INTERMEDIATE STUDENT S BOOK B1+ Adrian Doff, Craig Thaine Herbert Puchta, Jeff Stranks, Peter Lewis-Jones with Rachel Godfrey and Gareth Davies

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1 INTERMEDIATE STUDENT S BOOK B1+ Adrian Doff, Craig Thaine Herbert Puchta, Jeff Stranks, Peter Lewis-Jones with Rachel ...

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E T A I D E M INTER K O O B S ’ T TUDEN

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B1+ Adrian Doff, Craig Thaine Herbert Puchta, Jeff Stranks, Peter Lewis-Jones with Rachel Godfrey and Gareth Davies

Contents Lesson and objective Grammar Unit 1 Talk Getting started Talk about communication 1A Talk about different forms of Subject and object communication questions 1B Describe experiences in the Present simple and present present continuous 1C Give and respond to opinions  

Vocabulary

Pronunciation

Communication

Sound and spelling: /ɪ/ and /iː/

1D

 

Write a guide

 

Gradable and Sentence stress: gradable and extreme adjectives extreme adjectives   Word groups

Review and extension More practice Unit 2 Modern life Getting started Talk about the workplace 2A Talk about experiences of work Present perfect simple and training and past simple 2B Talk about technology Present perfect simple and present perfect continuous 2C Make and respond to suggestions  

WORDPOWER yourself

2D

 

Write an email giving news

 

Work Technology

 

Sentence stress

WORDPOWER look

3B

Talk about families

used to, usually

3C

Tell a story

 

Family; Multi-word Sentence stress: multi-word verbs verbs   Stress in word groups

3D

Write about someone’s life

 

  WORDPOWER have

Ability

Stress in modal verbs

4B

Describe feelings

Articles

Sound and spelling: final -ed in adjectives

4C

Offer and ask for help

 

-ed / -ing adjectives; Personality adjectives  

4D

Write an informal online advert

 

 

5B

Talk about if and when

5C

Give reasons, results and examples Write a discussion essay

5D

Review and extension

2

More practice

Zero conditional and first conditional    

Making and responding to suggestions

Linking sounds

Review and extension More practice Unit 4 Personality Getting started Talk about people 4A Describe people and their abilities Modals and phrases of ability

Review and extension More practice Unit 5 The natural world Getting started Talk about endangered animals 5A Talk about the future Future forms

Giving and responding to opinions

Present perfect and past simple: I’ve worked / I worked Sentence stress: main verb / auxiliary verb

Review and extension More practice Unit 3 Relationships Getting started Talk about relationships 3A Talk about a friendship Narrative tenses

Relationships

Everyday English

Intonation in question tags

Telling a story

Offering and asking for help

WORDPOWER so and such

Environmental issues The natural world

Sound and spelling: a

 

Voiced and unvoiced consonants

Consonant clusters

 

WORDPOWER problem

Giving reasons, results and examples

Contents Listening and Video

Reading

Speaking

A talk: communicating across the generations

Article: How do you communicate? Article: Can you really learn a language in 22 hours?

Things you have done recently

At the flower shop

Learning a foreign language Giving and responding to opinions; Using me too, me neither

Conversation: learning vocabulary

Article: What kind of learner are you?

Ways of learning vocabulary

Radio report: likeability

Article: Not the best interview I’ve ever had! Article: What’s your favourite app?

Work-related experiences

A problem

Conversation: life changes

An email about a new job

Film review: ‘Untouchable’ – the true story of an unlikely friendship

Making and responding to suggestions; Sounding sympathetic or pleased Life changes

A mistake

Reacting to what people say; Telling a story A member of your family

Radio programme: successful people

Article: What happens to talented children when they grow up? Article: Why the world needs introverts

Asking for help Three monologues: websites

Three online adverts

Conversation: an environmental project Interview: inventions inspired by nature Talking about possible jobs

Web page: The Whitley Fund for Nature Article: Animals have adapted to survive everywhere

Monologue: rescuing whales

A guide Introducing a purpose; Referring pronouns

Unit Progress Test

An informal email Adding new information

The story of a friendship

Family traditions

An email about how grandparents met

Unit Progress Test

Interviewing classmates about technology

Two monologues: being a twin

Conversation: grandparents

Writing

Unit Progress Test

A biography Describing time

Becoming successful at something

A time when you experienced strong feelings

Question tags; Offering and asking for help Using the internet to buy and sell things

