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Gateway B1+ Practice Online

Gateway B1+

ISBN 9780230761971

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This course accompanies 'Gateway B1+'. There are ten units, each matching a student's book unit. Resources are grouped into five categories: grammar, vocabulary, pronunciation, exam preparation and practice tests.

Why choose this course?

It will help you...

  • develop correct pronunciation
  • reinforce grammar and vocabulary 
  • boost your confidence for school-leaving exams and for Cambridge PET
  • prepare for university and the world of work

Key features

  • designed to lead teenage students to success in school-leaving and university entrance examinations
  • 160 resources divided into 10 units to mirror the student's book syllabus 
  • every unit includes varied activities and a practice test to check progress 
  • includes practice material for Cambridge PET
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Syllabus details

  1. Identity match
    1. Stative verbs
    2. Negative forms of present tenses
    3. Ideal partners
    4. Choosing the right job
    5. Syllable count
    6. Sentence stress
    7. Present simple and present continuous
    8. Stative verbs
    9. Present simple v continuous
    10. Present continuous
    11. The water sports centre
    12. Adverbs of frequency: word order
    13. Describing people
    14. PET for Schools Paper 1 Reading Part 2
    15. PET/PET for Schools Paper 1 Writing Part 1
    16. Intermediate Test 07
  2. Epic journeys
    1. Used to: verb, adjective
    2. Past perfect: affirmative
    3. Describing journeys
    4. Word linking
    5. Intonation
    6. Habits
    7. Used to
    8. Last winter ...
    9. Past simple and past continuous
    10. Past simple v past perfect
    11. Past simple v past continuous
    12. Taking a flight?
    13. Going on a trip
    14. PET/PET for Schools Paper 1 Reading Part 5
    15. PET/PET for Schools Paper 2 Part 3
    16. Intermediate Test 06
  3. City life
    1. A new home
    2. A new lifestyle
    3. Intermediate Test 10
    4. Present perfect simple
    5. Present perfect simple v continuous
    6. Present perfect continuous
    7. Present perfect with adverbs of time
    8. Present perfect continuous: affirmative
    9. Present perfect: use
    10. Modifiers: amplifiers
    11. Past simple v present perfect
    12. Ambitious Dubai
    13. A trip abroad
    14. PET for Schools Paper 1 Writing Part 1
    15. PET for Schools Paper 1 Writing Part 1
  4. Food for thought
    1. Life in the year 2100
    2. Lynne's plans
    3. Present simple with future meaning: fixed events
    4. What shall we do?
    5. Intermediate Test 18
    6. What are your plans?
    7. Sally's diary
    8. Virtual reality
    9. Future continuous: use
    10. Future perfect: use
    11. Cooking
    12. A healthy recipe
    13. My favourite sandwich
    14. Interested or not?
    15. PET/PET for Schools Paper 2 Part 1
    16. PET/PET for Schools Paper 2 Part 4
  5. Learning for life
    1. Modals of permission
    2. Volcano
    3. Graduation day
    4. Albert Einstein's education
    5. Syllable stress
    6. Word stress
    7. Modal verbs
    8. Advice/opinion: should, ought to
    9. Obligation/necessity: mustn't, don't have to
    10. Permission: can, may
    11. Second conditional
    12. Second conditional: use
    13. What are you studying?
    14. PET for Schools Paper 2 Part 1
    15. PET for Schools Paper 1 Reading Part 1
    16. Intermediate Test 12
  6. Appliance of science
    1. Campus passives
    2. The World Cup
    3. Home entertainment
    4. Sentence stress
    5. Intermediate Test 16
    6. Guest information
    7. Buying goods and equipment
    8. Passive
    9. Uses of have: have something done
    10. How are bottles recycled?
    11. Passive v active
    12. Useful things
    13. Some snapshots of technological developments
    14. PET/PET for schools Paper 1 Reading Part 3
    15. PET for Schools Paper 2 Part 4
  7. Game on!
    1. Relative pronouns in impersonal statements
    2. Defining and non-defining relative clauses
    3. Object pronoun omission in relative clauses
    4. Relative clauses
    5. The world of mystery and crime
    6. My favourite sport
    7. Words with three or more syllables
    8. Syllable stress
    9. PET Paper 1 Reading Part 5
    10. Using that in relative clauses
    11. Defining v non-defining relative clauses: comparison
    12. Relative clauses: use
    13. Football
    14. What's your favourite sport?
    15. PET Paper 2 Part 4
    16. Upper Intermediate Test 05
  8. Art attack
    1. Reported commands: reported imperative
    2. Regular past tense verb endings
    3. FCE Paper 3 Part 1
    4. Intermediate Test 17
    5. Reported speech
    6. What did they say?
    7. Direct speech
    8. Reported questions: wh- questions
    9. Reported statements
    10. What did you say?
    11. An interview with Picasso
    12. Music
    13. A love of painting
    14. Reading for pleasure
    15. Film trailers
    16. FCE Paper 1 Part 3
  9. History's mysteries
    1. Possibility: could, may, might
    2. Ancient art
    3. FCE Paper 4 Part 3
    4. Intermediate Test 21
    5. The greatest figures of the last millennium
    6. Certainty and possibility
    7. Certainty/deduction: must, can't
    8. Third conditional: use
    9. Conditional: comparison of all forms
    10. Third conditional: negative
    11. Underwater discovery
    12. Talking about history
    13. Winston Churchill
    14. Weak and strong forms
    15. Weak and strong forms
    16. FCE Paper 3 Part 4
  10. Shop until you drop
    1. Would you like anything to eat?
    2. Unreal tenses: wish, if only, would rather, it's time, hope
    3. Talking about a conference
    4. Infinitive: with indefinite pronouns
    5. Shopping
    6. Shopping preferences
    7. Conversations in a shop
    8. Sentence stress
    9. Intermediate Test 22
    10. Indefinite pronouns: some, any, every, no + compounds
    11. I wish ...
    12. I wish I'd done that
    13. Shopping around
    14. Going shopping
    15. FCE Paper 3 Part 1
    16. FCE Paper 4 Part 4