Inspiration

American Inspiration 2 Practice Online

American Inspiration 2

ISBN 9780230751125

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This course accompanies 'American Inspiration 2'. It corresponds to CEFR level A2 . There are eight Units and four 'Progress Check' items. Resources are grouped into six categories - 'Grammar Focus', 'Grammar Reference Unit', 'Vocabulary', 'Language Focus', 'Pronunciation' and 'Listening'.

Why choose this course?

It will help you...

  • develop vocabulary and grammar 
  • improve listening and pronunciation skills
  • test your language skills 
  • review your learning progress

Key features

  • organized into eight units, each matching a unit in the student's book
  • includes over 150 interactive resources covering grammar, vocabulary, listening and pronunciation
  • four progress checks allow students to review the language learned in the preceding units 
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Syllabus details

  1. Making friends
    1. Small talk
    2. Simple present and present progressive
    3. What I do on Saturdays
    4. Pronouns and possession
    5. Be: simple present use
    6. Present progressive: spelling
    7. Simple present: spelling
    8. 's: is, has, possession
    9. Work clothes
    10. Who has long hair?
    11. Job descriptions
    12. Today I'm saving the world!
    13. Adverbs
    14. Word stress patterns
    15. Consonant sounds
    16. My favorite clothes
    17. An interview with Pete
  2. Festivals
    1. Comparative and superlative adjectives
    2. Modals of advice
    3. Directions
    4. Ask the pilot
    5. Comparative adjectives: irregular comparatives
    6. Superlative adjectives: irregular superlatives
    7. -ing form: after prepositions
    8. When in Rome ...
    9. Traveling in the USA
    10. Prepositions of place and movement
    11. Consonant sounds
    12. Syllable stress
    13. Likes and dislikes
    14. Going places
  3. Progress Check Units 1 and 2
    1. Simple present and present progressive
    2. Elementary Test 10
    3. Possessive 's
    4. Modals of advice
    5. Where do you go to ...?
    6. What does it mean?
    7. What are these places?
    8. Robot Wars
  4. Past times
    1. Simple past
    2. Simple past
    3. Simple past
    4. Simple past vs. past progressive
    5. Simple past irregular verbs: A-D
    6. Simple past irregular verbs: E-K
    7. Simple past irregular verbs: L-R
    8. Simple past irregular verbs: S-Z
    9. What's the definition for ... ?
    10. Job descriptions
    11. My day yesterday
    12. A funny thing happened
    13. Stress patterns
    14. Syllable stress
    15. Strange inventions
  5. Soaps
    1. Adverbs of manner: word order
    2. Future with will/won't: affirmative
    3. Future with will/won't: negative
    4. Future with will/won't: interrogative
    5. Zero conditional: affirmative
    6. Zero conditional: negative
    7. A school trip
    8. A future quiz
    9. Peter telephones Sally
    10. Adjectives and adverbs
    11. Television programs
    12. Long and short vowels
    13. Rhyming words
    14. What do Mike and Emma have in common?
    15. A kidnapping plan
    16. What's on the tube?
    17. Elementary Test 01
  6. Progress Check Units 3 and 4
    1. Simple past
    2. What was everyone doing?
    3. What was happening?
    4. Where did you go?
    5. If you eat too much ...
    6. Here is the news...
    7. Job types
    8. Hard at Work
    9. Elementary Test 09
  7. Out and about
    1. Round-the-world trip
    2. A vacation in Rio
    3. Much, many
    4. Countable and uncountable nouns
    5. Uncountable nouns: other
    6. Verbs followed by two objects: word order
    7. Future tenses: will/won't vs. going to vs. present progressive
    8. Eating out
    9. How do I get there?
    10. What are they asking for?
    11. Pronouncing sounds
    12. Vowel sounds
    13. In the sports store
    14. What's on the menu?
    15. Restaurants and eating out
  8. City life
    1. A busy kitchen
    2. Present perfect
    3. Present perfect: use
    4. Present perfect: affirmative
    5. Present perfect: interrogative
    6. Present perfect: negative
    7. Animals
    8. Travel language
    9. What happens where?
    10. Have you ever been in love?
    11. My colleagues
    12. Word stress in compound nouns
    13. A tour of Dublin
    14. How do you get to work?
  9. Progress Check Units 5 and 6
    1. Just letting you know
    2. Offers and requests
    3. Timeways travel
    4. Present perfect
    5. Connecting sentences
    6. Quantity words
    7. Leisure time
    8. Directions in a building
    9. Directions in a building
    10. Calling All Cars
    11. Elementary Test 06
  10. Wonderful world
    1. Modals of obligation
    2. The rules of soccer
    3. Adjectives
    4. Adjectives ending in -ed and -ing: use
    5. Obligation/necessity: mustn't, don't have to
    6. Obligation/necessity: must, have to
    7. Describing journeys
    8. My house
    9. Compound nouns
    10. Life changes
    11. Consonant sounds
    12. Sounds
    13. MLA010469
  11. Moving images
    1. Preposition expressions: purpose, intended destination
    2. Infinitives of purpose
    3. The Supplies Shop
    4. What's your job?
    5. Intonation
    6. Find the schwa
    7. Traveling for work
    8. The U.K. National Maritime Museum
    9. The passive: simple present
    10. How are bottles recycled?
    11. Picasso painting stolen
    12. The passive: simple past
    13. First/Real conditional: use
    14. First/Real conditional: affirmative
    15. First/Real conditional: negative
    16. First/Real conditional: interrogative
    17. What if ...?
    18. Useful things
  12. Progress Check Units 7 and 8
    1. Modal verbs
    2. Compound nouns
    3. What if ...?
    4. If you walk under a ladder ...
    5. Elementary Test 23
    6. Elementary Test 25
    7. Why don't you ...?
    8. Travel around the world
    9. Travel around the world
    10. Simple past active and passive
    11. Memory