Fast food

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Express opinions about food & drinks Talk about eating habits Make a list of food & drinks Do a class survey Compare weekend activities Ask & answer about weekend activities Guess classmates’ possessions Ask & answer about food & people

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Compare opinions about food

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Order food at a snack bar

Review 3  p. 60 Grammar  p. 62

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ID Café  p. 72

Writing  p. 77

Pronunciation p. 80

Audio Script p. 82

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Level 1

ID Language Map Question Syllabus

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1.1

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Are you an excellent actor?

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How do you spell your last name? Are these your glasses?

1.4 1.5

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Audio / Video / Pron.

Verb Be – Present ³ Subject Pronouns – I, you, he, she, it ³

Adjectives (opinion) The alphabet ³ Numbers 11-100 Personal objects (singular & plural)

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Colors Adjectives (opposites) ³ More adjectives ³

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What’s your full name?

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How are you?

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When do you get up?

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What do you do in the mornings?

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Do you use your cell phone a lot?

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2.3

2.5

Countries & nationalities

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A / an Position of adjectives Verb Be – Wh questions Demonstrative Pronouns

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The Alphabet

First name / last name Making a hotel reservation

Possessive Adjectives

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2.2

2.4

Grammar

Are you American?

1.2 1.3

Vocabulary

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Who do you live with?

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ID Café 1 – An Excellent Reunion

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Numbers / Flight times

Greetings Go (to) + places in town Days of the week Morning routine Time phrases

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At / on (time)

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Present Simple

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Present Simple

Family members Cell phone uses

Who, Where, What

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How old are you?

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How old...? How often...?

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How do you celebrate your birthday?

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Birthday activities

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What’s the weather like?

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Weather & temperature

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Are you busy at the moment?

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Question intonation / Silent E Talking about some photos

Frequency Adverbs ³

ID Café 2 – The Critic

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Weather report

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Ad

Review 1 – p. 26

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3.1 3.2

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What are you doing?

3.3 3.4

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What are you doing tomorrow night?

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Why are you learning English?

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Months & seasons Daily actions Everyday activities Occupations Weather Future time phrases Need / want / have to

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It’s raining vs. It’s rainy

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Present Continuous

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Present Simple vs. Present Continuous

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Present Continuous for future

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3.5

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4.1 4.2 4.3 4.4 4.5

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Are you thirsty?

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Adjectives (feelings)

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Do you like tennis?

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Sports

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Can you drive a tractor?

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What are you wearing?

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Obligation Prepositions to, for

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Informal English

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ID Café 3 – Storm Tracker

Abilities

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Can

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Job interview

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Clothes & accessories

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Can

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Obama’s speech

Is your closet organized?

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More clothes & accessories

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Possessive Pronouns

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An interview

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Do you like salons?

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Spa facilities

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What shoe size are you?

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Clothes sizes

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Punctuation

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ID Café 4 – Whose Action Hero?

/ Short Answers

Review 2 – p. 48

5

5.1 5.2 5.3 5.4

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Is there a mall on your street?

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Do you like watching TV?

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What do you like doing on vacation?

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Do you have a cat?

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What’s a staycation?

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Do you live near here?

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Public places

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Free time activities Adjectives (describing places)

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There + Be (Present) Love / like / not mind / hate + verb + -ing Too / either vs. also

Household chores Vacation / free time activities Types of vacation Instructions

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Imperatives Object Pronouns

Sentence stress Ad for a show

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Phone message

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ID Café 5 – Miss GPS

Word formation

5.5 Review 3 – p. 60

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Speaking & Skills

Reading / Writing

Introducing yourself & greetings ³ Asking & answering about nationalities ³

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Common Mistakes Box ³

Giving opinions

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Verb Be – word order to form questions Word order – Adjectives

R Box & World of English ³

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Spelling your name Asking for & giving personal information Talking about possessions Describing an object

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Completing a form

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Meeting people & social interaction

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Talking about how people use cell phones

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A / an The most common letters in English

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This vs. these

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Your vs. Her vs. His

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Prepositions

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On / at

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3rd person S

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Then = After that

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False cognates

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Syllable stress

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Question intonation / Silent E

Personal information: form

Describing routine Telling the time Talking about morning routine Sleeping habits

Suffixes for nationalities

The World Sleeps: fact box

How do your friends and relatives use their cell phones?: magazine ³ Writing p. 148 ³

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Talking about family members

