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Cambridge English Complete PET

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Unit 1 Homes and Habits
Reading – Reading part 5: Living in a windmill, Living in a cave home.
– Reading for gist ad main point.
Writing – Writing Part 1: Identifying target structures.
– Writing an email.
Listening – Listening Part 4: Routines around the world.
– Identifying parallel expressions.
– Two candidates doing speaking part 1.
Speaking – Discussing a young person’s room.
– Speaking Part 1: Questions and answers
Vocabulary – House and home
– Countable and uncountable nouns.
Grammar – Preposition of time
– Frequency adverbs
– Present simple and present continuous.
– State verbs.
– A few, a little, many, much , a lot of, lots of
– Preposition of place.
– Question form.

 

Unit 2 Student Days
Reading – Reading Part 3: The daily life of a Beijing teenager.
– An extract from Teen magazine.
– Reading part 1: Five texts about work.
Writing – Writing a short message.
Thanking, explaining, apologising, inviting, suggesting.
Listening – Nadine talking about her experiences as an exchange student.
– Listening part 1: four short recordings.
– Two candidates doing speaking part 4.
Speaking – Talking about typical school days.
– Talking about changes in your lifestyles.
– Speaking Part 4: Turn-taking and active listening.
– Talking about work.
Vocabulary Take, sit, pass, fail, lose, miss, learn, teach, study.
Earn, have, make, spend, take
Grammar – Past simple and past continuous.
used to

 

Unit 3 Fun Time
Reading – Reading part 4: The teenager who sailed across an ocean.
– Identifying writer’s purpose
Writing – Writing part 1: Identifying words to change; error correction.
– Describing free-time activities.
Listening – Listening part 2: Four ways of spending a day out.
– Talking about a skiing holiday.
– Two teenagers discussing their free time.
Speaking – Talking about yourself.
– Speaking Part 2: Making suggestions.
– Pronunciation: Word stress for new information.
Vocabulary – Free time
– Negative prefixes.
– Phrasal Verbs
– People’s hobbies.
Grammar – Verbs followed by to or -ing

 

Unit 4 Our World
Reading – Reading part 3: Discover the island of Borneo.
Writing Writing part 3: Writing a letter.
Listening – Selma talking about where she lives.
– Listening part 3: Oymyakon, The Northern Pole of Cold.
– A candidate doing speaking part 3.
Speaking Speaking Part 3: Describing photos of places.
Vocabulary – Holiday activities.
Travel, journey, trip.
– Buildings and places
– Adjectives used to describe places.
Grammar – Comparative and superlative adjectives
– Spelling of comparative and superlative adjectives.
A bit, a little, much, far, a lot.
Not as… as…
– Big and enormous (gradable and non-gradable adjectives)

 

Unit 5 Feelings
Reading – Reading part 5:How to be happier.
– Using the context to guess missing words.
Writing – Writing Part 3: Your favourite way of relaxing: Something exciting you like to do.
– Cause and effect links.
– formal/informal expressions.
Listening – Listening Part 4: Identifying the language of opinions.
– Candidates doing Speaking Part 4.
Speaking – Speaking Part 3: Describing photos.
– Speaking Part 4: Describing personal experiences.
Vocabulary – Personal feeling, opinions, experiences.
– Relations with others.
– Adjectives with -ed and -ing
– Adjectives and prepositions.
– Adjectives of emotion and their opposites.
Grammar can, could, might, may(ability and possibility)
Should, shouldn’t, ought to, must, mustn’t, have to, don’t have to(obligation and prohibition)

 

Unit 6 Leisure and fashion
Reading – Reading Part 5: The Guide HK (entertainment guide to Hong Kong)
– DJ Jupiter and the kickboxer.
Writing – Writing Part 2: Writing a short message to say thank you.
Listening – Two people talking about TV programme.
– Two people planning a night out together.
– Listening part 1: four short recordings about lost items.
– Two candidates doing speaking part 4.
Speaking – Talking about entertainment.
– Speaking Part 4: Talking about activities
Vocabulary – Television programme.
– Going out.
Been/gone, meet, get to know, find out
– Describing lost items.
Grammar – Present perfect
Yet, already, just
Since and for
– Present perfect or past simple.

