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Sky High Complete Scope & Sequence

  1. 1. Contents UNIT PAGE LESSONS GRAMMAR1 Hello! 6 1 Meeting people • Verb be, singular 2 Introductions • Possessive adjectives 3 Join the club 4 Lifeline to learning English2 People and places 14 1 Around the world • Indefinite articles a / an 2 People at work • Verb be—singular and plural 3 New people 4 Lifeline to the Internet Checkpoint 1 223 Think green 24 1 An international conference • Subject + verb be + age 2 Urban ecology • Present simple—affirmative and 3 An unusual job wh questions 4 Lifeline to ecotourism4 Talking about people 32 1 Famous faces • Possessive: noun and ‘s 2 Family connections • Possessive adjectives 3 Dream date • Indicating likes and dislikes 4 Lifeline to astrology Checkpoint 2 405 House and home 42 1 Student dormitory life • there is / there are 2 Change of address • some / any 3 Lifestyles 4 Lifeline to design6 Work and recreation 50 1 Contrasts • Adverbs of frequency 2 Time rules, OK? • can / can’t 3 Talent 4 Lifeline to recreation Checkpoint 3 582
  2. 2. FUNCTIONS VOCABULARY PRONUNCIATION• Introductions and greetings • Numbers 1—20 • Sounds—the alphabet• Asking for and giving • Classroom language personal information• Understanding and giving classroom instructions• Talking about nationality and • Countries and nationalities • Word stress—occupations countries • Occupations• Talking about occupations• Talking about the Internet• Asking and answering about age • Numbers 20+ • Word stress—numbers• Talking about ecotourism • Verbs• Describing people • Physical descriptions• Talking about family members • Family members• Talking about likes and dislikes • Sports and recreation activities• Describing personality • Months and ordinal numbers• Describing a room • Things in a room• Describing a house • Colors• Talking about places to live • Rooms in a house• Talking about occupations • Days of the week • Weak forms—can / can’t and sports • Time words and phrases• Describing routine activities• Telling the time• Talking about abilities 3
  3. 3. Contents UNIT PAGE LESSONS GRAMMAR 7 Travel 60 1 Vacations • Present progressive 2 Getting ready • Present simple and 3 Final destination present progressive 4 Lifeline to meteorology8 Around town 68 1 Places of interest • Imperatives for instructions 2 Plans for the weekend • Countable / uncountable nouns 3 Airport problems 4 Lifeline to urban planning Checkpoint 4 769 Bon appetit! 78 1 Good food • was / were—affirmative and yes / 2 Hungry? no questions 3 What was your favorite restaurant? • was / were—wh questions and negative statements 4 Lifeline to health10 Life stories 86 1 Personal history • Past simple—affirmative regular 2 Life changes and irregular verbs 3 Romance and tragedy • Past simple—wh questions 4 Lifeline to culture studies Checkpoint 5 9411 Looking back 96 1 A busy week • Past simple— yes / no questions 2 Famous lives • Past simple—who questions 3 Epic journeys • ago 4 Lifeline to history12 Past and future goals 104 1 Life events • Future—going to 2 Making plans • Time expressions for past, present, 3 Reunions and future 4 Lifeline to continuing English Checkpoint 6 112 Songsheets 114 Songsheet 1 for units 1 and 2 • Hello Goodbye 116 Songsheet 2 for units 3 and 4 • You Are So Beautiful 118 Songsheet 3 for units 5 and 6 • Our House 120 Songsheet 4 for units 7 and 8 • Wonderful Life 122 Songsheet 5 for units 9 and 10 • Toms Diner 124 Songsheet 6 for units 11 and 12 • Ev’ry Time We Say Goodbye Irregular verbs 126 Pronunciation 127 4
  4. 4. ContentsFUNCTIONSFUNCTIONS VOCABULARY VOCABULARY PRONUNCIATION PRONUNCIATION• Describing vacations • Climate and weather • Weak forms—present simple /• Describing the weather • Clothes present progressive• Talking about activities in progress • Natural disasters• Talking about temporary situations• Talking about location • Places in a city • Word stress—places• Making suggestions and excuses • Prepositions of place• Listing items • Making suggestions• Talking about food • Foods • Weak forms—was / were• Talking about restaurants • Words to describe restaurants• Talking about diet• Talking about famous people’s lives • Prepositions of time and place • Intonation—wh questions• Talking about changes in life • Past tense verbs• Talking about the recent past • Collocations and categories • Intonation—wh questions• Talking about famous people’s lives • Past tense verbs• Talking about journeys• Talking about important events • Important life events• Talking about future plans • Vacation activities• Talking about personal profiles• Talking about language learning 5