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An Informal Profile

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Auxiliary verbs – Do / Does

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Processing personal information

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Ginny Lomond: interview

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Saying the age

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Expressions for celebrating

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Prepositions

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Talking about the weather

Review 1 – p. 26 ³

Talk about the weather

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Talking about seasons & months Describing what’s happening

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Asking & answering about occupation Contrasting what people are doing to what they usually do

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Talking about future arrangements

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Four seasons or two? Encyclopedia

Subject + verb Be / months (Capital letter) ³ Present Continuous ³

Storm Chasers: TV guide

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Analyzing your English

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Making offers

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Why are you learning English? A Language Profile Writing p. 149

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Talking about sports / the Olympics

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Phone phrases

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Questions for occupations

Present Continuous for future Prepositions Prepositions Prepositions Making offers Definite article

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Talking about abilities

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Ten Keys to Success: website

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Sequence of adverbs

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Talking about other people’s abilities Describing what people are wearing Talking about how people organize / share their closets

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Reading for details

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Shopping for clothes

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Is it impossible for two people to share closet space?

Special letters: S & Y It’s raining now vs. It's usually rainy

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Clothes (wear / countability)

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Possessive Whose

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All Yours!: ad

Pronunciation of the American English vs. British English More abilities Suffixes -tion / -sion Some words have more than one meaning – Can Same sounds vs. Different meanings Mine / Whose

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Suffixes -ist / -ique

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Sizes of clothes

Review 2 – p. 48 ³

Talking about public facilities

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A City Brochure

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Describing a neighborhood / town Talking about free-time activities

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Come to Markville!: brochure Writing p. 150

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Bookstore vs. library There be vs. have

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Understanding instructions

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Asking for / giving directions

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Yoga Rica! & Oceans of Peace!: tourist brochure

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Cognates – easy words to be recognized Similar grammar items – ex, superlative

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Different uses of like

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New words in English

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Use mime and gesture to express yourself

Enjoy + verb + ing Object pronouns: him / her

Vacations for less!: information leaflet ³

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Like / hate / not mind / + verb + -ing

Saying what you like doing Comparing free time activities tastes Leaving a message for a house-sitter Expressing preferences about vacations

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Embedded questions

Review 3 – p. 60

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ID Language Map Question Syllabus

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6.1

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6.2

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6.3

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6.4

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6.5

Do you live in an apartment?

Vocabulary ³ ³

Where were you last night?

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How was your last New Year’s Eve?

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Were there trams in your city?

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Grammar

Rooms in a house Furniture

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Party items Past time expressions Celebrations Saying years

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Recycle places in town

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Do you enjoy the Oscars?

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Special events

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How about a BBQ on Sunday?

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Types of parties

Audio / Video / Pron.

There + Be (Past) Verb Be (Past) Recycle past forms of Be Prepositions of place Prepositions of place There Be (Present vs. Past)

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Description of a house

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ID Café 6 – House Rules

Review 4 – p. 72

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When did you start school?

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Biography

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Past Simple

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What did you do last weekend?

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Recycle saying years

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Past Simple

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Where did you go last vacation?

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Dates & ordinal numbers

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7.1 7.2 7.3

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When do you listen to music?

7.4

7.5

Recycle routine verbs Sounding impressed ³ Music ³

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8.1

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Can I use your phone?

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Could you help me, please?

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Past Simple Prepositions Subject vs. Object Questions

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An interview about a bad travel experience

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Elision did_you

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What rapper Jay-Z did yesterday

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ID Café 7 – The Favor

Phone phrases ³

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What do you have in your fridge?

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Food & drink

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Are you on a diet at the moment?

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Portions of food

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How often do you eat chocolate?

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8.2 8.3 8.4

irregular

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regular

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How much meat do you eat?

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Are you hungry?

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What would you like for lunch?

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A couple talking about what they have in their fridge

Countable vs. Uncountable Nouns ³ Quantifiers (some / any) ³

Nutrition facts Large numbers

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Recycle nutrition facts

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Can / Could Will (unplanned responses)

Alliteration

Quantifiers “a lot of ”, “a few” & “a little”. How much vs. How many Recycle Quantifiers

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Make vs. Do

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I like vs. I’d like

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A dialog about nutritional values

How much do you know about what you eat?

8.5 ³

ID Café 8 – Party Planners

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Occupations

Review 5 – p. 94

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How did you get here today?