 

Unit 7 Out and about
Reading – Reading part 1: Identifying text purpose.
Writing -Writing part 1: Transformation dialogue: identifying parallel expression.
– Describing future climates.
Listening – Listening part 2: Photographing extreme weather conditions
– Getting to the station in time.
– Two candidates doing speaking part 2.
– Two people discussing transport in the future.
Speaking – Talking about extreme weather.
– Speaking Part 2: Giving and asking for reasons and preferences.
– Pronunciation : weak forms
Vocabulary – Weather.
– Transport.
– Adverbs of Degree.
too/enough
– Preposition of movement, on foot/by car, etc.
– Compound words.
Grammar -The future: will, going to, present continuous, present simple.

 

Unit 8 This is me!
Reading – Reading part 3: Life coaches find success with young people.
Writing – Punctuation.
– Writing part 2: Writing a physical description.
Listening – Kristian talking to his life coach.
– Listening part 3: Becoming a film extra.
– Describing someone’s physical appearance.
– Three candidates doing speaking part 1.
Speaking – Saying the letters of the alphabet and spelling words.
– Speaking Part 1: Asking General questions.
Vocabulary – Phrasal verbs.
– Describing people.
– Prefixes and services.
Grammar – Zero, first and second conditionals.
When, if, unless + present, future
So do I and Nor/Neither do I

 

Unit 9 Fit and healthy
Reading – Reading part 5: Choose your sport.
– Using the context to guess missing words.
Writing – Writing Part 3: Writing a story.
– Text organisation.
– Narrative verb tenses.
Listening – Listening Part 4: Young people’s health.
– Identifying agreement, disagreement and decision-making.
– Listening for agreement, disagreement and decision.
Speaking – Speaking Part 2: Which sport to take up.
– Pronunciation: Stressed words
Vocabulary – Health and exercise.
– Illnesses and accidents.
– Sports collocations
Grammar Which, that, who, whose, when and where clauses (defining and non-defining)
– Past perfect simple.

 

Unit 10 A question of taste
Reading – Reading Part 2: Eight unusual restaurants.
– Jack Blenkharn has his hair cut.
Writing – Writing Part 2: Writing a short message.
Thanking, explaining, inviting, apologising, suggesting.
Listening – A waiter giving instructions.
– Listening part 1: Seven short recordings.
– People talking about having something done.
– People asking for objects they don’t know the name of.
– One candidate doing Speaking Part 3.
Speaking – Talking about food.
– Speaking Part 3: Describing objects you don’t know the name of
Vocabulary – Types of food and drink
course, dish, food, meal, plate
– Shops and services
Grammar – Commands
Have something done

 

Unit 11 Conserving nature
Reading – Reading part 4: International climate champions.
– Matching options with relevant words in the text.
Writing – Writing part 3: Let- Listening part 2: Wildlife in India.
– Listening for ways of expressing examples.
– Listening for word stress about wildlife and pets.
– Checking for mistakes.
Listening – Listening part 2: Wildlife in India.
– Listening for ways of expressing examples.
– Listening for word stress.
Speaking – Discussing animal facts.
– Saving water.
– Speaking part 4: Saving energy
– Pronunciation: Word stress with suffixes
– Pronunciation: weak form in passives.
Vocabulary – The natural world
– The environment
– Noun suffixes
Grammar – The passive: present and past simple
– Comparative and superlative adverbs

 

Unit 12 What did you say?
Reading – Reading part 3: Can you speak Martian.
Writing – Writing part 3: Writing a story.
Listening -Students discussing a project.
– Listening part 3: Web Challenge competition
Speaking – Communicating with others.
– Describing where things are
– Speaking Part 3: Describing s photo
Vocabulary – Slang words
Speak, talk, say, tell, ask for
– Prepositions of place
Grammar – Reported speech
– Reported commands
– Reported speech: other changes
– Reported questions
– Indirect questions
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