  5. 5. Contents UNIT UNIT PAGE PAGE LESSONS LESSONS GRAMMAR GRAMMAR1 Activate 6 1 At an international convention • Review of present simple 2 In a foreign city • Questions with Who and What your English 3 Getting to know you 4 Lifeline to international travel2 Your environment 14 1 A nice place to work • Much, many, a lot of and 2 A nice place to live countable/ uncountable nouns 3 A big move • Possessives 4 Lifeline to student life Checkpoint 1 1 Checkpoint 223 Time on, time off 24 1 Unusual lives • Present simple vs. 2 Gender and stereotypes present progressive 3 Celebrate! • Object pronouns 4 Lifeline to stress management4 In the past 32 1 Famous lives • Past simple 2 Personal history • Past simple Who / What questions 3 Infamous lives • Past progressive 4 Lifeline to history Checkpoint 2 2 Checkpoint 405 Love and attraction 42 1 New partners • Present progressive as future 2 Blind date • Prepositional modifiers 3 Meeting new people 4 Lifeline to psychology6 Time out 50 1 On the town • Gerunds and infinitives 2 What’s happening? • Going to / will / won’t 3 Party time 4 Lifeline to food management Checkpoint 3 3 Checkpoint 582
  6. 6. FUNCTIONSFUNCTIONS VOCABULARY VOCABULARY PRONUNCIATION PRONUNCIATION• Asking for and giving • Occupations • Sounds—the alphabet personal information • Countries, nationalities,• Talking about cities and languages• Talking about yourself• Talking about international travel• Talking about offices • Things in an office • Contrastive stress• Describing cities • City characteristics• Talking about student • Adjectives for describing places accommodation• Talking about habits and routines • Housework and office work • Weak forms• Talking about work • Holidays and special days• Talking about celebrations• Talking about stress• Talking about famous • Past tense verbs • Past tense regular verbs people’s lives • Rob vs. steal• Talking about personal histories • Understanding words• Describing a scene from context• Talking about events in the past• Describing people • Physical descriptions • Word stress• Talking about future plans • Personality adjectives• Identifying people • Sports and leisure activities• Talking about relationships • Small talk• Giving directions • Prepositions and directions • Stress and weak forms• Making plans • Parties• Making suggestions• Planning a small business 3
  7. 7. Contents UNIT UNIT PAGE LESSONS PAGE LESSONS GRAMMAR GRAMMAR 7 Learning for life 60 1 School days • Comparatives 2 Choices • Requests 3 Learning culture 4 Lifeline to career planning8 On the move 68 1 Getting around • Superlatives 2 Getting away from it all • Too / either 3 Getting there 4 Lifeline to exploration Checkpoint 4 Checkpoint 4 769 Healthy living 78 1 Laughter is the best medicine • Possessive pronouns 2 Your favorite team • Have to / need to / want to 3 Get a life! 4 Lifeline to living things10 The story so far 86 1 Turning points • Present perfect with ever / never 2 Experience and experiences • Present perfect vs. past simple 3 Champions’ stories 4 Lifeline to fitness Checkpoint 5 Checkpoint 5 9411 Ways of life 96 1 Traditions • Do / make 2 Your life • Present perfect with for / since 3 Working together and how long? 4 Lifeline to business administration • Tell / ask / want12 What’s next ? 104 1 Reviewing the situation • Should / shouldn’t 2 Lifestyle changes • Will / won’t / might 3 Twenty-five years from now 4 Lifeline to communications technology Checkpoint 6 Checkpoint 6 112 Songsheets 114 Songsheet 1 for units 1 and 2 • I Say A Little Prayer 116 Songsheet 2 for units 3 and 4 • Car Wash 118 Songsheet 3 for units 5 and 6 • Daniel 120 Songsheet 4 for units 7 and 8 • School Days 122 Songsheet 5 for units 9 and 10 • I Get The Sweetest Feeling 124 Songsheet 6 for units 11 and 12 • Get Here Irregular verbs 126 Pronunciation 127 4
  8. 8. ContentsFUNCTIONSFUNCTIONS VOCABULARY VOCABULARY PRONUNCIATION PRONUNCIATION• Talking about school • School • Intonation and linking• Talking about plans after graduation • Adjectives to describe places• Making requests • Careers• Talking about careers• Describing modes of transportation • Transportation • Sentence stress• Talking about tourist destinations • Hotels and vacation destinations• Expressing agreement • Adjectives• Talking about famous explorers• Talking about health and fitness • Health • Sounds—/I/ and /i/• Talking about sports • Sports and exercise• Talking about obligation • Ways to control your own life• Talking about fashion• Talking about life events • Life events • Sounds—vowels• Talking about experiences • Experiences• Talking about fitness • Fitness activities• Talking about famous people• Talking about traditions • Do / make • Stress and rhythm• Talking about people’s lives • Time expressions with • Sounds—/ei/• Talking about parents for and since and children • Business• Talking about your life • Study, work, home, relationships• Giving advice • Communication and technology• Making predictions• Talking about technology 5
