Inside Out

New Inside Out Intermediate Practice Online

New Inside Out Intermediate

ISBN 9780230750852

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This course accompanies 'New Inside Out Intermediate'. It corresponds to CEFR level B1 and Cambridge ESOL PET. There are 16 syllabus items, matching the student's book units and review sections. Within each syllabus item, resources are grouped into six categories - Listening, Reading, Grammar, Vocabulary, Pronunciation and Useful Phrases.

Why choose this course?

It will help you...

  • develop listening, speaking and pronunciation skills for real-life situations 
  • build on vocabulary and grammar for everyday use 
  • review your own progress and gain independence

Key features

  • divided into fifteen units to correspond with the student's book
  • 132 interactive resources to suit a variety of learning methods 
  • review sections to reinforce the skills learnt in the 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. Interview with a bungee jumper
    2. A trip abroad
    3. Present perfect simple
    4. Past simple v past continuous
    5. Swimming with a whale
    6. What's your favourite sport?
    7. I do aerobics
    8. Ask the pilot
    9. Superlatives
    10. Comparative adjectives: (not) as ... as; less ... than
    11. Personal problem helpline
  3. 3 Relationships
    1. Talking about families
    2. Stative verbs
    3. Present continuous v present simple
    4. Popstar crazy
    5. Present perfect simple v continuous
    6. Present perfect simple and continuous
    7. Describing people
    8. Identifying stress in three-syllable words
  4. Review A
    1. Street Cats
    2. Market research
    3. Mixed tenses
    4. Past simple and past continuous
    5. A funny thing happened
    6. Stative verbs
    7. Choosing the right job
    8. Syllable stress
    9. A postcard home
  5. 4 Party
    1. Julie's bossy parents
    2. Meaning of phrasal verbs
    3. Get, do and make
    4. Future tenses: will/won't v going to v present continuous
    5. What are your plans?
    6. Will v going to
    7. Let's go to the cinema
    8. Party time
    9. Indefinite pronouns: use
    10. An invitation
  6. 5 Edible
    1. Chocolate
    2. Countable and uncountable nouns
    3. Some, any, no, a/an
    4. Quantity words
    5. The Paintball Fight
    6. Word stress
    7. Would v used to: past habits v past states
    8. Used to
    9. Eating out
    10. 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. Can't, and must
    7. Obligation and advice
    8. Office politics
    9. Letter of application
  8. Review B
    1. Subject pronouns: pronoun reference
    2. Object pronouns: pronoun reference
    3. Will v going to
    4. Would you like anything to eat?
    5. Habits
    6. Would: repeated actions in the past
    7. Prepositions of time
    8. Permission, obligation and recommendation
    9. Syllable stress
    10. 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 v active
    5. The passive: omission of agent
    6. Mixed passives
    7. Passive forms
    8. Passive
    9. News items on the radio
  10. 8 Journey
    1. A memorable journey
    2. Prague v London
    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. Holiday problems
    10. How do I get there?
  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 film 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 v active
    3. Talking about history
    4. A lost wallet
    5. Visit to a shipwreck
    6. The spy granny
    7. Quiz show
    8. Adjectives ending with -ed and -ing
    9. 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 conditional: use
    5. If you walk under a ladder ...
    6. What could you do?
    7. Embedded questions: use
    8. Hotel requests
    9. Going out!
    10. Describing objects
  14. 11 Age
    1. Adverbs of manner: word order
    2. Second conditional: use
    3. Second conditional
    4. I wish ...
    5. An ageing film star looks back
    6. Third 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 perfect birthday present
    5. The Big Jump
    6. Uses of have: have something done
    7. Take a holiday
    8. Cher
    9. The Field Show
  16. Review D
    1. Bob Marley
    2. The Balloon Fiesta
    3. Write me an email
    4. I wish I'd done that
    5. School mornings
    6. The Night of the Vampires
    7. Words with three or more syllables
    8. Mick Malone's life story
    9. The Word is Not Enough - Average