Inside Out

New American Inside Out Beginner Practice Online

New American Inside Out Beginner

ISBN 9780230762084

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£12

This course accompanies 'New American Inside Out Beginner'. It corresponds to CEFR level A1. There are 12 Syllabus Items, each matching a Student's Book unit, as well as four 'Review' Syllabus Items. Within each Syllabus Item, resources are grouped into five categories - Grammar, Vocabulary, Pronunciation, Listening and Useful phrases.

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 learnt in preceding units
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Syllabus details

  1. 1 ID
    1. Contractions of the verb to be
    2. Letters and numbers
    3. Cell phone numbers
    4. Classroom objects
  2. 2 International
    1. The verb to be
    2. Who are you?
    3. Shopping
    4. Word stress
  3. 3 Relatives
    1. Possessive adjectives: form
    2. The family tree
    3. Possessives
    4. This is my family
    5. Possessive adjectives
    6. Conference introductions
  4. Review A
    1. Who's he?
    2. School open house
    3. Subject pronouns
    4. Meet my family
    5. Hotel check-in
  5. 4 Favorites
    1. Likes and dislikes
    2. Dislikes
    3. Is this your bag?
    4. The taxi driver
    5. Word stress patterns
    6. Word stress
  6. 5 Life
    1. An interview with Pete
    2. Question words
    3. Jobs
    4. Places of work
    5. Stress patterns
    6. Intonation
  7. 6 24/7
    1. What time is it?
    2. A mail carrier's day
    3. Max's day
    4. My job
    5. Daily routine
  8. Review B
    1. Interview with Maria
    2. What time is it?
    3. Getting the time right
    4. Syllable stress
    5. Family possessions
    6. The Neighborhood
  9. 7 NYC
    1. Places and buildings
    2. Is there a bank on this street?
    3. There is, there are
    4. This year's conference
    5. Intonation
    6. Vowel sounds
  10. 8 Homes
    1. My bedroom
    2. Houses
    3. Furniture and appliances
    4. Consonant sounds
    5. Socializing
  11. 9 Diet
    1. Fruit, vegetable, dairy or meat?
    2. Modern communication
    3. Adverbs of frequency: never to always
    4. Adverbs of frequency: word order
    5. Vowel sounds
    6. What's on the menu?
  12. Review C
    1. Do you like that?
    2. An unusual pet
    3. Question formation
    4. Interview with a TV director
    5. Countable and uncountable nouns
    6. In my room
    7. Intonation
  13. 10 Clothes
    1. What color is it?
    2. I don't like the color!
    3. Present progressive
    4. Where in the world ... ?
    5. Simple present vs. present progressive
    6. Sentence stress
    7. Asking for information in a store
  14. 11 Events
    1. Be: simple past affirmative
    2. Be: simple past negative
    3. Be: simple past interrogative
    4. Be: simple past use
    5. Questions and short answers with was and were
    6. Identifying stress in three-syllable words
  15. 12 Hero
    1. Sports
    2. What sports do you like?
    3. Different hobbies
    4. Simple past
    5. My day yesterday
    6. What's your hobby?
    7. Sounds
  16. Review D
    1. Present progressive
    2. Simple present and present progressive
    3. Negative forms of present tenses
    4. Were you sick?
    5. Simple past
    6. I play volleyball
    7. Intonation
    8. Cabinda's life