  9. 9. Contents UNIT PAGE LESSONS GRAMMAR1 Life stories 6 1 Personal history • Review of past progressive vs. past 2 Unforgettable memories simple 3 Now and then • used to 4 Lifeline to scholarships and jobs2 Work and play 14 1 Modern careers • Talking about the future 2 Are you a workaholic? • Comparatives and superlatives 3 Relaxation and play 4 Lifeline to psychology Checkpoint 1 223 Toward the future 24 1 Energy sources • will and going to for predictions 2 Predicting the future • The first conditional 3 What if…? 4 Lifeline to health sciences4 A place to live 32 1 Immigrants • Present perfect vs. past simple; 2 Cultural differences time expressions 3 City versus country • too and enough; too much / too many 4 Lifeline to urban planning Checkpoint 2 405 Fortunes 42 1 The lottery of life • Verb complementation 2 Born to shop? • Reasons and purposes with 3 Money, money, money connectors because / so / to / so that 4 Lifeline to economics6 Entertainment 50 1 Entertainment at home • Indefinite pronouns 2 Going out • Relative clauses 3 Movie history 4 Lifeline to movie and TV shows Checkpoint 3 582
  10. 10. FUNCTIONS VOCABULARY PRONUNCIATION• Talking about past events and • Life events • Sounds—past tense endings experiences • so / too / either / neither• Talking about past habits • Scholarships• Contrasting the past and the present• Choosing a scholarship candidate• Talking about lifestyles and quality • Participial adjectives • Contractions of life • Leisure activities• Talking about future plans • Cognates• Making comparisons• Talking about stress• Making predictions • Energy and the environment • Sentence stress—first conditional• Talking about conditions and • The body and its energy use results• Giving advice• Talking about immigration and • Cities • Word stress social customs • Cultural differences• Giving opinions • City and country life• Suggesting solutions to problems• Talking about lotteries • Words with similar meanings • Word stress• Talking about plans • Money and economics• Talking about money management and economics• Drawing conclusions• Entertainment preferences • Internet uses • Sounds—“o” as /ø/ or /oU/ and habits • Entertainment• Talking about places to visit • Television• Analyzing the quality of TV 3
  11. 11. Contents UNIT PAGE LESSONS GRAMMAR 7 Living culture 60 1 Celebrations • Present passive 2 Culture on the table • Expressions followed by verb 3 Culture at home + -ing or to + verb 4 Lifeline to intercultural communication8 Good health 68 1 You and your body • Causatives—have / get something 2 Dangerous practices done 3 The best remedies • must, may / might, can’t for deductions 4 Lifeline to alternative medicine Checkpoint 4 769 Imagination 78 1 Dreams • Expressing present wishes, future 2 Wishes and hopes hopes 3 Creatures of the imagination • The second conditional 4 Lifeline to physical sciences10 Seeing the world 86 1 Armchair travel • Reporting statements and 2 The real thing opinions 3 Visitors from abroad • Requesting and stating information 4 Lifeline to tourism and hospitality Checkpoint 5 9411 Progress? 96 1 Early breakthroughs • Past passive 2 Important inventions • Using was / were going to 3 Unexpected outcomes 4 Lifeline to Information Technology12 Consumerism 104 1 Patterns of buying • Present perfect progressive 2 The hard sell • Present perfect progressive vs. 3 Spotlight on a corporation present perfect simple 4 Lifeline to advertising and marketing Checkpoint 6 112 Songsheets 114 Songsheet 1 for units 1 and 2 • Somewhere Only We Know 116 Songsheet 2 for units 3 and 4 • If You Don’t Know Me By Now 118 Songsheet 3 for units 5 and 6 • Every Breath You Take 120 Songsheet 4 for units 7 and 8 • Eternal Flame 122 Songsheet 5 for units 9 and 10 • If I Fell 124 Songsheet 6 for units 11 and 12 • Lean On Me Irregular verbs 126 Pronunciation 127 4
