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Unit 1 A family affair
Reading Part 6: ‘Surviving teenagers’
Part 2: ‘Doing the chores’
Writing Part 1 An essay: Teenagers and young people
should share housework equally with their parents.
Do you agree?
Expressing opinions
Using although, however, on the other hand and
whereas
Listening Part 1: Young people talking about their families and activities
Speaking Part 1: Talking about yourself, your home and your family
Giving extended answers
Pronunciation Word stress (1): Stress in words with two or more syllables
Vocabulary Phrasal verbs: get on with, do up, etc.
Collocations with make and do
Grammar Present perfect simple and continuous

 

Unit 2 Leisure and pleasure
Reading Part 5: ‘My first bike’
Part 4: Key word transformation
Writing Part 2 An article: A leisure-time activity you really enjoy
Writing compound and complex sentences
Listening Part 2: A talk from a games developer
Speaking Part 2: Comparing photos of free-time activities
Using discourse markers to structure the answer
Pronunciation Sentence stress (1): Stress on words carrying the most meaning
Vocabulary Phrasal verbs and expressions: take up,
sum up, etc.
Grammar Making comparisons
Adjectives with -ed and -ing

 

Unit 3 Happy holidays?
Reading Part 3: ‘A bus journey’
Part 7: ’My nightmare holiday!’
Writing Part 2 A report: A one-day excursion
Listening Part 3: Five young people talking about their holidays
Speaking Part 3: Discussing the benefits of different kinds of trip
Phrases to involve partners in discussion
Strategies for dealing with the second section of Part 3
Pronunciation Intonation (1): Indicating when you have/haven’t finished speaking
Vocabulary travel, journey, trip and way
Adjective suffixes
Grammar Past simple, past continuous and used to
at, in or on in time phrases
Past perfect simple and continuous

 

Unit 4 Food, glorious food
Reading Part 6: ‘Learning about food’
Part 1: ‘Moso Moso’ – a restaurant
review
Writing Part 2 A review: A local restaurant, café or snack bar
Listening Part 4: A radio interview with the
owner of a popular café
Speaking Part 4: Discussing diet, food and health
Supporting opinions with reasons and examples
Pronunciation Grouping words and pausing (1)
Vocabulary food, dish and meal
Adjectives to describe restaurants
Grammar so and such
too and enough

 

Unit 5 Study time
Reading Part 7: ‘At school abroad’
Part 3: ‘Culture shock for international students’
Writing Part 1 An essay: All young people who have the opportunity should study in a foreign school or college for a year. Do you agree?
Writing opening paragraphs
Using linking words and phrases
Listening Part 1: People talking about
studying and school
Speaking Part 1: Talking about your studies
Giving reasons, offering several possible ideas
Pronunciation Word stress (2): Shifting word stress
Vocabulary Phrasal verbs: get over, live up to, etc.
find out, get to know, know, learn, teach and study; attend, join, take part and assist
Forming nouns from verbs
Grammar Zero, first and second conditionals

 

Unit 6 My first job
Reading Part 5: ‘Lucy’s first job’
Part 2: ‘A new summer programme’
Writing Part 2 A letter or email: Describe the jobs students do in your country
Commonly misspelled words
Listening Part 3: Five people talking about their first job
Speaking Part 2: Comparing photos of different kinds of work
Describing similarities and differences when comparing
Pronunciation Sentence stress (2): Contrastive sentence stress
Vocabulary work/job; possibility/occasion/opportunity; fun/funny
Collocations with work and job
Grammar Countable and uncountable nouns
Articles

 

Unit 7 High adventure
Reading Part 6: ‘Are you ready for an adventure race?’
Part 4: Key word transformation
Writing Part 2 An article: A great way to keep fit
Listening Part 2: A talk about adventure racing
Part 4: A radio interview with a paraglider
Speaking Part 3: Discussing ways of encouraging people to do more sport
Suggesting ideas, asking opinion, agreeing and disagreeing
Pronunciation Intonation (2): Showing attitude
Vocabulary Verb collocations with sporting activities look, see, watch, listen and hear
Grammar Infinitive and verb + –ing

 

Unit 8 Dream of the stars
Reading Part 7: ‘Five young actors’
Part 1: ‘YouTube millionaire celebrities’
Writing Part 1 An essay: There are both advantages and disadvantages to a career as a musician or an actor.
Writing a balanced essay
Listening Part 2: A talk about a television quiz show
Speaking Part 4: Discussing different aspects of media and celebrity
Giving balanced, general answers
Expressing agreement/disagreement
Pronunciation Grouping words and pausing (2)
Vocabulary Verb collocations with ambition, career, experience and job
play, performance and acting; audience, (the) public and spectators; scene and stage
Grammar at, in and on in phrases expressing location
Reported speech

 

Unit 9 Secrets of the mind
Reading Part 5: ‘The secrets of happiness’
Part 4: Key word transformation
Writing Part 2 A report: The benefits of improving classrooms and students’ social activities
Making suggestions and recommendations
Listening Part 1: People talking about different aspects of psychology
Speaking Part 2: Comparing photos of different kinds of feeling and emotion
Speculating about photos using look, seem and appear
Pronunciation Sentence stress (3): Using sentence stress for emphasis
Vocabulary achieve, carry out and devote
stay, spend and pass; make, cause and have
Grammar Modal verbs to express certainty and possibility

 

Unit 10 Spend, spend, spend?
Reading Part 2: ‘Shopping online versus
shopping locally’
Part 5: ‘My greatest influence’
Writing Part 2 A review: A place where people have a good time
Words/Phrases to build up more complex sentences
Listening Part 4: A student interview about a new shopping centre
Speaking Part 1: Talking about how you spend your money
Strategies for answering Part 1 questions
Pronunciation Linking (1): Linking to increase fluency
Vocabulary arrive, get and reach
Phrasal verbs: come up with, pull in, etc.
Grammar as and like
Modals expressing ability

 

Unit 11 Medical matters
Reading Part 6: ‘What’s it like to study medicine?’
Part 3: ‘Is there a doctor on board?’
Writing Part 1 An essay: Modern lifestyles can seriously endanger our health. Do you agree?
Writing concluding paragraphs
An essay: Young people generally don’t pay enough attention to their health and fitness. Do you agree?
Listening Part 3: Five people talking about visits to the doctor
Speaking Part 2: Comparing photos of situations related to health
Strategies for dealing with difficulties: finding the right word
Pronunciation Intonation (3): Showing certainty/uncertainty
Vocabulary Idiomatic expressions: taken aback, etc.
Health vocabulary: illness, infection, etc.
Grammar Relative pronouns and relative clauses

 

Unit 12 Animal kingdom
Reading Part 1: ‘My sister’s circus’
Part 7: ‘Surviving an animal attack’
Writing Part 2 A letter or email: Advice to a visitor to your country
Giving advice
Listening Part 1: People talking about
animals in different situations
Speaking Parts 3 and 4: Discussing topics related to animals
Commenting on the question
Expressing other people’s opinions
Expressing agreement/disagreement
Pronunciation Word stress (3): Strong and weak forms
Vocabulary avoid, prevent and protect; check, control, keep an eye on and supervise
Negative prefixes
Grammar Third conditional and mixed conditionals
wish, if only and hope

 

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