Inside Out

Inside Out Upper Intermediate Practice Online

Inside Out Upper Intermediate

ISBN 9780230725256

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This course accompanies 'Inside Out Upper Intermediate'. It corresponds to CEFR level B2 and Cambridge ESOL FCE. There are 14 Syllabus Items, including two 'Review' Syllabus Items, each matching a Student's Book unit. Within each Syllabus Item, resources are grouped into five categories - Grammar, Vocabulary, Pronunciation, Listening and Reading.

Why choose this course?

It will help you...

  • develop real-life communicative skills 
  • practise listening and pronunciation 
  • improve learning through web projects and games 
  • reinforce the language learnt in class

Key features

  • fourteen units, each corresponding to a unit in the student's book
  • includes 212 resources that cover language, grammar and vocabulary 
  • emphasis on communication and everyday English
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Syllabus details

  1. 1 Images
    1. Mixed tenses
    2. Simple v continuous
    3. The Martians are not coming
    4. Auxiliary verbs: summary and contrasts
    5. Inversion: with so, neither and nor
    6. A day at school
    7. Friends
    8. Question tags: word order
    9. Question tags
    10. Question tags
    11. An interview with an actress
    12. Question tags
    13. Embedded questions: word order
    14. Embedded questions: use
    15. Interviewing a young star
    16. Hotel requests
    17. You are what you wear
  2. 2 Family
    1. Teenagers
    2. Going out!
    3. Verb + object + verb: object + infinitive
    4. Verbs followed by an object and infinitive
    5. Infinitive v -ing form
    6. -ing form v infinitive
    7. Verbs and prepositions
    8. Verbs followed by prepositions: about, at, for, from, in
    9. Verbs followed by prepositions: into, of, on, to, with
    10. Vowel sounds
    11. Vowel sounds
    12. Vowel sounds
    13. Vowel sounds
    14. Vowel sounds
    15. Single vowel sounds
    16. Meet the boyfriend
    17. Meeting the parents
    18. Phrasal verbs with go and get
    19. Phrasal verbs with get
    20. Adjectives + infinitive
    21. Adjectives followed by prepositions: about, at, by, for
    22. Adjectives followed by prepositions: in, of, to, with
  3. 3 Money
    1. Colorama
    2. All about money
    3. Common collocations
    4. Articles: contrast of all forms
    5. Definite, indefinite and zero articles
    6. The schwa sound
    7. Money, money, money
    8. Second conditional: affirmative
    9. Second conditional: use
    10. Third conditional: affirmative
    11. Third conditional: use
    12. Second and third conditional
    13. Conditional: comparison of all forms
    14. Conditionals
    15. Conditionals
    16. I never leave home without it
    17. I couldn't live without it
    18. Connectors: time
    19. Do you want a pay rise?
    20. Choosing time expressions
    21. A message from Mum
  4. 4 Body
    1. Feeling ill
    2. A pain in the neck
    3. Keeping fit the right way
    4. Food and nutrition
    5. Your health
    6. Advice from an old hand
    7. Phrasal verbs: word order 1
    8. Phrasal verbs
    9. Mixed phrasal verbs
    10. Phrasal verbs
    11. Phrasal verbs
    12. Phrasal verbs with two prepositions
    13. Robbin' the Rich
  5. 5 Ritual
    1. Mad about cycling!
    2. Verbs followed by the infinitive: A-H
    3. Verbs followed by the infinitive: I-W
    4. Verbs followed by the -ing form: A-L
    5. Verbs followed by the -ing form: M-Z
    6. -ing forms and infinitives
    7. Infinitive v -ing form
    8. -ing form v infinitive
    9. -ing forms and infinitives
    10. Working in a restaurant
    11. Rituals
    12. Would v used to: past habits v past states
    13. Habits
    14. Annoying habits
    15. Are they angry?
    16. Amy's wedding
    17. Where are they?
  6. 6 Digital
    1. What do you do online?
    2. Match the picture
    3. Stative verbs
    4. Stative verbs
    5. Computer games