  12. 12. ContentsFUNCTIONS VOCABULARY PRONUNCIATION• Describing cultural events and • Festivals and celebrations • Weak forms—verb + to customs • Verb + verb expressions• Discussing cultural differences• Giving opinions about health • The body • Word stress and exercise • Health problems and remedies• Giving medical advice • Medical terms• Talking about alternative medicine• Talking about wishes and dreams • Words with similar meanings— • Sentence stress—second• Talking about imaginary situations wish / hope / expect / wait conditional• Talking about scientific concepts• Talking about travel and vacations • say / tell, and other reporting verbs • Intonation—question forms• Giving opinions about tourist • Expressions in indirect questions destinations• Discussing your country’s tourism• Talking about discoveries and • Word formation • Weak forms—was / were inventions • Technology• Talking about unexpected results • Negative and opposite prefixes• Discussing the pros and cons of technology• Analyzing product use • Clothes • Review of numbers• Discussing the effectiveness of • Collocation advertising • Synonyms• Planning an advertisement 5
  13. 13. Contents UNIT PAGE LESSONS GRAMMAR1 Relationships and 6 1 Parents and children • Indirect questions 2 In the workplace • Review of past tenses communication and present perfect 3 Between friends 4 Language for life: foreign connections2 Work and money 14 1 Working to live, or living to work? • Passives—present, past, future, 2 Winning and losing money and modal 3 Entrepreneurs • Relative clauses, including contact clauses 4 Language for life: armchair shopping Learning check 1 223 Keeping up with 24 1 Developing the automobile • Gerunds 2 Communications systems • Conditionals: zero, first technology and second 3 Using technology 4 Language for life: learning on the Web4 House and home 32 1 Home away from home • Multi-word verbs 2 Decoration • Used to and would 3 Street scenes 4 Language for life: places to stay Learning check 2 405 Crime and law 42 1 Unsolved crimes • Past perfect 2 Crime and punishment • Review of past tenses 3 Crime knows no borders 4 Language for life: understanding nations6 Mass media 50 1 Sensationalism • Past reported speech—statements 2 Investigative journalism and questions 3 Ethical issues 4 Language for life: doing research Learning check 3 582
  14. 14. FUNCTIONS VOCABULARY PRONUNCIATION• Making polite requests for • Compound and paired words • Rhythm information • Adjectives to describe character• Talking about friends and family• Discussing how you use English• Talking about processes / past • Jobs • Word stress events • Finances• Defining what / who you’re talking about• Talking about advantages / disadvantages• Talking about cause and effect / • Compound nouns • Contrastive stress situations and decisions • Communications and technology• Summarizing conclusions• Discussing distance learning• Talking about preferences • College living • Intonation in questions• Talking about habits or • Describing places to live states in the past • Multi-word verbs• Talking about places to live or visit• Talking about background • Crime • Past tense forms facts / past circumstances • Verbs—past tense and• Talking about previous events past participle forms• Talking about cultural differences• Reporting what people have said, • Nouns as adjectives • Word stress opinions they have given (noun—noun phrases)• Debating points • Reporting verbs• Discussing ways of doing research • Expressions for discussions 3
  15. 15. Contents UNIT PAGE LESSONS GRAMMAR 7 Trends 60 1 My generation • Order of adjectives 2 Looking good • Aspects of quantifiers 3 Shop till you drop 4 Language for life: getting the idea8 Big moments 68 1 Personal firsts • Expressing obligation / necessity 2 Your first date • Prepositions and present 3 The big day participle time expressions 4 Language for life: job hunting Learning check 4 769 Men and women 78 1 Evaluating tradition • Third conditional 2 Coincidence or destiny? • Expressing wishes 3 Gifts of love 4 Language for life: business and social customs10 Life’s a journey 86 1 Stranger than fiction • Would have, should have, could have 2 A near tragedy • Past modals for deduction—could 3 The War of the Worlds have, might have, may have, must have, can’t have 4 Language for life: making the most of travel Learning check 5 9411 Stages of life 96 1 Learning to be human • Future progressive vs. 2 Goals in life—or just wanna have fun? future simple 3 When I’m 64 • Connectors 4 Language for life: scholarships12 Crystal ball 104 1 Looking back at 2001 • Future perfect 2 Tomorrow’s world • Future forms 3 Your future 4 Language for life: the world of English Learning check 6 112 Songsheets 114 Songsheet 1 for units 1 and 2 • Tears in Heaven 116 Songsheet 2 for units 3 and 4 • California Dreamin’ 118 Songsheet 3 for units 5 and 6 • Walking in Memphis 120 Songsheet 4 for units 7 and 8 • Give Me A Little More Time 122 Songsheet 5 for units 9 and 10 • Ironic 124 Songsheet 6 for units 11 and 12 • I Will Always Love You Irregular verbs 126 Pronunciation 127 4
