To claim means to say thatsomething is true, even if other people do notbelieve it. I hate the idea of notbeing able to see very far ahead! Goldie Hawn photo 3 and Kate Hudson photo 8 are mother and daughter. Speaker 2 lives in the countryside and is happywith it. Photo 4 is a photography exhibition. Can you meet me at the port inone hour? Keyc3 Remind students that clues to the answers mightbe before or after the gap.
Whatever he thinks, he says — andsometimes, people get offended. A Have you any idea? Key wordscould include: top, climbing, high. It is very important that you tell your studentswhich access option you want to use. Eventually, the school had to close and thestudents went home. Each sectioncovers one or more of the five task types and most alsofocus on another aspect of language, e. Wetravelled most of the way by coach — it took us over24 hours. There is a short lead inquestion before students tackle the exam task andsometimes a short exercise based on the vocabularyin the text itself, although students are not encouragedto find out the precise meaning of all the words in thetext.
The flexibility, organisation and additional componentsof the course enable it to be used with studentsstudying several hours a week throughout theacademic year, or with students on shorter, moreintensive courses. There is an assessed authentic answer to this taskon page 6 of the Writing and Speaking AssessmentBooklet. The Vocabulary sections draw on and expand topicor lexico-grammatical vocabulary from the Leadin, Reading or Use of English pages, and encouragestudents to use the vocabulary in context. There are comedians,dancers — and novelty acts. Interviewer So how do you prevent that? Speaker 2I imagine that they might be feeling quite tired.
This givesteachers flexibility in planning lessons and providesvariety for students. Mostof the subjects produced a wide range of laughtertypes. Keya nervous e ifb terrified f ideac imagine g mustd sense h probably5 Students can discuss these points in pairs or smallgroups. Helen She looks beautiful, really beautiful. We stayed at a resort called Cortina. The Listening and Use of English sections give studentsfurther practice in exam task types. The last exercise often invites students to react towhat they have just read.
Keya birds, sheepb cows, elephantsc cards, dogsd bananas, flowersOptional activityTell students to add one or two other nouns toeach list, e. He attended the programme there,but its benefits were short-lived. There might be a problem withmotivation. Waterand oil contrast with surprisingly, bananasand eggs. Speaking p271 Get students to look ahead to the how to do it boxfor describing photos on page 123. Hang on — look, sorry,Martin. By tomorrowmorning, the newspapers are going to gethold will have got hold of the story.
The fact that I am doing this shows you howdesperate I am. Immediately after her timeat RedCliff Ascent, Rachael returned to Englandand decided she wanted to plan a career workingwith animals. Encourage them to givereasons why, with examples. Vocabulary p361 Get students to answer as many as they can, thencheck their answers in pairs. Some people believe that living forever would completely change what it means to behuman. Speaker 2 is talking about photo 2. So if weknew we were going to live forever, we might neverbe able to experience the most powerful humanemotions, like falling in love.
This can be managed by you, or students can do it as self-study. The symptom spread to otherstudents, although apparently the teachers were notaffected. Dictionary skills work also features in the Vocabularyand Use of English sections. . Vocabulary and Grammar are given a high profile.
The words now and recentlyalso show a connection. If you have a monolingual class, you could letthem explain the difference in their own languagebefore they refer to their dictionary. I read a review of it in amagazine. To stophis family falling apart he had to move out andfind a new home. The answer to the questioncan be found in the first sentence of the report, butstudents should read the whole text to check theiranswer.
She was told to leavethe cadets for failing to remove the 18 earrings,nose rings and other piercings she wore, and shebegan staying out all night, never letting her mumknow where she was. Suggested answersa When you explain something, you make itclear. You may need to do some extrawork on question forms, as well as on the specificvocabulary needed for each topic. They are totally absorbed in theprocess of painting, not the result. Check thatthey understand all the adjectives provided, andwhich are normally used for the city and whichfor the countryside, and get them to add others oftheir own. You can assign all the Online SkillsPractice, or one unit, or a selection of sections orexercises.
I paid for the coffees! Try to walk would mean that the writerthought that walking would be difficult for somereason. Keya 4 b 1 c 5 d 2 e 6 f 35 Get students to prepare in pairs, making notesunder each of the headings. People affected by theepidemic suffered from frequent attacks of laughterwhich made them unable to work or study. Presenter Another teenager who was sent toRedCliff is Ed. Its lively, up-to-date textsare taken from authentic sources, such as newspapers,magazines, brochures and books, and includeinterviews and radio programmes. Speaker 5 is talking about photo 1.