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Means of transportation What do you do? / Jobs

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How do / did you get to…? Suffixes for jobs

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What’s your occupation?

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More jobs

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Wh questions about jobs

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An unusual commute

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Where are you going to be in 2022?

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Future plans

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(Be) Going to

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A couple talking about their future

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What are you going to do next year?

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Life changes

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Four phone messages

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Would you like to be a nurse?

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Jobs of the future

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Do you mind if I borrow your pen?

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Borrow / lend

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ID Café 9 – The Sky’s the Limit

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Do you look like your mom?

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9.2

Going to vs. Present Continuous for plans Comparatives

9.5

10

10.1 Are you like your dad?

The body & face ³ Adjectives (appearance)

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Comparatives

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Description of twin sisters

Personality adjectives

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Superlatives

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Which type are you?

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Geographical features

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Comparatives & Superlatives

What’s your blood type?

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More parts of the body

Is your English better than a year ago?

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Adjectives

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ID Café 10 – Geminis

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What’s the prettiest city you know?

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What’s the best place in the world?

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10.4

10.5

Science class about body parts A TV assistant talking about body parts ³ Description of a suspect ³

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10.2

People’s descriptions Adjectives (character)

Irregular plural forms ³ What does he look like? ³

Recycle Comparatives & Superlatives

Review 6 – p. 116

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Speaking & Skills ³

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Talking about rooms & furniture in a house

Reading / Writing ³

Tiny houses

Describing a party you went to Interviewing a partner about their past Talking about a memorable party Describing positions of objects

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Comparing your town back then & now

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Predicting from context

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Making invitations

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Common Mistakes Box ³

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R Box & World of English

There + Be (Past)

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I’ve got = I have

Word order – verb Be

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Talk about past times

The millennium celebration: website

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Lasso Lake—Back Then and Now! blog

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Past Simple – time expressions

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Going vs. to go

Saying years as numbers Prepositions

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Use of one: to avoid unnecessary repetition

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Silent vowels

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Irregular verbs – Simple Past

Dream tickets: report Invitations

Review 4 – p. 72 ³

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Talking about past events

Telling a famous musician’s bio

Asking & answering about your last vacation Saying when people were born

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“I told you I was trouble”: biography A bad travel experience? Not really!: interview A Biography Writing p. 151

Understanding & telling a story

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Asking for favors

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Past Simple – Be born Past Simple – Negative ³ Prepositions ³ ³

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Past Simple – go

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Talking about past routine Asking & answering about cultural facts

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Past Simple – Be born Prepositions ³ Definite article ³

Past Simple

Could + verb Do vs. Make

Talking about what you have in your fridge

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Talking about portions of food Talking about your own diet Saying large numbers Talking about your attitude to food

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A little chocolate goes a long way: blog

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Countable vs. Uncountable Quantifiers Numbers

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Countable and Uncountable Use of some and any

A little / a few / a lot of A little vs. A few ³ How to say numbers in English

Top Toppings: menu

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The schwa sound /Ǩ/ American vs. British pronunciation: letters T & R

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Can / could Will + verb

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Asking & answering about quantities Talking about eating habits & lifestyle Scanning a menu

How to say dates Ordinal numbers

Ordering food

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Use of how much / how many with uncountable nouns Alliteration Make vs. Do Order food in a restaurant

Review 5 – p. 94 ³ ³

Talking about how you get to places Talking about your occupation

Talking about unusual habits / ways to commute to work ³ Talk about jobs / occupations ³

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Talking about future plans / predictions

Prepositions Jobs ³ Indefinite article ³

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An unusual commute: magazine The Future?: website

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Make / Earn money Indefinite article ³ Preposition ³

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Talking about plans & intentions Talking about New Year’s resolutions

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Looking for connections

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Asking for permission

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The best jobs for the future: article ³ Writing p. 152 ³

Talking about parts of the body & face ³ Describing people’s appearance ³ ³

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Expressing opinion about an athlete Comparing appearance & personality Describing personality & places Talking about the wonders of nature Talking about travel ambitions

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Understanding facts

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Making choices

(Be) Going to Gonna + verb

Alex James’ Blog A Blog Reply

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An extraordinary athlete: article Which type are you?: website

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Different measures

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Gonna = going to

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Present Continuous for future arrangements

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Irregular comparatives

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Verb get I came back vs. I went back ³ Suffixes for professions

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Borrow vs. Lend

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Appearance: Look like vs. Verb Be

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Irregular plural of body parts

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Comparatives

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Two uses of so

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Superlatives ³

Word stress

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More adjectives

The new seven wonders of nature: website ³ A Holiday Message ³ Writing p. 153 ³

Review 6 – p. 116

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Level 2

ID Language Map Question Syllabus

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Vocabulary ³

Life priorities

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The senses + verbs & adjectives

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1.2 1.3

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1.4 ³

1.5

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What’s really important in life?