  16. 16. ContentsFUNCTIONS VOCABULARY PRONUNCIATION• Describing people / things • Pop culture • Linking• Complaining • Clothing• Giving opinions • Shopping items• Talking about obligation and • Weddings and graduations • Intonation—showing interest necessity • Invitations• Indicating time• Practicing for a job interview• Talking about past conditions / • Gender and work • Sentence stress—conditionals cause and effect • Jobs• Expressing wishes and regrets • Verbs—past participles• Talking about customs• Speculating about past • Verbs—past participles • Weak forms—modals events and actions• Telling a story• Talking about travel• Talking about stages of life • People • Linking• Talking about future events • Life goals• Talking about how to get a • Linking words scholarship• Explaining an idea• Speculating about the future • Developments in technology • Intonation and emotion• Communicating feelings • Emotions• Talking about world English 5
  17. 17. Contents UNIT PAGE LESSONS GRAMMAR1 The 20th century 6 1 Culture • Connectors 2 History and politics • Past time clauses 3 Heroes and villains 4 Language for life: conference-going2 People and 14 1 Living with machines • Whoever, whatever, whenever, 2 Genetic engineering wherever technology 3 Technology dependence and risks • Word order with multi-word verbs 4 Language for life: technology surveys Learning check 1 223 Global versus local 24 1 The real thing • Noun phrases 2 International and local food • Indefinite pronouns 3 Hollywood versus Bollywood 4 Language for life: franchises4 Family, friends and 32 1 Brothers and sisters • Present tenses and time 2 All you need is love • Verb complementation colleagues 3 Working relations 4 Language for life: foreign exchanges Learning check 2 405 The best of the past 42 1 The history of pop culture • The past 2 Revolutionaries past and present • The definite article 3 Viewpoint 4 Language for life: project management6 Work and 50 1 Future shock • Future tenses and time 2 The best intentions • Both / neither / all / none of us / recreation them / you / us 3 Biosphere 4 Language for life: getting involved Learning check 3 582
  18. 18. FUNCTIONS VOCABULARY PRONUNCIATION• Giving personal opinions on • Words that are both nouns • Word stress music and art and verbs• Talking about cultural • Strategies for understanding differences words• Talking about historical events• Talking about technology now • Multi-word verbs • Stress with separable and in the future • Science and technology multi-word verbs• Giving opinions about scientific advances• Analyzing a company• Giving opinons about illegal trade • Business and commerce • Sounds—/eI/, /e/ and /aI/• Talking about food and eating • Food customs• Conducting a survey• Making a business plan• Talking about relationships • Suffixes• Discussing a survey • Words for gesture, posture• Talking about living in another and voice culture• Giving advice • Recording vocabulary• Telling a story from history • City-related words, past and• Talking about cities present• Making a case for a new UNESCO site• Talking about science fiction • Synonyms • Intonation—expressing feelings• Talking about resolutions • Urban problems• Negotiating to choose members of a team• Planning a community project 3
  19. 19. Contents UNIT PAGE LESSONS GRAMMAR 7 The world of sports 60 1 Your view • Post-modification of nouns 2 The business view • Types of relative clauses 3 The career view 4 Language for life: the REALLY big sports festival8 The image industry 68 1 Making faces • Different passive forms 2 Cosmetic surgery • Use of active and passive 3 Selling beauty 4 Language for life: advertising and promotion Learning check 4 769 A question of luck 78 1 Good and bad luck • Conditionals—future, present, 2 Optimism versus pessimism past 3 What if…? • Mixed conditionals—if and unless 4 Language for life: building a bright future10 Free time 86 1 Blood sports • Instructions 2 A game of skill and luck • Aspects of adverbs and 3 Let’s get together adverbials 4 Language for life: being sociable Learning check 5 9411 