Inside Out

New American Inside Out Advanced Practice Online

New American Inside Out Advanced

ISBN 9780230762039

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This course accompanies 'New American Inside Out Advanced'. It corresponds to CEFR level C1. There are 12 syllabus items, each matching a student's book unit, as well as four 'review' syllabus items. Resources are grouped into five categories - Grammar, Listening, Pronunciation, Reading, and Vocabulary.

Why choose this course?

It will help you...

  • improve communication through listening, speaking and pronunciation practice 
  • build on vocabulary and grammar for everyday use 
  • review your own progress and gain independence

Key features

  • 170 resources, with extensive and varied reading and listening exercises to develop everyday English
  • a topical focus on language skills relevant to personal, academic and professional life
  • four review sections reinforcing language skills learnt in preceding units
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Syllabus details

  1. 1 Conversation
    1. Mick Malone's life story
    2. Adverbs of frequency: word order
    3. Adverbs: word order
    4. Adverbial phrases: time
    5. Best-selling book review
    6. Adjectives and adverbs
    7. Forming adjectives
    8. Nouns from adjectives
    9. Nouns and verbs
    10. From a verb to a noun
    11. Word formation
    12. The difference between men and women
    13. Trouble and strife
    14. Getting married
    15. Are they angry?
  2. 2 Taste
    1. What food is good for you?
    2. Order of adjectives
    3. Adjective word order
    4. What's cooking?
    5. Food in the Harbor City
    6. The Sony Ericsson Empire Film Awards
    7. Narrative tenses contrasted
    8. Past tenses
    9. Waiter, waiter ...
    10. Eating out
    11. Pronoun reference
    12. Different opinions
    13. Does he believe it?
    14. Are you sure you want that new job?
  3. 3 City
    1. City quiz
    2. On business in Bermuda
    3. Inversion: negative expressions
    4. Inversion
    5. Inversion
    6. The Olympic Games
    7. Uses of just
    8. Cities of the U.S.A.
    9. A visit to New York
    10. Shoplifting
  4. Review A
    1. Past tenses
    2. Not a good move
    3. Verbaticus Temple
    4. Astro Explorer - Difficult
    5. Agreeing to disagree
    6. Describing people
    7. The future of newspapers
  5. 4 Story
    1. Overheard phone calls
    2. A professional storyteller
    3. How to tell a story
    4. Would: form
    5. A strange creature
    6. Children's literature
    7. Future in the past
    8. Identifying strong forms of auxiliary verbs
  6. 5 Bargain
    1. Buy and sell
    2. Conversations in a store
    3. Articles
    4. Articles: a vs. an
    5. Articles: contrast of all forms
    6. Articles: use of definite article
    7. Articles: use of indefinite article
    8. Articles: use of zero article
    9. American vs. British English: spelling
    10. American vs. British English: vocabulary
    11. Prepositions in relative clauses
  7. 6 Mind
    1. How intelligent are dolphins?
    2. Ways of looking
    3. Watch or look?
    4. Stative verbs
    5. Simple vs. progressive
    6. Can + verbs of perception
    7. Participles: clauses
    8. Meeting David Beckham
  8. Review B
    1. The world of mystery and crime
    2. Relative clauses
    3. Participle clauses
    4. Past predictions
    5. At the airport
  9. 7 Digital
    1. Is there life on other planets?
    2. Will vs. future progressive vs. future perfect
    3. Simple future perfect vs. progressive
    4. Science fiction?
    5. Future tense contrasts
    6. Future tenses
    7. Future tenses
    8. Connectors: coordinating
    9. Connectors: balancing
    10. Connectors: contrast
    11. Why video games are so popular
    12. Video games
    13. What do you do online?
    14. Inventions
    15. Complex sentences
    16. Compounds: adjectives and verbs
    17. Compound adjectives
  10. 8 The law
    1. The law
    2. A policeman's tale
    3. Word linking in connected speech
    4. Possibility: could, may, might
    5. Certainty/deduction: must, can't
    6. Advice/opinion: should, ought to
    7. A money problem
    8. Q & A session
    9. News pieces on the radio
    10. A daring bank robbery
    11. Sports star in court
    12. Inversion: with so and such
    13. Inversion: with so, neither and nor
    14. Time travelers in amber
  11. 9 Night
    1. Connectors: contrast
    2. Syllable stress
    3. Stress
    4. Stress
    5. Phrasal verbs: word order 1
    6. Phrasal verbs
    7. Phrasal verbs
    8. Third/Unreal conditional: affirmative
    9. Third/Unreal conditional: negative
    10. Third/Unreal conditional: interrogative
    11. Third/Unreal conditional: use
    12. Inversion: conditional sentences
    13. Mixed conditional
    14. I wish ...
    15. I wish I'd done that
    16. An aging movie star looks back
    17. No regrets!
    18. Concessive clauses and adverbials
  12. Review C
    1. Corporate competition
    2. Certainty and possibility
    3. Will computers become the new pleasure domes?
    4. The Word is Not Enough - Difficult
    5. Robbin' the Rich
  13. 10 Footprints
    1. Passive
    2. Passive
    3. Passive
    4. Wonders of the world
    5. Comparative adjectives: + -er
    6. Comparative adjectives: more + adjective
    7. Comparative adjectives: irregular comparatives
    8. Comparative adjectives: the ... the
    9. Comparative adjectives: double comparatives
    10. Comparative adjectives: (not) as ... as; less ... than
    11. Comparison of adverbs: comparatives
    12. Expressing cause and result
    13. Comparative structures
  14. 11 Words
    1. English: a global language
    2. Language needs
    3. Learning a language
    4. Pronoun contrast
    5. Impersonal pronouns: you, one, it, there
    6. Object pronoun omission in relative clauses
    7. One/ones: use
    8. Highway 101
    9. A politician's statement
    10. General Gyst
  15. 12 Conscience
    1. Unreal tenses: wish, if only, would rather, it's time, hope
    2. Unreal tenses
    3. Present, past or future?
    4. Sentence stress
    5. Contrastive stress
    6. Sentence stress
    7. Travel comments
    8. Olympic planning
  16. Review D
    1. Being green
    2. Nile News
    3. Vacations with a conscience
    4. Second/Unreal conditional