2.1

What’s your favorite item of clothing?

What’s your favorite ad? What should you do when you have a headache?

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Common illnesses

Will there be TV in 2030?

Do you want me to turn on the light? ³ Where do you get your news from?

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2.2 ³

2.3

What were you doing at 8 o’clock last night? Are you afraid of lightning?

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News media

Grammar Verb + infinitive (have to / need to / want to) ³ Verb + gerund (enjoy / mind) ³ Both (love / like / start) ³

Speaking & Skills Talking about life priorities ³ Creating a personal profile ³

Talking about & aspects of life & working from home ³ Talking about your favorite sensations & experiences ³ Promoting a product ³ Writing an ad ³ Giving advice ³ Making suggestions ³ Agreeing & disagreeing ³

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Will for predictions / unplanned decisions / future plans

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Should

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There will be

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Giving advice & making predictions

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Reflexive pronouns

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Offering, accepting & refusing help

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In / On (news media)

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Talking about the media you use Talking about different types of news stories ³ Answering a news survey ³ Talking about global problems ³ Describing photos using the Past Continuous ³

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Global problems

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Natural phenomena

Present Continuous / Past Continuous / Past Simple ³ State vs. action verbs ³

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2.4

What were you doing when you heard about 9/11?

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Past Continuous vs. Past Simple

Describing TV shows Talking about the scariest natural phenomena

Asking & answering about particular moments in the past Talking about dramatic interruptions ³ Reacting to news ³

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What do you have in your pockets? Are you a good listener?

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Expressions to show you are listening

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Traveling expressions

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Telling a story

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Telling travel stories Comparing feelings about traveling

Review 1 ³

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3.1

Do you get stressed when traveling?

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Have you ever been to Australia?

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Past Participle verbs

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Present Perfect for past experiences

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Talking about past experiences

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Have you visited London yet?

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Travel tips

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Present Perfect for completed actions (already, just, yet)

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Listing ten things to do before you die

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Points & periods in time

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Present Perfect (for, since) Unfinished past

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Talking about unfinished events

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Have we really been to the moon? How much personal information do you have online?

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Were you a spoiled child?

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Did you use to like school?

Word formation

Finding relevant information Asking & answering personal questions ³ Reacting to unexpected information ³ Clarifying meaning ³ Talking about childhood ³ ³

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Childhood Personality Do vs. make

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Did you use to wear a school uniform? Are you as tall as your parents?

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Have you ever had a pet? Which animal makes the best pet?

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What do you like to study?

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4.5

How long have you had that hairstyle?

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Used to vs. Past Simple

Talking about childhood habits Telling stories about childhood

Talking about past habits Talking about childhood memories ³ Making comparisons ³ Talking about tweets ³ Talking about pets ³ Making recommendations ³ ³

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Adjectives

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School subjects

Comparatives / superlatives / as… as… ³ So / but ³ Prepositions + -ing

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Talking about school / college life & choosing a course Talking about life choices ³ Talking about class activities ³ Talking about rules where you live ³

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What do you have to do to learn English well?

Why do people drop out of school?

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Class activities

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Modals of obligation & prohibition

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Phrasal verbs

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Too / Enough, Too much / Too many

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Zero & First Conditionals

Talking about best friends Talking about your workplace ³ Making suggestions to your boss / school principal

What will you do when you pass this course?

How do you prefer to communicate with people? ³ Do you often take risks?