Furry friends 96 1 Preservation or extinction • Wish + past verb vs. wish + 2 Responsible ownership would + verb 3 Animals as healers and teachers • Want / allow / encourage / force, etc. + object + to + infinitive 4 Language for life: one traveler’s experiences with canines12 Using language 104 1 Read to learn skills 2 Writing in the right tone 3 The art of listening 4 Language for life: say what you mean Learning check 6 112 Songsheets 114 Songsheet 1 for units 1 and 2 • Englishman In New York 116 Songsheet 2 for units 3 and 4 • Private Emotion 118 Songsheet 3 for units 5 and 6 • When A Man Loves A Woman 120 Songsheet 4 for units 7 and 8 • We Are The Champions 122 Songsheet 5 for units 9 and 10 • Smooth 124 Songsheet 6 for units 11 and 12 • Simply The Best Irregular verbs 126 Pronunciation 127 4
  20. 20. ContentsFUNCTIONS VOCABULARY PRONUNCIATION• Talking about the pros and • The body and sports cons of sport • Business and money• Explaining why you admire someone• Analyzing the Olympic Games• Describing the face • The human face • Intonation—questions• Giving advice • Medicine• Discussing the pros and cons of cosmetic surgery• Promoting new products• Discussing superstitions • Suffixes • Intonation—lists• Talking about attitudes to life • Jobs• Talking about cause and effect• Making a career plan• Supporting opinions with reasons • Opinion and • Sounds—homophones• Giving instructions (dis)agreement• Preparing a questionnaire • Roman history• Discussing socializing and personality• Arguing for or against something • Similes • Weak forms and linking• Using comparisons in arguments • Animals• Talking about future hopes and • Connectors expressing regret• Describing travel experiences• Recognizing genre • Discovering meaning from• Writing in the right tone context• Listening for different purposes• Explaining what you mean 5
  21. 21. Contents UNIT PAGE LESSONS GRAMMAR Intro 4 1 Hello to English 2 International English1 About you 8 1 Your English class • Indefinite articles a / an 2 Your occupation • Verb be, singular 3 Celebrities • Verb be, singular—yes / no 4 What do you do? questions and answers2 Your week 16 1 Things around you • this / that; these / those 2 Time • What day / time is it? It’s … 3 Events and activities • When is …? It’s on (day) / at (time) 4 What time is it? • Verb be, plural Checkpoint 1 243 International world 26 1 Countries and people • Complete verb be, present tense 2 National colors • Nationality adjective + noun 3 Geography • Where … from? 4 Where are you from?4 Personal matters 34 1 Your things • Possessive adjectives 2 Your family • Possessive ’s 3 True or false? • What does … do? 4 How old are you? • How old is / are …? … (number) Checkpoint 2 425 Places 44 1 Places of work and study • there is / there are 2 Neighborhoods • some / any 3 Cities and towns • How many …? 4 What is there in your neighborhood? • Adjective + noun / verb be + adjective6 Different places, 52 1 In Hawaii • Present simple tense with do / 2 Friends and relatives live / work / study different people 3 Television and life • What / Where questions with do / does 4 Where do you live? What do you do? • Question words with be and present simple questions Checkpoint 3 60 Pronunciation 62
  22. 22. FUNCTIONS VOCABULARY PRONUNCIATION• Introductions • International words • Word stress• Identifying objects • Numbers 0—12 • Common sounds • More international words • The alphabet • Numbers 13—20• Introducing self and others • Numbers 20—100 • Sentence stress• Asking about jobs • Occupations • Stress in numbers, contractions • Celebrity jobs• Asking what something is • Things in a classroom • Sentence stress in English • Days of the week • Stress in questions• Identifying objects • Clock time• Asking and saying the day / time • Events and activities• Talking about nationality • Countries, nationalities, and languages • Sentence stress• Talking about colors • Colors • Word stress• Talking about where • Plural of nouns • Plural endings of nouns people / things are from • Continents, countries, and capital cities• Talking about possessions • Personal possessions• Talking about family members • Family members• Talking about age• Talking about work • Areas in a business office• Talking about your neighborhood • Places in a neighborhood• Talking about quantity • Adjectives• Describing places• Asking for and giving personal • Study and work areas information • Question words What / Where / Who / How / How old / How many

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