    6. Technology
    7. Present perfect simple v continuous
    8. Present perfect continuous
    9. Present perfect simple and continuous
    10. Points of view
    11. Different opinions
  7. 7 Review 1
    1. Mr Smith and the UFO
    2. Postcard to a friend
    3. Write me an email
    4. Adjectives and prepositions
    5. Mountains of the world
    6. The Balloon Fiesta
    7. How to succeed at an interview
    8. How to succeed at interviews
    9. What do you think I should do?
    10. Connecting phrasal verbs
    11. Usual Suspects
    12. Used to
    13. Used to v past simple
    14. Do you want to be healthy?
    15. The Big Squeeze
    16. Present continuous v present simple
    17. Present perfect simple and continuous
    18. Science museums online
  8. 8 Escape
    1. Holiday problems
    2. Holidays
    3. Reporting verbs: use
    4. Reporting verbs: list
    5. Reporting verbs
    6. Direct and reported speech
    7. Prefixes
    8. Word building
    9. Negative adjective prefixes
    10. Adjective prefixes (un-, im-, in-, ir-)
    11. Adjectives from nouns
    12. Prague v London
    13. Cities of the USA
    14. Bus tour of London
  9. 9 Attraction
    1. Plastic surgery
    2. Diet pills
    3. The passive: impersonal statements
    4. Passive
    5. Uses of have: have something done
    6. Cher
    7. Nouns from adjectives
    8. Compound adjectives
    9. Changing stress in nouns and adjectives
    10. Connectors: condition
  10. 10 Genius
    1. The Metropolitan Museum of Art
    2. What kind of paintings are they?
    3. Art galleries online
    4. Salvador Dali
    5. Escape from the Haunted Castle
    6. Progress report
    7. Common collocations
    8. Certainty/deduction: must, can't
    9. Underwater discovery
    10. Strange inventions
    11. Word building
    12. The lives of animals
    13. Narrative tenses contrasted
    14. A lost wallet
    15. Past simple and past continuous
    16. Past tenses
    17. A burglary
  11. 11 Sell
    1. Recognition of company logos and brands
    2. Advertising
    3. Presentation about an advertising campaign
    4. What does that mean?
    5. Developments in advertising and marketing
    6. Radio advertisements
    7. Relative clauses: structure 1
    8. Relative clauses: structure 2
    9. Defining v non-defining relative clauses: comparison
    10. Relative clauses
    11. Defining v non-defining relative clauses: use of that
    12. Using that in relative clauses
    13. Object pronoun omission in relative clauses
    14. Relative pronouns
    15. News items on the radio
    16. Comments on the cinema
    17. The making of Titanic
    18. The last film I saw
    19. Modifiers: amplifiers
  12. 12 Student
    1. My old teacher
    2. Teachers
    3. No regrets!
    4. Brown University, USA
    5. Possibility: be likely, be possible
    6. Will v future continuous v future perfect
    7. Virtual reality
    8. Future tenses
    9. Future tenses
    10. Present simple with future meaning: subordinate clauses
    11. Connectors: time
    12. Application letter extracts
    13. Letter of application
    14. Talking about CVs and job interviews
    15. Professor Keen's OJ Machine
  13. 13 Home
    1. Just being at home
    2. What does your room say about you?
    3. Determiners - quantifiers: a lot of, lots of, loads of, several
    4. Determiners - quantifiers: little/a little, few/a few
    5. Quantifiers
    6. Breakfast all over the world
    7. Food around the USA
    8. The passive: omission of agent
    9. The passive: by + agent
    10. Ryan's new song
    11. Passive
  14. 14 Review 2
    1. Warehouse fire
    2. Certainty and possibility
    3. Past tenses
    4. Past tenses
    5. Agatha Christie
    6. Relative clauses
    7. Defining and non-defining relative clauses
    8. Doing revision
    9. Future tenses
    10. The rain will have stopped by then
    11. Why do we go on holiday together?
    12. Passive forms
    13. Passive
    14. Mysteries: the Nazca Lines
    15. Exploring Easter Island