Inspiration

American Inspiration 3 Practice Online

American Inspiration 3

ISBN 9780230751132

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This course accompanies 'American Inspiration 3'. It corresponds to CEFR levels A2 and B1 . 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. Teen life
    1. Life in the big city
    2. Simple present vs. simple past
    3. Simple past and past progressive
    4. Today I'm saving the world!
    5. Simple present with future meaning: definite events
    6. Simple present: use
    7. Adverbs of frequency: word order
    8. Adverbs of time: duration and span
    9. Phrasal verbs with get
    10. Music
    11. Noisy neighbors
    12. A singer's story
    13. Consonant sounds
    14. Same sound, different spelling
    15. Family life
    16. British teenagers' favourite sports
    17. Tips for effective language learning
  2. Arts
    1. The environment
    2. Verbs and prepositions
    3. Verbs followed by infinitive without to: other verbs
    4. Verb + object + verb: object + infinitive without to
    5. Verb + object + verb: object + infinitive
    6. The passive: simple present
    7. Adjectives from nouns
    8. How toothpaste is manufactured
    9. A Titanic romance
    10. Fear of flying
    11. Sentence stress
    12. Word linking
    13. A visit to the school library
    14. The Jack Johnson Show
  3. Progress Check Units 1 and 2
    1. Robert's sports schedule
    2. A funny thing happened
    3. Where did you go?
    4. Helping the environment
    5. Verb prefixes (mis-, dis-, un-)
    6. Word-building
    7. Verb prefixes (mis-, dis-, un-)
    8. Word building
    9. Molly in Trouble
    10. Pre-intermediate Test 01
  4. Opinions
    1. Modal verbs
    2. Modal verbs
    3. Certainty and possibility
    4. Modals of advice
    5. Verbs followed by the infinitive without to: modals
    6. Reflexive pronouns: use
    7. Adjective prefixes (un-, im-, in-, ir-)
    8. Phrasal verbs with down
    9. Underwater discovery
    10. Obligation and advice
    11. Vowel sounds
    12. Syllable stress
    13. MLA010469
    14. Generation gap
    15. Exam stress
  5. Mind over matter
    1. What are your plans?
    2. Sally's appointment book
    3. Can + verbs of perception
    4. Future tenses: will/won't vs. going to vs. present progressive
    5. Brown University, USA
    6. Nouns and verbs
    7. English: a global language
    8. Same spelling, different sound
    9. Cheer or chair
    10. A bad year to travel
    11. Second/Unreal conditional: affirmative
    12. Second/Unreal conditional: use
    13. Second/Unreal conditional: negative
    14. Second/Unreal conditional: interrogative
    15. Rhythm and stress in second/unreal conditional questions
  6. Progress Check Units 3 and 4
    1. Will vs. going to
    2. A legend
    3. Meetings and greetings
    4. Reflexive pronouns: vs. possessive adjectives + parts of the body
    5. Online shopping
    6. He's not very safe
    7. Nouns from verbs
    8. Second/Unreal conditional
    9. Molly in the Building on Fire
    10. Pre-intermediate Test 10
  7. Challenges
    1. I've lived here for three years
    2. Present perfect
    3. Correct forms of the simple past and present perfect
    4. For, since and ago
    5. Present perfect: been vs. gone
    6. Prepositions of time: for vs. since
    7. Phrasal verbs with go and get
    8. My colleagues
    9. Vowel sounds
    10. Word stress
    11. Windsurfing
    12. What do Mike and Emma have in common?
    13. What have Mike and Emma got in common?
    14. Vacation paradise
    15. Sports
    16. Take a vacation
  8. That's clever!
    1. Past perfect: use
    2. Past perfect: affirmative
    3. A horror story
    4. Used to: verb, adjective
    5. Used to
    6. The passive: simple past
    7. The story of jeans
    8. Picasso painting stolen
    9. Useful things
    10. What's the word?
    11. Simple past vs. past perfect
    12. Shapes and materials
    13. What happened then?
    14. Minimal pairs contrasting vowels
    15. Syllable stress
    16. Strange inventions
    17. Simple past vs. past perfect
    18. Waste products and recycling
    19. Simple past vs. present perfect
  9. Progress Check Units 5 and 6
    1. Have you ever been in love?
    2. Present perfect with adverbs of time
    3. Simple past vs. past perfect
    4. A horror story
    5. Make vs. do: M-W
    6. Make vs. do: A-L
    7. Passive vs. active
    8. Simple past active and passive
    9. Materials for recycling
    10. A great time
    11. Verbs and nouns
    12. Pre-intermediate Test 02
    13. The Magic Forest
  10. Communication
    1. What did they say?
    2. What did you say?
    3. Direct and reported speech
    4. Reported statements
    5. Reported speech: changes
    6. Reported speech: tense changes
    7. Reporting verbs: use
    8. Say vs. tell: differences and uses
    9. Here is the news...
    10. I swam across an ocean
    11. Astronaut
    12. Word linking in connected speech
    13. Learning English
  11. Natural world
    1. The weather forecast
    2. Consonant sounds
    3. Encounter with a hippo
    4. Swimming with a whale
    5. Third/Unreal conditional: use
    6. Third/Unreal conditional: affirmative
    7. Third/Unreal conditional: negative
    8. Second and third conditional
    9. Uses of have: have something done
    10. Conditionals
    11. Conditional sentences
    12. Greenhouse gas emissions
    13. Gibraltar
  12. Progress Check Units 7 and 8
    1. Reported speech
    2. Pre-intermediate Test 03
    3. Connecting words
    4. Noun suffixes
    5. From a verb to a noun
    6. Reported statements
    7. If only you had a job!
    8. Memory
    9. Pre-intermediate Test 04