The number of words in a text is alwaysgtvcn and stude nts are encouraged to practise th eirskim ming and sca nn ing skills. What, for example, wasthe secretof his military success? There may be minoromissions, but conte nt clearly o rgan ized. He and seven of his f riends had been discovering New York. Answers3 apprcacnec I neared I moved towards4 w~re thrown5 no one I nobody6 neqctiated I talked7 leave I move aw ay8 wer~ closed9 monitoring I watching 10 over I dur ing 5 Some conflict is needed plus an overall positiveattitude. Studentsare given p racti cal hel p in ways to engage the reader'sinterest through , for exam ple, quotat ion s, expressingopinions, and makin g references to co ntemporary life. Suggest that stud ents proofreadthe text ind ividually and then compare theiran swers in pairs. Remind them to time their reading.
In this way, it tie s in wit h the e xa m re quirements and ca n be accessed ea sily by s tudents working o n the ir own. Have you ever hadany problems with them? Sampl e entries 1 a Discuss the two pieces of writi ng as a cla ss. The exercises in this section will in crease students' aware ness of this feature. What is the intri gue of New York? Cand idates are assessed on th eir own indivi dualperformance according to the es tablished cri te ria andare not assessed in rela tion to each ot her. G Why be concerned about smoking at work?.
AnswersTheme: The rise in vandalism and the lack of socialactivities in the area plus the council's need to respond tothese issues. Possibly as a resultof findi ng it more difficult to get a job, together with agrow ing disillusionment with society, so me peoplehave decid ed that a life 'on the open road ' is preferable. The whole Ihing on ly lasted for a minu te or so. Wou ld have a positive effe ct on the ta rget reader. It mean s su pporting traditional beliefs an d be ha viou r an d also refers to one's roots, ie fam ily ties. Stude n ts should give reasons for their an swers by referri ng 0 the adjec tives they have ticked o r by giving on e or two examples they remember from the reco rding.
Focusing on the reader 3 Decide on th e register for your letter. The old fellow then said ' expl ain ed t hat the horse had to use the li ft because in his conditi on all the stai rs wou ld ki ll him! All four parts of th e speaking test are given full coverage and in part icula r the ski lls cfinteracttng with their partner and the examiner arc discussed in detail. ~ Day-dreaming about something completely unrelated Losing interest in what another person is saying Finishing off sentences for slow or boringspeakers Misinterpreting. I'll have to deal with this tomorrow. Ask students to disc uss the ir im pressio ns of the people in the e xtr act s and focus o n the implications of belo nging to a gro up. Part 2 A similar approach is followed for Part 2 tasks.
The stimulus material in the Student's Book is a t th e back of the book and students are di rected to particular pa ge s so that the procedures in the examination can be closely followed. Testtows:understanding of the organization of a text. The housing officer, somewhat taken aback, asked t he old fe ll ow if he was mad. Additional in formation about the structure sections isincluded in the Teacher's Book. They also comp lained that wh enever he used th e lift, it seemed lik e hours before it was free - and the re was always a stran ge smell in there. D cssess anc judge could also be used in a formal report ; the phrasal verb size up is inap propriate, as it is informal. ~ Suggested answers B ~ 2 Ans wers l b2 c 3 d 4 a S e 6 h7 f 8 g Other exa mples of adverb clauses fro m the t ext : b time :.
Runnersgath er at the United Nations plaza and b. As many of thesetexts a re lon g up to 1,200 words , students areencouraged to lime their reading and to build up theirspeed. Her first album sold anunbelievable seven million copies. Such act ion would also help futu re people in th e scheme. D spent is also inapprop riat e fo r a person. Barry knew it had been wrong to steal. Answe rs 1 A 2 C 3 C 4 B 5 B 6 D ReadingFamily Ties If there is tim e.
Used for, used to , be successf ully. Can you suggest more reporting verbs that could be used in this way? StructureThis section contains most of the grammatical work inthe course other th an that which features in theEnglish in Use sections elsewhere. However, myawareness of the experience did not make th e dej 6-vufeeling go away, even when I tried not to repeat the pre-set pattern. Hes in the d yna mic s of th e rela tio n ship be tween these n vo protagonists, Anna Ratlton. As Andrew Arduini sipped on a glass of Soave, he recounted his day fo r us. The following features are included in the Teacher'sBook: The structure section has been placed a t the e nd ofeach unit so that it can be used out of seque nce orperhaps not at all if the teacher feel s the s tructuresbe ing covered a re alr eady und erstoo d by the s tudent s.
Have you ever had any problems with them? Paragraph F: - the writer's view on the reasons for t his change - Jafar Kareem's views on th e advantages and disadvantages of th is change are quoted. Some transcripts are included in the Student's Book when they are used for specific activities. Unless you can agree, you will have to go. The 'obse rve r' could time theconversation and assess each participant's turn-taking sk ills. Th ey sh ou ld use th e pic tures as a springboa rd for discussion , expanding on the similarities and differences, rather than merel y describing what is in each picture. Hypnosis is another rech nlque which can be used.