Everyday functional English is taught through regular, humorous cartoon sketches. Controlled development of all four language skills, pronunciation, and vocabulary are also systematically covered throughout the three levels.
Each level provides 90-120 hours of work and consists of twenty units divided into three parts. The first two parts present and practise new structures and functions, and the third part recycles the new language (through an exciting serial story in level 1, and through integrated skills development in levels 2 and 3).
Every second unit is followed by a revision and extension section which recycles and develops the grammar, vocabulary, and skills that have been covered in the units.
syllabus and contents
introduction to the course
clear sections outlining the aims, grammar, new vocabulary, and optional materials for each unit
background information on the topics
lesson plans and, where appropriate, additional teaching ideas
answer keys to Student's Book and Workbook exercises
Summary of grammar contents - Level 2
Revision - Past progressive - Present perfect - Present perfect questions - (not) allowed to, mustn't, don't Comparison of adjectives - Superlatives - Checking questions/Polite enquiries - will (future predictions) a lot of/a little/a few - I'm afraid and Will you ...? - Present passive - Past passive - could/couldn't/was able to should/shouldn't - should/might - will/going to - Relative clause/s - Prepositions - had to and will have to I'd prefer to/I'd rather - used to - Question tags - Conditionals type 1 - must be/can't be - Present perfect progressive Revision