Inside Out

New American Inside Out Upper Intermediate Practice Online

New American Inside Out Upper Intermediate

ISBN 9780230751521

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This course accompanies 'New American Inside Out Upper Intermediate'. It corresponds to CEFR level B2. 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 - Listening, Reading, Grammar, Vocabulary and Pronunciation.

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 Impressions
    1. Present perfect progressive: use
    2. Inversion: with so, neither and nor
    3. Embedded/Indirect questions: use
    4. Question, reply tags: use
    5. Past tenses
    6. Mixed tenses
    7. Ibiza - paradise lost
    8. Question tags
    9. Questions, questions!
    10. Question tags
    11. The dress code
    12. You are what you wear
    13. Fashion
    14. What kind of people are they?
  2. 2 Generations
    1. Verb + object + verb: object + infinitive without to
    2. Verb + object + verb: object + infinitive
    3. Adjectives followed by prepositions: about, at, by, for
    4. Adjectives followed by prepositions: in, of, to, with
    5. Adjectives ending in -ed and -ing: -ed adjectives followed by prepositions
    6. My musical friend
    7. Family relationships
    8. A society wedding
    9. Personal space
    10. Minimal pairs contrasting vowels
    11. Generation gap
    12. Meeting the parents
    13. Meet the boyfriend
  3. 3 Gold
    1. Reported speech: changes
    2. Reported questions: wh- questions
    3. Reported questions: yes/no questions
    4. Reported speech: tense changes
    5. The spy granny
    6. An interview with Picasso
    7. Second/Unreal conditional: use
    8. Second/Unreal conditional
    9. Third/Unreal conditional: use
    10. Second and third conditional
    11. How much do you earn?
    12. Money
    13. Money, money, money
    14. Find the schwa
    15. Upper Intermediate Test 14
  4. Review A
    1. Upper Intermediate Test 04
    2. The Martians are not coming
    3. A Titanic romance
    4. Question tags
    5. Upper Intermediate Test 02
    6. What did you say?
    7. In the Restaurant
    8. The Balloon Fiesta
    9. Phrasal verbs with take
    10. Terraformer - Average
    11. Word stress
    12. FCE Paper 4 Part 3
  5. 4 Challenge
    1. Narrative tenses contrasted
    2. Future perfect: use
    3. Future progressive: use
    4. Will vs. future progressive vs. future perfect
    5. Future tense contrasts
    6. Feeling off-color
    7. Health and safety
    8. A great explorer!
    9. Phrasal verbs with take
  6. 5 Ritual
    1. Would vs. used to: past habits vs. past states
    2. Would: repeated actions in the past
    3. Used to
    4. -ing forms and infinitives
    5. -ing forms and infinitives
    6. Upper Intermediate Test 01
    7. Women's dating rules
    8. A night at the Oscars!
    9. Salvador Dali
    10. Gobbling Goblins
    11. Are they angry?
    12. Celebrations
    13. Rituals
    14. Trouble and strife
    15. Ghost story
    16. Annoying habits
  7. 6 Eat
    1. Simple present perfect vs. present perfect progressive
    2. Simple present vs. present progressive vs. present perfect
    3. Linkers
    4. Food in the Harbor City
    5. Parts of the body
    6. Cooking
    7. Eating and drinking
    8. Eating out
    9. Numbers and prices
    10. Contractions
    11. How toothpaste is manufactured
    12. International food
    13. What food is good for you?
    14. Restaurants and eating out
  8. Review B
    1. Future tenses
    2. Future tenses
    3. The rain will have stopped by then
    4. Present, past or future?
    5. Used to vs. simple past
    6. Buying goods and equipment
    7. Passive
    8. Visit to a restaurant
    9. Parts of the body
    10. Feeling sick
    11. Sentence stress
    12. What's cooking?
    13. What's on the menu?
    14. Eating green
  9. 7 Escape
    1. Say vs. tell: differences and uses
    2. Reporting verbs: use
    3. Reporting verbs: list
    4. Ability: could, be able to
    5. Obligation/necessity: need, must, mustn't, have to, don't have to, didn't need to.
    6. Articles: contrast of all forms
    7. Marketing strategies
    8. Nouns from adjectives
    9. Vacation paradise
    10. A trip overseas
    11. Word stress
    12. Vacations
  10. 8 Attraction
    1. Uses of have: have something done
    2. The passive: impersonal statements
    3. Cher
    4. Unreal tenses: wish, if only, would rather, it's time, hope
    5. Unreal tenses
    6. A strange creature
    7. My grandfather
    8. Compound adjectives
    9. Could Shakespeare write?
    10. Changing stress in nouns and adjectives
    11. Describing people
    12. Meeting a celebrity
  11. 9 Genius
    1. Certainty and possibility
    2. Progress report
    3. Music
    4. What kind of paintings are they?
    5. Ancient art
    6. Word building
    7. Word stress patterns
    8. Word stress
    9. Strange inventions
    10. Inventions
    11. Mysteries: the Nazca Lines
    12. Exploring Easter Island
  12. Review C
    1. Would: suggestions/advice
    2. Advice/opinion: should, ought to
    3. Certainty/deduction: must, can't
    4. Reporting verbs
    5. Upper Intermediate Test 11
    6. Advanced Test 01
    7. Underwater discovery
    8. Intermediate Test 10
    9. A great time
    10. Intonation
    11. Plastic surgery
    12. Impressionism
  13. 10 Sell
    1. Object pronoun omission in relative clauses
    2. Defining vs. non-defining relative clauses: comparison
    3. Defining vs. non-defining relative clauses: use of that
    4. Relative pronouns: use
    5. Comments on the movies
    6. Business news extracts
    7. Advertising and marketing methods
    8. What does that mean?
    9. A successful exhibition
    10. Developments in advertising and marketing
    11. Speaking with feeling
    12. Presentation about an advertising campaign
  14. 11 Student
    1. Future perfect progressive: use
    2. Simple present with future meaning: definite events
    3. Simple present with future meaning: subordinate clauses
    4. Would: future in the past
    5. Possibility: be likely, be possible
    6. Albert Einstein's education
    7. Brown University, USA
    8. Applying for a job
    9. Acronyms
    10. Short-listed for an interview
    11. Your first interview
    12. Talking about résumés and job interviews
  15. 12 Home
    1. Participles: clauses
    2. Participle clauses
    3. Quantity pronouns: enough, plenty, a lot, a great deal
    4. Quantity
    5. Verbs and prepositions
    6. Prepositions after adjectives
    7. Prepositions following nouns
    8. My house
    9. Business meals
    10. What does your room say about you?
  16. Review D
    1. Will/won't vs. simple present
    2. Simple present with future meaning: other uses
    3. A protest march
    4. Relative clauses
    5. Defining and non-defining relative clauses
    6. A politician's statement
    7. Houses
    8. Selling points
    9. Breakfast all over the world
    10. Advertising
    11. Phoning to arrange a job interview
    12. Interview questions
    13. A job interview