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Giving tips about school Talking about dropping out of school

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Pronouns & referencing

Warning phrases

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Comparing generations

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Making warnings & promises

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Reading / Writing

Life in 10 seconds ³ Messages for Jenny

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Five ads

Five extracts Ads ³ Common illnesses ³ Should

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ID Café 1 – Old School Offering help

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How do you get your news? News stories & genres

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Which shows were they watching? ³ Natural phenomena ³ Past Continuous vs. Past Simple ³ Jane’s story

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Sight & hearing verbs

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Going to vs. will

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Silent letters & linking of sounds in connected speech

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Future form of there is / there are = There will be

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Reflexive pronouns

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On + electronic devices & digital media In + paper items

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Will + bare infinitive

Advice (uncountable) Should + bare infinitive ³ Going to vs. will ³ When + Present Simple + will + verb ³

I can’t believe they said that! Write a piece of advice

Global problems Past Continuous

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R Box & World of English Verb + to + infinitive (want to, need to) ³ Verb + -ing (enjoy, mind) ³ Verbs + to / -ing (love, like, start) ³

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Do you want to work or study from home?

Ads of the month Write a short ad ³ Letters to Lori

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Common Mistakes Box Enjoy + -ing ³ Studying is very important to me. ³ Have to + infinitive ³ Want to + infinitive ³ Look at vs. watch vs. see ³

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TV guide

Piece of news (uncountable) Lose vs. waste ³ The news is really interesting today. ³ Past Continuous, Subject-verb agreement ³ Past Simple vs. Past Continuous ³ Get together vs. reunion vs. meeting

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What were you doing when…?

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Strange things happen! Write a blog

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Stative verbs vs. action verbs A few verbs can be both states & actions Expressing words you don’t know Spelling of ou

Past Continuous vs. Past Simple

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Light a fire (intentional) vs. catch a fire (accidental) Be on fire

ID Café 2 – Nature Boy & Natural Woman ³ Being a good listener ³

Review 1 Seven extracts from Vic’s vacation ³ Quiz ³ Talking about Cathy ³ Present Perfect – past experiences ³ Lisa & Meg in London ³ Which activities haven’t they done? ³

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Interviews with Rita & Tina

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What’s your level of travel stress?

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How to travel together without killing each other!

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The gap year: a waste of time or the time of your life?

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Have we really been there?

Past Simple for complete actions Present Perfect for past experiences

It depends on your budget. Present Perfect for completed actions ³ She hasn’t called me yet. ³ We’ve already worked together. ³ Lose vs. waste ³ I have studied English since last year. ³ How long have you lived in Texas?

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Two conversations

Listening about Julia Vinyl or digital? ³ (not) as ... as

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Been vs. gone

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Have as an auxiliary verb vs. have as a main verb

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Latin words that appear in English Suffixes & prefixes

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ID Café 3 – Under the Moon ³ Two conversations Word stress – adjectives

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What kind of child were you? Were you a weird kid?

Meet vs. know How old were you? ³ To be + age + years old ³ I don’t make a lot of mistakes when I speak. ³

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Suffixes are unstressed

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Usually vs. use to I usually listen to MP3s. ³ Twitter, hashtag, trending ³ Comparatives / superlatives / as … as ³

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Love / like / hate + to or -ing Enjoy / don’t mind + -ing

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I only packed a small bag.

Do vs. make Make somebody do something ³ Different ways to express “approximately” ³ Because, cos, coz, cuz, cause ³ ³

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#Vinylsucks or #Lovelps?

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Weird Sophie

So / but Verb + -ing after prepositions & certain verbs ³ Stressed vs. unstressed words ³

ID Café 4 – Animal Instincts ³ Making recommendations ³ Stressed / unstressed words ³

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Review 2 Possessive ³ I have a bachelor’s degree in History.

School subjects ³ Listen to a student

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Suffix -ology Suffix -ics Stress in words with suffix ³ Have to vs. must to express obligation ³ Can’t to express prohibition ³ ³ ³

Class activities Mark & Candy ³ Modals ³

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Zero & First conditionals Order the dialog

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Zack’s e-mail

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ID Café 5 – Man and Cyberman!

List five things you have to do & five things you can’t do

How to pass! Top tips from our students ³ List five tips ³

Best friends forever? Are you worried about losing your best employees? Here are the best ways to keep them. ³ Akil’s blog: Good communication –or not!

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How long do we have? I haven’t done my homework. ³ He doesn’t have to work today. ³ You can’t do that here! ³ Assist / come to vs. attend ³ Miss vs. lose ³ I have a lot of friends. ³ I’m not tall enough. ³ If I go on vacation, I’ll buy you a souvenir. ³ ³

Write a warning & a promise

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Expressions for warnings

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Grammar

Speaking & Skills

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Have you ever been to Florida?

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Leisure time activities

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Go + -ing

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Would you like to try hang gliding?

