Inside Out

New American Inside Out Elementary Practice Online

New American Inside Out Elementary

ISBN 9780230751330

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This course accompanies 'New American Inside Out Elementary'. It corresponds to CEFR levels A1 and A2. 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, Vocabulary, Pronunciation, Listening, and Useful Phrases.

Why choose this course?

It will help you...

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

Key features

  • 144 resource, 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 Airport
    1. What language do they speak?
    2. The verb to be
    3. Plurals
    4. Singular and plural nouns
    5. Cell phone numbers
    6. How do you spell ...?
    7. Classroom language
  2. 2 People
    1. First day in the office
    2. Job descriptions
    3. Job types
    4. Stress patterns
    5. Memory
    6. Conference introductions
    7. Who are you?
    8. Small talk
  3. 3 Family
    1. Family life
    2. Mandy's family tree
    3. Talking about families
    4. Family relationships
    5. Possessive case: form
    6. Possessives
    7. Family possessions
    8. Following instructions
  4. 4 Different
    1. Dislikes
    2. Likes and dislikes
    3. What do Mike and Emma have in common?
    4. The same but different
    5. Object pronouns: pronoun reference
    6. Late for Dinner
    7. Who's your dad?
    8. What does Mrs. Bari do?
  5. Review A
    1. School open house
    2. Subject pronouns
    3. Is it your favorite sport?
    4. Simple present
    5. Word stress
    6. Word stress patterns
    7. Meet my family
    8. People and activities
  6. 5 Days
    1. Telling the time
    2. Jack's busy week
    3. What I do on Saturdays
    4. Gobbling Goblins
    5. Can I help you?
    6. Telling the time
  7. 6 Living
    1. Adverbs of frequency: never to always
    2. Adverbs of frequency: word order
    3. The lake club
    4. Numbers
    5. Working in Philadelphia
    6. Festivals around the world
  8. 7 Ocean
    1. I play volleyball
    2. My day yesterday
    3. Simple past
    4. Simple past
    5. Simple past of have
    6. Simple past regular: spelling
    7. Two stories
    8. Describing the weather
  9. 8 Alone
    1. Simple past
    2. What did you do last weekend?
    3. Tell me about your weekend
    4. Questions in the simple past
    5. Imperative: Let's
    6. Why don't you ...?
    7. Florida vacation
    8. The weather forecast
  10. Review B
    1. Mr. Gonzales starts work at 9 a.m.
    2. Pret a Porter
    3. Simple present vs. simple past
    4. Simple past
    5. Agent 700
    6. What's the question?
    7. Sally's sports schedule
    8. Windsurfing
  11. 9 Hotel
    1. Leisure resort
    2. My house
    3. Who lives there?
    4. Beach life
    5. Prepositions of place 1
    6. When in Rome ...
    7. Furniture and appliances
  12. 10 Food
    1. Food
    2. Word stress
    3. Countable and uncountable nouns
    4. Skater Waiter
    5. Patsy and Bob go camping
    6. What's on the menu?
  13. 11 Looks
    1. Describing people
    2. Present progressive: use
    3. Present progressive: spelling
    4. Present progressive
    5. My favorite clothes
    6. Asking for information in a store
  14. 12 Money
    1. Money
    2. Spot the difference
    3. Comparative and superlative adjectives
    4. Spare-time activities
    5. Find the schwa
    6. Materials for recycling
  15. Review C
    1. Word stress
    2. Much, many
    3. Healthy eating
    4. Adjectives
    5. Furniture and appliances
    6. Where are the keys?
    7. Vowel sounds
    8. Booking a restaurant
  16. 13 Talent
    1. Ability: can
    2. Vowel sounds
    3. Talents
    4. What kind of people are they?
    5. Adverbs
  17. 14 TV
    1. Television programs
    2. Life on a desert island
    3. Going places
    4. Intonation
    5. Contractions
    6. Future with going to: interrogative
    7. Future with going to: affirmative
  18. 15 Experiences
    1. Present perfect
    2. Have you ever been in love?
    3. Irregular past forms
    4. My life has changed so much!
    5. Eating out
    6. Restaurants and eating out
  19. 16 Drive
    1. How do you get to work?
    2. Prepositions of movement 1
    3. Prepositions of movement 2
    4. Finding your way
    5. Calling All Cars
    6. The worst job
    7. What are these places?
  20. Review D
    1. Adjectives and adverbs
    2. How do I get there?
    3. The natural world
    4. Robot Wars
    5. Astro Explorer - Easy