Breakthrough

Breakthrough 2 Practice Online

Breakthrough 2

ISBN 9780230751620

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This course accompanies 'Breakthrough 2'. There are 12 units. Each unit matches a unit in the Student Book. There is also a review unit after every three units to match the Review sections in the Student Book. Resources are grouped into six categories: Grammar, Vocabulary, Pronunciation, Listening, Language games and Video.

Why choose this course?

It will help you...

  • develop skills in all four areas: speaking, listening, writing and reading
  • practise language used in everyday situations
  • improve fluency and build learner confidence

Key features

  • twelve units, each matching a unit of the coursebook
  • four additional review units matching the coursebook review sections
  • 150 resources including a variety of exercises
  • exclusive video content
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Syllabus details

  1. Lifestyles
    1. The weather in Scotland
    2. Interview with a TV director
    3. The lake club
    4. The water sports center
    5. Adverbs of frequency: never to always
    6. Adverbs of frequency: word order
    7. Daily life
    8. Making collocations
    9. Life of a fitness freak
    10. The Spy Who Overheard Me
  2. Leisure
    1. Sally's sports schedule
    2. Do you like that?
    3. Robot Wars
    4. Life in the big city
    5. Noisy neighbors
    6. The same but different
    7. The recycling center
    8. Leisure resort
    9. Paradise Islands
    10. Sentence stress
  3. Getting along
    1. Offers and requests
    2. Modals of permission
    3. Requests
    4. At the airport
    5. Intonation
    6. Robbin' the Rich
    7. Agent 700 - The Director's Cut
    8. Going out!
    9. Julie's bossy parents
  4. Review 1
    1. An evening's entertainment
    2. Simple present vs. present progressive
    3. Ron the burglar
    4. The Magic Forest
    5. Six honest serving men
    6. A tour of Dublin
    7. Roger's hobby
    8. Protecting our planet
    9. Word linking
    10. Market research
  5. Interests
    1. Windsurfing
    2. Past and present hobbies
    3. China Times
    4. Television programs
    5. Simple past
    6. A singer's story
    7. Crazy about cycling!
    8. Jobs around the house
    9. Mystery person
    10. Vowel sounds
  6. Telling a story
    1. What were they doing yesterday?
    2. Eatin' in the Rain
    3. Simple past and past progressive
    4. Hard at Work
    5. A funny thing happened
    6. Simple past vs. past progressive
    7. A memorable journey
    8. Ghost story
    9. Find the schwa
    10. Synonyms - adjectives
  7. Celebrations
    1. Will, won't, going to
    2. A working vacation
    3. Where are they?
    4. A kidnapping plan
    5. The Field Show
    6. Future with going to: use
    7. Will vs. going to
    8. Students talking over coffee
    9. I'm a party organizer
    10. Weather report
  8. Review 2
    1. A Titanic romance
    2. Will and going to
    3. Just letting you know
    4. Entertaining your clients
    5. Music
    6. Syllable count
    7. Encounter with a hippo
    8. Going places
    9. Spanish Galleon Treasure
    10. Plans for my party
  9. Food and drink
    1. Let me buy you lunch
    2. My favorite sandwich
    3. Tentaclones
    4. The Paintball Fight
    5. Patsy and Bob go camping
    6. Booking a restaurant
    7. Healthy eating
    8. Countable and uncountable nouns
    9. Determiners - quantifiers: much vs. many
    10. Quantifiers
  10. Rules
    1. Signs
    2. A visit to the school library
    3. Breaking rules
    4. Do I have to?
    5. Modals of obligation and necessity
    6. Necessity and obligation
    7. Uses of have: obligation
    8. Lost and Found Blues
    9. Taking a flight?
    10. Sentence stress
  11. Experiences
    1. At the hotel
    2. A great explorer!
    3. My life has changed so much!
    4. The worst job I have ever had
    5. Ghosts
    6. Have you ever been in love?
    7. Taking a trip
    8. Intonation
    9. Word stress
    10. Travel language
  12. Review 3
    1. Obligation/necessity: mustn't, don't have to
    2. Obligation/necessity: need, must, mustn't, have to, don't have to, didn't need to.
    3. No Finer Diner
    4. Professor Keen's Eggcellent Breakfast
    5. Elementary Test 05
    6. The aquarium
    7. What's on the menu?
    8. Eating and drinking
    9. Vowel sounds
  13. Health
    1. Feeling sick
    2. Health and safety
    3. Modals of obligation
    4. Life changes
    5. Sounds
    6. Why don't you ...?
    7. You have ten messages
    8. Personal problem hotlines
    9. Molly in the Building on Fire
  14. Comparisons
    1. Free time
    2. Ask the pilot
    3. The most multicultural city in the world
    4. Living in Italy
    5. Elementary Test 12
    6. Who is the fittest?
    7. Comparative and superlative adjectives
    8. Young people now and then
    9. Syllable count
  15. The modern world
    1. Present perfect with for and since
    2. A busy kitchen
    3. It's a dog's life
    4. Information technology
    5. Going underground
    6. Present perfect with adverbs of time
    7. I've lived here for three years
    8. My colleagues
    9. Vowel sounds
    10. Describing objects
  16. Review 4
    1. Finding the opposite
    2. Adjectives
    3. Superlatives
    4. Adjective position
    5. For, since and ago
    6. Fan club radio phone-in competition
    7. A day at the office
    8. English expressions
    9. Professor Keen's Peeling Machine
    10. Uses of just