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Verbs of movement

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Prepositions & adverbs Compound nouns

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Verb + gerund

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Do you feel like going out tonight?

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Prepositions of movement

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Talking about leisure time activities ³ Talking about vacation

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What do you enjoy doing on your birthday?

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Sports vocabulary Phrasal verbs

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Verb + infinitive or + -ing

Have you ever done a bungee jump? Would you rather travel to the U.S. or the UK?

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How often do you go to the movies?

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Movie genres

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What are you really into?

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Like phrases

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Would rather / prefer

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Talking about dangerous sports Asking & answering personal questions Doing a class survey Expressing likes & dislikes Describing sports Replying to invitations

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Talking about extreme sports

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Expressing preferences Talking about difficult decisions

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Any / every / no / some

Describing & guessing the movie

Talking about movies Talking about fans & idols ³ Talking about obsession ³ ³

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Have you ever collected anything?

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Who was the iPad created by?

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Numbers & fractions

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So & such

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Passive Voice – Present & Past

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Talking about piracy Creating a trivia quiz

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Are you into reality TV?

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Are you a good singer?

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How much technology do you use?

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Pausing devices

Technology

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Talking about reality TV

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Giving opinions

Present Participle Adjectives

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Creating new inventions

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Pronouns in phrasal verbs

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Conversation between man & machine

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Future forms 1

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Talking about predictions

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Future forms 2

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How often do you charge up your cell phone?

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Phrasal verbs

In the future, will space vacations be popular?

Is technology making us stupid?

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False cognates

Talking about conversation habits Role-playing future situations Talking about personality types ³ Talking about fortune-telling ³ ³

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Do you believe in fortune-telling?

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Will you ever get married?

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Expressions for certainty & doubt

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What do you think of marriage?

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Wedding words

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Reduced sentences

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Making predictions

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Talking about marriage & weddings Comparing weddings

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Do you get bored easily?

If you had three wishes, what would you wish for? ³ Do you like to perform in front of people? ³ How do you get on with your siblings? ³ If you had no money, what would you do?

Romance Intensifiers

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How often do you check your Facebook page?

Performers

Second Conditional

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Probability – may, might, could, must, can’t + be

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Birth order

Causes & symptoms of stress Word formation – over- / under³ Lifestyle changes

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Do you enjoy reading in English? Are you similar to most of your friends?

Talking about unreal situations

Talking about performers Talking about celebrity gossip ³ Talking about siblings ³ Giving advice ³

Talking about stress causes Talking about ways to cope with stress ³ Talking about lifestyle changes ³ Describing vacation photos using relative pronouns ³ Talking about a movie ³ Comparing attitudes towards money ³ Talking about school reunions ³ Chatting with an old friend ³

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Relative pronouns

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Questions review What vs. Which How + Adjective / Adverb

Money Alternative lifestyles ³ ³

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Talking about romance Comparing feelings

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-ed & -ing adjectives

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10.5

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Are you under much pressure right now? ³ Would you like to change anything 10.2 in your life? ³ What’s your attitude towards money?

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Be vs. get

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Reading faster Describing people & things

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What did tourists do in Florida?

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Verbs of movement Pronunciation of each sport

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Verb patterns

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Six items to play the game

Reading / Writing

Dictation Charity Challenge – Five crazy extreme sports! ³ Writing nouns & gerunds ³ ³

Writing simple instructions Laura’s e-mail ³ Writing your own reply to Laura ³ All radical blog ³ ³

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ID Café 6 – Brains vs. Brawn Expressing Preferences

Common Mistakes Box

R Box & World of English

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Let’s go clubbing. ³ Yesterday I went running with some friends.

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Verbs used with or without go ³ Go + -ing ³ Would + verb to express imaginary situations ³ Dived into the water (prepositional phrase) / ³ Prepositional phrase ³ dived in (adverb) Adverbs ³ Compound words ³ I can’t stand swimming. ³ We adore playing basketball. ³ Before going to school, I had a shower. ³ I looked up the word in the dictionary. ³ Phrasal verbs can be separable or inseparable ³ Emoticons ³ Catch / hit / shoot / kick ³ I decided to do something. ³ Don’t forget to call. ³ Informal expressions: wuss / screw up ³

I prefer to eat eggs. I’d like to drive. ³ Would you prefer to watch TV?

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Would + infinitive I like to vs. I’d like + to + verb

Review 4 Word stress ³ Movies ³ Creature from the Black Lagoon ³

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Great movies

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I think most men enjoy action movies.

