The Picture of Dorian Gray - Blackcat - Intermediate
When the superbly handsome Dorian Gray sees his portrait he makes a terrible wish: that the portrait will grow older and that he will remain young forever. What happens to the portrait that no one ever sees? This disturbing story of a manwho is willing to sell his soul for eternal youth while pursuing pleasure and passion, was first published in 1890. It is one of Oscar Wilde’s most celebrated works.
Aspire - Intermediate and the Common European Framework of Reference
In comparison with CEFR, this booklet helps teachers and students determine what you need to teach and learn in Aspire – Intermediate. The Aspire Intermediate series has a communicative approach with an emphasis on learning language in real life contexts and on producing language in a broad range of speaking and writing situations. Consequently, its approach mirrors the functional descriptors of the CEFR as well as its broad emphasis on being able to communicate in a range of realistic situations.
In comparison with CEFR, this booklet helps teachers and students determine what you need to teach and learn in Life B1+. In this booklet, each exercise of the Life series is mapped against core descriptors at the relevant global level. So, the first six units of Life Intermediate are mapped against descriptors at the B1 Threshold level, the last six units are mapped against descriptors at the B2 Vantage level, and Life Upper-intermediate is mapped throughout against descriptors at the B2 Vantage level. Life's grammar and vocabulary syllabus encourages the linguistic competences needed for students to be able to communicate successfully.
Why put a diamond inside a chicken? Why is there a special club for men with red hair? And why does a woman disappear on the day of her wedding? These are some of the strange questions which Sherlock Holmes has to answer. In these six stories we join Holmes and his friend Dr Watson on some exciting adventures.