Unit Progress Test

An informal online advert The language of adverts

Predictions about the future

The best place to experience natural beauty Reasons, results and examples; Unit Progress Test Giving yourself time to think An essay about water pollution A quiz about whales A discussion essay Organising an essay; Signposting language

3

Lesson and objective Grammar Unit 6  Different cultures Getting started  Talk about different cultures 6A Talk about advice and rules Modals of obligation 6B

Describe food

6C

Ask for and give recommendations

6D

Write a review of a restaurant or café

Comparatives and superlatives  

 

Vocabulary

Sounding interested

Buildings

7B

Describe a town or city

Quantifiers

7C

Make offers and ask for permission

 

Verbs and prepositions  

WORDPOWER go

7D

Write a note with useful   information Review and extension  More practice Unit 8 Information Getting started  Talk about an interesting news story 8A Talk about the news Reported speech 8B Talk about what other people say Verb patterns  

8D

Write an email summary of   a news story Review and extension  More practice Unit 9 Entertainment Getting started  Talk about street entertainers 9A Talk about films and TV The passive

Modal verbs: sounding the final t or d Sentence stress: verbs and prepositions Sounding polite

WORDPOWER over

The news Shopping; Reporting verbs  

Sound and spelling: /g/ and /k/ Sound and spelling: /s/ and /z/ Sound and spelling: /h/ and /w/

WORDPOWER in/on + noun

Cinema and TV

Auxiliary verbs in passive sentences

Defining and nonMusic; Worddefining relative clauses building (nouns)

Relative clauses: pausing; Word stress

9C

Recommend and respond to recommendations Write an article

 

 

Showing contrast

 

 

10C

Talk about possible problems and   reassure someone

10D

Write an email with advice

Review and extension  More practice Communication Plus  p.127

4

Generalising and being vague

 

Give extra information

Review and extension  More practice Unit 10 Opportunities Getting started  Talk about different kinds of opportunities 10A Talk about new things you would Second conditional like to do 10B Talk about imagined past events Third conditional

Making offers and asking for permission

 

9B

9D

Asking for and giving recommendations

 

Modals of deduction

Generalise and be vague

Everyday English

Compound nouns; Word stress: compound nouns Multi-word verbs Describing food Sound and spelling: /ʃ/ and /tʃ/

Review and extension  More practice Unit 7  House and home Getting started  Talk about ideal houses 7A Describe a building

8C

Pronunciation

Recommending and responding

WORDPOWER see, look at, watch, hear, listen to

Sport; Adjectives Sentence stress: would and prepositions Expressions with Sentence stress: would and have do, make and take   Sounding sure and unsure

 

 

Grammar Focus  p.132

WORDPOWER Easily confused words Vocabulary Focus  p.152

Talking about possible problems and reassuring someone

Contents Listening and Video

Conversation: a TV programme Monologue: vending machines in Japan Planning to get married

Three monologues: special occasions

Conversation: comparing life in a town and a city Meeting the parents

Conversation: a holiday in Florida

Reading

Speaking

Article: The Toughest Place to be a … Blog: Hungry adventures

Advice about living in another country Describing a special meal

Reviews of a café

Asking for and giving recommendations; Sounding interested Places to go out

Web page: A more personal place to stay Five reasons why small towns are better than cities

Article: Everyone’s a journalist

Giving good news

A news website Describing experiences using reporting verbs Generalising; Being vague

A news story

Air travel

Radio discussion: CGI in films

Article: Film-making has changed a lot in the last 100 years – or has it … ? Article: The three best music festivals you’ve probably never heard of

Recommending a film or TV show

Planning an evening out Two monologues: live music

A blog about staying at home

Conversation: trying new sports

Making a marriage proposal

Audioscripts

p.162

Unit Progress Test

A note with useful information Offering choices

Unit Progress Test

An email about a news story Summarising information

A music experience

Recommending and responding; Asking someone to wait Live music

Unit Progress Test

An article about a form of entertainment Contrasting ideas; The structure of an article

Taking new opportunities Article: Searching for serendipity

Monologue: volunteering

Two reviews Positive and negative language; adverbs

Talking about where you live

Monologue: a news story

Three monologues: music experiences

Unit Progress Test

Describing buildings

Making offers, requests and asking for permission; Imagining people’s feelings Article: Top five things to do … A recent holiday in and around Miami; A note

Conversation: a fake restaurant

Writing

A web page about volunteering; Emails giving advice

A past event that made life better Talking about possible problems and Unit Progress Test reassuring someone; Changing the subject Volunteering An email with advice Advising someone a course of action

Phonemic symbols and Irregular verbs

p.174

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