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What? Obsessive? Me?

I’m a big fan of action movies. I’m really into going to the movies. ³ Don’t use “such a” with plural or noncount nouns

The suffixes -or, -er, -ure, -ive, -y are never stressed Watching movies with subtitles in English

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Ten obsessive fans So & such

’s or s’ to show possession Without the ’s the name becomes an adjective I’m not a Coldplay fan. ³ Use dot (not comma) with decimals ³ In U.S. English, you can omit and between numbers ³ In fractions, the second number is ordinal ³ After numbers, use hundred, thousand, million & billion in the singular ³ Silent E in -ed endings ³ Regular & irregular verbs ³ Tips to improve fluency in a monologue ³ ³ ³

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Infographic Weak forms

Two callers ID Café 7 – Sound Tracks ³ Talent show ³ Technology, word stress ³

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Online piracy How to write numbers in the infographic

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Your voice

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Thursday

Phrasal verbs Intonation in Yes / No vs. Wh questions

Singular vs. plural in passive voice formation ³ Two billion songs were downloaded illegally last year. ³ Lots of movies are shared illegally every day. ³ Infographic / streamed ³

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I thought the performance was very good.

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I think the story takes place in 2040 / the 21st century.

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Future perfect?

How long have you lived in L.A.? Where was Madonna born?

There will be no more CDs or DVDs in 2020. Computers will be able to read our minds one day. ³ I think so. / I hope not. ³ Success vs. exit ³ Intends vs. pretends

Household equipment & devices Using -ing to describe what things do ³ In compound nouns, stress is on the first word ³ Use self- when no one else is involved ³ The most common phrasal verbs ³ Pronouns in phrasal verbs ³ Intonation at the end of Yes / No & Wh questions ³ ³

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Future forms

ID Café 8 – Back to Your Future Making predictions

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Is technology making us stupid?

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Fortune-telling

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Writing three questions about your future

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Latin-based words & false cognates

Omission of auxiliary verbs, articles & beginning of questions in ads ³ The stressed syllable doesn’t change in adjectives & adverbs ³

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Will I find a better job? Is it going to rain tonight?

Review 5 Wedding planner ³ Michaela & her wedding planner

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A wedding that is up in the air! ³ Jon’s diary ³

Second Conditional

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Are you the jealous kind?

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Celebrity rivalry!

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Birth order and you

Performers Probability ³ Birth order ³ ID Café 9 – Green-Eyed Monsters ³ Giving advice ³

Causes & symptoms of stress Relieving stress ³ Relative pronouns

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Is this you? Do you need to “turn your life around”?

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Movie review

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Dictation Simulating a chat

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Dr. Marshall’s tips ID Café 10 – The Dog Days of August

You’d better listen. If I were you, I’d go to the party. ³ My mom made me clean my room. ³ I have a lot of pressure to succeed. ³ I pay for things with a credit card. ³ Relative Pronouns which / that ³ Are you the person who / that works here? ³ If I get another job, I can earn more money. ³ I have 50 dollars, but I won’t spend it yet. ³ How many people were there? ³ How often do you eat pizza? ³ Where did you go? ³ How long have you lived here? ³ Use abbreviations and don’t use upper case letters. (ur = you are)

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The subjunctive (If I were you, I’d…)

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Underpaid, overworked, oversleep, overeat, underachieve, lack of respect

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Money What’s a freegan? ³ Reunion ³ How + adjectives / adverbs – question stress

I’m interested in science, but today’s class was boring. ³ I’m really excited. I’m going to be an aunt. ³ If I saw him, I would tell him. ³ What would you do if you were rich? ³ He could / might / may be tired. ³ Do you think they’re German? ³

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Be + adjective is a state Get + adjective means “become” (get tired of) ³ To talk about relationships, use get (get married) ³ Boring vs. bored ³ Intensifiers ³ Recognizing adverbs ³ Choosing the right conditional: zero, first & second ³ Modal verbs express different degrees of certainty ³ ³

Participle adjectives Jon’s diary

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How to be a better reader

Omitting the relative pronoun (She’s the lady I met yesterday.) ³ When you’re listening, concentrate on general meaning, not specific words ³

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Relative Pronouns which / what

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What fruits do you like? Which apple would you like? The red one or the green one?

Tips to help you read in English To avoid repetition, use one & ones

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