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New cutting edge intermediate

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New cutting edge intermediate

  1. 1. •• CONTENTS Module 1 1 Asking and answering Everyday activities Reading and speak.i < ­ All about you questions we really spend our T: .,; People around you Pronunciation: Auxiliary verbspage 6 Wordspot: have (and have got) 2 Present simple and continuous Module 2 1 Past simple and Remembering and forgetting Listening and speaking: ?:._ Memory continuous meetings, A childhood IT:C!"!:.-­ page 16 Pronunciation: Past simple -ed endings Song: Remember the Om 50·· : old Schoolyard 2 used to Reading: Ten ways to imp.:; " your memory Module 3 1 Comparatives and Vocabulary and writing: Reading: The top 100 piau;; :: Around the superlatives Describing towns and cities visit before you die world 2 Phrases for comparing page 26 Pronunciation: Stress and /~/ sounds Module 4 1 Present perfect simple Describing life events Reading: Parallel lives Life stories Pronuniciation: Strong and weak Positive characteristics page 36 forms ofhave Wordspot: take 2 for, since and ago and Present perfect continuous Pronunciation: Linking Consolidation A Questions and auxiliaries LJ Speaking: Getting to know modules 1-4 B Present and past verb forms E Vocohlllary: Alphabet quiz 6 47pages 4 - C Listening and speaking: Comparing the past with the present Module 5 1 Future forms Work Reading and vocabulary: Success page 48 2 Future clauses with if, when, etc Have you got what it takes.' Pronunciation: Stressed ~"Y:~- - Listening and speaking: Doing something differen: Song: Manic Monday Module 6 1 -ed/-ing adjectives Extreme adjectives Listening and vocabular: -:­ In the media 2 The passive Pronunciation: Word stress and radio page 60 Reading and vocabularv: News stories
  2. 2. Task Further skills Study Practise Remember -:-.1sk: Find things in common .-:-eparation: listening :­ ok: speaking _c~l!ow up: writing Writing: E-mail an old ftiend Study tip: Using English in class Pronunciation spot: Stress and the ~I sound .ask: Test your memory :"ceparation: reading :-ask: speaking Real life: Showing interest Pronunciation: Sounding polite Study tip: Using the mini-dictionary Pronunciation spot: The sound /w/ Task: Design a tour ?i eparation: listening :-ask: speaking .~ollow up: writing Real life: Booking a flight Study tip: Keeping notes Pronunciation spot: The sounds !JI and /i:/ Task: Talk about someone you admire Preparation: listening _ask: speaking _'ollow up: writing Writing: A curriculum vitae )"011 ( Task: Choose the best candidate eparation: reading .ask: speaking Writing: A covering letter Real life: A formal telephone call Pronunciation: Sounding polite Study tip: Improving your spoken fluency Pronunciation spot: The sounds /0/, h:/ and f;m/ Task: Review a book/concert/CD _ eparation: listening :-ask: speaking Writing: A consumer review Study tip: English outside the classroom (1): Using the media Pronunciation spot: The sounds /re/ and /A/
  3. 3. I •• Language focus Vocabulary Reading I Listening Module 7 Socialising page 70 Module 8 Things you can't live without pageBO Consolidation modules 5-8 pages 90-91 Module 9 I 1 Polite requests Vocabulary and speaking: Reading and vocabulary: The - . 'nehaviour great international night outPronunciation: 5c . -'-'3.': <.:=: Wordspot: go Listening: Social customs in2 will for offers and ins:CU1t Thailanddecisions Pronunc' .:0-_' 9 generalisations 1 Defining relative clauses How machines work Reading: Machines behaving badlyPronunciation: Stress in2 Quantifiers compound nouns Describing everyday objects - - A Future forms I Fulure time clauses C LIstening: fa-~Olis firsts B Vocabulary: megamemory D Spetikiil~:.osking favours --­ ~ --­ - - - - -= ~ =­ ..~ - - 1 Making predictions Society and change Reading and vocabulary: Future society page 92 2 Hypothetical possibilities with if Pronunciation: 'II or 'd Pronunciation: Shifting stress Wordspot: make Getting it wrong! Getting it righ.:.­ Module 10 An amazing story page 102 I I 1 Past perfect Pronunciation: Past simple or Past perfect 2 Reported speech 'Vocabulary and speaking: Types of story Wordspot: say and tell Adverbs for telling stories Reading and vocabulary: . ~" perfect crimes ... well almost: Pronunciation: Sentence stress Module 11 Rules and freedom page 112 I 1 Obligation and permission in the present Pronunciation: Modal verbs 2 Obligation and permission in the past Wordspot: do Listening: Annoying rules Reading and vocabulary: -::: sue or not to sue? Module 12 Dilemmas page 122 1 could have, should have, would have Pronunciation: Past modal forms 2 Imaginary situations in the past with if Problems and solutions Wordspot: think Song: Out ofReach Pronunciation: Vowel sounds Consolidation modules 9-12 132 133pages - A B C _ Pasl perfect I Reporled speedl Possibility, obligation and permission. Listemng; I-Iypolhetico! forms _ t_~ _'"---""==. .'D E F. rlwke/do!srly!telJ/thilJk Speaking: Agreeing and disagreeing Vocabulary; ,Word puzzle_. _ _ _ Communication activities pages 134-143 Language summary pages 144-154
  4. 4. Task Further skills Study Practise Remember 'Ie ::l..5k: Give tips on how to behave Real life: Making a social arrangement Study tip: Using revision techniques - '~:xJration: listening Pronunciation spot: The sounds /8/ and (0/ -" : .: speaking --: sk: Make a list of things you'd hate :-: be without ,7""iparation: listening -:-.1Sk : speaking Real life: Buying things Writing: Saying thank you Task: Decide how to spend lottery Real life: Ways of saying numbers Study tip: English outside the 1t? __,oney classroom (1): Using the Internet ,- eparation: listening Pronunciation spot: The sounds /'0/ and /v/ -:- -k: speaking he Task: Tell a ghost story Writing: A narrative Study tip: Making the most of graded ," reparation: speaking readers ~ask : speaking and listening Pronunciation spot: Pronouncing 'h' .ask: Present your opinions Writing: Linking words Study tip: Checking your written work :-eparation: vocabulary Pronunciation spot: Review -:-Jsk: speaking ask: Find solutions to problems Real life: Saying goodbye i -eparation: reading and vocabulary :- k: speaking : ilow up: writing Irregular verbs page 155

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