Inside Out

New American Inside Out Pre-intermediate Practice Online

New American Inside Out Pre-intermediate

ISBN 9780230751347

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£12

This course accompanies 'New American Inside Out Pre-intermediate'. It corresponds to CEFR levels A2/B1. 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 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 Name
    1. Family life
    2. New identity
    3. Farmer Smith's Chickens
    4. Simple present vs. simple past
    5. Present progressive
    6. Present perfect
    7. Vowel sounds
    8. Ask some questions ...
  2. 2 Place
    1. Places - town and country
    2. The town where I live
    3. Living in Italy
    4. Modifiers: use of so, such, too, enough, quite
    5. Countable and uncountable nouns
    6. Word stress
    7. Determiners - quantifiers: little/a little, few/a few
    8. Where is it?
    9. Quantity words
  3. 3 Love
    1. Rock star crazy
    2. Where did you go?
    3. Vowel sounds
    4. What was happening?
    5. Hard at Work
    6. Simple past vs. past progressive
    7. Adjectives and adverbs
    8. Adjectives
  4. Review A
    1. The taxi driver
    2. A Titanic romance
    3. Skater Waiter
    4. A funny thing happened
    5. Talents
    6. Word stress
    7. Talking about families
    8. Quantity
  5. 4 Shopping
    1. The Paintball Fight
    2. Consonant sounds
    3. Adverbs of frequency: word order
    4. Verbs followed by two objects: word order
    5. Verb followed by two objects: pronoun use
    6. Fashion
    7. Simple present and present progressive
    8. Shopping
    9. My favorite clothes
    10. Fitness freaks
  6. 5 In Shape
    1. Wh- words: how + adverbs/adjectives
    2. Free time
    3. Who is the fittest?
    4. Rutland soccer stadium
    5. Exercising
    6. I do aerobics
    7. Phrasal verbs with down
    8. Phrasal verbs: word order 1
  7. 6 Job
    1. Uses of have: obligation
    2. A great explorer!
    3. Present perfect
    4. The worst job
    5. Irregular past forms
    6. My job
    7. Work survey
  8. Review B
    1. Describing the weather
    2. Talking about your job
    3. Ask the pilot
    4. Robot Wars
    5. Complaining
    6. Word stress
    7. Pen pals
    8. The Jack Johnson Show
    9. Department Stores
  9. 7 Eco
    1. Good for the environment
    2. Wh- questions: subject
    3. Wh- questions: object
    4. Stative verbs
    5. The environment
    6. Can I leave a message?
    7. Alison's trip to Australia
    8. Round-the-world trip
  10. 8 Education
    1. Albert Einstein's education
    2. School days of a rock star
    3. Going out!
    4. Modals of advice
    5. Modals of obligation and necessity
    6. Obligation and advice
    7. Points of view
    8. Generation gap
    9. Modals of obligation
  11. 9 Smile
    1. Describing people
    2. Infinitive vs. -ing form
    3. On business in Bermuda
    4. I've lived here for three years
    5. Present perfect progressive: use
    6. Present perfect progressive
    7. -ing forms and infinitives
    8. Parts of the body
    9. Present perfect: simple and progressive
  12. Review C
    1. Stative verbs
    2. The Big Squeeze
    3. Modals of advice
    4. Modals of obligation
    5. Timeways travel
    6. Present perfect: simple and progressive
    7. Going places
    8. Exploring Easter Island
    9. Waste products and recycling
  13. 10 Lifestyle
    1. Spa promises
    2. First/Real conditional: affirmative
    3. Mr. Fletcher's Grocery Store
    4. Vowel sounds
    5. Cooking
    6. A radio interview
    7. Used to
    8. The parts of a car
    9. If you walk under a ladder ...
  14. 11 Animals
    1. Memory
    2. Prepositions after adjectives
    3. Relative clauses: structure 1
    4. Relative clauses: structure 2
    5. Swimming with a whale
    6. Second/Unreal conditional: use
    7. Second/Unreal conditional
    8. Requests
  15. 12 Incredible
    1. A horror story
    2. Simple past vs. past perfect
    3. The weather where you are
    4. Take a vacation
    5. The passive: simple present
    6. Picasso painting stolen
    7. Learning English
    8. Possibility: could, may, might
  16. Review D
    1. A kidnapping plan
    2. Habits
    3. Reggae and Bob Marley
    4. What happened then?
    5. A memorable journey
    6. A future quiz
    7. The Balloon Fiesta
    8. Helping the environment
    9. The story of jeans
    10. Astro Explorer - Average