Inside Out

New American Inside Out Intermediate Practice Online

New American Inside Out Intermediate

ISBN 9780230751439

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£12

This course accompanies 'New American Inside Out Intermediate'. It corresponds to CEFR level B1. There are 12 syllabus items, each matching a student's book unit, as well as four 'review' syllabus items. Resources are grouped into six categories - Listening, Reading, Grammar, Vocabulary, Pronunciation, 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

  • over 100 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 Friends
    1. Wh- questions
    2. Wh- questions: subject
    3. Wh- questions: object
    4. All about you
    5. What do you do online?
    6. Adverbs of frequency: word order
    7. Friendship
    8. Double trouble - twins!
  2. 2 Adrenalin
    1. A trip overseas
    2. Present perfect
    3. Simple past vs. past progressive
    4. Swimming with a whale
    5. What's your favorite sport?
    6. I do aerobics
    7. Ask the pilot
    8. Superlatives
    9. Comparative adjectives: (not) as ... as; less ... than
    10. Personal problem hotlines
  3. 3 Relationships
    1. Talking about families
    2. Stative verbs
    3. Present progressive vs. simple present
    4. Rock star crazy
    5. Simple present perfect vs. present perfect progressive
    6. Present perfect: simple and progressive
    7. Describing people
    8. Identifying stress in three-syllable words
  4. Review A
    1. Street Cats
    2. Market research
    3. Mixed tenses
    4. Simple past and past progressive
    5. A funny thing happened
    6. Choosing the right job
    7. Syllable stress
    8. Stative verbs
  5. 4 Party
    1. Future tenses: will/won't vs. going to vs. present progressive
    2. What are your plans?
    3. Will vs. going to
    4. Let's go to the movies
    5. Party time
    6. Indefinite pronouns: use
    7. An invitation
    8. The Field Show
  6. 5 Edible
    1. Chocolate
    2. Countable and uncountable nouns
    3. Some, any, no, a/an
    4. Quantity words
    5. Word stress
    6. Would vs. used to: past habits vs. past states
    7. Used to
    8. Eating out
    9. Restaurants and eating out
  7. 6 Time
    1. You have ten messages
    2. Dates and times
    3. Pret a Porter
    4. Obligation/necessity: must, have to
    5. Obligation/necessity: mustn't, don't have to
    6. Modal verbs
    7. Obligation and advice
    8. Office politics
    9. Letter of application
  8. Review B
    1. Will vs. going to
    2. Would you like anything to eat?
    3. Habits
    4. Would: repeated actions in the past
    5. Prepositions of time
    6. Modal verbs
    7. Syllable stress
    8. Festivals around the world
  9. 7 News
    1. Fitness freaks
    2. Verb + object + verb: object + infinitive
    3. Here is the news...
    4. The passive: passive vs. active
    5. The passive: omission of agent
    6. Mixed passives
    7. Passive forms
    8. Passive
  10. 8 Travel
    1. A memorable journey
    2. Prague vs. New York
    3. Certainty/deduction: must, can't
    4. Who did it?
    5. Underwater discovery
    6. Word stress
    7. Past perfect: affirmative
    8. A horror story
    9. Vacation problems
    10. How do I get there?
    11. Possibility: could, may, might
  11. 9 Opinions
    1. Reported speech: past reporting verbs
    2. Reported speech: tense changes
    3. What did they say?
    4. Secret diary
    5. The last movie I saw
    6. Reported questions: wh- questions
    7. Reported questions: yes/no questions
    8. Adjectives ending in -ed and -ing: list
    9. Children's literature
    10. Points of view
  12. Review C
    1. Going out
    2. Passive vs. active
    3. A lost wallet
    4. Visit to a shipwreck
    5. The spy granny
    6. Adjectives
    7. A daring bank robbery
  13. 10 Childhood
    1. Relative clauses: structure 1
    2. Relative clauses: structure 2
    3. Object pronoun omission in relative clauses
    4. First/Real conditional: use
    5. If you walk under a ladder ...
    6. What could you do?
    7. Embedded/Indirect questions: use
    8. Going out!
    9. Describing objects
  14. 11 Age
    1. Adverbs of manner: word order
    2. Second/Unreal conditional: use
    3. Second/Unreal conditional
    4. I wish ...
    5. An aging movie star looks back
    6. Third/Unreal conditional: use
    7. Conditionals
    8. No regrets!
    9. Give me a call
  15. 12 Style
    1. Molly in the Building on Fire
    2. Fashion
    3. Order of adjectives
    4. The Big Jump
    5. Uses of have: have something done
    6. Take a vacation
    7. Cher
  16. Review D
    1. Bob Marley
    2. The Balloon Fiesta
    3. I wish I'd done that
    4. The Night of the Vampires
    5. Words with three or more syllables
    6. Mick Malone's life story
    7. The Word is Not Enough - Average